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Inland waters

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    Flooding areas resulting from the breakage or damage of the Sant Ponç dam.

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    Vulnerable elements that can be affected in case of breakage or damage of the Llosa del Cavall dam.

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    Vulnerable elements that can be affected in case of breakage or damage of the Sant Ponç's dam.

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    Vulnerable elements that can be affected in case of breakage or damage of the Baells's dam.

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    Flood areas resulting from the rupture or breakdown of the Baells dam.

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    Flooding areas resulting from the rupture or damage of the Llosa del Cavall dam.

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    Drainage and flood plain

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    Location of the extractive mining activities in hydraulic public domain, regulated by the Water Law 29/1985.

  • The Directive defines the category "lake" as "a body of quiet superficial inland water " (Article 2) and specifies a lower limit of 0.5 km2 when establishing its rates (Annex II). At the level of Spain and based on preliminary CEDEX criteria, all those lakes with an area of ​​more than 50 ha (0.5 km2) or all those with an area of ​​more than 8 ha and exceeding 3 m in depth are included as bodies of water. The Agency through two agreements with research centers has proposed as bodies of water that could be assimilated to the category of lakes: 1 - Lakes and ponds of more than 0.5 ha of surface located at altitudes above 800 m and lakes below this level with a depth of more than 6 m (agreement with the CEAB-CSIC; Agency, 2003d). 2 - Wetlands located at altitudes below 800 and with a depth of less than 6 m (agreement with the UdG; Agency, 2004d). Also included in this category are the reservoirs of the inland basins of Catalonia.

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    Delimitation of the course, the section of the course or body of water in which they live as usual or predominant populations of protected species , which is necessary to protect and conserve populations of species in aquaculture