TNMN Yearbook 2009 available

The TransNational Monitoring Network is an important tool under the DRPC, whose Contracting Parties are committed to co-operate in the field of monitoring and assessment. Formally launched in 1996, it aims to provide a well-balanced overall view of pollution and long-term trends in water quality and pollution loads in the major rivers in the Danube River Basin.

The TransNational Monitoring Network, in short “TNMN” was established to support the implementation of the Danube River Protection Convention in the field of monitoring and assessment. The TNMN was formally launched by the ICPDR in 1996, although the history of international monitoring of the Danube River is much longer.

The main objective of the TNMN is to provide a structured and well-balanced overall view of pollution and long-term trends in water quality and pollution loads in the major rivers in the Danube River Basin. The TNMN utilises nationally assessed monitoring data and is based on the provisions of the DRPC.

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