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KOSOVO 3rd meeting of the water monitoring working group. Paul Haener International Office for Water [email protected] Table of content. Remind of previous actions Progress on hydrological database / link with wiski application (HMIK) Database structure proposal for water quality data

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table of content
Table of content
  • Remind of previous actions
  • Progress on hydrological database / link with wiski application (HMIK)
  • Database structure proposal for water quality data
  • Proposal for hydrological codification
  • Next steps
previous actions
Previous actions
  • Validating codification rules
    • Monitoring network
    • Monitoring station
    • Parameters
  • Completing datasets monitoring station
  • Importing hydrological data necessary for Wiski tests
expected steps after last meeting
Expected steps after last meeting
  • Contacts to get to an inter-institutional agreement on codification principles of network, stations, parameters (Fidaim)
  • Complete XY for manual precipitation stations (Elfete)
  • Validation of monitoring, stations and parameter characteristics
    • XLS files to be commented and returned to Agron (all)
    • Actualisation of data (Agron)
  • Hydro data
    • Link with Wiski
  • Quality data
    • XY Health Institute stations (Agron)
    • Data structuring (PH/Agron)
slide7

Kosovo QTT monitoring data structure

RBD

Sub-unit

Monitoring network

Institution

Water segments

Water bodies

Stations

Parameter

QTT data

Typology

management of codes
Management of codes

MS will be responsible to

  • Manage their hydrological codes and non hydrological identifiers
  • To keep them consistent and unique
unique european codes
Unique European codes

Following the last CIS recommendations:

„Unique European codes will be applied to

  • Non-hydrological reference features
    • River basin districts, Sub-units, Water bodies, monitoring stations, discharge points, point sources, …
  • Hydrological reference features
    • River(sub)basins
    • (Main)Rivers
    • River Segments (reaching from confluence to confluence)
    • Lakes“
elements of the hydrological code 4
Elements of the hydrological code (4)
  • Can be stored in seperate files in the database – elements can be used flexible
  • Data exchange – elements can be concatenated
  • The format of the code will be as follows: HSIICCCCCPPPPPPPPPPPPEELL
slide17
Thank you

for your attention

Paul Haener

International Office for Water

[email protected]

main structure of the codes
Main structure of the codes
  • Unique non-hydrological identifier are provided by the following format(see CIS Guidance doc. No. 9)

MS#1#2…#22 where

MS = a 2 character Member State identifier, in accordance with ISO 3166-1-Alpha-2 country codes, and

#1#2…#22 = an up to 22 character feature code that is unique within the Member State.

  • Entity types can be used to identify the types of features
  • Non-hydrological reference features should carry the code of the hydrological feature to which they are related as a foreign key
definition of terms
Definition of terms

Reference features

are geographic features reported by Member States to WISE. They can be hydrological features or non hydrological features.

(a) hydrological reference features

are hydrological features used at European level in WISE as reference for thematic geographic data. Hydrological reference features carry a hydrological feature code (e.g. river basins, rivers, lakes)

(b) non-hydrological reference features

Non-hydrological reference features carry unique identifiers (e.g. water bodies, monitoring stations)

proposal for coding monitoring features remind
Proposal for coding monitoring features (remind)
  • Network code
    • KSMON_AAABB
      • KS: code of the member state
      • MON : identification of Monit Network
      • AAA: Topic : HYD, MET, QLT, GWP, GWQ
      • BB: indicial number
  • Station code
    • KSMOS_AAABBBBB
      • KS: code of the member state
      • MOS : identification of Monit Network
      • AA: Topic : MP (meteo/Prcipitation), SW (Surface water), GW (Ground water)
      • BBBB: indicial number
general recommendations for coding
General recommendations for coding
  • Code must be stable in time => avoid none useful significant elements inside the code
  • In relation with characters: Special advice given is that
    • Alphabetical characters should always be in upper case, as systems will be case sensitive.
    • Special characters must be avoided, such as ‘$’, ‘!’, ‘&’, ‘ë’, ‘á’, etc.
    • Digits should be used where practical to help avoid the above problems.
elements of the hydrological code
Elements of the hydrological code
  • Hydrological System and Sea region code
  • Island Code
  • Pfafstetter commencement code
  • River segments and elementary catchment Pfafstetter code
  • Entity type code
  • Lake identifier
elements of the hydrological code 2
Elements of the hydrological code (2)
  • Island coding (proposal available – see Appendix 8)
  • Pfafstetter commencement code (available with CCM2: http://agrienv.jrc.it/activities/catchments/)
  • River segments and elementary catchment Pfafstetter code (available with CM2)

 see presentation Alfred de Jager

elements of the hydrological code 3
Elements of the hydrological code (3)
  • Entity types
    • An entity type can be used to identify the type of a feature (see slide 6 – non-hydrological identifiers)
  • Lake identifier
    • Required for lakes that are not coneccted to a river network
    • Has to be managed within an international river basin on European or international level
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