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Measure Spadenlander Busch

Degree of synergistic effects and conflicts according WFD aims

Indicator Group Code Main pressures freshwater zone Elbe Effect? Description: Effects of the measure Spadenlander Busch
- - - 0 + + +
S.I. - Habitat loss and degradation during the last about 100 years: Subtidal       +   Creation of new sub- and intertidal area
S.I. 1.1 Habitat loss and degradation during the last about 100 years: Intertidal       +  
S.I. 1.4/ 1.5 Gross change in morphology/hydrographic regime during the last about 100 years       +   Attempt to influence the hydrodynamic system in a beneficial manner
S.I. 3.1/3.2 Decrease of water and sediment chemical quality     0     -
D.I. 2.3 Discharge of nutrients or harmful substances     0     -
D.I. 1.3 Land claim during the last about 100 years       +   Creation of new sub- and intertidal area
D.I. 2.6 Capital dredging       x   Could lower the bad side effects of capital dredging¬†¬†


Table 2: Effect of the measure concerning the main pressures in the estuarine freshwater zone
S.I. = state indicator; D.I. = driver indicator


The measure Spadenlander Busch has positive effects on five out of seven main pressures according to the WFD.


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