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DIKE TSG Workshop 4 July 2013. EEA regular dataflows : WISE- SoE Reporting on Transitional, Coastal and Marine Waters. Constança Belchior - EEA. Objectives... paving way for Art 19.3 . DIKE TSG Workshop: To reflect on the different elements needed for developing

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dike tsg workshop 4 july 2013
DIKE TSG Workshop4 July 2013

EEA regular dataflows:

WISE-SoEReporting on Transitional, Coastal and Marine Waters

Constança Belchior - EEA

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Objectives...paving way for Art 19.3

DIKE TSG Workshop:

To reflecton the different elements needed for developing

an appropriate data fact sheet, which describes the required information on observations and the data exchange mechanism(s)

This presentation:

To presentthe EEA WISE SoEregular dataflow, the governance around itand its use, as well as reflectionson this process

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EEA regular dataflow: Eionet and the WISE SoE dataflow

The core objective of the EEA is to produce European, pan-European and regional thematic and integrated assessments.

Eionet

Timely, nationally validated, high-quality data & expertise

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EEA regular dataflow: Eionet and the WISE SoE dataflow

With WFD (2008/09), EEA´s Eionet-Water annual dataflow WISE ‘State of the Environment’ (SoE) dataflow

WISE SoE information on the state of water resources in Europe - rivers, lakes, groundwater and transitional, coastal and marine waters – and on water quantity & emissions to water

Datasets used to produce indicators upon which EEA assessment reports are based.

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WISE SoE annual dataflow: reporting process and tools

Reporting Process

Data reporting

(Reportnet)

Data handling

Data Dissemination

Reports

ETC/ ICM

EEA

National

Datasets

Eionet

Countries

EU Dataset

Indicators

Waterbase

Reportnet Tools

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WISE SoE TCM (Transitional, Coastal and Marine Waters) reporting process

Data reporting

(Reportnet)

Data handling

Data Dissemination

Countries Directly

Reports

ETC/ ICM -ICES

EEA

Data reporting

(ICES)

Indicators

Waterbase

RSC

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WISE SoE TCM dataset & EEA TCM indicators

CSI021 - Nutrients in transitional, coastal and marine waters

http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/indicators/nutrients-in-transitional-coastal-and/nutrients-in-transitional-coastal-and-4

CSI023 – Chlorophyll in transitional, coastal and marine waters http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/indicators/chlorophyll-in-transitional-coastal-and/chlorophyll-in-transitional-coastal-and-3

MAR001 – Hazardous substances in marine organisms

http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/indicators/hazardous-substances-in-marine-organisms/hazardous-substances-in-marine-organisms-3

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EEA indicators - definition

Versioned Specifications and Assessments

Specification

version 1

Specification

version 2

2007

2010

2008

2011

2009

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EEA indicators - specification

EEA indicator specification template

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EEA indicators - assessment

EEA indicator assessment template

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Reflections on WISE SoE TCM reporting process and its use

  • Heavy QA and validation by ETC/ICM - harmonised reporting specifications & tools
  • but not enough to cope with diversity in countries (data governance, data
  • availability, mismatch timelines, data definitions…)
  • 2 data reporting pathways – Direct Eionet & RSC: additional complexity
  • and challenge to the QA and validation (duplicates, traceability…)
  • Data request revised every year – QA, policy developments, indicator methodology...
  • Building a representative EU dataset – scaling up from national to EU & making
  • regionally comparable indicator assessments
  • Impact data & indicator quality - time for corrections and improvements
  • (Eionet & EEA) between publication and preparation of next data call
  • getting shorter and shorter