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  • Status of the authorization demands.

  • This layer contains the inspections and controls carried out by the SICOPOL service of the Water Management Administration.

  • River protection against the impact of adjacent land use (agricultural runoff such as nutrients and pesticides, fine sediments, cattle trampling, erosion, etc.) through the establishment of fenced riparian buffer stripes, free from any use, where a typical riparian vegetation will grow and provide shade for the river.

  • The ecological status of the natural surface water bodies is assessed in 5 classes going from 1 to 5 (high, good, moderate, poor, bad). The classification of the ecological status is based on the biological quality elements, physico-chemical quality elements and in some cases also the hydromorphological quality elements.

  • This layer contains the distances to hydrological monitoring stations for which authorisations must first be clarified with the Service Hydrologie (red) or for which the latter must at least be informed (orange and yellow).

  • Surface water quality monitoring network for the period 2021-2026 regarding the water framework directive (2000/60/CE). The results of this monitoring will be used for assessing the surface water body status in relation to the 4th river basin managament plan. The stations for the global physico-chemical status are the same as those used for the chemical status but not necessarily the same as those used for the biological status.

  • Monitoring stations for groundwater quality and quantity of the 4th cycle (2021-2026) regarding the water framework directive (2000/60/CE).

  • Monitoring stations for groundwater quality and quantity of the 3rd cycle (2015-2020) regarding the water framework directive (2000/60/CE).

  • Evaluation of the quality element "morphological conditions" per surface water body

  • Phytoplancon is one of the 4 biological quality elements (BQE) used for the assessment of the ecological status of the surface water bodies. The assessment is made in 5 classes : high (blue) - good (green) - moderate (yellow) - poor (orange) - bad (red). The evaluation of this BQE is only relevant for the large rivers where the quantity of phytoplancton is significant and can be evaluated. Therefore phytoplancton is assessed in natural water bodies of type VI an in heavy modified waterbodies (HMWB) presenting a lake character, as the HMWB Sûre (WB III-2.2.1) and the HMWB Our (WB V-1.2). The frequency for phytoplancton monitoring is annually with 6 samples between April and October.