ICPR – International Commission for the Protection of the Rhine

River basin management plan 2015

According to Article 13, Par. 3, of the Water Framework Directive, a second coordinated management plan 2015 was to be drafted for the international river basin district Rhine.
The management plan 2015 (part A) is a result of international coordination in the Rhine river basin district.

The national management plans are to be found here.

K1Topography and Soil Cover
K2Areas of operation
K3Surface Waters Location and Limits of Water Bodies
K4Surface water bodies: Types of water bodies
K5Groundwater bodies
K6Categories of Waters (natural, artificial and heavily modified Surface water bodies)
K7Large transverse structures: upstream Migration: Drop ≥ 2 m  
K8Large transverse structures: downstream migration Drop ≥ 2 m
K9Abstraction of water for human consumption
K10Flora, fauna, habitat (FFH) areas NATURA 2000 depending on water 
K11Bird protection Areas depending on water NATURA 2000
K12Surveillance monitoring Network biology (Surface water bodies)
K14Phytobenthos / macrophytes (including sea weed and common salt marsh grass)
K16Fish fauna
K17Ecological Status/ecological potential of Surface waters - total
K18Surveillance monitoring Network 'chemistry' (Surface water bodies)
K19Chemical Status of Surface water bodies
K20Chemical status of surface water bodies – classification without ubiquitous substances
K21Groundwater - Monitoring Network Quantity
K22Groundwater - Quantitative status
K23Groundwater - Surveillance Monitoring Network chemistry
K24Groundwater chemical state - total
K25Groundwater chemical Status - nitrate
K26Surface water body – achievement of objectives Ecological potential 2021
K27Surface water body – achievement of objectives Chemical status 2021
K28Groundwater – achievement of objectives Quantitative status 2021
K29Groundwater – achievement of objectives Chemical status 2021
K30Master plan Migratory Fish Rhine: Upstream continuity Example of the salmon and sea trout resp.Lake Constance lake trout