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Determining the Reference Ephemeroptera Communities in the Eastern Part of the Black Sea Region for the Implementation of the Water Framework Directive in Turkey

-Kloiber A. and Hering D. (eds), Pensoft Publishers (Sofia- Moscow), 254. 5. Clarke R. T., Wright J. F. and Furse M. T., 2003 - RIVPACS models for predicting the expected macroinvertebrate fauna and assessing the ecological quality of rivers, Ecological Modelling, 3, 219-233. 6. Çoşkun A. A., 2010 - AB Su Çerçeve Direktifi Açısından Türk Hukukunda Nehir Havza Yönetim Planlaması, Süleyman Demirel Üniversitesi Orman Fakültesi Dergisi, A, 1, 43-55. (in Turkish) 7. Council of European Communities, 2000 - Water Framework Directive

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Hydrological analysis for meeting climate change effects and European Water Framework Directive targets

Framework Directive on agriculture, nature, recreation and fishery. Alterra publication, Wageningen, The Netherlands: 12. Van Walsum P. E. V., Veldhuizen A. A., Van Bakel P. J. T., Van Der Bolt F. J. E., Dik P. E., Groenendijk P., Querner E. P., Smit M. F. R., 2004. SIMGRO 5.0.1, Theory and model implementation. Alterra-Report 913.1. Alterra, Wageningen, The Netherlands. Vereijken P., Van der Werf A., 2007. Experimental concept of water purification in reed fields. Available at:

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The Transboundary Water Management – Comparing Policy Translations of the Water Framework Directive in the International Basin Districts of the Oder River and the Torne River

Introduction Since its enactment in 2000 the Water Framework Directive (WFD) has attracted wide scholarly attention ( Boeuf, Fritsch 2016 , Newig et al. 2016 ). Water governance is one of the most widely discussed topics in transboundary environmental governance literature with studies on river basin governance taking centre stage (e.g. Dore et al. 2012 , Jager 2016 ). This is related to the fact that the EU member states were required to produce water management plans for the first implementation cycle of 2009–2015. This obligation has been regarded as a

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Phytoplankton in the ecological status assessment of European lakes – advantages and constraints

REFERENCES AND LEGAL ACTS BIRK S., BONNE W., BORJA A., BRUCET S., COURRAT A., POIKANE S., SOLIMINI A. G., van de BUND W., ZAMPOUKAS N., HERING D. 2012. Three hundred ways to assess Europe’s surface waters: an almost complete overview of biological methods to implement the Water Framework Directive. Ecological Indicators 18: 31-41. BLUKACZ E. A., SHUTER B. J., SPRULES W. G. 2009. Towards understanding the relationship between wind conditions and plankton patchiness. Limnol. Oceanogr. 54, 5: 1530 – 1540. BORICS G., NAGY L., MIRON S., GRIGORSZKY I

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Do benthic diatom assemblages reflect abiotic typology: a case study of Croatian streams and rivers

24, 945-947. Clarke, K. R., Warwick, R. M., 2001: Change in marine communities: an approach to statistical analysis and interpretation, 2nd edition. Primer-E, Plymuth. Davy-Bowker, J., Clarke, R. T., Johnson, R. K., Kokes, J., Murphy, J. F., Zahrádková, S., 2006: A comparison of the European Water Framework Directive physical typology and RIVPACS-type models as alternative methods of establishing reference conditions for benthic macroinvertebrates. Hydrobiologia 566, 91-105. DeNicola, D. M., Eyto, E. de, Wemaere, A

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Ecomorphological evaluation of the Łyna River along the Kotowo-Ardapy section

. HABSCORE - applications and future developments of related habitat models. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems , 8(4): 633-644. Monitoring Guidance on Monitoring for the Water Framework Directive. Final Version 23 January 2003, Water Framework Directive Common Implementation Strategy Working Group 2.7. Norris R.H., Prosser I., Young B., Liston P., Bauer N., Davies N., Dyer F., Linke S. & Thoms M., 2001. The Assessment of River Condition. An Audit of the Ecological Condition of Australian Rivers

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Principles of hydromorphological surveys of Polish rivers

References Atlas podziału hydrograficznego Polski, 2005. Cz. 1. Mapy w skali 1:200 000. Cz. 2. Zestawienia zlewni. (Atlas of hydrographic division of Poland. Maps in the scale 1:200 000. Part 2. List of catchment basins) Pr. zbior. Red. H. Czarnecka. Warszawa, IMGW. Common Implementation Strategy (CIS) for the Water Framework Directive (WFD) 2000/60/EC [online] Guidance nr

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Bioindication on the basis of benthic diatoms: Advantages and disadvantages of the Polish phytobenthos lake assessment method (IOJ – the Diatom Index for Lakes) / Bioindykacja na podstawie okrzemek bentosowych: Mocne i słabe strony polskiej metody oceny jezior na podstawie fitobentosu (IOJ – Indeks Okrzemkowy Jezior)

European Parliament and of the Council of 23 October 2000 establishing a framework for Community action in the field of water policy. Official Journal of the European Communities L 327/1 of 22.12.2000, 72 pp. EMINSON D., MOSS B. 1980. The composition and ecology of periphyton communities in freshwaters. British Phycological Journal 15: 429-446. EUROPEAN COMMISSION 2003. Common Implementation Strategy for the Water Framework Directive (2000/60/EC). Guidance Document No 7. Monitoring under the Water Framework Directive. Produced by Working

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The impact of cattle drinking points on aquatic macroinvertebrates in streams in south-east Ireland

from cattle accessing streams may have only a minor effect on stream water quality (for further reading see O'Callaghan et al ., 2018 ). EU member states must achieve or maintain at least ‘good’ ecological and chemical status in all waters by 2027 (Water Framework Directive (WFD) 2000/60/EC). Agri-environment policy has been implemented in an effort to address deteriorating water quality. In Ireland, the Rural Environment Protection Scheme (REPS) permitted a maximum of one cattle drinking point (CDP) within each field for participating farmers; more recently, the

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Elements of water management planning according to EU Water Framework Directive in the catchment of Upper Narew

the Cracow Technical University. Typology of surface waters and Identification of surface water and groundwater bodies under the Provisions of the WFD 2000/60/EC; 2004. Consortium: Institute of Meteorology and Water Management, Institute of Environmental Protection, National Institute of Geology, Maritime Institute. G3 Guidelines - Planning water management in Poland under the provisions of the Water Framework Directive, 2005. Technical Assistance in the Implementation of WFD 2000/60/EC in Poland. Warszawa

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