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Chemical status of groundwater bodies

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The graphs illustrate the chemical status of groundwater, Percentage of groundwater bodies in poor and good status, by area.

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Groundwater bodies in unknown status are not accounted for in the red and green bars that represent the percentage for poor and good status respectively. The reported total area covered by groundwater bodies/the area in poor status/the area in unknown status (in 1 000 km2) per Member State is shown in parentheses. Denmark and Slovenia did not report the area of groundwater bodies, whilst 164 of 385 (43 %) Danish groundwater bodies were reported as holding poor chemical status, and 4 of 21 (19 %) Slovenian groundwater bodies were reported as holding poor chemical status

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