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DIN EN 17123:2019-07

DIN EN 17123:2019-07

Water quality - Guidance on determining the degree of modification of the hydromorphological features of transitional and coastal waters; German version EN 17123:2018

Qualité de l'eau - Guide pour la détermination du degré de modification des caractéristiques hydromorphologiques des eaux de transition et des eaux côtières; Version allemande EN 17123:2018

Wasserbeschaffenheit - Anleitung zur Bestimmung der Veränderung hydromorphologischer Merkmale von Übergangs- und Küstengewässern; Deutsche Fassung EN 17123:2018

Fecha:
2019-07 /Active
Equivalencias internacionales:

EN 17123 (2018-12)

Relación con otras normas DIN:

Reemplaza a: DIN EN 17123:2017-07

Resumen:
This European Standard provides guidance on characterizing the modifications of the hydromorphological features of TraC waters described in EN 16503, enabling consistent comparisons of hydromorphological modification between TraC waters within a country and between different countries in Europe. Its primary aim is to assess "departure from naturalness" as a result of human pressures on TraC hydromorphology, and it suggests suitable sources of information that may contribute to describing the modification of hydromorphological features. The procedures set out in this standard will encourage the objective assessment and reporting of the variability in transitional and coastal waters, and contribute to the work needed to implement the WFD and the MSFD; however, it does not replace methods that have been developed for local assessment and reporting.
Keywords:
Characteristics, Chemistry of water, Classification systems, Coastal waters, Consistency (mechanical property), Data editing, Definitions, Determination, Evaluations, Hydrography, Hydromorphology, Instructions, Natural, Orifices, Quality, Testing, Tidal water, Water, Water analysis, Water practice, Water quality, Waters
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