|Title||Marine Data (ME-1)|
Data on transitional, coastal and marine waters are collected annually through the WISE-SoE data collection process. WISE SoE was previously known as EUROWATERNET (EWN) and EIONET-Water.
The data requested on transitional, coastal and marine waters include the physical characteristics of the transitional, coastal and marine water monitoring and flux stations, proxy pressures on the upstream catchment, basin and River Basin District associated with transitional and coastal waters, chemical quality data on nutrients in seawater and hazardous substances in biota, sediment and seawater, as well as data on direct discharges and riverine input loads.
This reporting obligation is an EIONET Priority Data flow
Reporting under this obligation is used for EEA Core set of indicators
|Legislative instrument title||EEA AMP|
|Reporting dates and guidelines|
|National reporting coordinators||
National Focal Points (eionet-nfp)
|National reporting contacts||
-- will be deleted Oct 2014 -- EIONET PCPs and NRCs for Marine and Coastal Environment (eionet-nrc-marinecoastal)
|Next report due||31/10/2015|
|Report to||European Environment Agency|
|Other clients using this reporting|
|Reporting guidelines||Guidelines and templates available through the Reportnet Data Dictionary [Valid since 13/06/2014]|
A formal request is sent to NFPs and NRCs every year with reference to templates to use and guidelines. The guidelines are being updated every year. Letter on WISE SoE data request 2014 is available at http://icm.eionet.europa.eu/announcements/wise_soe...
The general content of reporting as agreed by Water Directors is described in the guidance document “Reporting required for assessing the state of, and trends in, the water environment at the European level”, which includes reporting sheets for several EEA SoE data flows, available at http://forum.eionet.europa.eu/nrc-eionet-freshwate...
|Data used for||Waterbase - Transitional, coastal and marine waters|
|Type of information reported||Data, State of the environment|