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Definition
The indicator is defined as the proportion of water bodies in the country that have good ambient water quality. Ambient water quality refers to natural, untreated water in rivers, lakes and groundwaters and represents a combination of natural influences together with the impacts of all anthropogenic activities. Metadata: https://environmentlive.unep.org/media/docs/projects/step_by_step_methodology_632_revision_final.pdf, https://unstats.un.org/sdgs/metadata/files/Metadata-06-03-02.pdf

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Proportion of open water bodies with good ambient water quality Proportion of river water bodies with good ambient water quality Nationally derived quality of open water bodies Nationally derived quality of groundwater

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