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FATE Interactive Map Viewer

 

The FATE interactive map viewer was designed to display thematic  maps about pollutants at European scale. Various tools were implemented to allow user not only to view the pollutants modelled and monitored data, but also perform simple queries against the data and generate a simple user commented WYSWYG (What You See is What You Get) reports.


Nutrients (Modelling) Map

Interactive mapThe viewer displays at river basin scale major environmental information linked to climate, landuse, nutrient discharges from wastewater treatment plants, application of fertilizers, diffuse sources of nitrogen and phosphorus and loads to European rivers.  

The Map Viewer allows you to select a point location and provides the option to display spatial information relative to the full river "basin" or to the  drainage area "upstream" to the selected point. Various data layers and time series will then become available for mapping over a time period ranging from 1985 to 2005.

To start the process please use the button identify basin button in the map toolbox and then click over the choosen point in Europe.

 

-->Launch the FATE Nutrients Modelling Map<--


Chemicals (Monitoring) Map

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The viewer displays the results of a pan-European screening exercises on whole water samples in 2007, on unfiltered groundwater samples in 2008 and on effluents from selected waste water treatment plants in 2009.

The Map Viewer allows you to select a sampling point location and provides the option to display various chemical concentrations tested on a specific water sample.

To start the process please use the button identify sampling point in the map toolbox and then select chemicals from the list. Alternatively you may use search functionality for a particular chemical. Please note that not all concentrations have been permitted yet to be shown by the participating laboratories.  A pending assent message will appear in such a case.

-->Launch the FATE Chemicals Monitoring Map<--


Contact

Please contact konstantins.bogucarskis(at)jrc.ec.europa.eu if you would like help using this interactive mapping application.