Lake and TRaC Atmospheric Pressures

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Significant pressures have been identified for waterbodies that are At Risk of not meeting their water quality objectives under the Water Framework Directive. While there are a multitude of pressures in every waterbody, the significant pressures are those pressures which need to be addressed in order to improve water quality. Many of our waterbodies have multiple significant pressures. A robust scientific assessment process has been carried out to determine which pressures are the significant pressures. This has incorporated over 140 datasets, a suite of modelling tools, and local knowledge from field and enforcement staff from the Local Authorities, Inland Fisheries Ireland and EPA. Atmospheric deposition of nutrients is the process whereby nutrients from natural or anthropogenic sources move from the atmosphere to the earth's surface.

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Title Lake and TRaC Atmospheric Pressures
Description

Significant pressures have been identified for waterbodies that are At Risk of not meeting their water quality objectives under the Water Framework Directive. While there are a multitude of pressures in every waterbody, the significant pressures are those pressures which need to be addressed in order to improve water quality. Many of our waterbodies have multiple significant pressures. A robust scientific assessment process has been carried out to determine which pressures are the significant pressures. This has incorporated over 140 datasets, a suite of modelling tools, and local knowledge from field and enforcement staff from the Local Authorities, Inland Fisheries Ireland and EPA. Atmospheric deposition of nutrients is the process whereby nutrients from natural or anthropogenic sources move from the atmosphere to the earth's surface.

Contact Point name: Water Framework Directive
email: gis@edenireland.ie
phone: +353-53-9160600
Keywords anthropogenic factor, atmospheric, atmospheric pollution, catchment, characterisation, coast, coastal waterbodies, critical source area, diffuse, environment, environmental impacts, environmental policy, environmental pressures, environmental risk, hydrography, ie, impact, lake, lake waterbodies, man-made, natural, nitrate, nutrient, phosphate, point source, pollutant impact potential (pip), pollutant pathway, pollution, pressure, receptor, risk, sediment, source, subcatchment, surface water, trac, transitional waterbodies, transitional waters, water framework directive, wfd
Theme Environment
Publisher Environmental Protection Agency
Issue Date 20 Nov 2017
Conforms To The INSPIRE Directive or INSPIRE lays down a general framework for a Spatial Data Infrastructure (SDI) for the purposes of European Community environmental policies and policies or activities which may have an impact on the environment.
Last Modification Date 03 Nov 2017
Publication Frequency as needed
Language eng
Landing Page http://gis.epa.ie/geoserver/wfd/wms?service=WMS&version=1.1.0&request=GetMap&layers=wfd:WFD_LTCWB_Pressures_Atmospheric&styles=&bbox=193199.9999364568,205800.00000537932,318040.0000527231,398380.00005673245&width=497&height=768&srs=EPSG:29902&format=image%2Fpng
Geographic Coverage North: 55.37999, South: 51.44555, East: -6.01306, West: -10.47472
Vertical Extent Domain name: EPSG Projection 5731 - Malin Head height, Min value: 0, Max value: 1014
Lineage This is a GIS dataset bringing together the outcomes of extensive scientific assessments with internal and external stakeholders.
Temporal Extent From: 2014-01-01 00:00, To: 2015-01-01 00:00
Spatial Reference System http://www.opengis.net/def/crs/EPSG/0/29902
Spatial Resolution 50000