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Commission Decision of 10 May 2007 amending Annexes I and II to Decision 2002/308/EC establishing lists of approved zones and approved farms with regard to one or more of the fish diseases viral haemorrhagic septicaemia (VHS) and infectious haematopoietic necrosis (IHN) (notified under document number C(2007) 1989) (Text with EEA relevance) (2007/345/EC)

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3.ZONES IN SPAIN APPROVED WITH REGARD TO VHS AND IHNU.K.

3.1.REGION: AUTONOMOUS COMMUNITY OF ASTURIASU.K.
Continental zonesU.K.
  • all water catchment areas of Asturias.

Coastal zonesU.K.
  • the entire coast of Asturias.

3.2.REGION: AUTONOMOUS COMMUNITY OF GALICIAU.K.
Continental zonesU.K.
  • the water catchment areas of Galicia:

    • including the water catchment areas of the river Eo, the river Sil from its source in the province of Léon, the river Miño from its source to the barrier of Frieira, and the river Limia from its source to the barrier Das Conchas,

    • excluding the water catchment area of the river Tamega.

Coastal zonesU.K.
  • the coastal area in Galicia from the mouth of the river Eo (Isla Pancha) to the the Punta Picos (mouth of the river Miño).

3.3.REGION: AUTONOMOUS COMMUNITY OF ARAGONU.K.
Continental zonesU.K.
  • the water catchment area of the river Ebro from its sources to the dam of Mequinenza in the Community of Aragón,

  • river Isuela from its source to the barrier of Arguis,

  • river Flumen from its source to the barrier of Santa María de Belsué,

  • river Guatizalema from its source to the barrier of Vadiello,

  • river Cinca from its source to barrier of Grado,

  • river Esera from its source to the barrier of Barasona,

  • river Noguera-Ribagorzana from its source to the barrier of Santa Ana,

  • river Matarraña from its source to the barrier of Aguas de Pena,

  • river Pena from its source to the barrier of Pena,

  • river Guadalaviar-Turia from its source to the barrier of the Generalísimo in the province of Valencia,

  • river Mijares from its source to the barrier of Arenós in the province of Castellón.

The other watercourses of the Community of Aragón are considered as a buffer zone.

3.4.REGION: AUTONOMOUS COMMUNITY OF NAVARRAU.K.
Continental zonesU.K.
  • the water catchment area of the river Ebro from its sources to the dam of Mequinenza in the Community of Aragón,

  • river Bidasoa from its source to its mouth,

  • river Leizarán from its source to the barrier of Leizarán (Muga).

The other watercourses of the Community of Navarra are considered as a buffer zone.

3.5.REGION: AUTONOMOUS COMMUNITY OF CASTILLA AND LEÓNU.K.
Continental zonesU.K.
  • the water catchment area of the river Ebro from its sources to the dam of Mequinenza in the Community of Aragón,

  • river Duero from its source to the barrier of Aldeávila,

  • river Sil,

  • river Tiétar from its source to the barrier of Rosarito,

  • river Alberche from its source to the barrier of Burguillo.

The other watercourses of the Autonomous Community of Castilla and León are considered as a buffer zone.

3.6.REGION: AUTONOMOUS COMMUNITY OF CANTABRIAU.K.
Continental zonesU.K.
  • the water catchment area of the river Ebro from its sources to the dam of Mequinenza in the Community of Aragón,

  • the water catchment areas of the following rivers from their source to the sea:

  • river Deva,

  • river Nansa,

  • river Saja-Besaya,

  • river Pas-Pisueña,

  • river Asón,

  • river Agüera.

The water catchment areas of the rivers Gandarillas, Escudo, Miera y Campiazo are considered as a buffer zone.

Coastal zonesU.K.
  • the entire coast of Cantabria from the mouth of the river Deva until the creek of Ontón.

3.7.REGION: AUTONOMOUS COMMUNITY OF LA RIOJAU.K.
Continental zonesU.K.

The water catchment area of the River Ebro from its sources to dam of Mequinenza in the Community of Aragón.

3.8.REGION: AUTONOMOUS COMMUNITY OF CASTILLA-LA-MANCHAU.K.
Continental zonesU.K.
  • the water catchment area of the river Río Tajo from its sources to the dam of Estremera,

  • the water catchment area of the river Río Tajuña from its sources to the dam of La Tajera,

  • the water catchment area of the river Río Júcar from its sources to the dam of La Toba,

  • the water catchment area of the river Río Cabriel from its sources to the dam of Bujioso.

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