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TG DIKE, 4 July 2013

EMODNet Chemistry support to MSFD data reporting

Examples from IT and Black Sea

Giordano Giorgi (ISPRA)

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  • Indicators used by MS IT for contaminants D8
  • 8.1.1 - Concentration of the contaminants mentioned above, measured in the relevant matrix (such as biota, sediment and water) in a way that ensures comparability with the assessments under Directive 2000/60/EC
  • 8.2.1 - Levels of pollution effects on the ecosystem components concerned, having regard to the selected biological processes and taxonomic groups where a cause/effect relationship has been established and needs to be monitored
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  • 8.1.1 - Concentration of the contaminants
  • Single sample: GES is reached when for all priority substances EQS – Environmental Quality Standards are respected
    • Index that calculates for each substance the difference between concentration value and EQS, sum and weigh in a proper way all the differences
  • Assessment area: assuming a proper cover by monitoring stations of the assessment area, GES is reached when at least 70 % of samples collected in the assessment area is at GES.
  • Subregion: GES is reached when all assessment areas belonging to the subregion are at GES
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  • 8.2.1 - Levels of pollution effects on the ecosystem components
  • Single sample: GES is reached when for all priority substances variations for bioaccumulation and biomarkers are not meaningful
    • All control organisms comes from assessment areas that are in GES for 8.1.1
  • Assessment area: assuming a proper cover by monitoring stations of the assessment area, GES is reached when at least 50% of samples collected in the assessment area is at GES.
  • Subregion: GES is reached when all assessment areas belonging to the subregion are at GES
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  • EMODnet and Indicators 8.1.1 & 8.2.1
  • Single sample concentrations values and monitoring stations are represented with CDI metadata
  • GES compliance can be calculated from EMODnet once algorithm for indicators is agreed
  • Assessment areas and subregions will be part of EMODnet platform
  • EMODNet Chemistry will provide the following products to be used by the authorities in charge of the assessment:
  • Diva interpolated maps
  • Time series plots
  • Coastal visualisations, including GIS representations of assessments.
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  • Black Sea and EMODnet for D5
  • All Black Sea states are EMODNET Chemistry partners
  • Data collection: National Black sea states monitoring programme(s)/sub-Regional Monitoring Programme(s): Black Sea Integrated Monitoring Programme(BSIMAP), Bucharest Convention, Research projects
  • Data assembly: Data are assembled in the Black Sea Information System (BSIS). The Regional Pollution Database is managed by Regional Activity Center on Pollution Monitoring and Assessment (RAC PMA)
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  • Black Sea and EMODnet for D5
  • Indicators:
  • RO/BG in charge for establish the indicators for their marine waters
  • Black Sea indicators oversight by respective Advisory Groups (e.g. PMA AG).
  • Some Black Sea indicators overlap with MSFD indicators
  • Developed methodologies for:
  • Chl-a (summer)
  • benthic invertebrates (M-AMBI)
  • Nutrients concentration in the water column
  • Nutrients ratio
  • Direct effects
  • Secchi depth, Chl_a (summer)
  • Indirect effects
  • Oxygen
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  • Black Sea and EMODnet for D5
  • Methodology to be developed:
  • Phytoplankton (Shift of the floristic composition – ratio variation of the main taxonomic groups)
  • Phytobentos
  • Coastal hypoxia
  • Assessment
  • Black Sea SoE 2001-2006/7
  • BS annual reports for each PMA AG and LBSA (land Based Sources and Activities)
  • BEAST tool to be developed in the framework of Baltic2Black project
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