Betekenis van:
body of water

body of water
Zelfstandig naamwoord
  • rivier, sloot, kanaal enz.
  • the part of the earth's surface covered with water (such as a river or lake or ocean)





  1. Children drink more water, eat more food and breathe more air per kilogram of body weight than adults.
  2. ‘water column’ means the vertically continuous mass of water from the surface to the bottom sediments of a water body;
  3. details of water designation, including the name and location of the water body and the extent of the designation/irrigation ban,
  4. User’s body is more or less immersed. Normally the upper part (chest upwards) is out of the water.
  5. Member States shall prohibit the disposal of the following waste into any water body, sea or ocean:
  6. Columns 6 and 7 of the table: For any given surface water body, applying the MAC-EQS means that the measured concentration at any representative monitoring point within the water body does not exceed the standard.
  7. the new administration of the support with the creation of the new administrative body Enova, thereby replacing the formerly responsible Norwegian Water Resources and Energy Directorate;
  8. A board of experts in monitoring water content in poultrymeat shall act as a coordinating body for testing activities of national reference laboratories.
  9. An installation plan of the automatic pressurised water sprinkler shall be presented to the inspection body for examination before installation of the system.
  10. ‘receiving body of water’ means surface waters, groundwater, transitional waters and coastal water as defined in Article 2(1), (2), (6) and (7) of Directive 2000/60/EC, respectively;
  11. Changes in food or water consumption need to be evaluated in conjunction with maternal body weights when determining if the effects noted are reflective of maternal toxicity or more simply, unpalatability of the test material in feed or water.
  12. Natural enrichment means the process whereby, without human intervention, a given body of water receives from the soil certain substances contained therein.
  13. In this context, the body skin plays an important role in the transfer of water, soluble substances, including toxic substances and oxygen.
  14. In order to ensure the comparability of surface waters between Member States with similar water body types it is necessary, in connection to the establishment of the register of sites, to divide the sites according to their Geographical Intercalibration Group, consisting of groups of Member States sharing particular surface water body types.
  15. Columns 4 and 5 of the table: For any given surface water body, applying the AA-EQS means that, for each representative monitoring point within the water body, the arithmetic mean of the concentrations measured at different times during the year does not exceed the standard.