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Modeling of the content of topsoil organic carbon (%) (ISO 10694) in croplands (0-25 cm), permanent grasslands (0-10 cm), vineyards (0-30 cm) and forests (0-20 cm). Based on soil analysis data collected between 2012-2014 (agriculture, vineyards) and 1998-2001 (forest). Data not transformed into INSPIRE data model
Interpolation (Kriging) of the pH content (CaCl2) in agricultural soils. Based on soil analysis data from 2009 to 2014. Data not transformed into INSPIRE data model
The chemical status of the surface water bodies is assessed as being good or failing to achieve good chemical status. The assessment of the chemical status for the second river basin management plan is based on the list of substances of directive 2008/105/EC as well as its environmental quality standards.
The surface water typology was determined on the basis of geographical , geological, morphological and hydrological characteristics. The Luxembourgish surface water typology comprises six types. For all six types the reference conditions, which would be achieved if there were no anthropogenic pressures impacting surface waters, are described in fact sheets. The reference conditions correspond to the high status of surface water bodies.
Due to the prolonged drought and the warm and sunny weather, we advise all citizens to reserve the use of drinking water, as far as possible, to essential uses such as food preparation and hygiene.
The geostatistical interpolation map shows in real time the most probable distribution of the pollutant fine particles (PM2.5) between the different fixed measurement points that make up the telemetric network of Luxembourg, this at a resolution of 1km2.
The geostatistical interpolation map shows in real time the most probable distribution of the pollutant fine particles (PM10) between the different fixed measurement points that make up the telemetric network of Luxembourg, this at a resolution of 1km2.
Risk assessment of the groundwater body regarding the good quantitative state in 2027.
Drinking water shortage (level « orange »)
The ecological status of the natural waterbodies is assessed in 5 classes going from 1 to 5 (high, good, moderate, poor, bad). The classification of the ecological status is based on the biological quality elements, physico-chemical quality elements and in some cases also the hydromorphological quality elements.