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  • INSPIRE view service for harmonized spatial dataset "The State Environmental Monitoring - Monitoring of forests" (WMS). The data published by the service comes from the CIEP file database, which is a copy of data forests monitoring (the source database operates at Forest Research Institute (IBL)). The view service meets the INSPIRE specification requirements (INSPIRE View Service). The service uses the WMS OGC interface version 1.3.0.

  • The spatial dataset concerns the monitoring of early detection of radioactive contamination, which is carried out as part of the ionizing radiation monitoring subsystem of the State Environmental Monitoring. The goal of monitoring is 24-hour measurements of gamma radiation and radioactivity of air aerosols and total precipitation in the network of early detection of radioactive contamination of the Institute of Meteorology and Water Management - PIB for the assessment of the radiation situation in Poland. The network for early detection of radioactive contamination of the Institute of Meteorology and Water Management - PIB includes 9 measuring stations and is part of the country's radiation situation assessment system, coordinated by the President of the National Atomic Energy Agency. The measurement results obtained within the network are used for current assessment of the degree of radioactive contamination of the atmosphere in the country and for early warning of the public against radiation danger. The measurement program for the network of radioactive contamination detection stations provides for the following measurements: continuous measurement of the gamma radiation dose rate in air at a height of 1m from the ground with registration of hourly and daily average values; continuous radioactivity measurement of air aerosol samples; measurements of global beta activity of daily and monthly total precipitation samples; spectrometric measurements of Cs-137 activity and selected natural gamma-radioactive isotopes in aggregate samples of monthly total precipitation; radiochemical determination of Sr-90 in aggregate samples of monthly total precipitation.

  • The spatial dataset concerns forest monitoring, which is carried out as part of the nature monitoring subsystem of the State Environmental Monitoring coordinated by the Chief Inspector of Environmental Protection. This monitoring is a system for assessing the forest environment and the health condition of stands on the basis of continuous or periodic observations and measurements of selected indicators on permanent observation plots. The purpose of forest monitoring is to provide the data on the state of forests and the processes leading to deformations in their structure or disturbances in their functioning for the purposes associated with developing a forest policy and managing forest ecosystems in order to improve the quality of the natural environment in the country. Monitoring is carried out in a network of permanent observation plots: "1st Level Permanent Observation Plots (1st level POPs)", "2nd Level Permanent Observation Plots (2nd level POPs)" and "Intensively Monitored Permanent Observation Plots (IM POPs)". The research program includes the following indicators: biosocial position, diameter of breast height trees, defoliation, needle length or leaf size, flowering, number of needleage classes, crown shading, discoloration, secondary shoots, shoot growth rates, crown thinning type, proportion of dead branches, abundance of seeds, crown visibility, symptoms and causes of tree damage.

  • The spatial dataset concerns the groundwater quality monitoring, which is conducted as part of the water quality monitoring subsystem of the State Environmental Monitoring coordinated by the Chief Inspector of Environmental Protection. The purpose of groundwater quality monitoring is to provide information on the chemical status of groundwater, track its changes and indicate dangers at national level in order to manage groundwater and assess the effectiveness of taken protective measures. Monitoring research is carried out on three spatial scales: national, regional and local. National monitoring fulfills the requirements of the Water Framework Directive, which is carried out on the basis of the national measurement network covering all groundwater bodies distinguished in the country. Research on the chemical status of groundwater will be carried out as part of: diagnostic monitoring, operational monitoring. The results of tests and assessments carried out as part of groundwater quality monitoring are used to optimize activities related to the protection and management of groundwater resources, aimed at maintaining or achieving good groundwater status. As part of the dataset, only measurement results are published.

  • The spatial dataset concerns the monitoring of Cs-137 concentration in soil, which is carried out as part of the ionizing radiation monitoring subsystem of the State Environmental Monitoring. The purpose of monitoring is to provide data on the surface layer of soil in Poland in terms of distribution of cesium-137 deposition and natural radionuclide concentrations in the surface soil layer. The data obtained enable assessment of the radiological status of that element of the environment and the extent of potential exposure of the population and the environment to ionizing radiation from that source. The measurement programme under this task consists in spectrometric measurements of the soil samples collected at the sites located at Institute of Meteorology and Water Management - National Research Institute (IMGW-PIB) stations and posts. The measurements of Cs-137 (optionally – the contents of natural radioactive isotopes ) are conducted in compliance with the tasks of specialised units.

  • INSPIRE download service for harmonized spatial dataset "The State Environmental Monitoring - Monitoring of forests" (WFS). The data published by the service comes from the CIEP file database, which is a copy of data forests monitoring (the source database operates at Forest Research Institute (IBL)). The service uses the WFS OGC interface version 2.0.0. The service implements direct access to objects and is associated with the ATOM download service (http://inspire.gios.gov.pl/atom_web/atom/monit_forests/).

  • The spatial dataset concerns the monitoring of radioactive contamination of surface waters and bottom sediments, which is carried out as part of the State Environmental Monitoring coordinated by the Chief Inspector of Environmental Protection. The purpose of monitoring is to provide data on changes in the radiation status of river and lake waters through systematic representative of control of Cs-137 and Sr-90 concentrations in river and lake waters as well as Cs-137, Pu-238 and Pu-239, 240 in bottom sediments. The measurements are conducted in accordance with the methodology approved by the President of the National Atomic Energy Agency. Measurements of radioactive contamination are carried out in waters and bottom sediments from the rivers Wisła, Odra, Bug, Narew and Warta as well as in waters and bottom sediments from six selected lakes in Poland: Wielkie Partęczyny (Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship), Drawsko (West Pomeranian Voivodeship), Wadąg (Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship), Rogóźno (Lublin Voivodeship), Niesłysz (Lubusz Voivodeship), Wigry (Podlasie Voivodeship). Water samples are taken from the mainstream rivers and from lake bridges, while bottom sediment samples are an average sample from three independent datasets. Samples of water and bottom sediments are taken twice a year, in spring and autumn.

  • INSPIRE download service for harmonized spatial dataset "The State Environmental Monitoring - The noise monitoring" (WFS). The data published by the service comes from the EHAŁAS database, collecting data from noise monitoring, maintained by CIEP. The service publishes object types defined in the INSPIRE Environmental Monitoring Facilities (EF) application schema. The service uses the WFS OGC interface version 2.0.0. The service implements direct access to objects.

  • INSPIRE download service for harmonized spatial dataset "The State Environmental Monitoring - The monitoring of the chemistry of arable soils" (SOS). The data published by the service comes from the MCG database, collecting data from the monitoring of arable soil chemistry, maintained by CIEP. The service publishes object types defined in the INSPIRE Environmental Monitoring Facilities (EF) and Soil (SO) application schema. The service uses the OGC SOS interface version 2.0. The service implements direct access to Observation objects.

  • INSPIRE view service for harmonized spatial dataset "The State Environmental Monitoring - The ionizing radiation monitoring - Detection of radioactive contamination" (WMS). The data published by the service comes from the CIEP file database, which is a copy of data on ionizing radiation monitoring - Detection of radioactive contamination (the source database operates at the Institute of Meteorology and Water Management - National Research Institute (IMGW-PIB)). The view service meets the INSPIRE specification requirements (INSPIRE View Service). The service uses the WMS OGC interface version 1.3.0.