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    These Catchment Projects are areas where there are already projects ongoing at catchment scale, or where funding or plans are in place, which will have benefits for water quality protection/restoration during WFD Cycle 3. They include community initiatives (like Rivers...
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    This dataset was developed for the River Basin Management Plan for Ireland 2018 – 2021 (second cycle River Basin Management Plan). The Areas for Action are areas where action will be carried out in the second cycle. The data consists of polygon geometry representing the...
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    Water Framework Directive (WFD) Canal Waterbodies are the management and reporting units for the WFD. This is a polyline shapefile dataset which is formed from a Waterways Ireland Canal Polygon dataset and river network dataset. These canal waterbodies are also included in the...
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    This table contains the Water Framework Directive (WFD) Canal Waterbody Ecological Potential results for 2013-2018. The data used were primarily from 2016 to 2018. The WFD objectives include the attainment of good ecological potential in waterbodies that are of lesser status...
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    Water Framework Directive (WFD) Canal Waterbodies are the management and reporting units for the WFD. This is a polyline shapefile dataset which is formed from a Waterways Ireland Canal Polygon dataset and river network dataset. These canal waterbodies are also included in the...
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    This table contains all the Canal Waterbody Risk results from the characterisation assessment carried out by Waterways Ireland in for the River Basin Management Plan 2018-2021. It was prepared using canal monitoring data for the period 2010 to 2016. The assessment was carried...
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    This table contains all the Canal Waterbody Risk results from the characterisation assessment carried out by Waterways Ireland in for the River Basin Management Plan 2018-2021. It was prepared using canal monitoring data for the period 2010 to 2016. The assessment was carried...
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    This polygon dataset shows canals managed by Waterways Ireland. Waterways Ireland is one of six North/South Implementation Bodies established under the British-Irish Agreement of 1998. It is the cross-border navigational authority responsible for the management, maintenance,...
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    This table contains the Water Framework Directive (WFD) Canal Waterbody Ecological Potential results for 2010-2015. The data used were primarily from 2013 to 2015. The WFD objectives include the attainment of good ecological potential in waterbodies that are of lesser status...
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    This data set contains estimates of naturalised river flow duration percentiles for Irish rivers. The flow estimates represent flows that could be expected in rivers under naturalised conditions and do not take account of artificial influences of any kind such as water supply...
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    These are coastal, transitional, river and lake water bodies that have a High-Status Objective under the Water Framework Directive.
  • This database contains records of boreholes, dug wells, springs, and site investigations. Data are derived from GSI drilling, fieldwork and surveys, Local Authorities and other state bodies, Private Well Grants, Drillers, Consultants, Group Water Schemes and Academia. It is...
  • Water tracing involves tagging water to see where it goes. The time the tracers take to get from one point to the other is also usually recorded. It is most commonly used in karst environments to ascertain groundwater flow rates, directions and catchment definitions (Zone of...
  • Different aquifers have differing abilities to store and transmit water. Based on the hydrogeological characteristics and on the value of the groundwater resource, GSI has classified Ireland’s land surface into aquifer categories. GSI Aquifer classes are divided into three...
  • Different aquifers have differing abilities to store and transmit water. Based on the hydrogeological characteristics and on the value of the groundwater resource, GSI has classified Ireland’s land surface into aquifer categories. GSI Aquifer classes are divided into three...
  • The national Groundwater Recharge Map depicts estimated recharge to the deep groundwater system, i.e. groundwater that can be tapped as the sustainable resource. The main hydrogeological controls on groundwater recharge include subsoil permeability, subsoil thickness,...
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    A collection of internal and external reports and papers with an associated access database. Groundwater Protection Schemes Reports available for: Cavan, Clare, South Cork, Donegal, Kerry, Kildare, Kilkenny, Laois, Limerick, Meath, Monaghan, Offaly, Roscommon, Tipperary North...
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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...
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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...
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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...
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