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Gestion des déchets de l'industrie extractive
The dataset represents the public train transport network as coordinated by the Verkéiersverbond. The constantly updated data can be viewed on the geoportal (http://g-o.lu/3/jOPk).
According to the Water Framework Directive (Directive 2000/60/EC ), macrophytes and diatoms are monitored as two sub-elements of the aquatic flora. Macrophytes are particularly sensitive to organic pollution, trophy and hydromorphology. The diatom assemblages are different in function of concentrations of nutrients and organic pollutants.
The macroinvertebrates are sampled according to the French method IBGN ( indice biologique global normalisé , agences de l' eau 2000). The results allow to classify the surface water bodies into 5 classes : high - good - moderate - poor - bad. Macroinvertebrates are sensitive to the hydromorphology, organic pollution , biological continuity , water regime and acidification. The Macroinvertebrates are one out of four biological parameters of the ecological status of surface water.
Daily pollen concentration data for 33 pollen types since Jan 1, 1992 in Luxembourg. The view service of this dataset support time requests. The different wms shows value of measurements at a precise timestamp.
The current water levels can be downloaded. Water levels are updated up to every 15 minutes. **The data is not validated. The data is issued by the Administration de la gestion de l’eau and the Service de la navigation (Moselle).** Important notice: The time is given in Western European Time **(UTC+1)** all year, the European Summer Time is not considered. You may have to adapt the time to your needs.
Buildings of the cadastral map PCN. This dataset has been harmonized according to the INSPIRE theme "Buildings" data specification.
INSPIRE version of the 2016 Infrared Orthophoto of the ACT. The pixel size is 25cm. Light versions (1m, 10m) available.
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.