Waters in Germany: status and assessment / published by: German Environment Agency (UBA),Division II 2 ; authors: J. Arle, K. Blondzik, U. Claussen, A. Duffek, S. Grimm, F. Hilliges, B. Kirschbaum, I. Kirst, D. Koch, J. Koschorreck, P. Lepom, W. Leujak, V. Mohaupt, S. Naumann, U. Pirntke, J. Rechenberg, P. Schilling, A. Ullrich, J. Wellmitz, S. Werner, R. Wolter (all of the German Environment Agency) ; editors: C. Schulte (German Environment Agency, Head of Division II 2); K. Blondzik (German Environment Agency, Section II 2.4)
VerfasserArle, J. ; Blondzik, K. ; Claussen, Ulrich ; Duffek, A. ; Grimm, S. ; Hilliges, F. ; Kirschbaum, Bernd ; Kirst, I. ; Koch, D. ; Koschorreck, J. ; Lepom, P. ; Leujak, W. ; Mohaupt, Volker ; Naumann, S. ; Pirntke, U. ; Rechenberg, J. ; Schilling, P. ; Ullrich, A. ; Wellmitz, J. ; Werner, S. ; Wolter, R.
HerausgeberSchulte, C.
ErschienenDessau-Roßlau : German Environment Agency (UBA), Division II 2, [2017?]
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Last updated: September 2017
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Waters in Germany: status and assessment [8.15 mb]
Since 2016 there are new legal requirements for the assessment for nutrients and substances of the waters in Germany. New assessment procedures for hydromorphology were developed. These assessment instruments are described in the brochure "Waters in Germany: Status and Assessment". The results of the assessment clarify the still open problems in water protection. The long time series of data for nitrate and phosphorus document the development of the nutrient load of groundwater rivers lakes and the North Sea and Baltic Sea. Until now there are only a few data available for exposure to marine litter and underwater noise in the sea.