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Multiple Pressures on European Rivers

Multiple Pressures on European Rivers

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The European multi-pressure map represents the number of pressure indicators (hydrological, morphological and nutrient) exceeding the threshold value for good ecological status in each Functional Elementary Catchment (FEC).

Source

University of Ljubljana (Ljubljana, Slovenia)
 
National Technical University Of Athens (Athens, Greece)
 
Leibniz-Institute of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries (Berlin, Germany)
 
Deltares (Delft / Utrecht, Netherlands)
 
University of Duisburg-Essen, Aquatic Ecology Department (Duisburg / Essen, Germany)
 
University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Institute of Hydrobiology and Aquatic Ecosystem Management (Vienna, Austria)
 
 

see also:

Globevnik L., Birk S., Koprivšek M., Mahnkopf J., Panagopoulos Y., Pucher M., Schinegger R., Sanchez M.F., Snoj L., Stefanidis K., Venohr M., 2017. Deliverable 5.1 - Five reports on stressor classification and effects at the European Scale: EU-wide multi-stressors classification and large scale causal analysis; D5.1-1 Part 2: Analysis of pressure - response relations: classification of multiple pressures on broad river types. (link)

with support provided by: EU 7th Framework Programme MARS project

EU FP7     MARS project

authors

Lidija Globevnik , Maja Koprivšek & Luka Snoj

contact

Lidija Globevnik
University of Ljubljana
Faculty of Civil and Geodetic Engineering
Jamova 2
SI-1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia

Related Publications

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  • European Environment Agency. 2012. European catchments and Rivers network system (Ecrins). Version 1, Jun. 2012 (http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/european-catchments-and-rivers-network#tab-metadata)
  • ETC/ICM, 2015. European Freshwater Ecosystem Assessment: Cross-walk between the Water Framework Directive and Habitats Directive types, status and pressures. ETC/ICM Technical Report 2/2015. Magdeburg: European Topic Centre on inland, coastal and marine waters, 95 pp. plus Annexes.
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  • Venohr, M., Hirt, U., Hofmann, J., Opitz, D., Gericke, A., Wetzig, A., Natho, S., Neumann, F.,
    Hürdler, J., Matranga, M., Mahnkopf, J., Gadegast, M., & Behrendt, H. 2011. Modelling of Nutrient Emissions in River Systems – MONERIS – Methods and Background. Int. Rev. Hydrobiol. 96: 435 – 483.
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base layer references

  • ECRINS database (European catchments and Rivers network system. Version 1, Jun. 2012).

Related Metadata

Metadata for this dataset can be viewed in the Freshwater Metadatabase:

MARS spatial database

Metadata for this dataset is published in the Freshwater Metadata Journal:

Metadata to the MARS spatial database

acknowledgements

This work was supported by the MARS project (Managing Aquatic ecosystems and water Resources under multiple Stress), funded by the European Union under the 7th Framework Programme, contract no. 603378.

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