EMD_CHEM_WP5_JUNE012014

Report
EMODnet Chemistry II (2013-2016)
WP5 Analysis and Recommendations
(18 JUNE 2014)
WP Leader: Neil Holdsworth, ICES
BACKGROUND: Who’s pulling the strings...
DG-MARE (Maritime Affairs)
DG-ENV (Environment) &
EEA
Blue growth
Blue technology
Shipping
Wind/Wave energy
Fisheries and Aquaculture
Effect of pressures from
exploitation
Impacts on environment
of human activity
Intrinsic value of
environment
BACKGROUND: and the tools they have...
DG-MARE (Maritime Affairs)
Data Collection
REVISION OF THE CFP
Framework
(DCF) and
Future data provision
will
DC-MAP
have a relation to
Marine Knowledge
2020
EMODnet
but also others
EMODNET
DG-ENV (Environment) & EEA
INSPIRE
Marine
Pilot
Water
and
Marine
(2014)
Framework
Directive
(WFD/MSFD)
Habitats, Bathing water
etc. Directives
INSPIRE (Public body
spatial data)
WISE and WISE-Marine
EMODnet Chemistry II (2013-2016)
WP5 Analysis and Recommendations
WP description: inputs
• Specific MSFD feedback through WG-DIKE and TG
DATA
• Gather feedback from ENV 2012/11 “Sea basin
Checkpoints”
• Feedback from Chemistry project partners including
data providers
• Overall EMODNet strategy developments at EU and
Member States levels
EMODnet Chemistry II (2013-2016)
WP5 Analysis and Recommendations
WP description: objectives
• Engage with MSFD stakeholders and align/revise
chemical portal and products through dialogue
• identify key users and report on the effectiveness of the
system in meeting the needs of end-users
• provide a summary feedback to the products work
package (WP3)
• To establish efficient tools to obtain users feedback
EMODnet Chemistry II (2013-2016)
From DOW
calculate spatially distributed data products specifically
relevant for Marine Strategy Framework Directive
Descriptors 5 (eutrophication), 8 (chemical pollution) and
9 (contaminants in seafood)1 based on guidance provided
by the Marine Strategy Framework Directive Common
Implementation Strategy2
1) Role of Regional Sea Commissions
(RSC’s)
- Commission has clarified since the drafting of EMODnet
II tenders
- Expectation to use/adapt existing data
products/indicators
2) MSFD CIS*
- A series of papers developed and agreed through
Commission working groups
- Have implicit member state acceptance through
marine directors
- Provide guidance but not specifics on the ‘how to’
Data –> Information flow for MSFD
(coordinated)
Monitoring
[National] and
[Regional
Data provision
bodies]
Data assembly
(products)
Ingestion
Indicator
provision
data
information
Regional
Conventions
and EEA
Assessment
product(s)
knowledge
TG DATA (Jul. 2013, Apr. + Sep. 2014)
- WISE-Marine ‘knowledge’ mapping
proposal template
Assessment
WG-GES
Indicators
WG-DIKE
Data assembly
Data Collection
(sources of observations)
TG DATA (Jul. 2013, Apr. + Sep. 2014)
Region: MSFD
Region/Subregion(s)
ASSESSMENT
INDICATOR(S)
DATA ASSEMBLY
DATA COLLECTION
(sources of
observations)
Descriptor: MSFD descriptor
Decision basis
-
-
-
Reference to national
assessment(s) and when
Reference to national
Reference
indicator(s)to regional
assessment (RSC or other i.e
Data not assembled beyond national Reference to RSC indicator
ICES)
scope
References
Commission
Reference
totoEuropean
Data
assembled
under
RSC
-decisions/MSFD
related
assessment
Regional
sea monitoring
o
References
to RSC
working
group and
decisions
programme(s)
regional
bodies/committees/process
Reference to Baseline
es
coordination
national
References
toofother
assessment/Commission
programmes
o
References
to
directives/frameworks
(i.e.
decisions
institutes/organisations
that
DCF/DCMAP,
habitats
Member
state
monitoringwork carry
out/sub-contract
directive)
programme(s)
o
-
-
References to
methodologies/reports
Member
state data sourcethat
outline
assembly method
provision (institutes,
or
central distribution point
Data assembled under EU project/EU infrastructure
o
o
o
Operational basis
Description of assessment
product
Linkages to indicators:
Appropriateness for WISELocation/Availability
Marine output
Not applicable
New/Existing
provision
Adaptations needed
Linkages
to assembled
data
Supporting
information
Assessment scale
MS
provision mechanism(s)
o data
Location/Availability
Frequency
of provision
Temporal scale
o Usage
Availability
o
rights
Spatial unit (related to MSFD
o
o Update
Usage frequency
rights
units)
o
o Format/Outputs
Update
Context
of use frequency
(consistency with
o
Metadata
MSFD
scope)
o Format/Outputs
o
Spatial unit
o
QC applied
o
Spatial unit
o
Metadata
Mechanism(s) to assembled data
o
Location/Availability
o
Operational portal/web service
o
Usage rights
References to institutes/WP
leaders/organisations that
carry out/sub-contract work
o
Update frequency
o
Format/Outputs
References to
methodologies/reports that
outline assembly method
o
Metadata
o
Spatial unit
o
QC applied
Linkages to RSC
bodies/committees/process
es
MSFD key interactions (2013)
- TG DATA: Specific agenda placeholder
for input from EMODnet Chemistry
” How can Emodnet (chemistry)
engage in support to MSFD data
reporting”
MSFD key interactions (2014)
MSFD 8.1.1 :Concentration of the contaminants mentioned above, measured in the relevant matrix (such as biota, sediment and
water) in a way that ensures comparability with the assessments under Directive 2000/60/EC
Hazardous substances in water
WFD priority substances
(2008/105/EC, 2013/39/EC)
Alachlor
Anthracene
Atrazine
Benzene
Brominated diphenylethers
Cadmium and its compounds
Chloroalkanes, C 10-13
Chlorfenvinphos
Chlorpyrifos (Chlorpyrifos-ethyl)
1,2-dichloroethane
Dichloromethane
Di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate (DEHP)
Diuron
Endosulfan
Fluoranthene
Hexachlorobenzene
Hexachlorobutadiene
Hexachlorocyclohexane
Isoproturon
Lead and its compounds
Mercury and its compounds
Naphthalene
Nickel and its compounds
Nonylphenols
Octylphenols ( 6 )
Pentachlorobenzene
Pentachlorophenol
OSPAR HELCOM UNEP/ BSC
MAP
WFD priority substances
(2008/105/EC, 2013/39/EC)
x
x
Polyaromatic hydrocarbons (PAH) ( 7x)
x
Simazine
x
Tributyltin compounds
x
x
Trichlorobenzenes
x
Trichloromethane (chloroform)
x
Trifluralin
x
x
Dicofol
Perfluorooctane sulfonic acid and its derivatives (PFOS)
Quinoxyfen
Dioxins and dioxin-like compounds
x
Aclonifen
Bifenox
Cybutryne
Cypermethrin ( 10 )
Dichlorvos
Hexabromocyclododecanes (HBCDD)
Heptachlor and heptachlor epoxide
Terbutryn
Carbon-tetrachloride
x
DDT total
x
para-para-DDT
x
x
Aldrin
x
x
Dieldrin
x
x
Endrin
x
x
Isodrin
x
x
Tetrachloro-ethylene
Trichloro-ethylene
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
OSPAR HELCOM UNEP/ BSC
MAP
x
X denotes reporting
% of CPs
reporting
100-81%
80-61%
60-41%
40-21%
20-1%
x
x
x
x
x
x
no
reporting
MSFD key interactions (2014)
MSFD 8.1.1 :Concentration of the contaminants mentioned above, measured in the relevant matrix (such as biota, sediment and
water) in a way that ensures comparability with the assessments under Directive 2000/60/EC
Hazardous substances in biota
WFD priority substances
(2008/105/EC, 2013/39/EC)
OSPAR HELCOM UNEP BSC
/MAP
Alachlor
Anthracene
x
Atrazine
Benzene
Brominated diphenylethers
x
Cadmium and its compounds
x
Chloroalkanes, C 10-13
Chlorfenvinphos
Chlorpyrifos (Chlorpyrifos-ethyl) x
1,2-dichloroethane
Dichloromethane
Di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate (DEHP)
Diuron
Endosulfan
x
Fluoranthene
x
Hexachlorobenzene
x
Hexachlorobutadiene
x
Hexachlorocyclohexane
x
Isoproturon
Lead and its compounds
x
Mercury and its compounds
x
Naphthalene
x
Nickel and its compounds
x
Nonylphenols
Octylphenols ( 6 )
Pentachlorobenzene
x
Pentachlorophenol
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
WFD priority substances
(2008/105/EC, 2013/39/EC)
OSPAR HELCOM UNEP BSC
/MAP
Polyaromatic hydrocarbons (PAH) x( 7 )
x
x
Simazine
Tributyltin compounds
x
x
Trichlorobenzenes
Trichloromethane (chloroform)
Trifluralin
Dicofol
Perfluorooctane sulfonic acid andxits derivatives
x
(PFOS)
Quinoxyfen
Dioxins and dioxin-like compounds
x
x
Aclonifen
Bifenox
Cybutryne
Cypermethrin ( 10 )
Dichlorvos
Hexabromocyclododecanes (HBCDD)
Heptachlor and heptachlor epoxide
Terbutryn
Carbon-tetrachloride
DDT total
para-para-DDT
x
x
Aldrin
x
x
Dieldrin
x
x
Endrin
x
x
Isodrin
x
x
Tetrachloro-ethylene
Trichloro-ethylene
x
X denotes reporting
% of CPs
reporting
100-81%
80-61%
60-41%
40-21%
20-1%
x
x
x
x
x
no
reporting
MSFD key interactions (2014)
MSFD 5.3.2 Dissolved oxygen, i.e. changes due to increased
organic matter decomposition and size of the area concerned
Parameters used in DO
MSFD art 8, 9, 10
reporting
OSPAR
x
MSFD art 8,9, 10
x
HELCOM
x
MSFD art 8,9, 10
x
UNEP/MAP
MSFD art 8,9, 10
x
BSC
x
MSFD art 8,9, 10
x
WiSe SoE [WFD, EEA]x
Organic
content
BOD5 BQI
MAMBI
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Anoxi COD Benthic
a
mortality
x
x
x
x
X denotes reporting
% of CPs reporting
100-81%
80-61%
60-41%
MSFD art 8, 9, 10 reporting from Palialexis et al. 2014
40-21%
20-1%
no reporting
MSFD 5.3.1 EUTROPHICATION
BSC reporting on phytobenthos
species level taxonomy,
phytobenthos species biomass,
total biomass
MSFD key interactions (2014)
TG DATA D5 and D8 Workshop (April)
- EMD Chem products workshop was
advertised
- Italy presented their use of EMD Chem
- Discussion on future interaction
between TG DATA and EMODnet
MSFD key interactions (2014)
TG DATA D5 and D8 Workshop (April)
” … could play a role in providing
informational ‘state’ products, and as a
reference point for understanding the general
availability and distribution of data.”
MSFD key interactions (2014)
Specific EEA/DGENV workshop planned
(September)*
- Regional Data products compilation
- Decentralised reporting
* Difficult to get the right attendees to Split

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