Member State report / Art8 / 2018 / D8 / Lithuania / Baltic Sea

Report type Member State report to Commission
MSFD Article Art. 8 Initial assessment (and Art. 17 updates)
Report due 2018-10-15
GES Descriptor D8 Contaminants
Member State Lithuania
Region/subregion Baltic Sea
Reported by Environmental Protection Agency
Report date 2020-06-09
Report access msfd2018-ART8_GES_04-07-corrected_06-04.xml

LT marine waters (all marine waters) (BAL-LT-MS-01)

GES component
D8
D8
D8
D8
D8
D8
D8
D8
D8
D8
D8
D8
D8
D8
D8
D8
D8
D8
D8
D8
D8
D8
D8
D8
D8
D8
D8
D8
D8
D8
D8
D8
D8
D8
D8
D8
D8
D8
D8
D8
D8
D8
D8
D8
D8
D8
D8
D8
D8
D8
D8
D8
D8
D8
D8
D8
D8
D8
D8
D8
D8
D8
D8
D8
D8
D8
D8
D8
D8
D8
D8
D8
D8
D8
D8
D8
D8
D8
D8
D8
D8
D8
Feature
Contaminants - non UPBT substances
Contaminants - non UPBT substances
Contaminants - non UPBT substances
Contaminants - non UPBT substances
Contaminants - non UPBT substances
Contaminants - non UPBT substances
Contaminants - non UPBT substances
Contaminants - non UPBT substances
Contaminants - non UPBT substances
Contaminants - non UPBT substances
Contaminants - non UPBT substances
Contaminants - non UPBT substances
Contaminants - non UPBT substances
Contaminants - non UPBT substances
Contaminants - non UPBT substances
Contaminants - non UPBT substances
Contaminants - non UPBT substances
Contaminants - non UPBT substances
Contaminants - non UPBT substances
Contaminants - non UPBT substances
Contaminants - non UPBT substances
Contaminants - non UPBT substances
Contaminants - non UPBT substances
Contaminants - non UPBT substances
Contaminants - non UPBT substances
Contaminants - non UPBT substances
Contaminants - non UPBT substances
Contaminants - non UPBT substances
Contaminants - non UPBT substances
Contaminants - non UPBT substances
Contaminants - non UPBT substances
Contaminants - non UPBT substances
Contaminants - non UPBT substances
Contaminants - non UPBT substances
Contaminants - non UPBT substances
Contaminants - non UPBT substances
Contaminants - non UPBT substances
Contaminants - non UPBT substances
Contaminants - non UPBT substances
Contaminants - non UPBT substances
Contaminants - non UPBT substances
Contaminants - non UPBT substances
Contaminants - non UPBT substances
Contaminants - non UPBT substances
Contaminants - non UPBT substances
Contaminants - non UPBT substances
Contaminants - non UPBT substances
Contaminants - non UPBT substances
Contaminants - non UPBT substances
Contaminants - non UPBT substances
Contaminants - non UPBT substances
Contaminants - non UPBT substances
Contaminants - non UPBT substances
Contaminants - non UPBT substances
Contaminants - non UPBT substances
Contaminants - non UPBT substances
Contaminants - non UPBT substances
Contaminants - non UPBT substances
Contaminants - non UPBT substances
Contaminants - non UPBT substances
Contaminants - non UPBT substances
Contaminants - non UPBT substances
Contaminants - UPBT substances
Contaminants - UPBT substances
Contaminants - UPBT substances
Contaminants - UPBT substances
Contaminants - UPBT substances
Contaminants - UPBT substances
Contaminants - UPBT substances
Contaminants - UPBT substances
Contaminants - UPBT substances
Contaminants - UPBT substances
Contaminants - UPBT substances
Contaminants - UPBT substances
Contaminants - UPBT substances
Contaminants - UPBT substances
Contaminants - UPBT substances
Contaminants - UPBT substances
Contaminants - UPBT substances
Contaminants - UPBT substances
Contaminants - UPBT substances
Contaminants - UPBT substances
Element
1,2-Dichloroethane
4-Nonylphenol
Aclonifen
Alachlor
Aldrin
Anthracene
Arsenic and its compounds
Atrazine
Benzene
Bifenox
Cadmium and its compounds
Cadmium and its compounds
Carbon tetrachloride
Chlorfenvinphos
Chloroalkanes C10-13
Chlorpyrifos
Chromium and its compounds
Chromium and its compounds
Copper and its compounds
Copper and its compounds
Cybutryne
Cypermethrin
Di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate (DEHP)
Dichloromethane
Dichlorvos
Dicofol
Dicofol
Dieldrin
Diuron
Endosulfan
Endrin
Fluoranthene
Fluoranthene
Hexachlorobenzene
Hexachlorobenzene
Hexachlorobutadiene
Hexachlorobutadiene
Hexachlorocyclohexane
Isodrin
Isoproturon
Lead and its compounds
Lead and its compounds
Naphthalene
Nickel and its compounds
Nickel and its compounds
Octylphenol (4-(1,1",3,3"-tetramethylbutyl)-phenol)
Pentachlorobenzene
Pentachlorophenol
Petroleum hydrocarbons
Petroleum hydrocarbons
Polychlorinated biphenyls (7 PCB: 28,52,101,118,138,153,180)
Quinoxyfen
Simazine
Terbutryn
Tetrachloroethylene
Total DDT (DDT, p,p" + DDT, o,p" + DDE, p,p" + DDD, p,p")
Trichlorobenzenes (all isomers)
Trichloroethylene
Trichloromethane
Trifluralin
Zinc and its compounds
Zinc and its compounds
Benzo(a)pyrene
Benzo(a)pyrene
Benzo(b)fluoranthene
Benzo(g,h,i)perylene
Benzo(k)fluoranthene
Brominated diphenylethers (congener numbers 28, 47, 99, 100, 153 and 154)
Brominated diphenylethers (congener numbers 28, 47, 99, 100, 153 and 154)
Dioxins and dioxin-like compounds (7 PCDDs + 10 PCDFs + 12 PCB-DLs)
Heptachlor and heptachlor epoxide
Heptachlor and heptachlor epoxide
Hexabromocyclododecanes (HBCDD)
Hexabromocyclododecanes (HBCDD)
Mercury and its compounds
Mercury and its compounds
Mercury and its compounds
Perfluorooctane sulfonic acid (PFOS) and its derivatives
Perfluorooctane sulfonic acid (PFOS) and its derivatives
Total PAHs (Benzo(a)pyrene, Benzo(b)fluoranthene, Benzo(k)fluoranthene, Benzo(ghi)perylene, Indeno(1,2,3-cd)pyrene)
Tributyltin-cation
Tributyltin-cation
Element code
CAS_107-06-2
CAS_104-40-5
CAS_74070-46-5
CAS_15972-60-8
CAS_309-00-2
CAS_120-12-7
CAS_7440-38-2
CAS_1912-24-9
CAS_71-43-2
CAS_42576-02-3
CAS_7440-43-9
CAS_7440-43-9
CAS_56-23-5
CAS_470-90-6
CAS_85535-84-8
CAS_2921-88-2
CAS_7440-47-3
CAS_7440-47-3
CAS_7440-50-8
CAS_7440-50-8
CAS_28159-98-0
CAS_52315-07-8
CAS_117-81-7
CAS_75-09-2
CAS_62-73-7
CAS_115-32-2
CAS_115-32-2
CAS_60-57-1
CAS_330-54-1
CAS_115-29-7
CAS_72-20-8
CAS_206-44-0
CAS_206-44-0
CAS_118-74-1
CAS_118-74-1
CAS_87-68-3
CAS_87-68-3
CAS_608-73-1
CAS_465-73-6
CAS_34123-59-6
CAS_7439-92-1
CAS_7439-92-1
CAS_91-20-3
CAS_7440-02-0
CAS_7440-02-0
CAS_140-66-9
CAS_608-93-5
CAS_87-86-5
EEA_33-23-8
EEA_33-23-8
EEA_33-38-5
CAS_124495-18-7
CAS_122-34-9
CAS_886-50-0
CAS_127-18-4
EEA_32-03-1
CAS_12002-48-1
CAS_79-01-6
CAS_67-66-3
CAS_1582-09-8
CAS_7440-66-6
CAS_7440-66-6
CAS_50-32-8
CAS_50-32-8
CAS_205-99-2
CAS_191-24-2
CAS_205-99-2
EEA_32-04-2
EEA_32-04-2
EEA_33-58-9
EEA_33-50-1
EEA_33-50-1
EEA_33-57-8
EEA_33-57-8
CAS_7439-97-6
CAS_7439-97-6
CAS_7439-97-6
CAS_1763-23-1
CAS_1763-23-1
EEA_33-56-7
CAS_36643-28-4
CAS_36643-28-4
Element code source
Eutrophication (D5) and contaminants (D8-D9) http://dd.eionet.europa.eu/vocabulary/wise/ObservedProperty/view
Eutrophication (D5) and contaminants (D8-D9) http://dd.eionet.europa.eu/vocabulary/wise/ObservedProperty/view
Eutrophication (D5) and contaminants (D8-D9) http://dd.eionet.europa.eu/vocabulary/wise/ObservedProperty/view
Eutrophication (D5) and contaminants (D8-D9) http://dd.eionet.europa.eu/vocabulary/wise/ObservedProperty/view
Eutrophication (D5) and contaminants (D8-D9) http://dd.eionet.europa.eu/vocabulary/wise/ObservedProperty/view
Eutrophication (D5) and contaminants (D8-D9) http://dd.eionet.europa.eu/vocabulary/wise/ObservedProperty/view
Eutrophication (D5) and contaminants (D8-D9) http://dd.eionet.europa.eu/vocabulary/wise/ObservedProperty/view
Eutrophication (D5) and contaminants (D8-D9) http://dd.eionet.europa.eu/vocabulary/wise/ObservedProperty/view
Eutrophication (D5) and contaminants (D8-D9) http://dd.eionet.europa.eu/vocabulary/wise/ObservedProperty/view
Eutrophication (D5) and contaminants (D8-D9) http://dd.eionet.europa.eu/vocabulary/wise/ObservedProperty/view
Eutrophication (D5) and contaminants (D8-D9) http://dd.eionet.europa.eu/vocabulary/wise/ObservedProperty/view
Eutrophication (D5) and contaminants (D8-D9) http://dd.eionet.europa.eu/vocabulary/wise/ObservedProperty/view
Eutrophication (D5) and contaminants (D8-D9) http://dd.eionet.europa.eu/vocabulary/wise/ObservedProperty/view
Eutrophication (D5) and contaminants (D8-D9) http://dd.eionet.europa.eu/vocabulary/wise/ObservedProperty/view
Eutrophication (D5) and contaminants (D8-D9) http://dd.eionet.europa.eu/vocabulary/wise/ObservedProperty/view
Eutrophication (D5) and contaminants (D8-D9) http://dd.eionet.europa.eu/vocabulary/wise/ObservedProperty/view
Eutrophication (D5) and contaminants (D8-D9) http://dd.eionet.europa.eu/vocabulary/wise/ObservedProperty/view
Eutrophication (D5) and contaminants (D8-D9) http://dd.eionet.europa.eu/vocabulary/wise/ObservedProperty/view
Eutrophication (D5) and contaminants (D8-D9) http://dd.eionet.europa.eu/vocabulary/wise/ObservedProperty/view
Eutrophication (D5) and contaminants (D8-D9) http://dd.eionet.europa.eu/vocabulary/wise/ObservedProperty/view
Eutrophication (D5) and contaminants (D8-D9) http://dd.eionet.europa.eu/vocabulary/wise/ObservedProperty/view
Eutrophication (D5) and contaminants (D8-D9) http://dd.eionet.europa.eu/vocabulary/wise/ObservedProperty/view
Eutrophication (D5) and contaminants (D8-D9) http://dd.eionet.europa.eu/vocabulary/wise/ObservedProperty/view
Eutrophication (D5) and contaminants (D8-D9) http://dd.eionet.europa.eu/vocabulary/wise/ObservedProperty/view
Eutrophication (D5) and contaminants (D8-D9) http://dd.eionet.europa.eu/vocabulary/wise/ObservedProperty/view
Eutrophication (D5) and contaminants (D8-D9) http://dd.eionet.europa.eu/vocabulary/wise/ObservedProperty/view
Eutrophication (D5) and contaminants (D8-D9) http://dd.eionet.europa.eu/vocabulary/wise/ObservedProperty/view
Eutrophication (D5) and contaminants (D8-D9) http://dd.eionet.europa.eu/vocabulary/wise/ObservedProperty/view
Eutrophication (D5) and contaminants (D8-D9) http://dd.eionet.europa.eu/vocabulary/wise/ObservedProperty/view
Eutrophication (D5) and contaminants (D8-D9) http://dd.eionet.europa.eu/vocabulary/wise/ObservedProperty/view
Eutrophication (D5) and contaminants (D8-D9) http://dd.eionet.europa.eu/vocabulary/wise/ObservedProperty/view
Eutrophication (D5) and contaminants (D8-D9) http://dd.eionet.europa.eu/vocabulary/wise/ObservedProperty/view
Eutrophication (D5) and contaminants (D8-D9) http://dd.eionet.europa.eu/vocabulary/wise/ObservedProperty/view
Eutrophication (D5) and contaminants (D8-D9) http://dd.eionet.europa.eu/vocabulary/wise/ObservedProperty/view
Eutrophication (D5) and contaminants (D8-D9) http://dd.eionet.europa.eu/vocabulary/wise/ObservedProperty/view
Eutrophication (D5) and contaminants (D8-D9) http://dd.eionet.europa.eu/vocabulary/wise/ObservedProperty/view
Eutrophication (D5) and contaminants (D8-D9) http://dd.eionet.europa.eu/vocabulary/wise/ObservedProperty/view
Eutrophication (D5) and contaminants (D8-D9) http://dd.eionet.europa.eu/vocabulary/wise/ObservedProperty/view
Eutrophication (D5) and contaminants (D8-D9) http://dd.eionet.europa.eu/vocabulary/wise/ObservedProperty/view
Eutrophication (D5) and contaminants (D8-D9) http://dd.eionet.europa.eu/vocabulary/wise/ObservedProperty/view
Eutrophication (D5) and contaminants (D8-D9) http://dd.eionet.europa.eu/vocabulary/wise/ObservedProperty/view
Eutrophication (D5) and contaminants (D8-D9) http://dd.eionet.europa.eu/vocabulary/wise/ObservedProperty/view
Eutrophication (D5) and contaminants (D8-D9) http://dd.eionet.europa.eu/vocabulary/wise/ObservedProperty/view
Eutrophication (D5) and contaminants (D8-D9) http://dd.eionet.europa.eu/vocabulary/wise/ObservedProperty/view
Eutrophication (D5) and contaminants (D8-D9) http://dd.eionet.europa.eu/vocabulary/wise/ObservedProperty/view
Eutrophication (D5) and contaminants (D8-D9) http://dd.eionet.europa.eu/vocabulary/wise/ObservedProperty/view
Eutrophication (D5) and contaminants (D8-D9) http://dd.eionet.europa.eu/vocabulary/wise/ObservedProperty/view
Eutrophication (D5) and contaminants (D8-D9) http://dd.eionet.europa.eu/vocabulary/wise/ObservedProperty/view
Eutrophication (D5) and contaminants (D8-D9) http://dd.eionet.europa.eu/vocabulary/wise/ObservedProperty/view
Eutrophication (D5) and contaminants (D8-D9) http://dd.eionet.europa.eu/vocabulary/wise/ObservedProperty/view
Eutrophication (D5) and contaminants (D8-D9) http://dd.eionet.europa.eu/vocabulary/wise/ObservedProperty/view
Eutrophication (D5) and contaminants (D8-D9) http://dd.eionet.europa.eu/vocabulary/wise/ObservedProperty/view
Eutrophication (D5) and contaminants (D8-D9) http://dd.eionet.europa.eu/vocabulary/wise/ObservedProperty/view
Eutrophication (D5) and contaminants (D8-D9) http://dd.eionet.europa.eu/vocabulary/wise/ObservedProperty/view
Eutrophication (D5) and contaminants (D8-D9) http://dd.eionet.europa.eu/vocabulary/wise/ObservedProperty/view
Eutrophication (D5) and contaminants (D8-D9) http://dd.eionet.europa.eu/vocabulary/wise/ObservedProperty/view
Eutrophication (D5) and contaminants (D8-D9) http://dd.eionet.europa.eu/vocabulary/wise/ObservedProperty/view
Eutrophication (D5) and contaminants (D8-D9) http://dd.eionet.europa.eu/vocabulary/wise/ObservedProperty/view
Eutrophication (D5) and contaminants (D8-D9) http://dd.eionet.europa.eu/vocabulary/wise/ObservedProperty/view
Eutrophication (D5) and contaminants (D8-D9) http://dd.eionet.europa.eu/vocabulary/wise/ObservedProperty/view
Eutrophication (D5) and contaminants (D8-D9) http://dd.eionet.europa.eu/vocabulary/wise/ObservedProperty/view
Eutrophication (D5) and contaminants (D8-D9) http://dd.eionet.europa.eu/vocabulary/wise/ObservedProperty/view
Eutrophication (D5) and contaminants (D8-D9) http://dd.eionet.europa.eu/vocabulary/wise/ObservedProperty/view
Eutrophication (D5) and contaminants (D8-D9) http://dd.eionet.europa.eu/vocabulary/wise/ObservedProperty/view
Eutrophication (D5) and contaminants (D8-D9) http://dd.eionet.europa.eu/vocabulary/wise/ObservedProperty/view
Eutrophication (D5) and contaminants (D8-D9) http://dd.eionet.europa.eu/vocabulary/wise/ObservedProperty/view
Eutrophication (D5) and contaminants (D8-D9) http://dd.eionet.europa.eu/vocabulary/wise/ObservedProperty/view
Eutrophication (D5) and contaminants (D8-D9) http://dd.eionet.europa.eu/vocabulary/wise/ObservedProperty/view
Eutrophication (D5) and contaminants (D8-D9) http://dd.eionet.europa.eu/vocabulary/wise/ObservedProperty/view
Eutrophication (D5) and contaminants (D8-D9) http://dd.eionet.europa.eu/vocabulary/wise/ObservedProperty/view
Eutrophication (D5) and contaminants (D8-D9) http://dd.eionet.europa.eu/vocabulary/wise/ObservedProperty/view
Eutrophication (D5) and contaminants (D8-D9) http://dd.eionet.europa.eu/vocabulary/wise/ObservedProperty/view
Eutrophication (D5) and contaminants (D8-D9) http://dd.eionet.europa.eu/vocabulary/wise/ObservedProperty/view
Eutrophication (D5) and contaminants (D8-D9) http://dd.eionet.europa.eu/vocabulary/wise/ObservedProperty/view
Eutrophication (D5) and contaminants (D8-D9) http://dd.eionet.europa.eu/vocabulary/wise/ObservedProperty/view
Eutrophication (D5) and contaminants (D8-D9) http://dd.eionet.europa.eu/vocabulary/wise/ObservedProperty/view
Eutrophication (D5) and contaminants (D8-D9) http://dd.eionet.europa.eu/vocabulary/wise/ObservedProperty/view
Eutrophication (D5) and contaminants (D8-D9) http://dd.eionet.europa.eu/vocabulary/wise/ObservedProperty/view
Eutrophication (D5) and contaminants (D8-D9) http://dd.eionet.europa.eu/vocabulary/wise/ObservedProperty/view
Eutrophication (D5) and contaminants (D8-D9) http://dd.eionet.europa.eu/vocabulary/wise/ObservedProperty/view
Eutrophication (D5) and contaminants (D8-D9) http://dd.eionet.europa.eu/vocabulary/wise/ObservedProperty/view
Eutrophication (D5) and contaminants (D8-D9) http://dd.eionet.europa.eu/vocabulary/wise/ObservedProperty/view
Element 2
Element 2 code
Element 2 code source
Element source
EU
EU
EU
EU
EU
EU
National
EU
EU
EU
EU
EU
EU
EU
EU
EU
National
National
National
National
EU
EU
EU
EU
EU
EU
EU
EU
EU
EU
EU
EU
EU
EU
EU
EU
EU
EU
EU
EU
EU
EU
EU
EU
EU
EU
EU
EU
National
National
EU
EU
EU
EU
EU
EU
EU
EU
EU
EU
National
National
EU
EU
EU
EU
EU
EU
EU
EU
EU
EU
EU
EU
EU
EU
EU
EU
EU
EU
EU
EU
Criterion
D8C1
D8C1
D8C1
D8C1
D8C1
D8C1
D8C1
D8C1
D8C1
D8C1
D8C1
D8C1
D8C1
D8C1
D8C1
D8C1
D8C1
D8C1
D8C1
D8C1
D8C1
D8C1
D8C1
D8C1
D8C1
D8C1
D8C1
D8C1
D8C1
D8C1
D8C1
D8C1
D8C1
D8C1
D8C1
D8C1
D8C1
D8C1
D8C1
D8C1
D8C1
D8C1
D8C1
D8C1
D8C1
D8C1
D8C1
D8C1
D8C1
D8C1
D8C1
D8C1
D8C1
D8C1
D8C1
D8C1
D8C1
D8C1
D8C1
D8C1
D8C1
D8C1
D8C1
D8C1
D8C1
D8C1
D8C1
D8C1
D8C1
D8C1
D8C1
D8C1
D8C1
D8C1
D8C1
D8C1
D8C1
D8C1
D8C1
D8C1
D8C1
D8C1
Parameter
Concentration in water
Concentration in water
Concentration in water
Concentration in water
Concentration in water
Concentration in water
Concentration in sediment
Concentration in water
Concentration in water
Concentration in water
Concentration in sediment
Concentration in water
Concentration in water
Concentration in water
Concentration in water
Concentration in water
Concentration in sediment
Concentration in water
Concentration in sediment
Concentration in water
Concentration in water
Concentration in water
Concentration in water
Concentration in water
Concentration in water
Concentration in biota
Concentration in water
Concentration in water
Concentration in water
Concentration in water
Concentration in water
Concentration in biota
Concentration in water
Concentration in biota
Concentration in water
Concentration in biota
Concentration in water
Concentration in water
Concentration in water
Concentration in water
Concentration in sediment
Concentration in water
Concentration in water
Concentration in sediment
Concentration in water
Concentration in water
Concentration in water
Concentration in water
Concentration in sediment
Concentration in water
Concentration in sediment
Concentration in water
Concentration in water
Concentration in water
Concentration in water
Concentration in water
Concentration in water
Concentration in water
Concentration in water
Concentration in water
Concentration in sediment
Concentration in water
Concentration in biota
Concentration in water
Concentration in water
Concentration in water
Concentration in water
Concentration in biota
Concentration in water
Concentration in biota
Concentration in biota
Concentration in water
Concentration in biota
Concentration in water
Concentration in biota
Concentration in sediment
Concentration in water
Concentration in biota
Concentration in water
Concentration in sediment
Concentration in sediment
Concentration in water
Parameter other
Threshold value upper
10.0
0.3
0.012
0.3
0.005
0.1
3.0
0.6
8.0
0.012
0.5
0.2
12.0
0.1
0.4
0.03
30.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
0.0025
8e-06
1.3
20.0
6e-05
33.0
3.2e-05
0.005
0.2
0.0005
0.005
30.0
0.0063
10.0
0.05
55.0
0.6
0.002
0.005
0.3
20.0
1.3
2.0
10.0
8.6
0.01
0.0007
0.4
100.0
200.0
0.007
0.015
1.0
0.0065
10.0
0.025
0.4
10.0
2.5
0.03
60.0
100.0
5.0
0.00017
0.017
0.00082
0.017
0.0085
0.014
0.0065
0.0067
1e-08
167.0
0.0008
20.0
0.1
0.07
9.1
0.00013
1.0
0.01
0.0002
Threshold value lower
Threshold qualitative
Threshold value source
Priority substances Directive (2013/39/EU)
Priority substances Directive (2013/39/EU)
Priority substances Directive (2013/39/EU)
Priority substances Directive (2013/39/EU)
Priority substances Directive (2013/39/EU)
Priority substances Directive (2013/39/EU)
National
Priority substances Directive (2013/39/EU)
Priority substances Directive (2013/39/EU)
Priority substances Directive (2013/39/EU)
National
Priority substances Directive (2013/39/EU)
Priority substances Directive (2013/39/EU)
Priority substances Directive (2013/39/EU)
Priority substances Directive (2013/39/EU)
Priority substances Directive (2013/39/EU)
National
National
National
National
Priority substances Directive (2013/39/EU)
Priority substances Directive (2013/39/EU)
Priority substances Directive (2013/39/EU)
Priority substances Directive (2013/39/EU)
Priority substances Directive (2013/39/EU)
Priority substances Directive (2013/39/EU)
Priority substances Directive (2013/39/EU)
Priority substances Directive (2013/39/EU)
Priority substances Directive (2013/39/EU)
Priority substances Directive (2013/39/EU)
Priority substances Directive (2013/39/EU)
Priority substances Directive (2013/39/EU)
Priority substances Directive (2013/39/EU)
Priority substances Directive (2013/39/EU)
Priority substances Directive (2013/39/EU)
Priority substances Directive (2013/39/EU)
Priority substances Directive (2013/39/EU)
Priority substances Directive (2013/39/EU)
Priority substances Directive (2013/39/EU)
Priority substances Directive (2013/39/EU)
National
Priority substances Directive (2013/39/EU)
Priority substances Directive (2013/39/EU)
National
Priority substances Directive (2013/39/EU)
Priority substances Directive (2013/39/EU)
Priority substances Directive (2013/39/EU)
Priority substances Directive (2013/39/EU)
National
National
National
Priority substances Directive (2013/39/EU)
Priority substances Directive (2013/39/EU)
Priority substances Directive (2013/39/EU)
Priority substances Directive (2013/39/EU)
Priority substances Directive (2013/39/EU)
Priority substances Directive (2013/39/EU)
Priority substances Directive (2013/39/EU)
Priority substances Directive (2013/39/EU)
Priority substances Directive (2013/39/EU)
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National
Priority substances Directive (2013/39/EU)
Priority substances Directive (2013/39/EU)
Priority substances Directive (2013/39/EU)
Priority substances Directive (2013/39/EU)
Priority substances Directive (2013/39/EU)
Priority substances Directive (2013/39/EU)
Priority substances Directive (2013/39/EU)
Priority substances Directive (2013/39/EU)
Priority substances Directive (2013/39/EU)
Priority substances Directive (2013/39/EU)
Priority substances Directive (2013/39/EU)
Priority substances Directive (2013/39/EU)
Priority substances Directive (2013/39/EU)
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Priority substances Directive (2013/39/EU)
Priority substances Directive (2013/39/EU)
Priority substances Directive (2013/39/EU)
National
National
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Threshold value source other
Value achieved upper
0.2
1.88
0.0036
0.01
0.008
0.0043
4.1
0.1
0.1
0.00036
0.39
0.19
0.2
0.03
0.1
0.009
83.0
30.0
12.0
15.0
0.00075
2.4e-06
9.07
0.2
1.8e-05
0.1
9.6e-06
0.005
0.06
0.004
0.008
18.86
0.0096
1.07
0.008
0.5
0.1
0.0006
0.008
0.1
24.0
1.2
0.009
23.0
25.0
1.518
0.00021
0.05
150.0
830.0
0.003
0.0045
0.3
0.00195
0.1
0.003
0.2
0.1
0.101
0.009
45.0
90.0
2.03
0.004
0.004
0.003
0.002
1.28
0.0042
0.0042
0.05
3e-09
4.34
0.00097
127.0
0.049
0.15
1.68
0.088
0.0018
0.0003
0.005
Value achieved lower
0.05
0.0036
0.0015
0.002
0.22
0.01
0.1
0.91
0.3
0.09
0.8
0.01
0.0015
0.0015
0.0015
0.05
0.00189
0.1
0.0015
0.72
0.2
0.003
0.31
1.0
0.003
68.0
100.0
3.3
4.0
0.1
5e-05
5e-05
5e-05
5e-05
0.007
0.0001
0.002
0.24
6.0
0.006
0.01
0.15
6e-05
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Value unit other
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mg/kg d.w.
mg/kg d.w.
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Proportion threshold value
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
Proportion value achieved
100.0
78.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
86.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
95.0
100.0
95.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
84.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
95.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
95.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
95.0
100.0
95.0
100.0
42.0
100.0
100.0
92.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
25.0
100.0
86.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
95.0
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Trend
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Stable
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Description parameter
According to the concentrations of 1,2-dichloroethane in the water, the sea area reached GES. All concentrations are below the limit of quantification (<0.2 μg / l).
According to the concentrations of nonylphenol (4-nonylphenol) in the water, the sea area was below GES.
According to the concentrations of aclonifen in the water, the sea area reached GES. Limit of quantification (<0.0036μg/l)
According to the concentrations of alachlor in the water, the sea area was GES. All concentrations below the limit of quantification (<0.01 µg/l). AA-EQS - 0.3 µg/l and MAC-EQS 0.7 - µg/l.
According to the concentrations of aldrin in the water, the sea area was GES. All concentrations below the limit of quantification (<0.0015 or <0.008 µg/l). AA-EQS (amount: Aldrin, dieldrin, endrin and isodrine) – 0.005 µg/l.
According to the concentrations of anthracene in the water, the sea area was GES. Minimum concentrations below the limit of quantification (<0.002 µg/l).
According to the concentrations of arsenic in the bottom sediment, the sea area was below GES.
According to the concentrations of atrazine in the water, the sea area was GES. All concentrations below the limit of quantification (<0.1µg/l).
According to the concentrations of benzene in the water, the sea area was GES. All concentrations below the limit of quantification (<0,1 μg/l).
According to the concentrations of bifenox in the water, the sea area was GES. All concentrations below the limit of quantification (<0.00036 μg/l).
According to cadmium concentrations in sediments, the sea area was GES. Minimum concentrations below the limit of quantification (<0.01 mg/kg dry weight).
According to the cadmium concentrations in the water, the sea area was GES. Minimum concentrations below the limit of quantification (<0.1 μg/l).
According to the concentrations of carbon tetrachloride in the water, the sea area was GES. All concentrations below the limit of quantification (<0.2 μg/l).
According to the concentrations of chlorfenvinphos in the water, the sea area reached GES. All concentrations below the limit of quantification (<0.03 µg/l).
According to the concentrations of C10-13-chloroalkanes in the water, the sea area was GES. All concentrations below the limit of quantification (<0.1 μg/l).
According to the chlorpyrifos concentrations in the water, the sea area was GES. All concentrations below the limit of quantification (<0.009 μg/l).
According to chromium concentrations in sediments, the sea area was below GES.
According to the concentrations of chromium in the water, the sea area was GES. Minimum concentrations below the limit of quantification (<0.3 μg/l).
According to copper concentrations in bottom sediments, the sea area was below GES.
According to the concentrations of copper in the water, the sea area was GES. Minimum concentrations below the limit of quantification (<0.8 μg/l).
According to the concentrations of cybutryne in the water, the sea area was GES. All concentrations below the limit of quantification (<0.00075 μg/l).
According to the levels of cypermethrin in the water, the sea area was GES. All concentrations below the limit of quantification (<0.0000024 μg/l).
According to DEHP concentrations in the water, the sea area was below GES. Minimum concentrations below the limit of quantification (<0.01 μg/l). AA-EQS: - 1.3 μg/l.
According to the concentrations of dichloromethane in the water, the sea area was GES. All concentrations below the limit of quantification (<0.2 μg/l).
According to the concentrations of dichlorvos in the water, the sea area was GES. All concentrations below the limit of quantification (<0.000018 µg/l).
According to the dicofol concentrations in biota, the sea area was GES. All concentrations below the limit of quantification (<0.1 µg/kg wet weight).
According to the dicofol concentrations in the water, the sea area was GES. All concentrations below the limit of quantification (<0.0000096 µ/l).
According to the concentrations of dieldrin in the water, the sea area was GES. All concentrations below the limit of quantification (<0.0015 or <0.005 µg/l). AA-EQS (amount: Aldrin, dieldrin, endrin and isodrine) – 0.005 µg/l.
According to the concentrations of diuron in the water, the sea area reached GES. All concentrations below the limit of quantification (<0.06 µg/l).
According to the concentrations of endosulfan in the water, the sea area was GES. Minimum concentrations below the limit of quantification (<0.0015 µg/l). AA-EQS - 0.0005 µg/l and MAC-EQS - 0.004 µg/l.
According to the concentrations of endrin in the water, the sea area was GES. All concentrations below the limit of quantification (<0.0015 or <0.008 µg/l). AA-EQS (amount: Aldrin, dieldrin, endrin and isodrine)– 0.005 µg/l.
According to the concentrations of fluoranthene in biota, the sea area was GES.
According to the concentrations of fluoranthene in the water, the sea area was GES. Minimum concentrations below the limit of quantification (<0.00189 µg/l).
According to HCB concentrations in biota, the sea area reached GES.
According to HCB concentrations in the water, the sea area was in GES. All concentrations below the limit of quantification (<0.008 µg/l). MAC-EQS: - 0.05 µg/l.
According to the concentrations of hexachlorobutadiene (HCBD) in biota, the marine area was in GES. All concentrations below the limit of quantification (<0.5 µg/l).
According to the concentrations of hexachlorobutadiene (HCBD) in the water, the sea area was in GES. All concentrations below the limit of quantification (<0.1 µg/l).
According to the concentrations of hexachlorocyclohexane (HCH) in the water, the sea area was in GES. All concentrations below the limit of quantification.
According to the isodrin concentrations in the water, the sea area reached GES. All concentrations below the limit of quantification (<0.0015 or <0.008 µg/l). AA-EQS (amount: Aldrin, dieldrin, endrin and isodrine)– 0.005 µg/l.
According to the isoproturon concentrations in the water, the sea area was in GES. All concentrations below the limit of quantification (<0.04 µg/l, <0.09 µg/l or <0.1 µg/l). AA-EQS -0.3 µg/l and MAC-EQS -1 µg/l.
According to the concentrations of lead in the bottom sediments, the sea area was in GES.
According to the lead concentrations in the water, the sea area was in GES. Minimum concentrations below the limit of quantification (<0.2 µg/l).
According to the concentrations of naphthalene in the water, the sea area was in GES. Minimum concentrations below the limit of quantification (<0.003 µg/l).
According to nickel concentrations in bottom sediments, the sea area was below GES.
According to the concentrations of nickel in the water, the sea area was GES.
According to the concentrations of octylphenol in the water, the sea area was below GES.
According to the concentrations of pentachlorobenzene in the water, the sea area was in GES. All concentrations below the limit of quantification (<0.00021 µg/l). AA-EQS: – 0.0007 µg/l.
According to the concentrations of pentachlorophenol in the water, the sea area was in GES. All concentrations below the limit of quantification (<0.05 µg/l).
According to the concentrations of petroleum hydrocarbons in the bottom sediments, the sea area was in GES.
According to the concentrations of petroleum hydrocarbons in the water, the sea area was below GES. Minimum concentrations below the limit of quantification (<100 µg/l).
According to the concentrations of PCBs (sum of 28, 52,101, 118, 138, 153, 180) in sediments, the sea area was in GES. All concentrations below the limit of quantification (<0.003 mg/kg dry weight).
According to the levels of quinoxyfen in the water, the sea area was in GES. All concentrations below the limit of quantification (<0.0045 µg/l).
According to the concentrations of simazine in the water, the sea area was GES. All concentrations below the limit of quantification (<0.025µg/l, <0.2 µg/l or <0.3 µg/l). AA-EQS - 1 µg/l and MAC-EQS - 4 µg/l.
According to the concentrations of terbutrin in the water, the sea area was in GES. All concentrations below the limit of quantification (<0.00195 µg/l).
According to the concentrations of tetrachloroethylene in the water, the sea area was in GES. All concentrations below the limit of quantification (<0.1 µg/l).
According to the total DDT concentrations in the water, the sea area was in GES. All concentrations below the limit of quantification.
According to the concentrations of trichlorobenzenes in the water, the sea area was in GES. All concentrations below the limit of quantification (<0.2 µg/l).
According to the concentrations of trichloroethylene in the water, the sea area was in GES. All concentrations below the limit of quantification (<0.1 µg/l).
According to the concentrations of trichloromethane in the water, the sea area was in GES.
According to the concentrations of trifluralin in the water, the sea area was in GES. All concentrations below the limit of quantification (<0.009 µg/l). AA-EQS: - 0.03 µg/l.
According to the zinc concentrations in the sediment, the sea area was in GES.
According to the concentrations of zinc in the water, the sea area was in GES. Minimum concentrations below the limit of quantification (<4 µg/l).
According to the concentrations of benzo(a)pyrene in biota, the sea area was in GES. Minimum concentrations below the limit of quantification (<0.1 µg/kg wet weight).
According to the concentrations of benzo(a)pyrene in the water, the sea area was below GES. Minimum concentrations below the limit of quantification (<0.00005 µg/l).
According to the concentrations of benzo(b)fluoranthene in the water, the sea area was in GES. Lower limits of quantification (<0.00005 µg/l).
According to the concentrations of benzo(g,h,i)perylene in the water, the sea area was below GES. The lowest values observed (<0.00005 µg/l) are lower limits of quantification. The maximum concentration (0,003 µg/l) exceeded the MAC-EQS.
According to the concentrations of benzo(k)fluoranthene in the water, the sea area was in GES. Lower limits of quantification (<0.00005 µg/l).
According to the levels of brominated diphenyl ethers in biota, the sea area was below GES.
According to the concentrations of brominated diphenyl ethers in the water, the sea area was in GES. All concentrations were below the limit of quantification.
According to the levels of dioxins and dioxin-like compounds in biota, the marine area was in GES. The levels found did not exceed the EQS for biota (Amount: PCDD PCDF PCB-DL 0.0065 µg/kg TEQ).
According to the concentrations of heptachlor and heptachlor epoxide in biota, 92 % of the testing sites in the marine area were in good environmental status. Minimum concentration below the limit of quantification (<0.002 µg/kg wet weight).
According to the levels of heptachlor and heptachlor epoxide in water, 100 % of the testing sites in the marine area were of good environmental status. All concentrations are lower limits of quantification.
According to HBCDD concentrations in biota, the marine area was GES.
According to HBCDD concentrations in the water, the sea area was in GES. The lowest values observed (<0.00024 µg/l) are lower limits of quantification. A maximum concentration of - 0,00097 µg/l was not exceeded by MAC-EQS (0,05 µg/l). AA-EQS: - 0.0008 µg/l.
According to the concentrations of mercury in biota, the sea area was below GES. Hg levels varied from <6 to 127 µg/kg wet weight.
In terms of concentrations of mercury in bottom sediments, the sea area was in GES. Hg levels varied from <0.006 to 0.049 mg/kg dry weight.
In terms of concentrations of mercury in bottom sediments, the sea area was GES. Hg levels varied between <0.01 and 0.15 µg/l. MAC-EQS: - 0.07 µg/l.
According to the concentrations of PFOS in biota, the sea area was GES.
According to the concentrations of PFOS in the water, the sea area was below GES. Nine sites were surveyed 5 times a year. The concentrations did not exceed the instantaneous MAC-EQS (7,2 µg/l), but the calculated annual average concentration for each test site was higher than the AA-EQS (0,00013 µg/l). The lowest observed value (<0.000039 µg/l) is a lower limit of quantification. In 2016, surveys were carried out once a year on the same sites. Levels varied between 0,0001 and 0,0037 µg/l and did not exceed the MAC-EQS (7,2 µg/l).
Based on the sum of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (anthracene, benzo(a)anthracene, benzo(g,h,i)perylene, benzo(a)pyrene, chrysene, fluoranthene, indeno(1,2,3-cd)pyrene, pyrene, phenanthrene) in bottom sediments, 100 % of sea area research sites were GES.
According to the concentrations of tributyltin compounds (tributyltin cation) in the sediment, the sea area reached GES. Concentration <0.0003 mg/kg dry weight.
According to the concentrations of tributyltin compounds (tributyltin cation) in the water, the sea area was below GES. Concentrations varied between <0.00006 and 0.005 µg/l.
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Criteria status
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Description criteria
Concentrations of polluting substances in different test media (water, sediment and biota) assess the chemical status of individual study areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03) in different years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle integrates the results of the assessment in individual test media/district/survey sites/years for the marine area at the criterion level (D8C1). The results of the surveys from 2012 to 2017 show that the EQS or other established limit values have been exceeded in different parts of the sea area by: Mercury, petroleum hydrocarbons, benzo(a)pyrene, benzo(g,h,i)perylene, tributyltin compounds (tributyltin cation), di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate, nonylphenols, octylphenols, PFOS
Concentrations of polluting substances in different test media (water, sediment and biota) assess the chemical status of individual study areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03) in different years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle integrates the results of the assessment in individual test media/district/survey sites/years for the marine area at the criterion level (D8C1). The results of the surveys from 2012 to 2017 show that the EQS or other established limit values have been exceeded in different parts of the sea area by: Mercury, petroleum hydrocarbons, benzo(a)pyrene, benzo(g,h,i)perylene, tributyltin compounds (tributyltin cation), di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate, nonylphenols, octylphenols, PFOS
Concentrations of polluting substances in different test media (water, sediment and biota) assess the chemical status of individual study areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03) in different years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle integrates the results of the assessment in individual test media/district/survey sites/years for the marine area at the criterion level (D8C1). The results of the surveys from 2012 to 2017 show that the EQS or other established limit values have been exceeded in different parts of the sea area by: Mercury, petroleum hydrocarbons, benzo(a)pyrene, benzo(g,h,i)perylene, tributyltin compounds (tributyltin cation), di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate, nonylphenols, octylphenols, PFOS
Concentrations of polluting substances in different test media (water, sediment and biota) assess the chemical status of individual study areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03) in different years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle integrates the results of the assessment in individual test media/district/survey sites/years for the marine area at the criterion level (D8C1). The results of the surveys from 2012 to 2017 show that the EQS or other established limit values have been exceeded in different parts of the sea area by: Mercury, petroleum hydrocarbons, benzo(a)pyrene, benzo(g,h,i)perylene, tributyltin compounds (tributyltin cation), di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate, nonylphenols, octylphenols, PFOS
Concentrations of polluting substances in different test media (water, sediment and biota) assess the chemical status of individual study areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03) in different years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle integrates the results of the assessment in individual test media/district/survey sites/years for the marine area at the criterion level (D8C1). The results of the surveys from 2012 to 2017 show that the EQS or other established limit values have been exceeded in different parts of the sea area by: Mercury, petroleum hydrocarbons, benzo(a)pyrene, benzo(g,h,i)perylene, tributyltin compounds (tributyltin cation), di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate, nonylphenols, octylphenols, PFOS
Concentrations of polluting substances in different test media (water, sediment and biota) assess the chemical status of individual study areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03) in different years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle integrates the results of the assessment in individual test media/district/survey sites/years for the marine area at the criterion level (D8C1). The results of the surveys from 2012 to 2017 show that the EQS or other established limit values have been exceeded in different parts of the sea area by: Mercury, petroleum hydrocarbons, benzo(a)pyrene, benzo(g,h,i)perylene, tributyltin compounds (tributyltin cation), di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate, nonylphenols, octylphenols, PFOS
Concentrations of polluting substances in different test media (water, sediment and biota) assess the chemical status of individual study areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03) in different years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle integrates the results of the assessment in individual test media/district/survey sites/years for the marine area at the criterion level (D8C1). The results of the surveys from 2012 to 2017 show that the EQS or other established limit values have been exceeded in different parts of the sea area by: Mercury, petroleum hydrocarbons, benzo(a)pyrene, benzo(g,h,i)perylene, tributyltin compounds (tributyltin cation), di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate, nonylphenols, octylphenols, PFOS
Concentrations of polluting substances in different test media (water, sediment and biota) assess the chemical status of individual study areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03) in different years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle integrates the results of the assessment in individual test media/district/survey sites/years for the marine area at the criterion level (D8C1). The results of the surveys from 2012 to 2017 show that the EQS or other established limit values have been exceeded in different parts of the sea area by: Mercury, petroleum hydrocarbons, benzo(a)pyrene, benzo(g,h,i)perylene, tributyltin compounds (tributyltin cation), di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate, nonylphenols, octylphenols, PFOS
Concentrations of polluting substances in different test media (water, sediment and biota) assess the chemical status of individual study areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03) in different years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle integrates the results of the assessment in individual test media/district/survey sites/years for the marine area at the criterion level (D8C1). The results of the surveys from 2012 to 2017 show that the EQS or other established limit values have been exceeded in different parts of the sea area by: Mercury, petroleum hydrocarbons, benzo(a)pyrene, benzo(g,h,i)perylene, tributyltin compounds (tributyltin cation), di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate, nonylphenols, octylphenols, PFOS
Concentrations of polluting substances in different test media (water, sediment and biota) assess the chemical status of individual study areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03) in different years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle integrates the results of the assessment in individual test media/district/survey sites/years for the marine area at the criterion level (D8C1). The results of the surveys from 2012 to 2017 show that the EQS or other established limit values have been exceeded in different parts of the sea area by: Mercury, petroleum hydrocarbons, benzo(a)pyrene, benzo(g,h,i)perylene, tributyltin compounds (tributyltin cation), di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate, nonylphenols, octylphenols, PFOS
Concentrations of polluting substances in different test media (water, sediment and biota) assess the chemical status of individual study areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03) in different years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle integrates the results of the assessment in individual test media/district/survey sites/years for the marine area at the criterion level (D8C1). The results of the surveys from 2012 to 2017 show that the EQS or other established limit values have been exceeded in different parts of the sea area by: Mercury, petroleum hydrocarbons, benzo(a)pyrene, benzo(g,h,i)perylene, tributyltin compounds (tributyltin cation), di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate, nonylphenols, octylphenols, PFOS
Concentrations of polluting substances in different test media (water, sediment and biota) assess the chemical status of individual study areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03) in different years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle integrates the results of the assessment in individual test media/district/survey sites/years for the marine area at the criterion level (D8C1). The results of the surveys from 2012 to 2017 show that the EQS or other established limit values have been exceeded in different parts of the sea area by: Mercury, petroleum hydrocarbons, benzo(a)pyrene, benzo(g,h,i)perylene, tributyltin compounds (tributyltin cation), di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate, nonylphenols, octylphenols, PFOS
Concentrations of polluting substances in different test media (water, sediment and biota) assess the chemical status of individual study areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03) in different years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle integrates the results of the assessment in individual test media/district/survey sites/years for the marine area at the criterion level (D8C1). The results of the surveys from 2012 to 2017 show that the EQS or other established limit values have been exceeded in different parts of the sea area by: Mercury, petroleum hydrocarbons, benzo(a)pyrene, benzo(g,h,i)perylene, tributyltin compounds (tributyltin cation), di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate, nonylphenols, octylphenols, PFOS
Concentrations of polluting substances in different test media (water, sediment and biota) assess the chemical status of individual study areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03) in different years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle integrates the results of the assessment in individual test media/district/survey sites/years for the marine area at the criterion level (D8C1). The results of the surveys from 2012 to 2017 show that the EQS or other established limit values have been exceeded in different parts of the sea area by: Mercury, petroleum hydrocarbons, benzo(a)pyrene, benzo(g,h,i)perylene, tributyltin compounds (tributyltin cation), di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate, nonylphenols, octylphenols, PFOS
Concentrations of polluting substances in different test media (water, sediment and biota) assess the chemical status of individual study areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03) in different years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle integrates the results of the assessment in individual test media/district/survey sites/years for the marine area at the criterion level (D8C1). The results of the surveys from 2012 to 2017 show that the EQS or other established limit values have been exceeded in different parts of the sea area by: Mercury, petroleum hydrocarbons, benzo(a)pyrene, benzo(g,h,i)perylene, tributyltin compounds (tributyltin cation), di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate, nonylphenols, octylphenols, PFOS
Concentrations of polluting substances in different test media (water, sediment and biota) assess the chemical status of individual study areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03) in different years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle integrates the results of the assessment in individual test media/district/survey sites/years for the marine area at the criterion level (D8C1). The results of the surveys from 2012 to 2017 show that the EQS or other established limit values have been exceeded in different parts of the sea area by: Mercury, petroleum hydrocarbons, benzo(a)pyrene, benzo(g,h,i)perylene, tributyltin compounds (tributyltin cation), di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate, nonylphenols, octylphenols, PFOS
Concentrations of polluting substances in different test media (water, sediment and biota) assess the chemical status of individual study areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03) in different years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle integrates the results of the assessment in individual test media/district/survey sites/years for the marine area at the criterion level (D8C1). The results of the surveys from 2012 to 2017 show that the EQS or other established limit values have been exceeded in different parts of the sea area by: Mercury, petroleum hydrocarbons, benzo(a)pyrene, benzo(g,h,i)perylene, tributyltin compounds (tributyltin cation), di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate, nonylphenols, octylphenols, PFOS
Concentrations of polluting substances in different test media (water, sediment and biota) assess the chemical status of individual study areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03) in different years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle integrates the results of the assessment in individual test media/district/survey sites/years for the marine area at the criterion level (D8C1). The results of the surveys from 2012 to 2017 show that the EQS or other established limit values have been exceeded in different parts of the sea area by: Mercury, petroleum hydrocarbons, benzo(a)pyrene, benzo(g,h,i)perylene, tributyltin compounds (tributyltin cation), di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate, nonylphenols, octylphenols, PFOS
Concentrations of polluting substances in different test media (water, sediment and biota) assess the chemical status of individual study areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03) in different years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle integrates the results of the assessment in individual test media/district/survey sites/years for the marine area at the criterion level (D8C1). The results of the surveys from 2012 to 2017 show that the EQS or other established limit values have been exceeded in different parts of the sea area by: Mercury, petroleum hydrocarbons, benzo(a)pyrene, benzo(g,h,i)perylene, tributyltin compounds (tributyltin cation), di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate, nonylphenols, octylphenols, PFOS
Concentrations of polluting substances in different test media (water, sediment and biota) assess the chemical status of individual study areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03) in different years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle integrates the results of the assessment in individual test media/district/survey sites/years for the marine area at the criterion level (D8C1). The results of the surveys from 2012 to 2017 show that the EQS or other established limit values have been exceeded in different parts of the sea area by: Mercury, petroleum hydrocarbons, benzo(a)pyrene, benzo(g,h,i)perylene, tributyltin compounds (tributyltin cation), di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate, nonylphenols, octylphenols, PFOS
Concentrations of polluting substances in different test media (water, sediment and biota) assess the chemical status of individual study areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03) in different years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle integrates the results of the assessment in individual test media/district/survey sites/years for the marine area at the criterion level (D8C1). The results of the surveys from 2012 to 2017 show that the EQS or other established limit values have been exceeded in different parts of the sea area by: Mercury, petroleum hydrocarbons, benzo(a)pyrene, benzo(g,h,i)perylene, tributyltin compounds (tributyltin cation), di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate, nonylphenols, octylphenols, PFOS
Concentrations of polluting substances in different test media (water, sediment and biota) assess the chemical status of individual study areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03) in different years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle integrates the results of the assessment in individual test media/district/survey sites/years for the marine area at the criterion level (D8C1). The results of the surveys from 2012 to 2017 show that the EQS or other established limit values have been exceeded in different parts of the sea area by: Mercury, petroleum hydrocarbons, benzo(a)pyrene, benzo(g,h,i)perylene, tributyltin compounds (tributyltin cation), di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate, nonylphenols, octylphenols, PFOS
Concentrations of polluting substances in different test media (water, sediment and biota) assess the chemical status of individual study areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03) in different years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle integrates the results of the assessment in individual test media/district/survey sites/years for the marine area at the criterion level (D8C1). The results of the surveys from 2012 to 2017 show that the EQS or other established limit values have been exceeded in different parts of the sea area by: Mercury, petroleum hydrocarbons, benzo(a)pyrene, benzo(g,h,i)perylene, tributyltin compounds (tributyltin cation), di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate, nonylphenols, octylphenols, PFOS
Concentrations of polluting substances in different test media (water, sediment and biota) assess the chemical status of individual study areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03) in different years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle integrates the results of the assessment in individual test media/district/survey sites/years for the marine area at the criterion level (D8C1). The results of the surveys from 2012 to 2017 show that the EQS or other established limit values have been exceeded in different parts of the sea area by: Mercury, petroleum hydrocarbons, benzo(a)pyrene, benzo(g,h,i)perylene, tributyltin compounds (tributyltin cation), di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate, nonylphenols, octylphenols, PFOS
Concentrations of polluting substances in different test media (water, sediment and biota) assess the chemical status of individual study areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03) in different years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle integrates the results of the assessment in individual test media/district/survey sites/years for the marine area at the criterion level (D8C1). The results of the surveys from 2012 to 2017 show that the EQS or other established limit values have been exceeded in different parts of the sea area by: Mercury, petroleum hydrocarbons, benzo(a)pyrene, benzo(g,h,i)perylene, tributyltin compounds (tributyltin cation), di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate, nonylphenols, octylphenols, PFOS
Concentrations of polluting substances in different test media (water, sediment and biota) assess the chemical status of individual study areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03) in different years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle integrates the results of the assessment in individual test media/district/survey sites/years for the marine area at the criterion level (D8C1). The results of the surveys from 2012 to 2017 show that the EQS or other established limit values have been exceeded in different parts of the sea area by: Mercury, petroleum hydrocarbons, benzo(a)pyrene, benzo(g,h,i)perylene, tributyltin compounds (tributyltin cation), di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate, nonylphenols, octylphenols, PFOS
Concentrations of polluting substances in different test media (water, sediment and biota) assess the chemical status of individual study areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03) in different years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle integrates the results of the assessment in individual test media/district/survey sites/years for the marine area at the criterion level (D8C1). The results of the surveys from 2012 to 2017 show that the EQS or other established limit values have been exceeded in different parts of the sea area by: Mercury, petroleum hydrocarbons, benzo(a)pyrene, benzo(g,h,i)perylene, tributyltin compounds (tributyltin cation), di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate, nonylphenols, octylphenols, PFOS
Concentrations of polluting substances in different test media (water, sediment and biota) assess the chemical status of individual study areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03) in different years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle integrates the results of the assessment in individual test media/district/survey sites/years for the marine area at the criterion level (D8C1). The results of the surveys from 2012 to 2017 show that the EQS or other established limit values have been exceeded in different parts of the sea area by: Mercury, petroleum hydrocarbons, benzo(a)pyrene, benzo(g,h,i)perylene, tributyltin compounds (tributyltin cation), di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate, nonylphenols, octylphenols, PFOS
Concentrations of polluting substances in different test media (water, sediment and biota) assess the chemical status of individual study areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03) in different years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle integrates the results of the assessment in individual test media/district/survey sites/years for the marine area at the criterion level (D8C1). The results of the surveys from 2012 to 2017 show that the EQS or other established limit values have been exceeded in different parts of the sea area by: Mercury, petroleum hydrocarbons, benzo(a)pyrene, benzo(g,h,i)perylene, tributyltin compounds (tributyltin cation), di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate, nonylphenols, octylphenols, PFOS
Concentrations of polluting substances in different test media (water, sediment and biota) assess the chemical status of individual study areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03) in different years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle integrates the results of the assessment in individual test media/district/survey sites/years for the marine area at the criterion level (D8C1). The results of the surveys from 2012 to 2017 show that the EQS or other established limit values have been exceeded in different parts of the sea area by: Mercury, petroleum hydrocarbons, benzo(a)pyrene, benzo(g,h,i)perylene, tributyltin compounds (tributyltin cation), di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate, nonylphenols, octylphenols, PFOS
Concentrations of polluting substances in different test media (water, sediment and biota) assess the chemical status of individual study areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03) in different years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle integrates the results of the assessment in individual test media/district/survey sites/years for the marine area at the criterion level (D8C1). The results of the surveys from 2012 to 2017 show that the EQS or other established limit values have been exceeded in different parts of the sea area by: Mercury, petroleum hydrocarbons, benzo(a)pyrene, benzo(g,h,i)perylene, tributyltin compounds (tributyltin cation), di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate, nonylphenols, octylphenols, PFOS
Concentrations of polluting substances in different test media (water, sediment and biota) assess the chemical status of individual study areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03) in different years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle integrates the results of the assessment in individual test media/district/survey sites/years for the marine area at the criterion level (D8C1). The results of the surveys from 2012 to 2017 show that the EQS or other established limit values have been exceeded in different parts of the sea area by: Mercury, petroleum hydrocarbons, benzo(a)pyrene, benzo(g,h,i)perylene, tributyltin compounds (tributyltin cation), di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate, nonylphenols, octylphenols, PFOS
Concentrations of polluting substances in different test media (water, sediment and biota) assess the chemical status of individual study areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03) in different years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle integrates the results of the assessment in individual test media/district/survey sites/years for the marine area at the criterion level (D8C1). The results of the surveys from 2012 to 2017 show that the EQS or other established limit values have been exceeded in different parts of the sea area by: Mercury, petroleum hydrocarbons, benzo(a)pyrene, benzo(g,h,i)perylene, tributyltin compounds (tributyltin cation), di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate, nonylphenols, octylphenols, PFOS
Concentrations of polluting substances in different test media (water, sediment and biota) assess the chemical status of individual study areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03) in different years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle integrates the results of the assessment in individual test media/district/survey sites/years for the marine area at the criterion level (D8C1). The results of the surveys from 2012 to 2017 show that the EQS or other established limit values have been exceeded in different parts of the sea area by: Mercury, petroleum hydrocarbons, benzo(a)pyrene, benzo(g,h,i)perylene, tributyltin compounds (tributyltin cation), di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate, nonylphenols, octylphenols, PFOS
Concentrations of polluting substances in different test media (water, sediment and biota) assess the chemical status of individual study areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03) in different years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle integrates the results of the assessment in individual test media/district/survey sites/years for the marine area at the criterion level (D8C1). The results of the surveys from 2012 to 2017 show that the EQS or other established limit values have been exceeded in different parts of the sea area by: Mercury, petroleum hydrocarbons, benzo(a)pyrene, benzo(g,h,i)perylene, tributyltin compounds (tributyltin cation), di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate, nonylphenols, octylphenols, PFOS
Concentrations of polluting substances in different test media (water, sediment and biota) assess the chemical status of individual study areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03) in different years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle integrates the results of the assessment in individual test media/district/survey sites/years for the marine area at the criterion level (D8C1). The results of the surveys from 2012 to 2017 show that the EQS or other established limit values have been exceeded in different parts of the sea area by: Mercury, petroleum hydrocarbons, benzo(a)pyrene, benzo(g,h,i)perylene, tributyltin compounds (tributyltin cation), di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate, nonylphenols, octylphenols, PFOS
Concentrations of polluting substances in different test media (water, sediment and biota) assess the chemical status of individual study areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03) in different years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle integrates the results of the assessment in individual test media/district/survey sites/years for the marine area at the criterion level (D8C1). The results of the surveys from 2012 to 2017 show that the EQS or other established limit values have been exceeded in different parts of the sea area by: Mercury, petroleum hydrocarbons, benzo(a)pyrene, benzo(g,h,i)perylene, tributyltin compounds (tributyltin cation), di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate, nonylphenols, octylphenols, PFOS
Concentrations of polluting substances in different test media (water, sediment and biota) assess the chemical status of individual study areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03) in different years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle integrates the results of the assessment in individual test media/district/survey sites/years for the marine area at the criterion level (D8C1). The results of the surveys from 2012 to 2017 show that the EQS or other established limit values have been exceeded in different parts of the sea area by: Mercury, petroleum hydrocarbons, benzo(a)pyrene, benzo(g,h,i)perylene, tributyltin compounds (tributyltin cation), di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate, nonylphenols, octylphenols, PFOS
Concentrations of polluting substances in different test media (water, sediment and biota) assess the chemical status of individual study areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03) in different years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle integrates the results of the assessment in individual test media/district/survey sites/years for the marine area at the criterion level (D8C1). The results of the surveys from 2012 to 2017 show that the EQS or other established limit values have been exceeded in different parts of the sea area by: Mercury, petroleum hydrocarbons, benzo(a)pyrene, benzo(g,h,i)perylene, tributyltin compounds (tributyltin cation), di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate, nonylphenols, octylphenols, PFOS
Concentrations of polluting substances in different test media (water, sediment and biota) assess the chemical status of individual study areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03) in different years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle integrates the results of the assessment in individual test media/district/survey sites/years for the marine area at the criterion level (D8C1). The results of the surveys from 2012 to 2017 show that the EQS or other established limit values have been exceeded in different parts of the sea area by: Mercury, petroleum hydrocarbons, benzo(a)pyrene, benzo(g,h,i)perylene, tributyltin compounds (tributyltin cation), di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate, nonylphenols, octylphenols, PFOS
Concentrations of polluting substances in different test media (water, sediment and biota) assess the chemical status of individual study areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03) in different years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle integrates the results of the assessment in individual test media/district/survey sites/years for the marine area at the criterion level (D8C1). The results of the surveys from 2012 to 2017 show that the EQS or other established limit values have been exceeded in different parts of the sea area by: Mercury, petroleum hydrocarbons, benzo(a)pyrene, benzo(g,h,i)perylene, tributyltin compounds (tributyltin cation), di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate, nonylphenols, octylphenols, PFOS
Concentrations of polluting substances in different test media (water, sediment and biota) assess the chemical status of individual study areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03) in different years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle integrates the results of the assessment in individual test media/district/survey sites/years for the marine area at the criterion level (D8C1). The results of the surveys from 2012 to 2017 show that the EQS or other established limit values have been exceeded in different parts of the sea area by: Mercury, petroleum hydrocarbons, benzo(a)pyrene, benzo(g,h,i)perylene, tributyltin compounds (tributyltin cation), di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate, nonylphenols, octylphenols, PFOS
Concentrations of polluting substances in different test media (water, sediment and biota) assess the chemical status of individual study areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03) in different years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle integrates the results of the assessment in individual test media/district/survey sites/years for the marine area at the criterion level (D8C1). The results of the surveys from 2012 to 2017 show that the EQS or other established limit values have been exceeded in different parts of the sea area by: Mercury, petroleum hydrocarbons, benzo(a)pyrene, benzo(g,h,i)perylene, tributyltin compounds (tributyltin cation), di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate, nonylphenols, octylphenols, PFOS
Concentrations of polluting substances in different test media (water, sediment and biota) assess the chemical status of individual study areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03) in different years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle integrates the results of the assessment in individual test media/district/survey sites/years for the marine area at the criterion level (D8C1). The results of the surveys from 2012 to 2017 show that the EQS or other established limit values have been exceeded in different parts of the sea area by: Mercury, petroleum hydrocarbons, benzo(a)pyrene, benzo(g,h,i)perylene, tributyltin compounds (tributyltin cation), di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate, nonylphenols, octylphenols, PFOS
Concentrations of polluting substances in different test media (water, sediment and biota) assess the chemical status of individual study areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03) in different years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle integrates the results of the assessment in individual test media/district/survey sites/years for the marine area at the criterion level (D8C1). The results of the surveys from 2012 to 2017 show that the EQS or other established limit values have been exceeded in different parts of the sea area by: Mercury, petroleum hydrocarbons, benzo(a)pyrene, benzo(g,h,i)perylene, tributyltin compounds (tributyltin cation), di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate, nonylphenols, octylphenols, PFOS
Concentrations of polluting substances in different test media (water, sediment and biota) assess the chemical status of individual study areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03) in different years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle integrates the results of the assessment in individual test media/district/survey sites/years for the marine area at the criterion level (D8C1). The results of the surveys from 2012 to 2017 show that the EQS or other established limit values have been exceeded in different parts of the sea area by: Mercury, petroleum hydrocarbons, benzo(a)pyrene, benzo(g,h,i)perylene, tributyltin compounds (tributyltin cation), di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate, nonylphenols, octylphenols, PFOS
Concentrations of polluting substances in different test media (water, sediment and biota) assess the chemical status of individual study areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03) in different years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle integrates the results of the assessment in individual test media/district/survey sites/years for the marine area at the criterion level (D8C1). The results of the surveys from 2012 to 2017 show that the EQS or other established limit values have been exceeded in different parts of the sea area by: Mercury, petroleum hydrocarbons, benzo(a)pyrene, benzo(g,h,i)perylene, tributyltin compounds (tributyltin cation), di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate, nonylphenols, octylphenols, PFOS
Concentrations of polluting substances in different test media (water, sediment and biota) assess the chemical status of individual study areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03) in different years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle integrates the results of the assessment in individual test media/district/survey sites/years for the marine area at the criterion level (D8C1). The results of the surveys from 2012 to 2017 show that the EQS or other established limit values have been exceeded in different parts of the sea area by: Mercury, petroleum hydrocarbons, benzo(a)pyrene, benzo(g,h,i)perylene, tributyltin compounds (tributyltin cation), di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate, nonylphenols, octylphenols, PFOS
Concentrations of polluting substances in different test media (water, sediment and biota) assess the chemical status of individual study areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03) in different years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle integrates the results of the assessment in individual test media/district/survey sites/years for the marine area at the criterion level (D8C1). The results of the surveys from 2012 to 2017 show that the EQS or other established limit values have been exceeded in different parts of the sea area by: Mercury, petroleum hydrocarbons, benzo(a)pyrene, benzo(g,h,i)perylene, tributyltin compounds (tributyltin cation), di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate, nonylphenols, octylphenols, PFOS
Concentrations of polluting substances in different test media (water, sediment and biota) assess the chemical status of individual study areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03) in different years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle integrates the results of the assessment in individual test media/district/survey sites/years for the marine area at the criterion level (D8C1). The results of the surveys from 2012 to 2017 show that the EQS or other established limit values have been exceeded in different parts of the sea area by: Mercury, petroleum hydrocarbons, benzo(a)pyrene, benzo(g,h,i)perylene, tributyltin compounds (tributyltin cation), di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate, nonylphenols, octylphenols, PFOS
Concentrations of polluting substances in different test media (water, sediment and biota) assess the chemical status of individual study areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03) in different years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle integrates the results of the assessment in individual test media/district/survey sites/years for the marine area at the criterion level (D8C1). The results of the surveys from 2012 to 2017 show that the EQS or other established limit values have been exceeded in different parts of the sea area by: Mercury, petroleum hydrocarbons, benzo(a)pyrene, benzo(g,h,i)perylene, tributyltin compounds (tributyltin cation), di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate, nonylphenols, octylphenols, PFOS
Concentrations of polluting substances in different test media (water, sediment and biota) assess the chemical status of individual study areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03) in different years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle integrates the results of the assessment in individual test media/district/survey sites/years for the marine area at the criterion level (D8C1). The results of the surveys from 2012 to 2017 show that the EQS or other established limit values have been exceeded in different parts of the sea area by: Mercury, petroleum hydrocarbons, benzo(a)pyrene, benzo(g,h,i)perylene, tributyltin compounds (tributyltin cation), di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate, nonylphenols, octylphenols, PFOS
Concentrations of polluting substances in different test media (water, sediment and biota) assess the chemical status of individual study areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03) in different years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle integrates the results of the assessment in individual test media/district/survey sites/years for the marine area at the criterion level (D8C1). The results of the surveys from 2012 to 2017 show that the EQS or other established limit values have been exceeded in different parts of the sea area by: Mercury, petroleum hydrocarbons, benzo(a)pyrene, benzo(g,h,i)perylene, tributyltin compounds (tributyltin cation), di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate, nonylphenols, octylphenols, PFOS
Concentrations of polluting substances in different test media (water, sediment and biota) assess the chemical status of individual study areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03) in different years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle integrates the results of the assessment in individual test media/district/survey sites/years for the marine area at the criterion level (D8C1). The results of the surveys from 2012 to 2017 show that the EQS or other established limit values have been exceeded in different parts of the sea area by: Mercury, petroleum hydrocarbons, benzo(a)pyrene, benzo(g,h,i)perylene, tributyltin compounds (tributyltin cation), di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate, nonylphenols, octylphenols, PFOS
Concentrations of polluting substances in different test media (water, sediment and biota) assess the chemical status of individual study areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03) in different years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle integrates the results of the assessment in individual test media/district/survey sites/years for the marine area at the criterion level (D8C1). The results of the surveys from 2012 to 2017 show that the EQS or other established limit values have been exceeded in different parts of the sea area by: Mercury, petroleum hydrocarbons, benzo(a)pyrene, benzo(g,h,i)perylene, tributyltin compounds (tributyltin cation), di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate, nonylphenols, octylphenols, PFOS
Concentrations of polluting substances in different test media (water, sediment and biota) assess the chemical status of individual study areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03) in different years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle integrates the results of the assessment in individual test media/district/survey sites/years for the marine area at the criterion level (D8C1). The results of the surveys from 2012 to 2017 show that the EQS or other established limit values have been exceeded in different parts of the sea area by: Mercury, petroleum hydrocarbons, benzo(a)pyrene, benzo(g,h,i)perylene, tributyltin compounds (tributyltin cation), di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate, nonylphenols, octylphenols, PFOS
Concentrations of polluting substances in different test media (water, sediment and biota) assess the chemical status of individual study areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03) in different years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle integrates the results of the assessment in individual test media/district/survey sites/years for the marine area at the criterion level (D8C1). The results of the surveys from 2012 to 2017 show that the EQS or other established limit values have been exceeded in different parts of the sea area by: Mercury, petroleum hydrocarbons, benzo(a)pyrene, benzo(g,h,i)perylene, tributyltin compounds (tributyltin cation), di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate, nonylphenols, octylphenols, PFOS
Concentrations of polluting substances in different test media (water, sediment and biota) assess the chemical status of individual study areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03) in different years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle integrates the results of the assessment in individual test media/district/survey sites/years for the marine area at the criterion level (D8C1). The results of the surveys from 2012 to 2017 show that the EQS or other established limit values have been exceeded in different parts of the sea area by: Mercury, petroleum hydrocarbons, benzo(a)pyrene, benzo(g,h,i)perylene, tributyltin compounds (tributyltin cation), di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate, nonylphenols, octylphenols, PFOS
Concentrations of polluting substances in different test media (water, sediment and biota) assess the chemical status of individual study areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03) in different years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle integrates the results of the assessment in individual test media/district/survey sites/years for the marine area at the criterion level (D8C1). The results of the surveys from 2012 to 2017 show that the EQS or other established limit values have been exceeded in different parts of the sea area by: Mercury, petroleum hydrocarbons, benzo(a)pyrene, benzo(g,h,i)perylene, tributyltin compounds (tributyltin cation), di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate, nonylphenols, octylphenols, PFOS
Concentrations of polluting substances in different test media (water, sediment and biota) assess the chemical status of individual study areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03) in different years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle integrates the results of the assessment in individual test media/district/survey sites/years for the marine area at the criterion level (D8C1). The results of the surveys from 2012 to 2017 show that the EQS or other established limit values have been exceeded in different parts of the sea area by: Mercury, petroleum hydrocarbons, benzo(a)pyrene, benzo(g,h,i)perylene, tributyltin compounds (tributyltin cation), di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate, nonylphenols, octylphenols, PFOS
Concentrations of polluting substances in different test media (water, sediment and biota) assess the chemical status of individual study areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03) in different years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle integrates the results of the assessment in individual test media/district/survey sites/years for the marine area at the criterion level (D8C1). The results of the surveys from 2012 to 2017 show that the EQS or other established limit values have been exceeded in different parts of the sea area by: Mercury, petroleum hydrocarbons, benzo(a)pyrene, benzo(g,h,i)perylene, tributyltin compounds (tributyltin cation), di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate, nonylphenols, octylphenols, PFOS
Concentrations of polluting substances in different test media (water, sediment and biota) assess the chemical status of individual study areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03) in different years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle integrates the results of the assessment in individual test media/district/survey sites/years for the marine area at the criterion level (D8C1). The results of the surveys from 2012 to 2017 show that the EQS or other established limit values have been exceeded in different parts of the sea area by: Mercury, petroleum hydrocarbons, benzo(a)pyrene, benzo(g,h,i)perylene, tributyltin compounds (tributyltin cation), di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate, nonylphenols, octylphenols, PFOS
Concentrations of polluting substances in different test media (water, sediment and biota) assess the chemical status of individual study areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03) in different years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle integrates the results of the assessment in individual test media/district/survey sites/years for the marine area at the criterion level (D8C1). The results of the surveys from 2012 to 2017 show that the EQS or other established limit values have been exceeded in different parts of the sea area by: Mercury, petroleum hydrocarbons, benzo(a)pyrene, benzo(g,h,i)perylene, tributyltin compounds (tributyltin cation), di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate, nonylphenols, octylphenols, PFOS
Concentrations of polluting substances in different test media (water, sediment and biota) assess the chemical status of individual study areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03) in different years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle integrates the results of the assessment in individual test media/district/survey sites/years for the marine area at the criterion level (D8C1). The results of the surveys from 2012 to 2017 show that the EQS or other established limit values have been exceeded in different parts of the sea area by: Mercury, petroleum hydrocarbons, benzo(a)pyrene, benzo(g,h,i)perylene, tributyltin compounds (tributyltin cation), di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate, nonylphenols, octylphenols, PFOS
Concentrations of polluting substances in different test media (water, sediment and biota) assess the chemical status of individual study areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03) in different years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle integrates the results of the assessment in individual test media/district/survey sites/years for the marine area at the criterion level (D8C1). The results of the surveys from 2012 to 2017 show that the EQS or other established limit values have been exceeded in different parts of the sea area by: Mercury, petroleum hydrocarbons, benzo(a)pyrene, benzo(g,h,i)perylene, tributyltin compounds (tributyltin cation), di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate, nonylphenols, octylphenols, PFOS
Concentrations of polluting substances in different test media (water, sediment and biota) assess the chemical status of individual study areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03) in different years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle integrates the results of the assessment in individual test media/district/survey sites/years for the marine area at the criterion level (D8C1). The results of the surveys from 2012 to 2017 show that the EQS or other established limit values have been exceeded in different parts of the sea area by: Mercury, petroleum hydrocarbons, benzo(a)pyrene, benzo(g,h,i)perylene, tributyltin compounds (tributyltin cation), di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate, nonylphenols, octylphenols, PFOS
Concentrations of polluting substances in different test media (water, sediment and biota) assess the chemical status of individual study areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03) in different years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle integrates the results of the assessment in individual test media/district/survey sites/years for the marine area at the criterion level (D8C1). The results of the surveys from 2012 to 2017 show that the EQS or other established limit values have been exceeded in different parts of the sea area by: Mercury, petroleum hydrocarbons, benzo(a)pyrene, benzo(g,h,i)perylene, tributyltin compounds (tributyltin cation), di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate, nonylphenols, octylphenols, PFOS
Concentrations of polluting substances in different test media (water, sediment and biota) assess the chemical status of individual study areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03) in different years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle integrates the results of the assessment in individual test media/district/survey sites/years for the marine area at the criterion level (D8C1). The results of the surveys from 2012 to 2017 show that the EQS or other established limit values have been exceeded in different parts of the sea area by: Mercury, petroleum hydrocarbons, benzo(a)pyrene, benzo(g,h,i)perylene, tributyltin compounds (tributyltin cation), di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate, nonylphenols, octylphenols, PFOS
Concentrations of polluting substances in different test media (water, sediment and biota) assess the chemical status of individual study areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03) in different years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle integrates the results of the assessment in individual test media/district/survey sites/years for the marine area at the criterion level (D8C1). The results of the surveys from 2012 to 2017 show that the EQS or other established limit values have been exceeded in different parts of the sea area by: Mercury, petroleum hydrocarbons, benzo(a)pyrene, benzo(g,h,i)perylene, tributyltin compounds (tributyltin cation), di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate, nonylphenols, octylphenols, PFOS
Concentrations of polluting substances in different test media (water, sediment and biota) assess the chemical status of individual study areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03) in different years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle integrates the results of the assessment in individual test media/district/survey sites/years for the marine area at the criterion level (D8C1). The results of the surveys from 2012 to 2017 show that the EQS or other established limit values have been exceeded in different parts of the sea area by: Mercury, petroleum hydrocarbons, benzo(a)pyrene, benzo(g,h,i)perylene, tributyltin compounds (tributyltin cation), di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate, nonylphenols, octylphenols, PFOS
Concentrations of polluting substances in different test media (water, sediment and biota) assess the chemical status of individual study areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03) in different years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle integrates the results of the assessment in individual test media/district/survey sites/years for the marine area at the criterion level (D8C1). The results of the surveys from 2012 to 2017 show that the EQS or other established limit values have been exceeded in different parts of the sea area by: Mercury, petroleum hydrocarbons, benzo(a)pyrene, benzo(g,h,i)perylene, tributyltin compounds (tributyltin cation), di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate, nonylphenols, octylphenols, PFOS
Concentrations of polluting substances in different test media (water, sediment and biota) assess the chemical status of individual study areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03) in different years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle integrates the results of the assessment in individual test media/district/survey sites/years for the marine area at the criterion level (D8C1). The results of the surveys from 2012 to 2017 show that the EQS or other established limit values have been exceeded in different parts of the sea area by: Mercury, petroleum hydrocarbons, benzo(a)pyrene, benzo(g,h,i)perylene, tributyltin compounds (tributyltin cation), di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate, nonylphenols, octylphenols, PFOS
Concentrations of polluting substances in different test media (water, sediment and biota) assess the chemical status of individual study areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03) in different years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle integrates the results of the assessment in individual test media/district/survey sites/years for the marine area at the criterion level (D8C1). The results of the surveys from 2012 to 2017 show that the EQS or other established limit values have been exceeded in different parts of the sea area by: Mercury, petroleum hydrocarbons, benzo(a)pyrene, benzo(g,h,i)perylene, tributyltin compounds (tributyltin cation), di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate, nonylphenols, octylphenols, PFOS
Concentrations of polluting substances in different test media (water, sediment and biota) assess the chemical status of individual study areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03) in different years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle integrates the results of the assessment in individual test media/district/survey sites/years for the marine area at the criterion level (D8C1). The results of the surveys from 2012 to 2017 show that the EQS or other established limit values have been exceeded in different parts of the sea area by: Mercury, petroleum hydrocarbons, benzo(a)pyrene, benzo(g,h,i)perylene, tributyltin compounds (tributyltin cation), di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate, nonylphenols, octylphenols, PFOS
Concentrations of polluting substances in different test media (water, sediment and biota) assess the chemical status of individual study areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03) in different years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle integrates the results of the assessment in individual test media/district/survey sites/years for the marine area at the criterion level (D8C1). The results of the surveys from 2012 to 2017 show that the EQS or other established limit values have been exceeded in different parts of the sea area by: Mercury, petroleum hydrocarbons, benzo(a)pyrene, benzo(g,h,i)perylene, tributyltin compounds (tributyltin cation), di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate, nonylphenols, octylphenols, PFOS
Concentrations of polluting substances in different test media (water, sediment and biota) assess the chemical status of individual study areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03) in different years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle integrates the results of the assessment in individual test media/district/survey sites/years for the marine area at the criterion level (D8C1). The results of the surveys from 2012 to 2017 show that the EQS or other established limit values have been exceeded in different parts of the sea area by: Mercury, petroleum hydrocarbons, benzo(a)pyrene, benzo(g,h,i)perylene, tributyltin compounds (tributyltin cation), di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate, nonylphenols, octylphenols, PFOS
Concentrations of polluting substances in different test media (water, sediment and biota) assess the chemical status of individual study areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03) in different years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle integrates the results of the assessment in individual test media/district/survey sites/years for the marine area at the criterion level (D8C1). The results of the surveys from 2012 to 2017 show that the EQS or other established limit values have been exceeded in different parts of the sea area by: Mercury, petroleum hydrocarbons, benzo(a)pyrene, benzo(g,h,i)perylene, tributyltin compounds (tributyltin cation), di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate, nonylphenols, octylphenols, PFOS
Concentrations of polluting substances in different test media (water, sediment and biota) assess the chemical status of individual study areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03) in different years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle integrates the results of the assessment in individual test media/district/survey sites/years for the marine area at the criterion level (D8C1). The results of the surveys from 2012 to 2017 show that the EQS or other established limit values have been exceeded in different parts of the sea area by: Mercury, petroleum hydrocarbons, benzo(a)pyrene, benzo(g,h,i)perylene, tributyltin compounds (tributyltin cation), di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate, nonylphenols, octylphenols, PFOS
Concentrations of polluting substances in different test media (water, sediment and biota) assess the chemical status of individual study areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03) in different years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle integrates the results of the assessment in individual test media/district/survey sites/years for the marine area at the criterion level (D8C1). The results of the surveys from 2012 to 2017 show that the EQS or other established limit values have been exceeded in different parts of the sea area by: Mercury, petroleum hydrocarbons, benzo(a)pyrene, benzo(g,h,i)perylene, tributyltin compounds (tributyltin cation), di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate, nonylphenols, octylphenols, PFOS
Concentrations of polluting substances in different test media (water, sediment and biota) assess the chemical status of individual study areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03) in different years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle integrates the results of the assessment in individual test media/district/survey sites/years for the marine area at the criterion level (D8C1). The results of the surveys from 2012 to 2017 show that the EQS or other established limit values have been exceeded in different parts of the sea area by: Mercury, petroleum hydrocarbons, benzo(a)pyrene, benzo(g,h,i)perylene, tributyltin compounds (tributyltin cation), di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate, nonylphenols, octylphenols, PFOS
Concentrations of polluting substances in different test media (water, sediment and biota) assess the chemical status of individual study areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03) in different years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle integrates the results of the assessment in individual test media/district/survey sites/years for the marine area at the criterion level (D8C1). The results of the surveys from 2012 to 2017 show that the EQS or other established limit values have been exceeded in different parts of the sea area by: Mercury, petroleum hydrocarbons, benzo(a)pyrene, benzo(g,h,i)perylene, tributyltin compounds (tributyltin cation), di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate, nonylphenols, octylphenols, PFOS
Concentrations of polluting substances in different test media (water, sediment and biota) assess the chemical status of individual study areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03) in different years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle integrates the results of the assessment in individual test media/district/survey sites/years for the marine area at the criterion level (D8C1). The results of the surveys from 2012 to 2017 show that the EQS or other established limit values have been exceeded in different parts of the sea area by: Mercury, petroleum hydrocarbons, benzo(a)pyrene, benzo(g,h,i)perylene, tributyltin compounds (tributyltin cation), di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate, nonylphenols, octylphenols, PFOS
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Description element
Based on data for the period 2012-2017, all sea area survey sites were in GES based on concentrations of 1,2-dichloroethane in water.
According to data for the period 2012-2017, according to the concentrations of nonylphenol (4-nonylphenol) in water, 78 % of the sites in the marine area were in good environmental status.
According to data from 2015 to 2016, according to aclonifen concentrations in water, 100 % of the marine study sites were of good environmental status.
According to data for the period 2012-2017, according to the concentrations of alachlor in water, 100 % of the marine study sites were of good environmental status.
According to data for the period 2012-2017, according to the concentrations of aldrin in water, 100 % of the sea area was at good environmental status.
According to data from 2013 to 2016, according to anthracene concentrations in water, 100 % of the sites in the marine area were at good environmental status.
According to data from the period 2012-2017, according to arsenic concentrations in sediment, 86 % of the marine study sites were in good environmental status.
According to data for the period 2012-2017, according to the concentrations of atrazine in water, 100 % of the sites in the marine area were of good environmental status.
According to data for the period 2012-2017, according to the concentrations of benzene in water, all sites in the marine area were in GES.
According to data from 2015 to 2016, according to the concentrations of bifenox in water, 100 % of the sites in the marine area were in good environmental status.
According to data for the period 2012-2017, in terms of cadmium concentrations in water and sediment, 100 % of marine study sites were in good environmental status. Between 2012 and 2015, cadmium concentrations in the water in the Lithuanian Baltic Sea area were stable (mostly below the limit of quantification, i.e. < 0,1 μg/l) and the annual average values in the study stations did not exceed the established value of AA-EQS (0,2 μg/l) more than once. By comparison, between 2008 and 2011, cadmium concentrations exceeded the environmental quality standard by as much as 11 % of water samples. Cadmium concentrations in biota varied from 11 to 830 (average 184) μg/kg wet weight, there is no official EQS for cadmium in biota.
According to data for the period 2012-2017, in terms of cadmium concentrations in water and sediment, 100 % of marine study sites were in good environmental status. Between 2012 and 2015, cadmium concentrations in the water in the Lithuanian Baltic Sea area were stable (mostly below the limit of quantification, i.e. < 0,1 μg/l) and the annual average values in the study stations did not exceed the established value of AA-EQS (0,2 μg/l) more than once. By comparison, between 2008 and 2011, cadmium concentrations exceeded the environmental quality standard by as much as 11 % of water samples. Cadmium concentrations in biota varied from 11 to 830 (average 184) μg/kg wet weight, there is no official EQS for cadmium in biota.
According to data for the period 2012-2017, according to the concentrations of carbon tetrachloride in water, 100 % of the sites in the marine area were in good environmental status.
According to data for the period 2012-2017, according to the concentrations of chlorfenvinphos in water, 100 % of the sites in the marine area were of good environmental status.
According to data for the period 2012-2017, according to the concentrations of C10-13-chloroalkanes in water, 100 % of the marine study sites were of good environmental status.
According to data for the period from 2012 to 2017, according to chlorpyrifos concentrations in water, 100 % of the testing sites in the marine area were of good environmental status.
According to data for the period 2012-2017, according to chromium concentrations: 1) in water, 100 % of the survey sites in the marine area corresponded to GES
According to data for the period 2012-2017, according to chromium concentrations: 1) in water, 100 % of the survey sites in the marine area corresponded to GES
Based on data for the period from 2012 to 2017, according to copper concentrations: 1) in water, 100 % of the survey sites in the marine area corresponded to GES
Based on data for the period from 2012 to 2017, according to copper concentrations: 1) in water, 100 % of the survey sites in the marine area corresponded to GES
According to data from 2015 to 2016, according to the levels of cybutryne in water, 100 % of the marine study sites were at good environmental status.
According to data from 2015 to 2016, according to the levels of cypermethrin in water, 100 % of the marine study sites were at good environmental status.
According to data from 2012 to 2017, according to DEHP concentrations in water, 84 % of the marine area was at good environmental status.
According to data for the period 2012-2017, according to the levels of dichloromethane in water, 100 % of the sites in the marine area were in good environmental status.
According to data from 2015 to 2016, according to the levels of dichlorvos in water, 100 % of the survey sites in the marine area were of good environmental status.
According to data from 2015 to 2016, in terms of dicofol concentrations in water and biota, 100 % of the sea area survey sites corresponded to GES
According to data from 2015 to 2016, in terms of dicofol concentrations in water and biota, 100 % of the sea area survey sites corresponded to GES
According to data for the period 2012-2017, according to the levels of dieldrin in water, 100 % of the sites in the marine area were at good environmental status.
According to data for the period 2012-2017, according to the levels of diuron in water, 100 % of the marine study sites were at good environmental status.
According to data for the period 2012-2017, according to endosulfan concentrations in water, 100 % of the marine area was at good environmental status.
According to data for the period 2012-2017, according to endrin concentrations in water, 100 % of the sites in the marine area were at good environmental status.
According to data from 2013 to 2016, in terms of levels of fluoranthene in water and biota, 100 % of the marine area was at good environmental status.
According to data from 2013 to 2016, in terms of levels of fluoranthene in water and biota, 100 % of the marine area was at good environmental status.
According to data for the period 2012-2017, according to HCB concentrations in water and biota, 100 % of the marine area was at good environmental status.
According to data for the period 2012-2017, according to HCB concentrations in water and biota, 100 % of the marine area was at good environmental status.
According to data for the period 2012-2017, according to the concentrations of hexachlorobutadiene (HCBD) in water and biota, 100 % of the sea area survey sites were GES -compliant.
According to data for the period 2012-2017, according to the concentrations of hexachlorobutadiene (HCBD) in water and biota, 100 % of the sea area survey sites were GES -compliant.
According to data for the period 2012-2017, according to the levels of hexachlorocyclohexane (HCH) in water, 100 % of the sites in the marine area were in good environmental status.
According to data for the period 2012-2017, according to isodrin concentrations in water, 100 % of the sites in the marine area were in good environmental status.
According to data from 2012 to 2017, according to isoproturon concentrations in water, 100 % of the marine study sites were in good environmental status.
Based on data for the period 2012-2017, in terms of lead concentrations in water and sediment, 100 % of the sea area survey sites were GES-compliant.
Based on data for the period 2012-2017, in terms of lead concentrations in water and sediment, 100 % of the sea area survey sites were GES-compliant.
According to data from 2013 to 2016, according to concentrations of naphthalene compounds in water, 100 % of the marine area was in good environmental status.
Based on data for the period 2012-2017, according to nickel concentrations: 1) in water, 100 % of the survey sites in the marine area corresponded to GES
Based on data for the period 2012-2017, according to nickel concentrations: 1) in water, 100 % of the survey sites in the marine area corresponded to GES
According to data for the period 2012-2017, according to the levels of octylphenol in water, all testing sites in the sea area were below GES. The studies were carried out between 2015 and 2016.
According to data for the period 2012-2017, according to the levels of pentachlorobenzene in water, 100 % of the marine area was at good environmental status.
According to data for the period from 2012 to 2017, according to the concentrations of pentachlorophenol in water, 100 % of the testing sites in the marine area were of good environmental status.
Based on data for the period from 2012 to 2017, according to the concentrations of petroleum hydrocarbons: 1) in water, 95 % of the survey sites in the marine area corresponded to GES
Based on data for the period from 2012 to 2017, according to the concentrations of petroleum hydrocarbons: 1) in water, 95 % of the survey sites in the marine area corresponded to GES
Based on data for the period 2012-2017, according to the concentrations of PCBs (sum 28, 52,101, 118, 138, 153, 180) in the bottom sediments - 100% of the sea area survey sites were in good environmental condition.
According to data from 2015 to 2016, according to the levels of quinoxyfen in water, 100 % of the marine study sites were in good environmental status.
According to data for the period 2012-2017, according to the water concentrations of simazine, 100 % of the sites in the marine area were in good environmental status.
According to data from 2015 to 2016, according to the concentrations of terbutrin in water, 100 % of the marine study sites were in good environmental status.
According to data for the period 2012-2017, according to the concentrations of tetrachloroethylene in water, 100 % of the sites in the marine area were of good environmental status.
According to data for the period from 2012 to 2017, according to the total DDT concentrations in water, 100 % of the survey sites in the marine area were at good environmental status.
According to data for the period 2012-2017, according to the concentrations of trichlorobenzenes in water, 100 % of the marine study sites were in good environmental status.
According to data for the period from 2012 to 2017, according to the concentrations of trichloroethylene in water, 100 % of the survey sites in the marine area were of good environmental status.
According to data for the period 2012-2017, according to the concentrations of trichloromethane in water, 100 % of the marine study sites were in good environmental status.
According to data for the period 2012-2017, according to the levels of trifluralin in water, 100 % of the marine study sites were in good environmental status.
According to data for the period from 2012 to 2017, according to zinc concentrations in water and sediment, 100 % of marine study sites were in good environmental status.
According to data for the period from 2012 to 2017, according to zinc concentrations in water and sediment, 100 % of marine study sites were in good environmental status.
Based on the data for the period 2012-2017, according to the concentrations of benzo (a) pyrene: 1) in water - 95% of the research sites in the marine area complied with the GES; 2) in biota - 100% of marine research sites complied with GES. Based on benzo (a) pyrene concentrations in different study media, the marine area achieved GES at concentrations in biota and did not reach GES at concentrations in water. The general chemical status of the marine area (BAL-LT-MS-01) by element (benzo (a) pyrene) is not good.
Based on the data for the period 2012-2017, according to the concentrations of benzo (a) pyrene: 1) in water - 95% of the research sites in the marine area complied with the GES; 2) in biota - 100% of marine research sites complied with GES. Based on benzo (a) pyrene concentrations in different study media, the marine area achieved GES at concentrations in biota and did not reach GES at concentrations in water. The general chemical status of the marine area (BAL-LT-MS-01) by element (benzo (a) pyrene) is not good.
Based on data for the period 2013-2016, 100 % of sea area survey stations were in GES based on concentrations of benzo(b)fluoranthene in water.
According to data for the period 2012-2017, according to the concentrations of benzo(g,h,i)perilene in water, 95 % of the marine survey sites were GES.
Based on data for the period 2012-2017, 100 % of sea area survey stations were in GESbased on concentrations of benzo(k)fluoranthene in water.
Based on the data for the 2014-2016 period, according to the concentrations of brominated diphenylethers: 1) in water - 100% of the research sites in the sea area were in good environmental condition; 2) in biota - 42% of the marine area was in good environmental condition. Based on the concentrations of brominated diphenylethers in different study media, the marine area reached GES by concentrations in water and did not reach GES by concentrations in biota. The general chemical status of the marine area (BAL-LT-MS-01) by element (brominated diphenylethers) is not good.
Based on the data for the 2014-2016 period, according to the concentrations of brominated diphenylethers: 1) in water - 100% of the research sites in the sea area were in good environmental condition; 2) in biota - 42% of the marine area was in good environmental condition. Based on the concentrations of brominated diphenylethers in different study media, the marine area reached GES by concentrations in water and did not reach GES by concentrations in biota. The general chemical status of the marine area (BAL-LT-MS-01) by element (brominated diphenylethers) is not good.
Based on data from 2015 to 2016, according to the levels of dioxins and dioxin-like compounds in biota, 100 % of testing sites in the marine area were in good environmental status. The overall chemical status of the marine area (BAL-LT-MS-01) by element (dioxins and dioxin-like compounds) is good.
Based on the data for the 2012-2017 period, according to the concentrations of heptachlor and heptachlor epoxide: 1) in water - 100% of the research sites in the sea area were in good environmental condition; 2) in biota - 92% of the research sites in the marine area were in good environmental condition. Based on the concentrations of heptachlor and heptachlor epoxide in different study media, the marine area reached GES at concentrations in water and did not reach GES at concentrations in biota. The general chemical status of the marine area (BAL-LT-MS-01) by element (heptachlor and heptachlor epoxide) is not good.
Based on the data for the 2012-2017 period, according to the concentrations of heptachlor and heptachlor epoxide: 1) in water - 100% of the research sites in the sea area were in good environmental condition; 2) in biota - 92% of the research sites in the marine area were in good environmental condition. Based on the concentrations of heptachlor and heptachlor epoxide in different study media, the marine area reached GES at concentrations in water and did not reach GES at concentrations in biota. The general chemical status of the marine area (BAL-LT-MS-01) by element (heptachlor and heptachlor epoxide) is not good.
According to data for the period 2012-2017, according to HBCDD concentrations in water and biota, 100 % of the marine study sites were in good environmental status. The total chemical status of the marine area (BAL-LT-MS-01) by element (HBCDD) is good.
According to data for the period 2012-2017, according to HBCDD concentrations in water and biota, 100 % of the marine study sites were in good environmental status. The total chemical status of the marine area (BAL-LT-MS-01) by element (HBCDD) is good.
Based on the data for the 2012-2017 period, according to the concentrations of mercury: 1) in water - 86% of the research sites in the marine area were in good environmental condition; 2) in bottom sediments - 100% of the sea area survey sites were in good environmental condition; 3) in biota - 25% of the marine area was in good environmental condition. In terms of mercury concentrations in different study media, the marine area sought GES at concentrations in water and bottom sediments and did not reach GES at concentrations in biota. The general chemical status of the marine area (BAL-LT-MS-01) by element (mercury) is poor.
Based on the data for the 2012-2017 period, according to the concentrations of mercury: 1) in water - 86% of the research sites in the marine area were in good environmental condition; 2) in bottom sediments - 100% of the sea area survey sites were in good environmental condition; 3) in biota - 25% of the marine area was in good environmental condition. In terms of mercury concentrations in different study media, the marine area sought GES at concentrations in water and bottom sediments and did not reach GES at concentrations in biota. The general chemical status of the marine area (BAL-LT-MS-01) by element (mercury) is poor.
Based on the data for the 2012-2017 period, according to the concentrations of mercury: 1) in water - 86% of the research sites in the marine area were in good environmental condition; 2) in bottom sediments - 100% of the sea area survey sites were in good environmental condition; 3) in biota - 25% of the marine area was in good environmental condition. In terms of mercury concentrations in different study media, the marine area sought GES at concentrations in water and bottom sediments and did not reach GES at concentrations in biota. The general chemical status of the marine area (BAL-LT-MS-01) by element (mercury) is poor.
Based on the data for 2015, according to PFOS concentrations: 1) in water - 0% of the study sites in the marine area reached GES (MV-EQS exceeded in all study sites); 2) in biota - 100% of marine research sites reached GES. In terms of PFOS concentrations in different study media, the marine area did not reach GES at concentrations in water and pursued GES at concentrations in biota. The general chemical status of the marine area (BAL-LT-MS-01) by element (PFOS) is not good.
Based on the data for 2015, according to PFOS concentrations: 1) in water - 0% of the study sites in the marine area reached GES (MV-EQS exceeded in all study sites); 2) in biota - 100% of marine research sites reached GES. In terms of PFOS concentrations in different study media, the marine area did not reach GES at concentrations in water and pursued GES at concentrations in biota. The general chemical status of the marine area (BAL-LT-MS-01) by element (PFOS) is not good.
Based on data for the period 2012-2017, by the sum of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (anthracene, benz (a) anthracene, benz (g, h, i) perylene, benz (a) pyrene, chrysene, fluoranthene, indene (1,2,3-cd) pyrene), pyrene, phenanthrene) in bottom sediments - 100% of marine research sites were in GES.
Based on the data for the 2012-2017 period, according to the concentrations of tributyltin compounds (tributyltin cation): 1) in water - 95% of the research sites in the sea area complied with GES; 2) in bottom sediments - 100% of the sea area survey sites complied with GES. Based on the concentrations of tributyltin compounds (tributyltin cation) in different study media, the sea area reached GES by concentrations in bottom sediments and did not reach GES by concentrations in water. The general chemical status of the marine area (BAL-LT-MS-01) by element (tributyltin compounds (tributyltin cation)) is not good.
Based on the data for the 2012-2017 period, according to the concentrations of tributyltin compounds (tributyltin cation): 1) in water - 95% of the research sites in the sea area complied with GES; 2) in bottom sediments - 100% of the sea area survey sites complied with GES. Based on the concentrations of tributyltin compounds (tributyltin cation) in different study media, the sea area reached GES by concentrations in bottom sediments and did not reach GES by concentrations in water. The general chemical status of the marine area (BAL-LT-MS-01) by element (tributyltin compounds (tributyltin cation)) is not good.
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Integration rule description parameter
On the basis of the concentrations of polluting substances (elements) in the different test media (water, sediment and biota), the OOAO principle assesses the overall chemical status of the marine area.
On the basis of the concentrations of polluting substances (elements) in the different test media (water, sediment and biota), the OOAO principle assesses the overall chemical status of the marine area.
On the basis of the concentrations of polluting substances (elements) in the different test media (water, sediment and biota), the OOAO principle assesses the overall chemical status of the marine area.
On the basis of the concentrations of polluting substances (elements) in the different test media (water, sediment and biota), the OOAO principle assesses the overall chemical status of the marine area.
On the basis of the concentrations of polluting substances (elements) in the different test media (water, sediment and biota), the OOAO principle assesses the overall chemical status of the marine area.
On the basis of the concentrations of polluting substances (elements) in the different test media (water, sediment and biota), the OOAO principle assesses the overall chemical status of the marine area.
On the basis of the concentrations of polluting substances (elements) in the different test media (water, sediment and biota), the OOAO principle assesses the overall chemical status of the marine area.
On the basis of the concentrations of polluting substances (elements) in the different test media (water, sediment and biota), the OOAO principle assesses the overall chemical status of the marine area.
On the basis of the concentrations of polluting substances (elements) in the different test media (water, sediment and biota), the OOAO principle assesses the overall chemical status of the marine area.
On the basis of the concentrations of polluting substances (elements) in the different test media (water, sediment and biota), the OOAO principle assesses the overall chemical status of the marine area.
On the basis of the concentrations of polluting substances (elements) in the different test media (water, sediment and biota), the OOAO principle assesses the overall chemical status of the marine area.
On the basis of the concentrations of polluting substances (elements) in the different test media (water, sediment and biota), the OOAO principle assesses the overall chemical status of the marine area.
On the basis of the concentrations of polluting substances (elements) in the different test media (water, sediment and biota), the OOAO principle assesses the overall chemical status of the marine area.
On the basis of the concentrations of polluting substances (elements) in the different test media (water, sediment and biota), the OOAO principle assesses the overall chemical status of the marine area.
On the basis of the concentrations of polluting substances (elements) in the different test media (water, sediment and biota), the OOAO principle assesses the overall chemical status of the marine area.
On the basis of the concentrations of polluting substances (elements) in the different test media (water, sediment and biota), the OOAO principle assesses the overall chemical status of the marine area.
On the basis of the concentrations of polluting substances (elements) in the different test media (water, sediment and biota), the OOAO principle assesses the overall chemical status of the marine area.
On the basis of the concentrations of polluting substances (elements) in the different test media (water, sediment and biota), the OOAO principle assesses the overall chemical status of the marine area.
On the basis of the concentrations of polluting substances (elements) in the different test media (water, sediment and biota), the OOAO principle assesses the overall chemical status of the marine area.
On the basis of the concentrations of polluting substances (elements) in the different test media (water, sediment and biota), the OOAO principle assesses the overall chemical status of the marine area.
On the basis of the concentrations of polluting substances (elements) in the different test media (water, sediment and biota), the OOAO principle assesses the overall chemical status of the marine area.
On the basis of the concentrations of polluting substances (elements) in the different test media (water, sediment and biota), the OOAO principle assesses the overall chemical status of the marine area.
On the basis of the concentrations of polluting substances (elements) in the different test media (water, sediment and biota), the OOAO principle assesses the overall chemical status of the marine area.
On the basis of the concentrations of polluting substances (elements) in the different test media (water, sediment and biota), the OOAO principle assesses the overall chemical status of the marine area.
On the basis of the concentrations of polluting substances (elements) in the different test media (water, sediment and biota), the OOAO principle assesses the overall chemical status of the marine area.
On the basis of the concentrations of polluting substances (elements) in the different test media (water, sediment and biota), the OOAO principle assesses the overall chemical status of the marine area.
On the basis of the concentrations of polluting substances (elements) in the different test media (water, sediment and biota), the OOAO principle assesses the overall chemical status of the marine area.
On the basis of the concentrations of polluting substances (elements) in the different test media (water, sediment and biota), the OOAO principle assesses the overall chemical status of the marine area.
On the basis of the concentrations of polluting substances (elements) in the different test media (water, sediment and biota), the OOAO principle assesses the overall chemical status of the marine area.
On the basis of the concentrations of polluting substances (elements) in the different test media (water, sediment and biota), the OOAO principle assesses the overall chemical status of the marine area.
On the basis of the concentrations of polluting substances (elements) in the different test media (water, sediment and biota), the OOAO principle assesses the overall chemical status of the marine area.
On the basis of the concentrations of polluting substances (elements) in the different test media (water, sediment and biota), the OOAO principle assesses the overall chemical status of the marine area.
On the basis of the concentrations of polluting substances (elements) in the different test media (water, sediment and biota), the OOAO principle assesses the overall chemical status of the marine area.
On the basis of the concentrations of polluting substances (elements) in the different test media (water, sediment and biota), the OOAO principle assesses the overall chemical status of the marine area.
On the basis of the concentrations of polluting substances (elements) in the different test media (water, sediment and biota), the OOAO principle assesses the overall chemical status of the marine area.
On the basis of the concentrations of polluting substances (elements) in the different test media (water, sediment and biota), the OOAO principle assesses the overall chemical status of the marine area.
On the basis of the concentrations of polluting substances (elements) in the different test media (water, sediment and biota), the OOAO principle assesses the overall chemical status of the marine area.
On the basis of the concentrations of polluting substances (elements) in the different test media (water, sediment and biota), the OOAO principle assesses the overall chemical status of the marine area.
On the basis of the concentrations of polluting substances (elements) in the different test media (water, sediment and biota), the OOAO principle assesses the overall chemical status of the marine area.
On the basis of the concentrations of polluting substances (elements) in the different test media (water, sediment and biota), the OOAO principle assesses the overall chemical status of the marine area.
On the basis of the concentrations of polluting substances (elements) in the different test media (water, sediment and biota), the OOAO principle assesses the overall chemical status of the marine area.
On the basis of the concentrations of polluting substances (elements) in the different test media (water, sediment and biota), the OOAO principle assesses the overall chemical status of the marine area.
On the basis of the concentrations of polluting substances (elements) in the different test media (water, sediment and biota), the OOAO principle assesses the overall chemical status of the marine area.
On the basis of the concentrations of polluting substances (elements) in the different test media (water, sediment and biota), the OOAO principle assesses the overall chemical status of the marine area.
On the basis of the concentrations of polluting substances (elements) in the different test media (water, sediment and biota), the OOAO principle assesses the overall chemical status of the marine area.
On the basis of the concentrations of polluting substances (elements) in the different test media (water, sediment and biota), the OOAO principle assesses the overall chemical status of the marine area.
On the basis of the concentrations of polluting substances (elements) in the different test media (water, sediment and biota), the OOAO principle assesses the overall chemical status of the marine area.
On the basis of the concentrations of polluting substances (elements) in the different test media (water, sediment and biota), the OOAO principle assesses the overall chemical status of the marine area.
On the basis of the concentrations of polluting substances (elements) in the different test media (water, sediment and biota), the OOAO principle assesses the overall chemical status of the marine area.
On the basis of the concentrations of polluting substances (elements) in the different test media (water, sediment and biota), the OOAO principle assesses the overall chemical status of the marine area.
On the basis of the concentrations of polluting substances (elements) in the different test media (water, sediment and biota), the OOAO principle assesses the overall chemical status of the marine area.
On the basis of the concentrations of polluting substances (elements) in the different test media (water, sediment and biota), the OOAO principle assesses the overall chemical status of the marine area.
On the basis of the concentrations of polluting substances (elements) in the different test media (water, sediment and biota), the OOAO principle assesses the overall chemical status of the marine area.
On the basis of the concentrations of polluting substances (elements) in the different test media (water, sediment and biota), the OOAO principle assesses the overall chemical status of the marine area.
On the basis of the concentrations of polluting substances (elements) in the different test media (water, sediment and biota), the OOAO principle assesses the overall chemical status of the marine area.
On the basis of the concentrations of polluting substances (elements) in the different test media (water, sediment and biota), the OOAO principle assesses the overall chemical status of the marine area.
On the basis of the concentrations of polluting substances (elements) in the different test media (water, sediment and biota), the OOAO principle assesses the overall chemical status of the marine area.
On the basis of the concentrations of polluting substances (elements) in the different test media (water, sediment and biota), the OOAO principle assesses the overall chemical status of the marine area.
On the basis of the concentrations of polluting substances (elements) in the different test media (water, sediment and biota), the OOAO principle assesses the overall chemical status of the marine area.
On the basis of the concentrations of polluting substances (elements) in the different test media (water, sediment and biota), the OOAO principle assesses the overall chemical status of the marine area.
On the basis of the concentrations of polluting substances (elements) in the different test media (water, sediment and biota), the OOAO principle assesses the overall chemical status of the marine area.
On the basis of the concentrations of polluting substances (elements) in the different test media (water, sediment and biota), the OOAO principle assesses the overall chemical status of the marine area.
On the basis of the concentrations of polluting substances (elements) in the different test media (water, sediment and biota), the OOAO principle assesses the overall chemical status of the marine area.
On the basis of the concentrations of polluting substances (elements) in the different test media (water, sediment and biota), the OOAO principle assesses the overall chemical status of the marine area.
On the basis of the concentrations of polluting substances (elements) in the different test media (water, sediment and biota), the OOAO principle assesses the overall chemical status of the marine area.
On the basis of the concentrations of polluting substances (elements) in the different test media (water, sediment and biota), the OOAO principle assesses the overall chemical status of the marine area.
On the basis of the concentrations of polluting substances (elements) in the different test media (water, sediment and biota), the OOAO principle assesses the overall chemical status of the marine area.
On the basis of the concentrations of polluting substances (elements) in the different test media (water, sediment and biota), the OOAO principle assesses the overall chemical status of the marine area.
On the basis of the concentrations of polluting substances (elements) in the different test media (water, sediment and biota), the OOAO principle assesses the overall chemical status of the marine area.
On the basis of the concentrations of polluting substances (elements) in the different test media (water, sediment and biota), the OOAO principle assesses the overall chemical status of the marine area.
On the basis of the concentrations of polluting substances (elements) in the different test media (water, sediment and biota), the OOAO principle assesses the overall chemical status of the marine area.
On the basis of the concentrations of polluting substances (elements) in the different test media (water, sediment and biota), the OOAO principle assesses the overall chemical status of the marine area.
On the basis of the concentrations of polluting substances (elements) in the different test media (water, sediment and biota), the OOAO principle assesses the overall chemical status of the marine area.
On the basis of the concentrations of polluting substances (elements) in the different test media (water, sediment and biota), the OOAO principle assesses the overall chemical status of the marine area.
On the basis of the concentrations of polluting substances (elements) in the different test media (water, sediment and biota), the OOAO principle assesses the overall chemical status of the marine area.
On the basis of the concentrations of polluting substances (elements) in the different test media (water, sediment and biota), the OOAO principle assesses the overall chemical status of the marine area.
On the basis of the concentrations of polluting substances (elements) in the different test media (water, sediment and biota), the OOAO principle assesses the overall chemical status of the marine area.
On the basis of the concentrations of polluting substances (elements) in the different test media (water, sediment and biota), the OOAO principle assesses the overall chemical status of the marine area.
On the basis of the concentrations of polluting substances (elements) in the different test media (water, sediment and biota), the OOAO principle assesses the overall chemical status of the marine area.
On the basis of the concentrations of polluting substances (elements) in the different test media (water, sediment and biota), the OOAO principle assesses the overall chemical status of the marine area.
On the basis of the concentrations of polluting substances (elements) in the different test media (water, sediment and biota), the OOAO principle assesses the overall chemical status of the marine area.
On the basis of the concentrations of polluting substances (elements) in the different test media (water, sediment and biota), the OOAO principle assesses the overall chemical status of the marine area.
Integration rule type criteria
Integration rule description criteria
GES extent threshold
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
GES extent achieved
84.00
84.00
84.00
84.00
84.00
84.00
84.00
84.00
84.00
84.00
84.00
84.00
84.00
84.00
84.00
84.00
84.00
84.00
84.00
84.00
84.00
84.00
84.00
84.00
84.00
84.00
84.00
84.00
84.00
84.00
84.00
84.00
84.00
84.00
84.00
84.00
84.00
84.00
84.00
84.00
84.00
84.00
84.00
84.00
84.00
84.00
84.00
84.00
84.00
84.00
84.00
84.00
84.00
84.00
84.00
84.00
84.00
84.00
84.00
84.00
84.00
84.00
36.00
36.00
36.00
36.00
36.00
36.00
36.00
36.00
36.00
36.00
36.00
36.00
36.00
36.00
36.00
36.00
36.00
36.00
36.00
36.00
GES extent unit
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GES achieved
GES expected to be achieved later than 2020, Article 14 exception reported
GES expected to be achieved later than 2020, Article 14 exception reported
GES expected to be achieved later than 2020, Article 14 exception reported
GES expected to be achieved later than 2020, Article 14 exception reported
GES expected to be achieved later than 2020, Article 14 exception reported
GES expected to be achieved later than 2020, Article 14 exception reported
GES expected to be achieved later than 2020, Article 14 exception reported
GES expected to be achieved later than 2020, Article 14 exception reported
GES expected to be achieved later than 2020, Article 14 exception reported
GES expected to be achieved later than 2020, Article 14 exception reported
GES expected to be achieved later than 2020, Article 14 exception reported
GES expected to be achieved later than 2020, Article 14 exception reported
GES expected to be achieved later than 2020, Article 14 exception reported
GES expected to be achieved later than 2020, Article 14 exception reported
GES expected to be achieved later than 2020, Article 14 exception reported
GES expected to be achieved later than 2020, Article 14 exception reported
GES expected to be achieved later than 2020, Article 14 exception reported
GES expected to be achieved later than 2020, Article 14 exception reported
GES expected to be achieved later than 2020, Article 14 exception reported
GES expected to be achieved later than 2020, Article 14 exception reported
GES expected to be achieved later than 2020, Article 14 exception reported
GES expected to be achieved later than 2020, Article 14 exception reported
GES expected to be achieved later than 2020, Article 14 exception reported
GES expected to be achieved later than 2020, Article 14 exception reported
GES expected to be achieved later than 2020, Article 14 exception reported
GES expected to be achieved later than 2020, Article 14 exception reported
GES expected to be achieved later than 2020, Article 14 exception reported
GES expected to be achieved later than 2020, Article 14 exception reported
GES expected to be achieved later than 2020, Article 14 exception reported
GES expected to be achieved later than 2020, Article 14 exception reported
GES expected to be achieved later than 2020, Article 14 exception reported
GES expected to be achieved later than 2020, Article 14 exception reported
GES expected to be achieved later than 2020, Article 14 exception reported
GES expected to be achieved later than 2020, Article 14 exception reported
GES expected to be achieved later than 2020, Article 14 exception reported
GES expected to be achieved later than 2020, Article 14 exception reported
GES expected to be achieved later than 2020, Article 14 exception reported
GES expected to be achieved later than 2020, Article 14 exception reported
GES expected to be achieved later than 2020, Article 14 exception reported
GES expected to be achieved later than 2020, Article 14 exception reported
GES expected to be achieved later than 2020, Article 14 exception reported
GES expected to be achieved later than 2020, Article 14 exception reported
GES expected to be achieved later than 2020, Article 14 exception reported
GES expected to be achieved later than 2020, Article 14 exception reported
GES expected to be achieved later than 2020, Article 14 exception reported
GES expected to be achieved later than 2020, Article 14 exception reported
GES expected to be achieved later than 2020, Article 14 exception reported
GES expected to be achieved later than 2020, Article 14 exception reported
GES expected to be achieved later than 2020, Article 14 exception reported
GES expected to be achieved later than 2020, Article 14 exception reported
GES expected to be achieved later than 2020, Article 14 exception reported
GES expected to be achieved later than 2020, Article 14 exception reported
GES expected to be achieved later than 2020, Article 14 exception reported
GES expected to be achieved later than 2020, Article 14 exception reported
GES expected to be achieved later than 2020, Article 14 exception reported
GES expected to be achieved later than 2020, Article 14 exception reported
GES expected to be achieved later than 2020, Article 14 exception reported
GES expected to be achieved later than 2020, Article 14 exception reported
GES expected to be achieved later than 2020, Article 14 exception reported
GES expected to be achieved later than 2020, Article 14 exception reported
GES expected to be achieved later than 2020, Article 14 exception reported
GES expected to be achieved later than 2020, Article 14 exception reported
GES expected to be achieved later than 2020, Article 14 exception reported
GES expected to be achieved later than 2020, Article 14 exception reported
GES expected to be achieved later than 2020, Article 14 exception reported
GES expected to be achieved later than 2020, Article 14 exception reported
GES expected to be achieved later than 2020, Article 14 exception reported
GES expected to be achieved later than 2020, Article 14 exception reported
GES expected to be achieved later than 2020, Article 14 exception reported
GES expected to be achieved later than 2020, Article 14 exception reported
GES expected to be achieved later than 2020, Article 14 exception reported
GES expected to be achieved later than 2020, Article 14 exception reported
GES expected to be achieved later than 2020, Article 14 exception reported
GES expected to be achieved later than 2020, Article 14 exception reported
GES expected to be achieved later than 2020, Article 14 exception reported
GES expected to be achieved later than 2020, Article 14 exception reported
GES expected to be achieved later than 2020, Article 14 exception reported
GES expected to be achieved later than 2020, Article 14 exception reported
GES expected to be achieved later than 2020, Article 14 exception reported
GES expected to be achieved later than 2020, Article 14 exception reported
GES expected to be achieved later than 2020, Article 14 exception reported
GES expected to be achieved later than 2020, Article 14 exception reported
Description overall status
The chemical status is assessed on the basis of concentrations of polluting substances (1) in water, (2) in sediment and (3) in living organisms (biota). A surface water body has a good chemical status if the measured concentrations of all polluting substances (both uPBT and not uPBT) do not exceed the established environmental quality standards (EQS) and limit values.If the concentration of at least one substance (element) exceeds the EQS (regardless of the medium: water, bottom sediment or biota), the chemical status of the water body is not good. For the approval of EQS for pollutants: 1) concentrations in water and biota: Annex 1 and Annex 2, Parts A and B (List B1) of the Wastewater Management Regulation (transposed Directive 2008/105 / EC as subsequently amended 2013/39 / EC); 2) concentrations in bottom sediments (Order No. D1-194 of the Minister of Environment of the Republic of Lithuania of 4 March 2015 “On Approval of Good Environmental Condition Properties of the Marine Area of ​​the Republic of Lithuania”). For practical management purposes, the chemical status of individual test areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03), individual test sites (stations) in different test media is assessed according to the concentrations of pollutants in different test media. years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle is applied when integrating the results for the assessment of the overall chemical status of the marine area (exceeding of at least one substance in any test medium / station / year indicates that the environmental status is not good).
The chemical status is assessed on the basis of concentrations of polluting substances (1) in water, (2) in sediment and (3) in living organisms (biota). A surface water body has a good chemical status if the measured concentrations of all polluting substances (both uPBT and not uPBT) do not exceed the established environmental quality standards (EQS) and limit values.If the concentration of at least one substance (element) exceeds the EQS (regardless of the medium: water, bottom sediment or biota), the chemical status of the water body is not good. For the approval of EQS for pollutants: 1) concentrations in water and biota: Annex 1 and Annex 2, Parts A and B (List B1) of the Wastewater Management Regulation (transposed Directive 2008/105 / EC as subsequently amended 2013/39 / EC); 2) concentrations in bottom sediments (Order No. D1-194 of the Minister of Environment of the Republic of Lithuania of 4 March 2015 “On Approval of Good Environmental Condition Properties of the Marine Area of ​​the Republic of Lithuania”). For practical management purposes, the chemical status of individual test areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03), individual test sites (stations) in different test media is assessed according to the concentrations of pollutants in different test media. years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle is applied when integrating the results for the assessment of the overall chemical status of the marine area (exceeding of at least one substance in any test medium / station / year indicates that the environmental status is not good).
The chemical status is assessed on the basis of concentrations of polluting substances (1) in water, (2) in sediment and (3) in living organisms (biota). A surface water body has a good chemical status if the measured concentrations of all polluting substances (both uPBT and not uPBT) do not exceed the established environmental quality standards (EQS) and limit values.If the concentration of at least one substance (element) exceeds the EQS (regardless of the medium: water, bottom sediment or biota), the chemical status of the water body is not good. For the approval of EQS for pollutants: 1) concentrations in water and biota: Annex 1 and Annex 2, Parts A and B (List B1) of the Wastewater Management Regulation (transposed Directive 2008/105 / EC as subsequently amended 2013/39 / EC); 2) concentrations in bottom sediments (Order No. D1-194 of the Minister of Environment of the Republic of Lithuania of 4 March 2015 “On Approval of Good Environmental Condition Properties of the Marine Area of ​​the Republic of Lithuania”). For practical management purposes, the chemical status of individual test areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03), individual test sites (stations) in different test media is assessed according to the concentrations of pollutants in different test media. years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle is applied when integrating the results for the assessment of the overall chemical status of the marine area (exceeding of at least one substance in any test medium / station / year indicates that the environmental status is not good).
The chemical status is assessed on the basis of concentrations of polluting substances (1) in water, (2) in sediment and (3) in living organisms (biota). A surface water body has a good chemical status if the measured concentrations of all polluting substances (both uPBT and not uPBT) do not exceed the established environmental quality standards (EQS) and limit values.If the concentration of at least one substance (element) exceeds the EQS (regardless of the medium: water, bottom sediment or biota), the chemical status of the water body is not good. For the approval of EQS for pollutants: 1) concentrations in water and biota: Annex 1 and Annex 2, Parts A and B (List B1) of the Wastewater Management Regulation (transposed Directive 2008/105 / EC as subsequently amended 2013/39 / EC); 2) concentrations in bottom sediments (Order No. D1-194 of the Minister of Environment of the Republic of Lithuania of 4 March 2015 “On Approval of Good Environmental Condition Properties of the Marine Area of ​​the Republic of Lithuania”). For practical management purposes, the chemical status of individual test areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03), individual test sites (stations) in different test media is assessed according to the concentrations of pollutants in different test media. years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle is applied when integrating the results for the assessment of the overall chemical status of the marine area (exceeding of at least one substance in any test medium / station / year indicates that the environmental status is not good).
The chemical status is assessed on the basis of concentrations of polluting substances (1) in water, (2) in sediment and (3) in living organisms (biota). A surface water body has a good chemical status if the measured concentrations of all polluting substances (both uPBT and not uPBT) do not exceed the established environmental quality standards (EQS) and limit values.If the concentration of at least one substance (element) exceeds the EQS (regardless of the medium: water, bottom sediment or biota), the chemical status of the water body is not good. For the approval of EQS for pollutants: 1) concentrations in water and biota: Annex 1 and Annex 2, Parts A and B (List B1) of the Wastewater Management Regulation (transposed Directive 2008/105 / EC as subsequently amended 2013/39 / EC); 2) concentrations in bottom sediments (Order No. D1-194 of the Minister of Environment of the Republic of Lithuania of 4 March 2015 “On Approval of Good Environmental Condition Properties of the Marine Area of ​​the Republic of Lithuania”). For practical management purposes, the chemical status of individual test areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03), individual test sites (stations) in different test media is assessed according to the concentrations of pollutants in different test media. years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle is applied when integrating the results for the assessment of the overall chemical status of the marine area (exceeding of at least one substance in any test medium / station / year indicates that the environmental status is not good).
The chemical status is assessed on the basis of concentrations of polluting substances (1) in water, (2) in sediment and (3) in living organisms (biota). A surface water body has a good chemical status if the measured concentrations of all polluting substances (both uPBT and not uPBT) do not exceed the established environmental quality standards (EQS) and limit values.If the concentration of at least one substance (element) exceeds the EQS (regardless of the medium: water, bottom sediment or biota), the chemical status of the water body is not good. For the approval of EQS for pollutants: 1) concentrations in water and biota: Annex 1 and Annex 2, Parts A and B (List B1) of the Wastewater Management Regulation (transposed Directive 2008/105 / EC as subsequently amended 2013/39 / EC); 2) concentrations in bottom sediments (Order No. D1-194 of the Minister of Environment of the Republic of Lithuania of 4 March 2015 “On Approval of Good Environmental Condition Properties of the Marine Area of ​​the Republic of Lithuania”). For practical management purposes, the chemical status of individual test areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03), individual test sites (stations) in different test media is assessed according to the concentrations of pollutants in different test media. years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle is applied when integrating the results for the assessment of the overall chemical status of the marine area (exceeding of at least one substance in any test medium / station / year indicates that the environmental status is not good).
The chemical status is assessed on the basis of concentrations of polluting substances (1) in water, (2) in sediment and (3) in living organisms (biota). A surface water body has a good chemical status if the measured concentrations of all polluting substances (both uPBT and not uPBT) do not exceed the established environmental quality standards (EQS) and limit values.If the concentration of at least one substance (element) exceeds the EQS (regardless of the medium: water, bottom sediment or biota), the chemical status of the water body is not good. For the approval of EQS for pollutants: 1) concentrations in water and biota: Annex 1 and Annex 2, Parts A and B (List B1) of the Wastewater Management Regulation (transposed Directive 2008/105 / EC as subsequently amended 2013/39 / EC); 2) concentrations in bottom sediments (Order No. D1-194 of the Minister of Environment of the Republic of Lithuania of 4 March 2015 “On Approval of Good Environmental Condition Properties of the Marine Area of ​​the Republic of Lithuania”). For practical management purposes, the chemical status of individual test areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03), individual test sites (stations) in different test media is assessed according to the concentrations of pollutants in different test media. years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle is applied when integrating the results for the assessment of the overall chemical status of the marine area (exceeding of at least one substance in any test medium / station / year indicates that the environmental status is not good).
The chemical status is assessed on the basis of concentrations of polluting substances (1) in water, (2) in sediment and (3) in living organisms (biota). A surface water body has a good chemical status if the measured concentrations of all polluting substances (both uPBT and not uPBT) do not exceed the established environmental quality standards (EQS) and limit values.If the concentration of at least one substance (element) exceeds the EQS (regardless of the medium: water, bottom sediment or biota), the chemical status of the water body is not good. For the approval of EQS for pollutants: 1) concentrations in water and biota: Annex 1 and Annex 2, Parts A and B (List B1) of the Wastewater Management Regulation (transposed Directive 2008/105 / EC as subsequently amended 2013/39 / EC); 2) concentrations in bottom sediments (Order No. D1-194 of the Minister of Environment of the Republic of Lithuania of 4 March 2015 “On Approval of Good Environmental Condition Properties of the Marine Area of ​​the Republic of Lithuania”). For practical management purposes, the chemical status of individual test areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03), individual test sites (stations) in different test media is assessed according to the concentrations of pollutants in different test media. years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle is applied when integrating the results for the assessment of the overall chemical status of the marine area (exceeding of at least one substance in any test medium / station / year indicates that the environmental status is not good).
The chemical status is assessed on the basis of concentrations of polluting substances (1) in water, (2) in sediment and (3) in living organisms (biota). A surface water body has a good chemical status if the measured concentrations of all polluting substances (both uPBT and not uPBT) do not exceed the established environmental quality standards (EQS) and limit values.If the concentration of at least one substance (element) exceeds the EQS (regardless of the medium: water, bottom sediment or biota), the chemical status of the water body is not good. For the approval of EQS for pollutants: 1) concentrations in water and biota: Annex 1 and Annex 2, Parts A and B (List B1) of the Wastewater Management Regulation (transposed Directive 2008/105 / EC as subsequently amended 2013/39 / EC); 2) concentrations in bottom sediments (Order No. D1-194 of the Minister of Environment of the Republic of Lithuania of 4 March 2015 “On Approval of Good Environmental Condition Properties of the Marine Area of ​​the Republic of Lithuania”). For practical management purposes, the chemical status of individual test areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03), individual test sites (stations) in different test media is assessed according to the concentrations of pollutants in different test media. years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle is applied when integrating the results for the assessment of the overall chemical status of the marine area (exceeding of at least one substance in any test medium / station / year indicates that the environmental status is not good).
The chemical status is assessed on the basis of concentrations of polluting substances (1) in water, (2) in sediment and (3) in living organisms (biota). A surface water body has a good chemical status if the measured concentrations of all polluting substances (both uPBT and not uPBT) do not exceed the established environmental quality standards (EQS) and limit values.If the concentration of at least one substance (element) exceeds the EQS (regardless of the medium: water, bottom sediment or biota), the chemical status of the water body is not good. For the approval of EQS for pollutants: 1) concentrations in water and biota: Annex 1 and Annex 2, Parts A and B (List B1) of the Wastewater Management Regulation (transposed Directive 2008/105 / EC as subsequently amended 2013/39 / EC); 2) concentrations in bottom sediments (Order No. D1-194 of the Minister of Environment of the Republic of Lithuania of 4 March 2015 “On Approval of Good Environmental Condition Properties of the Marine Area of ​​the Republic of Lithuania”). For practical management purposes, the chemical status of individual test areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03), individual test sites (stations) in different test media is assessed according to the concentrations of pollutants in different test media. years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle is applied when integrating the results for the assessment of the overall chemical status of the marine area (exceeding of at least one substance in any test medium / station / year indicates that the environmental status is not good).
The chemical status is assessed on the basis of concentrations of polluting substances (1) in water, (2) in sediment and (3) in living organisms (biota). A surface water body has a good chemical status if the measured concentrations of all polluting substances (both uPBT and not uPBT) do not exceed the established environmental quality standards (EQS) and limit values.If the concentration of at least one substance (element) exceeds the EQS (regardless of the medium: water, bottom sediment or biota), the chemical status of the water body is not good. For the approval of EQS for pollutants: 1) concentrations in water and biota: Annex 1 and Annex 2, Parts A and B (List B1) of the Wastewater Management Regulation (transposed Directive 2008/105 / EC as subsequently amended 2013/39 / EC); 2) concentrations in bottom sediments (Order No. D1-194 of the Minister of Environment of the Republic of Lithuania of 4 March 2015 “On Approval of Good Environmental Condition Properties of the Marine Area of ​​the Republic of Lithuania”). For practical management purposes, the chemical status of individual test areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03), individual test sites (stations) in different test media is assessed according to the concentrations of pollutants in different test media. years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle is applied when integrating the results for the assessment of the overall chemical status of the marine area (exceeding of at least one substance in any test medium / station / year indicates that the environmental status is not good).
The chemical status is assessed on the basis of concentrations of polluting substances (1) in water, (2) in sediment and (3) in living organisms (biota). A surface water body has a good chemical status if the measured concentrations of all polluting substances (both uPBT and not uPBT) do not exceed the established environmental quality standards (EQS) and limit values.If the concentration of at least one substance (element) exceeds the EQS (regardless of the medium: water, bottom sediment or biota), the chemical status of the water body is not good. For the approval of EQS for pollutants: 1) concentrations in water and biota: Annex 1 and Annex 2, Parts A and B (List B1) of the Wastewater Management Regulation (transposed Directive 2008/105 / EC as subsequently amended 2013/39 / EC); 2) concentrations in bottom sediments (Order No. D1-194 of the Minister of Environment of the Republic of Lithuania of 4 March 2015 “On Approval of Good Environmental Condition Properties of the Marine Area of ​​the Republic of Lithuania”). For practical management purposes, the chemical status of individual test areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03), individual test sites (stations) in different test media is assessed according to the concentrations of pollutants in different test media. years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle is applied when integrating the results for the assessment of the overall chemical status of the marine area (exceeding of at least one substance in any test medium / station / year indicates that the environmental status is not good).
The chemical status is assessed on the basis of concentrations of polluting substances (1) in water, (2) in sediment and (3) in living organisms (biota). A surface water body has a good chemical status if the measured concentrations of all polluting substances (both uPBT and not uPBT) do not exceed the established environmental quality standards (EQS) and limit values.If the concentration of at least one substance (element) exceeds the EQS (regardless of the medium: water, bottom sediment or biota), the chemical status of the water body is not good. For the approval of EQS for pollutants: 1) concentrations in water and biota: Annex 1 and Annex 2, Parts A and B (List B1) of the Wastewater Management Regulation (transposed Directive 2008/105 / EC as subsequently amended 2013/39 / EC); 2) concentrations in bottom sediments (Order No. D1-194 of the Minister of Environment of the Republic of Lithuania of 4 March 2015 “On Approval of Good Environmental Condition Properties of the Marine Area of ​​the Republic of Lithuania”). For practical management purposes, the chemical status of individual test areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03), individual test sites (stations) in different test media is assessed according to the concentrations of pollutants in different test media. years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle is applied when integrating the results for the assessment of the overall chemical status of the marine area (exceeding of at least one substance in any test medium / station / year indicates that the environmental status is not good).
The chemical status is assessed on the basis of concentrations of polluting substances (1) in water, (2) in sediment and (3) in living organisms (biota). A surface water body has a good chemical status if the measured concentrations of all polluting substances (both uPBT and not uPBT) do not exceed the established environmental quality standards (EQS) and limit values.If the concentration of at least one substance (element) exceeds the EQS (regardless of the medium: water, bottom sediment or biota), the chemical status of the water body is not good. For the approval of EQS for pollutants: 1) concentrations in water and biota: Annex 1 and Annex 2, Parts A and B (List B1) of the Wastewater Management Regulation (transposed Directive 2008/105 / EC as subsequently amended 2013/39 / EC); 2) concentrations in bottom sediments (Order No. D1-194 of the Minister of Environment of the Republic of Lithuania of 4 March 2015 “On Approval of Good Environmental Condition Properties of the Marine Area of ​​the Republic of Lithuania”). For practical management purposes, the chemical status of individual test areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03), individual test sites (stations) in different test media is assessed according to the concentrations of pollutants in different test media. years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle is applied when integrating the results for the assessment of the overall chemical status of the marine area (exceeding of at least one substance in any test medium / station / year indicates that the environmental status is not good).
The chemical status is assessed on the basis of concentrations of polluting substances (1) in water, (2) in sediment and (3) in living organisms (biota). A surface water body has a good chemical status if the measured concentrations of all polluting substances (both uPBT and not uPBT) do not exceed the established environmental quality standards (EQS) and limit values.If the concentration of at least one substance (element) exceeds the EQS (regardless of the medium: water, bottom sediment or biota), the chemical status of the water body is not good. For the approval of EQS for pollutants: 1) concentrations in water and biota: Annex 1 and Annex 2, Parts A and B (List B1) of the Wastewater Management Regulation (transposed Directive 2008/105 / EC as subsequently amended 2013/39 / EC); 2) concentrations in bottom sediments (Order No. D1-194 of the Minister of Environment of the Republic of Lithuania of 4 March 2015 “On Approval of Good Environmental Condition Properties of the Marine Area of ​​the Republic of Lithuania”). For practical management purposes, the chemical status of individual test areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03), individual test sites (stations) in different test media is assessed according to the concentrations of pollutants in different test media. years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle is applied when integrating the results for the assessment of the overall chemical status of the marine area (exceeding of at least one substance in any test medium / station / year indicates that the environmental status is not good).
The chemical status is assessed on the basis of concentrations of polluting substances (1) in water, (2) in sediment and (3) in living organisms (biota). A surface water body has a good chemical status if the measured concentrations of all polluting substances (both uPBT and not uPBT) do not exceed the established environmental quality standards (EQS) and limit values.If the concentration of at least one substance (element) exceeds the EQS (regardless of the medium: water, bottom sediment or biota), the chemical status of the water body is not good. For the approval of EQS for pollutants: 1) concentrations in water and biota: Annex 1 and Annex 2, Parts A and B (List B1) of the Wastewater Management Regulation (transposed Directive 2008/105 / EC as subsequently amended 2013/39 / EC); 2) concentrations in bottom sediments (Order No. D1-194 of the Minister of Environment of the Republic of Lithuania of 4 March 2015 “On Approval of Good Environmental Condition Properties of the Marine Area of ​​the Republic of Lithuania”). For practical management purposes, the chemical status of individual test areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03), individual test sites (stations) in different test media is assessed according to the concentrations of pollutants in different test media. years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle is applied when integrating the results for the assessment of the overall chemical status of the marine area (exceeding of at least one substance in any test medium / station / year indicates that the environmental status is not good).
The chemical status is assessed on the basis of concentrations of polluting substances (1) in water, (2) in sediment and (3) in living organisms (biota). A surface water body has a good chemical status if the measured concentrations of all polluting substances (both uPBT and not uPBT) do not exceed the established environmental quality standards (EQS) and limit values.If the concentration of at least one substance (element) exceeds the EQS (regardless of the medium: water, bottom sediment or biota), the chemical status of the water body is not good. For the approval of EQS for pollutants: 1) concentrations in water and biota: Annex 1 and Annex 2, Parts A and B (List B1) of the Wastewater Management Regulation (transposed Directive 2008/105 / EC as subsequently amended 2013/39 / EC); 2) concentrations in bottom sediments (Order No. D1-194 of the Minister of Environment of the Republic of Lithuania of 4 March 2015 “On Approval of Good Environmental Condition Properties of the Marine Area of ​​the Republic of Lithuania”). For practical management purposes, the chemical status of individual test areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03), individual test sites (stations) in different test media is assessed according to the concentrations of pollutants in different test media. years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle is applied when integrating the results for the assessment of the overall chemical status of the marine area (exceeding of at least one substance in any test medium / station / year indicates that the environmental status is not good).
The chemical status is assessed on the basis of concentrations of polluting substances (1) in water, (2) in sediment and (3) in living organisms (biota). A surface water body has a good chemical status if the measured concentrations of all polluting substances (both uPBT and not uPBT) do not exceed the established environmental quality standards (EQS) and limit values.If the concentration of at least one substance (element) exceeds the EQS (regardless of the medium: water, bottom sediment or biota), the chemical status of the water body is not good. For the approval of EQS for pollutants: 1) concentrations in water and biota: Annex 1 and Annex 2, Parts A and B (List B1) of the Wastewater Management Regulation (transposed Directive 2008/105 / EC as subsequently amended 2013/39 / EC); 2) concentrations in bottom sediments (Order No. D1-194 of the Minister of Environment of the Republic of Lithuania of 4 March 2015 “On Approval of Good Environmental Condition Properties of the Marine Area of ​​the Republic of Lithuania”). For practical management purposes, the chemical status of individual test areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03), individual test sites (stations) in different test media is assessed according to the concentrations of pollutants in different test media. years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle is applied when integrating the results for the assessment of the overall chemical status of the marine area (exceeding of at least one substance in any test medium / station / year indicates that the environmental status is not good).
The chemical status is assessed on the basis of concentrations of polluting substances (1) in water, (2) in sediment and (3) in living organisms (biota). A surface water body has a good chemical status if the measured concentrations of all polluting substances (both uPBT and not uPBT) do not exceed the established environmental quality standards (EQS) and limit values.If the concentration of at least one substance (element) exceeds the EQS (regardless of the medium: water, bottom sediment or biota), the chemical status of the water body is not good. For the approval of EQS for pollutants: 1) concentrations in water and biota: Annex 1 and Annex 2, Parts A and B (List B1) of the Wastewater Management Regulation (transposed Directive 2008/105 / EC as subsequently amended 2013/39 / EC); 2) concentrations in bottom sediments (Order No. D1-194 of the Minister of Environment of the Republic of Lithuania of 4 March 2015 “On Approval of Good Environmental Condition Properties of the Marine Area of ​​the Republic of Lithuania”). For practical management purposes, the chemical status of individual test areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03), individual test sites (stations) in different test media is assessed according to the concentrations of pollutants in different test media. years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle is applied when integrating the results for the assessment of the overall chemical status of the marine area (exceeding of at least one substance in any test medium / station / year indicates that the environmental status is not good).
The chemical status is assessed on the basis of concentrations of polluting substances (1) in water, (2) in sediment and (3) in living organisms (biota). A surface water body has a good chemical status if the measured concentrations of all polluting substances (both uPBT and not uPBT) do not exceed the established environmental quality standards (EQS) and limit values.If the concentration of at least one substance (element) exceeds the EQS (regardless of the medium: water, bottom sediment or biota), the chemical status of the water body is not good. For the approval of EQS for pollutants: 1) concentrations in water and biota: Annex 1 and Annex 2, Parts A and B (List B1) of the Wastewater Management Regulation (transposed Directive 2008/105 / EC as subsequently amended 2013/39 / EC); 2) concentrations in bottom sediments (Order No. D1-194 of the Minister of Environment of the Republic of Lithuania of 4 March 2015 “On Approval of Good Environmental Condition Properties of the Marine Area of ​​the Republic of Lithuania”). For practical management purposes, the chemical status of individual test areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03), individual test sites (stations) in different test media is assessed according to the concentrations of pollutants in different test media. years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle is applied when integrating the results for the assessment of the overall chemical status of the marine area (exceeding of at least one substance in any test medium / station / year indicates that the environmental status is not good).
The chemical status is assessed on the basis of concentrations of polluting substances (1) in water, (2) in sediment and (3) in living organisms (biota). A surface water body has a good chemical status if the measured concentrations of all polluting substances (both uPBT and not uPBT) do not exceed the established environmental quality standards (EQS) and limit values.If the concentration of at least one substance (element) exceeds the EQS (regardless of the medium: water, bottom sediment or biota), the chemical status of the water body is not good. For the approval of EQS for pollutants: 1) concentrations in water and biota: Annex 1 and Annex 2, Parts A and B (List B1) of the Wastewater Management Regulation (transposed Directive 2008/105 / EC as subsequently amended 2013/39 / EC); 2) concentrations in bottom sediments (Order No. D1-194 of the Minister of Environment of the Republic of Lithuania of 4 March 2015 “On Approval of Good Environmental Condition Properties of the Marine Area of ​​the Republic of Lithuania”). For practical management purposes, the chemical status of individual test areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03), individual test sites (stations) in different test media is assessed according to the concentrations of pollutants in different test media. years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle is applied when integrating the results for the assessment of the overall chemical status of the marine area (exceeding of at least one substance in any test medium / station / year indicates that the environmental status is not good).
The chemical status is assessed on the basis of concentrations of polluting substances (1) in water, (2) in sediment and (3) in living organisms (biota). A surface water body has a good chemical status if the measured concentrations of all polluting substances (both uPBT and not uPBT) do not exceed the established environmental quality standards (EQS) and limit values.If the concentration of at least one substance (element) exceeds the EQS (regardless of the medium: water, bottom sediment or biota), the chemical status of the water body is not good. For the approval of EQS for pollutants: 1) concentrations in water and biota: Annex 1 and Annex 2, Parts A and B (List B1) of the Wastewater Management Regulation (transposed Directive 2008/105 / EC as subsequently amended 2013/39 / EC); 2) concentrations in bottom sediments (Order No. D1-194 of the Minister of Environment of the Republic of Lithuania of 4 March 2015 “On Approval of Good Environmental Condition Properties of the Marine Area of ​​the Republic of Lithuania”). For practical management purposes, the chemical status of individual test areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03), individual test sites (stations) in different test media is assessed according to the concentrations of pollutants in different test media. years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle is applied when integrating the results for the assessment of the overall chemical status of the marine area (exceeding of at least one substance in any test medium / station / year indicates that the environmental status is not good).
The chemical status is assessed on the basis of concentrations of polluting substances (1) in water, (2) in sediment and (3) in living organisms (biota). A surface water body has a good chemical status if the measured concentrations of all polluting substances (both uPBT and not uPBT) do not exceed the established environmental quality standards (EQS) and limit values.If the concentration of at least one substance (element) exceeds the EQS (regardless of the medium: water, bottom sediment or biota), the chemical status of the water body is not good. For the approval of EQS for pollutants: 1) concentrations in water and biota: Annex 1 and Annex 2, Parts A and B (List B1) of the Wastewater Management Regulation (transposed Directive 2008/105 / EC as subsequently amended 2013/39 / EC); 2) concentrations in bottom sediments (Order No. D1-194 of the Minister of Environment of the Republic of Lithuania of 4 March 2015 “On Approval of Good Environmental Condition Properties of the Marine Area of ​​the Republic of Lithuania”). For practical management purposes, the chemical status of individual test areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03), individual test sites (stations) in different test media is assessed according to the concentrations of pollutants in different test media. years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle is applied when integrating the results for the assessment of the overall chemical status of the marine area (exceeding of at least one substance in any test medium / station / year indicates that the environmental status is not good).
The chemical status is assessed on the basis of concentrations of polluting substances (1) in water, (2) in sediment and (3) in living organisms (biota). A surface water body has a good chemical status if the measured concentrations of all polluting substances (both uPBT and not uPBT) do not exceed the established environmental quality standards (EQS) and limit values.If the concentration of at least one substance (element) exceeds the EQS (regardless of the medium: water, bottom sediment or biota), the chemical status of the water body is not good. For the approval of EQS for pollutants: 1) concentrations in water and biota: Annex 1 and Annex 2, Parts A and B (List B1) of the Wastewater Management Regulation (transposed Directive 2008/105 / EC as subsequently amended 2013/39 / EC); 2) concentrations in bottom sediments (Order No. D1-194 of the Minister of Environment of the Republic of Lithuania of 4 March 2015 “On Approval of Good Environmental Condition Properties of the Marine Area of ​​the Republic of Lithuania”). For practical management purposes, the chemical status of individual test areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03), individual test sites (stations) in different test media is assessed according to the concentrations of pollutants in different test media. years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle is applied when integrating the results for the assessment of the overall chemical status of the marine area (exceeding of at least one substance in any test medium / station / year indicates that the environmental status is not good).
The chemical status is assessed on the basis of concentrations of polluting substances (1) in water, (2) in sediment and (3) in living organisms (biota). A surface water body has a good chemical status if the measured concentrations of all polluting substances (both uPBT and not uPBT) do not exceed the established environmental quality standards (EQS) and limit values.If the concentration of at least one substance (element) exceeds the EQS (regardless of the medium: water, bottom sediment or biota), the chemical status of the water body is not good. For the approval of EQS for pollutants: 1) concentrations in water and biota: Annex 1 and Annex 2, Parts A and B (List B1) of the Wastewater Management Regulation (transposed Directive 2008/105 / EC as subsequently amended 2013/39 / EC); 2) concentrations in bottom sediments (Order No. D1-194 of the Minister of Environment of the Republic of Lithuania of 4 March 2015 “On Approval of Good Environmental Condition Properties of the Marine Area of ​​the Republic of Lithuania”). For practical management purposes, the chemical status of individual test areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03), individual test sites (stations) in different test media is assessed according to the concentrations of pollutants in different test media. years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle is applied when integrating the results for the assessment of the overall chemical status of the marine area (exceeding of at least one substance in any test medium / station / year indicates that the environmental status is not good).
The chemical status is assessed on the basis of concentrations of polluting substances (1) in water, (2) in sediment and (3) in living organisms (biota). A surface water body has a good chemical status if the measured concentrations of all polluting substances (both uPBT and not uPBT) do not exceed the established environmental quality standards (EQS) and limit values.If the concentration of at least one substance (element) exceeds the EQS (regardless of the medium: water, bottom sediment or biota), the chemical status of the water body is not good. For the approval of EQS for pollutants: 1) concentrations in water and biota: Annex 1 and Annex 2, Parts A and B (List B1) of the Wastewater Management Regulation (transposed Directive 2008/105 / EC as subsequently amended 2013/39 / EC); 2) concentrations in bottom sediments (Order No. D1-194 of the Minister of Environment of the Republic of Lithuania of 4 March 2015 “On Approval of Good Environmental Condition Properties of the Marine Area of ​​the Republic of Lithuania”). For practical management purposes, the chemical status of individual test areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03), individual test sites (stations) in different test media is assessed according to the concentrations of pollutants in different test media. years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle is applied when integrating the results for the assessment of the overall chemical status of the marine area (exceeding of at least one substance in any test medium / station / year indicates that the environmental status is not good).
The chemical status is assessed on the basis of concentrations of polluting substances (1) in water, (2) in sediment and (3) in living organisms (biota). A surface water body has a good chemical status if the measured concentrations of all polluting substances (both uPBT and not uPBT) do not exceed the established environmental quality standards (EQS) and limit values.If the concentration of at least one substance (element) exceeds the EQS (regardless of the medium: water, bottom sediment or biota), the chemical status of the water body is not good. For the approval of EQS for pollutants: 1) concentrations in water and biota: Annex 1 and Annex 2, Parts A and B (List B1) of the Wastewater Management Regulation (transposed Directive 2008/105 / EC as subsequently amended 2013/39 / EC); 2) concentrations in bottom sediments (Order No. D1-194 of the Minister of Environment of the Republic of Lithuania of 4 March 2015 “On Approval of Good Environmental Condition Properties of the Marine Area of ​​the Republic of Lithuania”). For practical management purposes, the chemical status of individual test areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03), individual test sites (stations) in different test media is assessed according to the concentrations of pollutants in different test media. years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle is applied when integrating the results for the assessment of the overall chemical status of the marine area (exceeding of at least one substance in any test medium / station / year indicates that the environmental status is not good).
The chemical status is assessed on the basis of concentrations of polluting substances (1) in water, (2) in sediment and (3) in living organisms (biota). A surface water body has a good chemical status if the measured concentrations of all polluting substances (both uPBT and not uPBT) do not exceed the established environmental quality standards (EQS) and limit values.If the concentration of at least one substance (element) exceeds the EQS (regardless of the medium: water, bottom sediment or biota), the chemical status of the water body is not good. For the approval of EQS for pollutants: 1) concentrations in water and biota: Annex 1 and Annex 2, Parts A and B (List B1) of the Wastewater Management Regulation (transposed Directive 2008/105 / EC as subsequently amended 2013/39 / EC); 2) concentrations in bottom sediments (Order No. D1-194 of the Minister of Environment of the Republic of Lithuania of 4 March 2015 “On Approval of Good Environmental Condition Properties of the Marine Area of ​​the Republic of Lithuania”). For practical management purposes, the chemical status of individual test areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03), individual test sites (stations) in different test media is assessed according to the concentrations of pollutants in different test media. years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle is applied when integrating the results for the assessment of the overall chemical status of the marine area (exceeding of at least one substance in any test medium / station / year indicates that the environmental status is not good).
The chemical status is assessed on the basis of concentrations of polluting substances (1) in water, (2) in sediment and (3) in living organisms (biota). A surface water body has a good chemical status if the measured concentrations of all polluting substances (both uPBT and not uPBT) do not exceed the established environmental quality standards (EQS) and limit values.If the concentration of at least one substance (element) exceeds the EQS (regardless of the medium: water, bottom sediment or biota), the chemical status of the water body is not good. For the approval of EQS for pollutants: 1) concentrations in water and biota: Annex 1 and Annex 2, Parts A and B (List B1) of the Wastewater Management Regulation (transposed Directive 2008/105 / EC as subsequently amended 2013/39 / EC); 2) concentrations in bottom sediments (Order No. D1-194 of the Minister of Environment of the Republic of Lithuania of 4 March 2015 “On Approval of Good Environmental Condition Properties of the Marine Area of ​​the Republic of Lithuania”). For practical management purposes, the chemical status of individual test areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03), individual test sites (stations) in different test media is assessed according to the concentrations of pollutants in different test media. years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle is applied when integrating the results for the assessment of the overall chemical status of the marine area (exceeding of at least one substance in any test medium / station / year indicates that the environmental status is not good).
The chemical status is assessed on the basis of concentrations of polluting substances (1) in water, (2) in sediment and (3) in living organisms (biota). A surface water body has a good chemical status if the measured concentrations of all polluting substances (both uPBT and not uPBT) do not exceed the established environmental quality standards (EQS) and limit values.If the concentration of at least one substance (element) exceeds the EQS (regardless of the medium: water, bottom sediment or biota), the chemical status of the water body is not good. For the approval of EQS for pollutants: 1) concentrations in water and biota: Annex 1 and Annex 2, Parts A and B (List B1) of the Wastewater Management Regulation (transposed Directive 2008/105 / EC as subsequently amended 2013/39 / EC); 2) concentrations in bottom sediments (Order No. D1-194 of the Minister of Environment of the Republic of Lithuania of 4 March 2015 “On Approval of Good Environmental Condition Properties of the Marine Area of ​​the Republic of Lithuania”). For practical management purposes, the chemical status of individual test areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03), individual test sites (stations) in different test media is assessed according to the concentrations of pollutants in different test media. years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle is applied when integrating the results for the assessment of the overall chemical status of the marine area (exceeding of at least one substance in any test medium / station / year indicates that the environmental status is not good).
The chemical status is assessed on the basis of concentrations of polluting substances (1) in water, (2) in sediment and (3) in living organisms (biota). A surface water body has a good chemical status if the measured concentrations of all polluting substances (both uPBT and not uPBT) do not exceed the established environmental quality standards (EQS) and limit values.If the concentration of at least one substance (element) exceeds the EQS (regardless of the medium: water, bottom sediment or biota), the chemical status of the water body is not good. For the approval of EQS for pollutants: 1) concentrations in water and biota: Annex 1 and Annex 2, Parts A and B (List B1) of the Wastewater Management Regulation (transposed Directive 2008/105 / EC as subsequently amended 2013/39 / EC); 2) concentrations in bottom sediments (Order No. D1-194 of the Minister of Environment of the Republic of Lithuania of 4 March 2015 “On Approval of Good Environmental Condition Properties of the Marine Area of ​​the Republic of Lithuania”). For practical management purposes, the chemical status of individual test areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03), individual test sites (stations) in different test media is assessed according to the concentrations of pollutants in different test media. years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle is applied when integrating the results for the assessment of the overall chemical status of the marine area (exceeding of at least one substance in any test medium / station / year indicates that the environmental status is not good).
The chemical status is assessed on the basis of concentrations of polluting substances (1) in water, (2) in sediment and (3) in living organisms (biota). A surface water body has a good chemical status if the measured concentrations of all polluting substances (both uPBT and not uPBT) do not exceed the established environmental quality standards (EQS) and limit values.If the concentration of at least one substance (element) exceeds the EQS (regardless of the medium: water, bottom sediment or biota), the chemical status of the water body is not good. For the approval of EQS for pollutants: 1) concentrations in water and biota: Annex 1 and Annex 2, Parts A and B (List B1) of the Wastewater Management Regulation (transposed Directive 2008/105 / EC as subsequently amended 2013/39 / EC); 2) concentrations in bottom sediments (Order No. D1-194 of the Minister of Environment of the Republic of Lithuania of 4 March 2015 “On Approval of Good Environmental Condition Properties of the Marine Area of ​​the Republic of Lithuania”). For practical management purposes, the chemical status of individual test areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03), individual test sites (stations) in different test media is assessed according to the concentrations of pollutants in different test media. years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle is applied when integrating the results for the assessment of the overall chemical status of the marine area (exceeding of at least one substance in any test medium / station / year indicates that the environmental status is not good).
The chemical status is assessed on the basis of concentrations of polluting substances (1) in water, (2) in sediment and (3) in living organisms (biota). A surface water body has a good chemical status if the measured concentrations of all polluting substances (both uPBT and not uPBT) do not exceed the established environmental quality standards (EQS) and limit values.If the concentration of at least one substance (element) exceeds the EQS (regardless of the medium: water, bottom sediment or biota), the chemical status of the water body is not good. For the approval of EQS for pollutants: 1) concentrations in water and biota: Annex 1 and Annex 2, Parts A and B (List B1) of the Wastewater Management Regulation (transposed Directive 2008/105 / EC as subsequently amended 2013/39 / EC); 2) concentrations in bottom sediments (Order No. D1-194 of the Minister of Environment of the Republic of Lithuania of 4 March 2015 “On Approval of Good Environmental Condition Properties of the Marine Area of ​​the Republic of Lithuania”). For practical management purposes, the chemical status of individual test areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03), individual test sites (stations) in different test media is assessed according to the concentrations of pollutants in different test media. years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle is applied when integrating the results for the assessment of the overall chemical status of the marine area (exceeding of at least one substance in any test medium / station / year indicates that the environmental status is not good).
The chemical status is assessed on the basis of concentrations of polluting substances (1) in water, (2) in sediment and (3) in living organisms (biota). A surface water body has a good chemical status if the measured concentrations of all polluting substances (both uPBT and not uPBT) do not exceed the established environmental quality standards (EQS) and limit values.If the concentration of at least one substance (element) exceeds the EQS (regardless of the medium: water, bottom sediment or biota), the chemical status of the water body is not good. For the approval of EQS for pollutants: 1) concentrations in water and biota: Annex 1 and Annex 2, Parts A and B (List B1) of the Wastewater Management Regulation (transposed Directive 2008/105 / EC as subsequently amended 2013/39 / EC); 2) concentrations in bottom sediments (Order No. D1-194 of the Minister of Environment of the Republic of Lithuania of 4 March 2015 “On Approval of Good Environmental Condition Properties of the Marine Area of ​​the Republic of Lithuania”). For practical management purposes, the chemical status of individual test areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03), individual test sites (stations) in different test media is assessed according to the concentrations of pollutants in different test media. years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle is applied when integrating the results for the assessment of the overall chemical status of the marine area (exceeding of at least one substance in any test medium / station / year indicates that the environmental status is not good).
The chemical status is assessed on the basis of concentrations of polluting substances (1) in water, (2) in sediment and (3) in living organisms (biota). A surface water body has a good chemical status if the measured concentrations of all polluting substances (both uPBT and not uPBT) do not exceed the established environmental quality standards (EQS) and limit values.If the concentration of at least one substance (element) exceeds the EQS (regardless of the medium: water, bottom sediment or biota), the chemical status of the water body is not good. For the approval of EQS for pollutants: 1) concentrations in water and biota: Annex 1 and Annex 2, Parts A and B (List B1) of the Wastewater Management Regulation (transposed Directive 2008/105 / EC as subsequently amended 2013/39 / EC); 2) concentrations in bottom sediments (Order No. D1-194 of the Minister of Environment of the Republic of Lithuania of 4 March 2015 “On Approval of Good Environmental Condition Properties of the Marine Area of ​​the Republic of Lithuania”). For practical management purposes, the chemical status of individual test areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03), individual test sites (stations) in different test media is assessed according to the concentrations of pollutants in different test media. years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle is applied when integrating the results for the assessment of the overall chemical status of the marine area (exceeding of at least one substance in any test medium / station / year indicates that the environmental status is not good).
The chemical status is assessed on the basis of concentrations of polluting substances (1) in water, (2) in sediment and (3) in living organisms (biota). A surface water body has a good chemical status if the measured concentrations of all polluting substances (both uPBT and not uPBT) do not exceed the established environmental quality standards (EQS) and limit values.If the concentration of at least one substance (element) exceeds the EQS (regardless of the medium: water, bottom sediment or biota), the chemical status of the water body is not good. For the approval of EQS for pollutants: 1) concentrations in water and biota: Annex 1 and Annex 2, Parts A and B (List B1) of the Wastewater Management Regulation (transposed Directive 2008/105 / EC as subsequently amended 2013/39 / EC); 2) concentrations in bottom sediments (Order No. D1-194 of the Minister of Environment of the Republic of Lithuania of 4 March 2015 “On Approval of Good Environmental Condition Properties of the Marine Area of ​​the Republic of Lithuania”). For practical management purposes, the chemical status of individual test areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03), individual test sites (stations) in different test media is assessed according to the concentrations of pollutants in different test media. years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle is applied when integrating the results for the assessment of the overall chemical status of the marine area (exceeding of at least one substance in any test medium / station / year indicates that the environmental status is not good).
The chemical status is assessed on the basis of concentrations of polluting substances (1) in water, (2) in sediment and (3) in living organisms (biota). A surface water body has a good chemical status if the measured concentrations of all polluting substances (both uPBT and not uPBT) do not exceed the established environmental quality standards (EQS) and limit values.If the concentration of at least one substance (element) exceeds the EQS (regardless of the medium: water, bottom sediment or biota), the chemical status of the water body is not good. For the approval of EQS for pollutants: 1) concentrations in water and biota: Annex 1 and Annex 2, Parts A and B (List B1) of the Wastewater Management Regulation (transposed Directive 2008/105 / EC as subsequently amended 2013/39 / EC); 2) concentrations in bottom sediments (Order No. D1-194 of the Minister of Environment of the Republic of Lithuania of 4 March 2015 “On Approval of Good Environmental Condition Properties of the Marine Area of ​​the Republic of Lithuania”). For practical management purposes, the chemical status of individual test areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03), individual test sites (stations) in different test media is assessed according to the concentrations of pollutants in different test media. years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle is applied when integrating the results for the assessment of the overall chemical status of the marine area (exceeding of at least one substance in any test medium / station / year indicates that the environmental status is not good).
The chemical status is assessed on the basis of concentrations of polluting substances (1) in water, (2) in sediment and (3) in living organisms (biota). A surface water body has a good chemical status if the measured concentrations of all polluting substances (both uPBT and not uPBT) do not exceed the established environmental quality standards (EQS) and limit values.If the concentration of at least one substance (element) exceeds the EQS (regardless of the medium: water, bottom sediment or biota), the chemical status of the water body is not good. For the approval of EQS for pollutants: 1) concentrations in water and biota: Annex 1 and Annex 2, Parts A and B (List B1) of the Wastewater Management Regulation (transposed Directive 2008/105 / EC as subsequently amended 2013/39 / EC); 2) concentrations in bottom sediments (Order No. D1-194 of the Minister of Environment of the Republic of Lithuania of 4 March 2015 “On Approval of Good Environmental Condition Properties of the Marine Area of ​​the Republic of Lithuania”). For practical management purposes, the chemical status of individual test areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03), individual test sites (stations) in different test media is assessed according to the concentrations of pollutants in different test media. years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle is applied when integrating the results for the assessment of the overall chemical status of the marine area (exceeding of at least one substance in any test medium / station / year indicates that the environmental status is not good).
The chemical status is assessed on the basis of concentrations of polluting substances (1) in water, (2) in sediment and (3) in living organisms (biota). A surface water body has a good chemical status if the measured concentrations of all polluting substances (both uPBT and not uPBT) do not exceed the established environmental quality standards (EQS) and limit values.If the concentration of at least one substance (element) exceeds the EQS (regardless of the medium: water, bottom sediment or biota), the chemical status of the water body is not good. For the approval of EQS for pollutants: 1) concentrations in water and biota: Annex 1 and Annex 2, Parts A and B (List B1) of the Wastewater Management Regulation (transposed Directive 2008/105 / EC as subsequently amended 2013/39 / EC); 2) concentrations in bottom sediments (Order No. D1-194 of the Minister of Environment of the Republic of Lithuania of 4 March 2015 “On Approval of Good Environmental Condition Properties of the Marine Area of ​​the Republic of Lithuania”). For practical management purposes, the chemical status of individual test areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03), individual test sites (stations) in different test media is assessed according to the concentrations of pollutants in different test media. years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle is applied when integrating the results for the assessment of the overall chemical status of the marine area (exceeding of at least one substance in any test medium / station / year indicates that the environmental status is not good).
The chemical status is assessed on the basis of concentrations of polluting substances (1) in water, (2) in sediment and (3) in living organisms (biota). A surface water body has a good chemical status if the measured concentrations of all polluting substances (both uPBT and not uPBT) do not exceed the established environmental quality standards (EQS) and limit values.If the concentration of at least one substance (element) exceeds the EQS (regardless of the medium: water, bottom sediment or biota), the chemical status of the water body is not good. For the approval of EQS for pollutants: 1) concentrations in water and biota: Annex 1 and Annex 2, Parts A and B (List B1) of the Wastewater Management Regulation (transposed Directive 2008/105 / EC as subsequently amended 2013/39 / EC); 2) concentrations in bottom sediments (Order No. D1-194 of the Minister of Environment of the Republic of Lithuania of 4 March 2015 “On Approval of Good Environmental Condition Properties of the Marine Area of ​​the Republic of Lithuania”). For practical management purposes, the chemical status of individual test areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03), individual test sites (stations) in different test media is assessed according to the concentrations of pollutants in different test media. years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle is applied when integrating the results for the assessment of the overall chemical status of the marine area (exceeding of at least one substance in any test medium / station / year indicates that the environmental status is not good).
The chemical status is assessed on the basis of concentrations of polluting substances (1) in water, (2) in sediment and (3) in living organisms (biota). A surface water body has a good chemical status if the measured concentrations of all polluting substances (both uPBT and not uPBT) do not exceed the established environmental quality standards (EQS) and limit values.If the concentration of at least one substance (element) exceeds the EQS (regardless of the medium: water, bottom sediment or biota), the chemical status of the water body is not good. For the approval of EQS for pollutants: 1) concentrations in water and biota: Annex 1 and Annex 2, Parts A and B (List B1) of the Wastewater Management Regulation (transposed Directive 2008/105 / EC as subsequently amended 2013/39 / EC); 2) concentrations in bottom sediments (Order No. D1-194 of the Minister of Environment of the Republic of Lithuania of 4 March 2015 “On Approval of Good Environmental Condition Properties of the Marine Area of ​​the Republic of Lithuania”). For practical management purposes, the chemical status of individual test areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03), individual test sites (stations) in different test media is assessed according to the concentrations of pollutants in different test media. years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle is applied when integrating the results for the assessment of the overall chemical status of the marine area (exceeding of at least one substance in any test medium / station / year indicates that the environmental status is not good).
The chemical status is assessed on the basis of concentrations of polluting substances (1) in water, (2) in sediment and (3) in living organisms (biota). A surface water body has a good chemical status if the measured concentrations of all polluting substances (both uPBT and not uPBT) do not exceed the established environmental quality standards (EQS) and limit values.If the concentration of at least one substance (element) exceeds the EQS (regardless of the medium: water, bottom sediment or biota), the chemical status of the water body is not good. For the approval of EQS for pollutants: 1) concentrations in water and biota: Annex 1 and Annex 2, Parts A and B (List B1) of the Wastewater Management Regulation (transposed Directive 2008/105 / EC as subsequently amended 2013/39 / EC); 2) concentrations in bottom sediments (Order No. D1-194 of the Minister of Environment of the Republic of Lithuania of 4 March 2015 “On Approval of Good Environmental Condition Properties of the Marine Area of ​​the Republic of Lithuania”). For practical management purposes, the chemical status of individual test areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03), individual test sites (stations) in different test media is assessed according to the concentrations of pollutants in different test media. years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle is applied when integrating the results for the assessment of the overall chemical status of the marine area (exceeding of at least one substance in any test medium / station / year indicates that the environmental status is not good).
The chemical status is assessed on the basis of concentrations of polluting substances (1) in water, (2) in sediment and (3) in living organisms (biota). A surface water body has a good chemical status if the measured concentrations of all polluting substances (both uPBT and not uPBT) do not exceed the established environmental quality standards (EQS) and limit values.If the concentration of at least one substance (element) exceeds the EQS (regardless of the medium: water, bottom sediment or biota), the chemical status of the water body is not good. For the approval of EQS for pollutants: 1) concentrations in water and biota: Annex 1 and Annex 2, Parts A and B (List B1) of the Wastewater Management Regulation (transposed Directive 2008/105 / EC as subsequently amended 2013/39 / EC); 2) concentrations in bottom sediments (Order No. D1-194 of the Minister of Environment of the Republic of Lithuania of 4 March 2015 “On Approval of Good Environmental Condition Properties of the Marine Area of ​​the Republic of Lithuania”). For practical management purposes, the chemical status of individual test areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03), individual test sites (stations) in different test media is assessed according to the concentrations of pollutants in different test media. years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle is applied when integrating the results for the assessment of the overall chemical status of the marine area (exceeding of at least one substance in any test medium / station / year indicates that the environmental status is not good).
The chemical status is assessed on the basis of concentrations of polluting substances (1) in water, (2) in sediment and (3) in living organisms (biota). A surface water body has a good chemical status if the measured concentrations of all polluting substances (both uPBT and not uPBT) do not exceed the established environmental quality standards (EQS) and limit values.If the concentration of at least one substance (element) exceeds the EQS (regardless of the medium: water, bottom sediment or biota), the chemical status of the water body is not good. For the approval of EQS for pollutants: 1) concentrations in water and biota: Annex 1 and Annex 2, Parts A and B (List B1) of the Wastewater Management Regulation (transposed Directive 2008/105 / EC as subsequently amended 2013/39 / EC); 2) concentrations in bottom sediments (Order No. D1-194 of the Minister of Environment of the Republic of Lithuania of 4 March 2015 “On Approval of Good Environmental Condition Properties of the Marine Area of ​​the Republic of Lithuania”). For practical management purposes, the chemical status of individual test areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03), individual test sites (stations) in different test media is assessed according to the concentrations of pollutants in different test media. years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle is applied when integrating the results for the assessment of the overall chemical status of the marine area (exceeding of at least one substance in any test medium / station / year indicates that the environmental status is not good).
The chemical status is assessed on the basis of concentrations of polluting substances (1) in water, (2) in sediment and (3) in living organisms (biota). A surface water body has a good chemical status if the measured concentrations of all polluting substances (both uPBT and not uPBT) do not exceed the established environmental quality standards (EQS) and limit values.If the concentration of at least one substance (element) exceeds the EQS (regardless of the medium: water, bottom sediment or biota), the chemical status of the water body is not good. For the approval of EQS for pollutants: 1) concentrations in water and biota: Annex 1 and Annex 2, Parts A and B (List B1) of the Wastewater Management Regulation (transposed Directive 2008/105 / EC as subsequently amended 2013/39 / EC); 2) concentrations in bottom sediments (Order No. D1-194 of the Minister of Environment of the Republic of Lithuania of 4 March 2015 “On Approval of Good Environmental Condition Properties of the Marine Area of ​​the Republic of Lithuania”). For practical management purposes, the chemical status of individual test areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03), individual test sites (stations) in different test media is assessed according to the concentrations of pollutants in different test media. years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle is applied when integrating the results for the assessment of the overall chemical status of the marine area (exceeding of at least one substance in any test medium / station / year indicates that the environmental status is not good).
The chemical status is assessed on the basis of concentrations of polluting substances (1) in water, (2) in sediment and (3) in living organisms (biota). A surface water body has a good chemical status if the measured concentrations of all polluting substances (both uPBT and not uPBT) do not exceed the established environmental quality standards (EQS) and limit values.If the concentration of at least one substance (element) exceeds the EQS (regardless of the medium: water, bottom sediment or biota), the chemical status of the water body is not good. For the approval of EQS for pollutants: 1) concentrations in water and biota: Annex 1 and Annex 2, Parts A and B (List B1) of the Wastewater Management Regulation (transposed Directive 2008/105 / EC as subsequently amended 2013/39 / EC); 2) concentrations in bottom sediments (Order No. D1-194 of the Minister of Environment of the Republic of Lithuania of 4 March 2015 “On Approval of Good Environmental Condition Properties of the Marine Area of ​​the Republic of Lithuania”). For practical management purposes, the chemical status of individual test areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03), individual test sites (stations) in different test media is assessed according to the concentrations of pollutants in different test media. years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle is applied when integrating the results for the assessment of the overall chemical status of the marine area (exceeding of at least one substance in any test medium / station / year indicates that the environmental status is not good).
The chemical status is assessed on the basis of concentrations of polluting substances (1) in water, (2) in sediment and (3) in living organisms (biota). A surface water body has a good chemical status if the measured concentrations of all polluting substances (both uPBT and not uPBT) do not exceed the established environmental quality standards (EQS) and limit values.If the concentration of at least one substance (element) exceeds the EQS (regardless of the medium: water, bottom sediment or biota), the chemical status of the water body is not good. For the approval of EQS for pollutants: 1) concentrations in water and biota: Annex 1 and Annex 2, Parts A and B (List B1) of the Wastewater Management Regulation (transposed Directive 2008/105 / EC as subsequently amended 2013/39 / EC); 2) concentrations in bottom sediments (Order No. D1-194 of the Minister of Environment of the Republic of Lithuania of 4 March 2015 “On Approval of Good Environmental Condition Properties of the Marine Area of ​​the Republic of Lithuania”). For practical management purposes, the chemical status of individual test areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03), individual test sites (stations) in different test media is assessed according to the concentrations of pollutants in different test media. years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle is applied when integrating the results for the assessment of the overall chemical status of the marine area (exceeding of at least one substance in any test medium / station / year indicates that the environmental status is not good).
The chemical status is assessed on the basis of concentrations of polluting substances (1) in water, (2) in sediment and (3) in living organisms (biota). A surface water body has a good chemical status if the measured concentrations of all polluting substances (both uPBT and not uPBT) do not exceed the established environmental quality standards (EQS) and limit values.If the concentration of at least one substance (element) exceeds the EQS (regardless of the medium: water, bottom sediment or biota), the chemical status of the water body is not good. For the approval of EQS for pollutants: 1) concentrations in water and biota: Annex 1 and Annex 2, Parts A and B (List B1) of the Wastewater Management Regulation (transposed Directive 2008/105 / EC as subsequently amended 2013/39 / EC); 2) concentrations in bottom sediments (Order No. D1-194 of the Minister of Environment of the Republic of Lithuania of 4 March 2015 “On Approval of Good Environmental Condition Properties of the Marine Area of ​​the Republic of Lithuania”). For practical management purposes, the chemical status of individual test areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03), individual test sites (stations) in different test media is assessed according to the concentrations of pollutants in different test media. years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle is applied when integrating the results for the assessment of the overall chemical status of the marine area (exceeding of at least one substance in any test medium / station / year indicates that the environmental status is not good).
The chemical status is assessed on the basis of concentrations of polluting substances (1) in water, (2) in sediment and (3) in living organisms (biota). A surface water body has a good chemical status if the measured concentrations of all polluting substances (both uPBT and not uPBT) do not exceed the established environmental quality standards (EQS) and limit values.If the concentration of at least one substance (element) exceeds the EQS (regardless of the medium: water, bottom sediment or biota), the chemical status of the water body is not good. For the approval of EQS for pollutants: 1) concentrations in water and biota: Annex 1 and Annex 2, Parts A and B (List B1) of the Wastewater Management Regulation (transposed Directive 2008/105 / EC as subsequently amended 2013/39 / EC); 2) concentrations in bottom sediments (Order No. D1-194 of the Minister of Environment of the Republic of Lithuania of 4 March 2015 “On Approval of Good Environmental Condition Properties of the Marine Area of ​​the Republic of Lithuania”). For practical management purposes, the chemical status of individual test areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03), individual test sites (stations) in different test media is assessed according to the concentrations of pollutants in different test media. years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle is applied when integrating the results for the assessment of the overall chemical status of the marine area (exceeding of at least one substance in any test medium / station / year indicates that the environmental status is not good).
The chemical status is assessed on the basis of concentrations of polluting substances (1) in water, (2) in sediment and (3) in living organisms (biota). A surface water body has a good chemical status if the measured concentrations of all polluting substances (both uPBT and not uPBT) do not exceed the established environmental quality standards (EQS) and limit values.If the concentration of at least one substance (element) exceeds the EQS (regardless of the medium: water, bottom sediment or biota), the chemical status of the water body is not good. For the approval of EQS for pollutants: 1) concentrations in water and biota: Annex 1 and Annex 2, Parts A and B (List B1) of the Wastewater Management Regulation (transposed Directive 2008/105 / EC as subsequently amended 2013/39 / EC); 2) concentrations in bottom sediments (Order No. D1-194 of the Minister of Environment of the Republic of Lithuania of 4 March 2015 “On Approval of Good Environmental Condition Properties of the Marine Area of ​​the Republic of Lithuania”). For practical management purposes, the chemical status of individual test areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03), individual test sites (stations) in different test media is assessed according to the concentrations of pollutants in different test media. years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle is applied when integrating the results for the assessment of the overall chemical status of the marine area (exceeding of at least one substance in any test medium / station / year indicates that the environmental status is not good).
The chemical status is assessed on the basis of concentrations of polluting substances (1) in water, (2) in sediment and (3) in living organisms (biota). A surface water body has a good chemical status if the measured concentrations of all polluting substances (both uPBT and not uPBT) do not exceed the established environmental quality standards (EQS) and limit values.If the concentration of at least one substance (element) exceeds the EQS (regardless of the medium: water, bottom sediment or biota), the chemical status of the water body is not good. For the approval of EQS for pollutants: 1) concentrations in water and biota: Annex 1 and Annex 2, Parts A and B (List B1) of the Wastewater Management Regulation (transposed Directive 2008/105 / EC as subsequently amended 2013/39 / EC); 2) concentrations in bottom sediments (Order No. D1-194 of the Minister of Environment of the Republic of Lithuania of 4 March 2015 “On Approval of Good Environmental Condition Properties of the Marine Area of ​​the Republic of Lithuania”). For practical management purposes, the chemical status of individual test areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03), individual test sites (stations) in different test media is assessed according to the concentrations of pollutants in different test media. years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle is applied when integrating the results for the assessment of the overall chemical status of the marine area (exceeding of at least one substance in any test medium / station / year indicates that the environmental status is not good).
The chemical status is assessed on the basis of concentrations of polluting substances (1) in water, (2) in sediment and (3) in living organisms (biota). A surface water body has a good chemical status if the measured concentrations of all polluting substances (both uPBT and not uPBT) do not exceed the established environmental quality standards (EQS) and limit values.If the concentration of at least one substance (element) exceeds the EQS (regardless of the medium: water, bottom sediment or biota), the chemical status of the water body is not good. For the approval of EQS for pollutants: 1) concentrations in water and biota: Annex 1 and Annex 2, Parts A and B (List B1) of the Wastewater Management Regulation (transposed Directive 2008/105 / EC as subsequently amended 2013/39 / EC); 2) concentrations in bottom sediments (Order No. D1-194 of the Minister of Environment of the Republic of Lithuania of 4 March 2015 “On Approval of Good Environmental Condition Properties of the Marine Area of ​​the Republic of Lithuania”). For practical management purposes, the chemical status of individual test areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03), individual test sites (stations) in different test media is assessed according to the concentrations of pollutants in different test media. years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle is applied when integrating the results for the assessment of the overall chemical status of the marine area (exceeding of at least one substance in any test medium / station / year indicates that the environmental status is not good).
The chemical status is assessed on the basis of concentrations of polluting substances (1) in water, (2) in sediment and (3) in living organisms (biota). A surface water body has a good chemical status if the measured concentrations of all polluting substances (both uPBT and not uPBT) do not exceed the established environmental quality standards (EQS) and limit values.If the concentration of at least one substance (element) exceeds the EQS (regardless of the medium: water, bottom sediment or biota), the chemical status of the water body is not good. For the approval of EQS for pollutants: 1) concentrations in water and biota: Annex 1 and Annex 2, Parts A and B (List B1) of the Wastewater Management Regulation (transposed Directive 2008/105 / EC as subsequently amended 2013/39 / EC); 2) concentrations in bottom sediments (Order No. D1-194 of the Minister of Environment of the Republic of Lithuania of 4 March 2015 “On Approval of Good Environmental Condition Properties of the Marine Area of ​​the Republic of Lithuania”). For practical management purposes, the chemical status of individual test areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03), individual test sites (stations) in different test media is assessed according to the concentrations of pollutants in different test media. years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle is applied when integrating the results for the assessment of the overall chemical status of the marine area (exceeding of at least one substance in any test medium / station / year indicates that the environmental status is not good).
The chemical status is assessed on the basis of concentrations of polluting substances (1) in water, (2) in sediment and (3) in living organisms (biota). A surface water body has a good chemical status if the measured concentrations of all polluting substances (both uPBT and not uPBT) do not exceed the established environmental quality standards (EQS) and limit values.If the concentration of at least one substance (element) exceeds the EQS (regardless of the medium: water, bottom sediment or biota), the chemical status of the water body is not good. For the approval of EQS for pollutants: 1) concentrations in water and biota: Annex 1 and Annex 2, Parts A and B (List B1) of the Wastewater Management Regulation (transposed Directive 2008/105 / EC as subsequently amended 2013/39 / EC); 2) concentrations in bottom sediments (Order No. D1-194 of the Minister of Environment of the Republic of Lithuania of 4 March 2015 “On Approval of Good Environmental Condition Properties of the Marine Area of ​​the Republic of Lithuania”). For practical management purposes, the chemical status of individual test areas (BAL-LT-AA-01, BAL-LT-AA-02 and BAL-LT-AA-03), individual test sites (stations) in different test media is assessed according to the concentrations of pollutants in different test media. years. Subsequently, the OOAO principle is applied when integrating the results for the assessment of the overall chemical status of the marine area (exceeding of at least one substance in any test medium / station / year indicates that the environmental status is not good).