Data

CH2018 web atlas

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 or the whole of Switzerland.

CH2018 datasets

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

Agrometeo - Forecast and risque assement for agriculture

Agrometeo - Forecast and risk assessments for agriculture

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.

Larvengänge des Buchdruckers

Simulated spread of the spruce bark beetle in Switzerland

Borkenkäfer.ch presents current trends in bark beetle populations' distribution in Switzerland as well as the forecast spread of those populations up to the end of the year.

Verbreitungsgebiet der Buche in der Schweiz, erwartet bis 2080

PorTree – A portrait of Central European tree species for Switzerland

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.

waldwissen.net – Information for forest management

The website provides key habitat information and presents the latest news on forest technology and silviculture, covering all the major forest themes.

TreeNet - The biological drought and tree growth indicator network

TreeNet is an international monitoring network that provides real-time information on how trees respond to drought.

WSL's Forests and Climate Change research programme

We provide knowledge and decision-making tools to help forest specialists better cope with forests adapting to climate change.

National Forest Inventory

Since 1983, the NFI continuously monitors the status of Swiss forests and the changes they have undergone. NFI surveys are carried out every nine years.

SwissForestLab

By leveraging synergies in Swiss forestry research, we are promoting collaborative efforts to gain a deeper understanding of the forest ecosystem.

Last modification 11.12.2018

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