Where do ecologically valuable or rare tree species, such as oaks or yews, grow? The Swiss Federal Institute for Forest, Snow and Landscape Research (WSL) has developed the first high-resolution online maps that can provide detailed answers to such questions for 56 woody species found in Swiss forests.
The Federal Office for the Environment (FOEN) operates the “Hydrological data and forecasts” website. This portal provides current and past hydrological data on rivers, lakes and groundwater in Switzerland as well as forecasts and flood warnings.
Visualise the current condition of Swiss forests with the FORTE app. Filter data by tree species or by area through an intuitive user interface to assess heat and drought induced stress and the consequences for forest health.
A number of datasets of the CH2018 scenarios are available for use in impact research and practical applications. Find here detailed information about these datasets, instructions for data access, as well as terms and conditions
Based on your selection criteria, you are provided with a wide range of graphics and the associated data. Various climate parameters are available for measuring stations, regions, cantons or the whole of Switzerland.
Agrometeo is a platform that gather information and decision support tools for guiding pesticide application in agriculture. It is based on a network of more than 150 weather stations that provide microclimatic inputs to various forecast models, which are used to predict the risks of disease and pest outbreaks.
PorTree models the habitat suitability of major species of forest trees in Switzerland under the influence of climate change. It's a joint project run by the Swiss Federal Office for the Environment (FOEN) and WSL.