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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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4.AZONES IN FRANCE APPROVED WITH REGARD TO VHS AND IHNU.K.

4.A.1ADOUR-GARONNEU.K.
Catchment areasU.K.
  • the Charente basin,

  • the Seudre basin,

  • the basins of the coastal rivers in the Gironde estuary in the department of Charente-Maritime,

  • the catchment areas of the Nive and the Nivelles (Pyrenées Atlantiques),

  • the Forges basin (Landes),

  • the catchment area of the Dronne (Dordogne), from the source to the Eglisottes dam at Monfourat,

  • the catchment area of the Beauronne (Dordogne), from the source to the Faye dam,

  • the catchment area of the Valouse (Dordogne), from the source to the Etang des Roches Noires dam,

  • the catchment area of the Paillasse (Gironde), from the source to the Grand Forge dam,

  • the catchment area of the Ciron (Lot et Garonne, Gironde), from the source to the Moulin de Castaing dam,

  • the catchment area of the Petite Leyre (Landes), from the source to the Pont de l’Espine dam at Argelouse,

  • the catchment area of the Pave (Landes), from the source to the Pave dam,

  • the catchment area of the Escource (Landes), from the source to the Moulin de Barbe dam,

  • the catchment area of the Geloux (Landes), from the source to the D38 dam at Saint Martin d’Oney,

  • the catchment area of the Estrigon (Landes), from the source to the Campet et Lamolère dam,

  • the catchment area of the Estampon (Landes), from the source to the Ancienne Minoterie dam at Roquefort,

  • the catchment area of the Gélise (Landes, Lot et Garonne), from the source to the dam downstream of the confluence of the Gélise and the Osse,

  • the catchment area of the Magescq (Landes), from the source to the mouth,

  • the catchment area of the Luys (Pyrénées Atlantiques), from the source to the Moulin d’Oro dam,

  • the catchment area of the Neez (Pyrénées Atlantiques), from the source to the Jurançon dam,

  • the catchment area of the Beez (Pyrénées Atlantiques), from the source to the Nay dam,

  • the catchment area of the Gave de Cauterets (Hautes Pyrénées), from the source to the Calypso dam of the Soulom power station

  • the catchment area of river Vignac from the source to the barrier “la Forge”,

  • the catchment area of river Gouaneyre from the source to the barrier “Maillières dam”,

  • the catchment area of the river Susselgue from the source to the barrier “de Susselgue”,

  • the catchment area of the river Luzou from the source to the barrier at the fish farm “de Laluque”,

  • the catchment area of the river Gouadas from the source to the barrier at “l’Étang de la Glacière à Saint-Vincent-de-Paul”,

  • the catchment area of the river Bayse from its sources to the barrier at “Moulin de Lartia et de Manobre”,

  • the catchment area of the river Rancez from its sources to the barrier at Rancez,

  • the catchment area of the river Eyre from its sources to its estuary of Arcachon,

  • the catchment area of the river L’Onesse from its sources to its estuary of Courant de Contis,

  • the catchment area of river Cernon from the source to the barrier at Saint George de Luzençon,

  • the catchment area of the river Dourdou from the sources of the Dourdou and Grauzon rivers to the barrier at Vabres-l’Abbaye,

  • the catchment area of the river Dadou from the source to the barrier of a Prade in the Commune of Lacaze (Tarn),

  • the catchment area of the river Gijou from the source the barrier Le Moulin de Courrech in the Commune of Vabre (Tarn),

  • the catchment area of the river Haut Agout from the source to barrier d’Anselme in the Commune of Les Salvages (Tarn),

  • the water catchment area of the river Ruisseau des Agres from the source to the barrier of Sagne de Secun (Tarn),

  • the water catchment area of the river Durenque from the source to the barrier Pont du Grel in the Commune of Noailhac (Tarn),

  • the water catchment area of the river Arn Amont from the source to the barrier of St-Peyres (Tarn),

  • the water catchment area of the river Dadoumet from the source to the barrier of Peyrolles (Tarn).

Coastal areasU.K.
  • the whole of the Atlantic coast between the northern boundary of the department of Vendée and the southern boundary of the department of Charente-Maritime.

4.A.2LOIRE-BRETAGNEU.K.
Continental zonesU.K.
  • all catchment areas in the region of Brittany with the exception of the following catchment areas:

    • Vilaine,

    • the downstream part of the catchment area of the Elorn,

  • the Sèvre Niortaise basin,

  • the Lay basin,

  • the following catchment areas of the Vienne basin:

    • the catchment area of the river La Vienne, from the sources to the dam of Châtellerault in the department of La Vienne,

    • the catchment area of the river La Gartempe, from the sources to the dam of Saint Pierre de Maillé in the department of La Vienne,

    • the catchment area of the river La Creuse, from the sources to the dam of Bénavent in the department of l’Indre,

    • the catchment area of the river Le Suin, from the sources to the dam of Douadic in the department of l’Indre,

    • the catchment area of the river La Claise, from the sources to the dam of Bossay-sur-Claise in the department of l’Indre-et-Loire,

    • the catchment area of the brooks of Velleches and of des trois Moulins, from the sources to the dam of des trois Moulins in the department of La Vienne,

    • the basins of the Atlantic coastal rivers in the department of Vendée,

  • the continental zone of la Couze Pavin from its sources to the barrier at Besse-en-Chandesse.

Coastal areasU.K.
  • the entire coast of Brittany with the exception of the following parts:

    • Rade de Brest,

    • Anse de Camaret,

    • The coastal zone between the “pointe de Trévignon” and the mouth of the river Laïta,

    • The coastal zone between the mouth of the river Tohon up to the border of the department.

4.A.3SEINE-NORMANDIEU.K.
Continental zonesU.K.
  • the Sélune basin.

4.A.4RHÔNE MÉDITERRANÉE CORSEU.K.
  • the Continental zone des étangs de la Dombe (Ain).

4.A.5ARTOIS-PICARDIEU.K.
  • the continental zone of the catchment area of the river La Selle from its source of the river La Poix to where this river meets the river Les Evoissons,

  • the water catchment area of the river la Ternoise from the source to the barrier of d’Auchy les Hesdin (Pas de Calais),

  • the water catchment area of the river Scardon from the source to the barrier located just downstream the fish farm du Scardon (Somme).

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