Swiss Federal Office of Energy

Impulsberatung erneuerbar heizen

Impulsberatung erneuerbar heizen

Gebäudebesitzer und Gebäudebesitzerinnen mit einer Öl- oder Gasheizung erfahren mit der Impulsberatung erneuerbar heizen, mit welchen erneuerbaren Wärmequellen ihr Gebäude sinnvoll und CO2 arm beheizt werden könnte. Bei der Impulsberatung erneuerbar heizen kommt ein Berater oder eine Beraterin zum Kunden (Hauseigentümer) nach Hause. Im Beratungsgespräch wird der Energiebedarf des Gebäudes, die standortspezifischen Faktoren und die Wünsche der Eigentümer diskutiert. Der Berater prüft diese Faktoren und überliefert dem Hauseigentümer / der Hauseigentümerin eine Checkliste mit der Ausgangslage und den Empfehlungen zum Heizsystemwechsel. Die Checkliste ist eine gute Basis, um sich die richtigen Offerten einzuholen und ein erfolgreiches Bauprojekt zu starten. Dieser Datenbestand enthält alle im Rahmen der Kampagne erneuerbar heizen geschulten Impulsberater

Federal Office of Topography swisstopo, Georesources Switzerland Group

Ziegeleirohstoffe: Abbau

Ziegeleirohstoffe: Abbau

Dieser Datensatz zeigt die in Betrieb stehenden sowie stillgelegten Abbaustandorte der Ziegelindustrie in der Schweiz. Er ist Teil des Rohstoffinformationssystems der Fachgruppe Georessourcen Schweiz, einer Datenbank der mineralischen Rohstoffe der Schweiz.

Swiss Federal Office of Energy

Projects of the Coordination Office for Sustainable Mobility COMO

Projects of the Coordination Office for Sustainable Mobility COMO

The Coordination Office for Sustainable Mobility (COMO) is the central contact and coordination point and the first contact point at federal level in matters of sustainable mobility. It supports innovative projects with a financial contribution and, as a knowledge platform, provides information on completed and ongoing projects.Six federal offices are responsible for COMO: the Federal Office of Spatial Planning (ARE), the Federal Roads Office (FEDRO), the Federal Office for the Environment (FOEN), the Federal Office of Transport (FOT), the Federal Office of Public Health (FOPH) and the Swiss Federal Office of Energy (SFOE). The map provides an overview of all projects supported by COMO.

Federal Office of Topography swisstopo, Georesources Switzerland Group

Ziegeleirohstoffe: Verarbeitung

Ziegeleirohstoffe: Verarbeitung

Dieser Datensatz zeigt die in Betrieb stehenden sowie stillgelegten Werkstandorte der Ziegelindustrie in der Schweiz. Er ist Teil des Rohstoffinformationssystems der Fachgruppe Georessourcen Schweiz, einer Datenbank der mineralischen Rohstoffe der Schweiz.

Federal Office of Topography swisstopo

Non-motorized traffic - snowshoe trekking

Non-motorized traffic - snowshoe trekking

The "snowshoe trekking" dataset comprises SwitzerlandMobility's best-of selection from the sign-posted snowshoe trekking trails of Switzerland and the Principality of Liechtenstein. This selection is coordinated with the cantons and the Principality of Liechtenstein.

Federal Office for the Environment FOEN

Monthly soil erosion risk maps for Swiss permanent grassland, with average soil loss in tons/(ha*month), January

Monthly soil erosion risk maps for Swiss permanent grassland, with average soil loss in tons/(ha*month), January

Monthly soil erosion risk maps for Swiss permanent grassland with a spatial resolution of 100m. The maps show the average soil loss in tons per hectare and month. Shades of green, yellow and red mean a low, average and high risk of erosion, respectively. The monthly soil erosion risk maps were calculated using the Revised Universal Soil Loss Equation (RUSLE). For this RUSLE application, the monthly dynamic of the rainfall erosivity factor (R-factor) and cover and management factor (C-factor) was considered as follows: A(month)= R(month)*K*C(month)*L*S*P where A(month) is the soil loss in tons per hectare and month and R(month) and C(month) are the monthly R-factor (MJ mm ha⁻¹ h⁻¹ month⁻¹) and C-factor (dimensionless). The other erosion factors are soil erodibility (K-factor), slope length (L-factor), slope steepness (S-factor) and support practices (P-factor). The RUSLE factors were tailored to the specific environmental conditions of Swiss permanent grassland. The P-factor was included in the calculation as a constant with value 1 due to a lack of spatial information on grazing management and its effect on soil erosion.

Federal Office for the Environment FOEN

Monthly soil erosion risk maps for Swiss permanent grassland, with average soil loss in tons/(ha*month), February

Monthly soil erosion risk maps for Swiss permanent grassland, with average soil loss in tons/(ha*month), February

Monthly soil erosion risk maps for Swiss permanent grassland with a spatial resolution of 100m. The maps show the average soil loss in tons per hectare and month. Shades of green, yellow and red mean a low, average and high risk of erosion, respectively.The monthly soil erosion risk maps were calculated using the Revised Universal Soil Loss Equation (RUSLE). For this RUSLE application, the monthly dynamic of the rainfall erosivity factor (R-factor) and cover and management factor (C-factor) was considered as follows: A(month)= R(month)*K*C(month)*L*S*P where A(month) is the soil loss in tons per hectare and month and R(month) and C(month) are the monthly R-factor (MJ mm ha⁻¹ h⁻¹ month⁻¹) and C-factor (dimensionless). The other erosion factors are soil erodibility (K-factor), slope length (L-factor), slope steepness (S-factor) and support practices (P-factor). The RUSLE factors were tailored to the specific environmental conditions of Swiss permanent grassland. The P-factor was included in the calculation as a constant with value 1 due to a lack of spatial information on grazing management and its effect on soil erosion.

Federal Office for the Environment FOEN

Monthly soil erosion risk maps for Swiss permanent grassland, with average soil loss in tons/(ha*month), March

Monthly soil erosion risk maps for Swiss permanent grassland, with average soil loss in tons/(ha*month), March

Monthly soil erosion risk maps for Swiss permanent grassland with a spatial resolution of 100m. The maps show the average soil loss in tons per hectare and month. Shades of green, yellow and red mean a low, average and high risk of erosion, respectively.The monthly soil erosion risk maps were calculated using the Revised Universal Soil Loss Equation (RUSLE). For this RUSLE application, the monthly dynamic of the rainfall erosivity factor (R-factor) and cover and management factor (C-factor) was considered as follows: A(month)= R(month)*K*C(month)*L*S*P where A(month) is the soil loss in tons per hectare and month and R(month) and C(month) are the monthly R-factor (MJ mm ha⁻¹ h⁻¹ month⁻¹) and C-factor (dimensionless). The other erosion factors are soil erodibility (K-factor), slope length (L-factor), slope steepness (S-factor) and support practices (P-factor). The RUSLE factors were tailored to the specific environmental conditions of Swiss permanent grassland. The P-factor was included in the calculation as a constant with value 1 due to a lack of spatial information on grazing management and its effect on soil erosion.

Federal Office for the Environment FOEN

Monthly soil erosion risk maps for Swiss permanent grassland, with average soil loss in tons/(ha*month), April

Monthly soil erosion risk maps for Swiss permanent grassland, with average soil loss in tons/(ha*month), April

Monthly soil erosion risk maps for Swiss permanent grassland with a spatial resolution of 100m. The maps show the average soil loss in tonnes per hectare and month. Shades of green, yellow and red mean a low, average and high risk of erosion, respectively.The monthly soil erosion risk maps were calculated using the Revised Universal Soil Loss Equation (RUSLE). For this RUSLE application, the monthly dynamic of the rainfall erosivity factor (R-factor) and cover and management factor (C-factor) was considered as follows: A(month)= R(month)*K*C(month)*L*S*P where A(month) is the soil loss in tons per hectare and month and R(month) and C(month) are the monthly R-factor (MJ mm ha⁻¹ h⁻¹ month⁻¹) and C-factor (dimensionless). The other erosion factors are soil erodibility (K-factor), slope length (L-factor), slope steepness (S-factor) and support practices (P-factor). The RUSLE factors were tailored to the specific environmental conditions of Swiss permanent grassland. The P-factor was included in the calculation as a constant with value 1 due to a lack of spatial information on grazing management and its effect on soil erosion.

Federal Office for the Environment FOEN

Monthly soil erosion risk maps for Swiss permanent grassland, with average soil loss in tons/(ha*month), May

Monthly soil erosion risk maps for Swiss permanent grassland, with average soil loss in tons/(ha*month), May

Monthly soil erosion risk maps for Swiss permanent grassland with a spatial resolution of 100m. The maps show the average soil loss in tons per hectare and month. Shades of green, yellow and red mean a low, average and high risk of erosion, respectively.The monthly soil erosion risk maps were calculated using the Revised Universal Soil Loss Equation (RUSLE). For this RUSLE application, the monthly dynamic of the rainfall erosivity factor (R-factor) and cover and management factor (C-factor) was considered as follows: A(month)= R(month)*K*C(month)*L*S*P where A(month) is the soil loss in tons per hectare and month and R(month) and C(month) are the monthly R-factor (MJ mm ha⁻¹ h⁻¹ month⁻¹) and C-factor (dimensionless). The other erosion factors are soil erodibility (K-factor), slope length (L-factor), slope steepness (S-factor) and support practices (P-factor). The RUSLE factors were tailored to the specific environmental conditions of Swiss permanent grassland. The P-factor was included in the calculation as a constant with value 1 due to a lack of spatial information on grazing management and its effect on soil erosion.

Federal Office for the Environment FOEN

CMonthly soil erosion risk maps for Swiss permanent grassland, with average soil loss in tons/(ha*month), June

CMonthly soil erosion risk maps for Swiss permanent grassland, with average soil loss in tons/(ha*month), June

Monthly soil erosion risk maps for Swiss permanent grassland with a spatial resolution of 100m. The maps show the average soil loss in tons per hectare and month. Shades of green, yellow and red mean a low, average and high risk of erosion, respectively.The monthly soil erosion risk maps were calculated using the Revised Universal Soil Loss Equation (RUSLE). For this RUSLE application, the monthly dynamic of the rainfall erosivity factor (R-factor) and cover and management factor (C-factor) was considered as follows: A(month)= R(month)*K*C(month)*L*S*P where A(month) is the soil loss in tons per hectare and month and R(month) and C(month) are the monthly R-factor (MJ mm ha⁻¹ h⁻¹ month⁻¹) and C-factor (dimensionless). The other erosion factors are soil erodibility (K-factor), slope length (L-factor), slope steepness (S-factor) and support practices (P-factor). The RUSLE factors were tailored to the specific environmental conditions of Swiss permanent grassland. The P-factor was included in the calculation as a constant with value 1 due to a lack of spatial information on grazing management and its effect on soil erosion.

Federal Office for the Environment FOEN

Monthly soil erosion risk maps for Swiss permanent grassland, with average soil loss in tons/(ha*month), July

Monthly soil erosion risk maps for Swiss permanent grassland, with average soil loss in tons/(ha*month), July

Monthly soil erosion risk maps for Swiss permanent grassland with a spatial resolution of 100m. The maps show the average soil loss in tons per hectare and month. Shades of green, yellow and red mean a low, average and high risk of erosion, respectively.The monthly soil erosion risk maps were calculated using the Revised Universal Soil Loss Equation (RUSLE). For this RUSLE application, the monthly dynamic of the rainfall erosivity factor (R-factor) and cover and management factor (C-factor) was considered as follows: A(month)= R(month)*K*C(month)*L*S*P where A(month) is the soil loss in tons per hectare and month and R(month) and C(month) are the monthly R-factor (MJ mm ha⁻¹ h⁻¹ month⁻¹) and C-factor (dimensionless). The other erosion factors are soil erodibility (K-factor), slope length (L-factor), slope steepness (S-factor) and support practices (P-factor). The RUSLE factors were tailored to the specific environmental conditions of Swiss permanent grassland. The P-factor was included in the calculation as a constant with value 1 due to a lack of spatial information on grazing management and its effect on soil erosion.

Federal Office for the Environment FOEN

Monthly soil erosion risk maps for Swiss permanent grassland, with average soil loss in tons/(ha*month), August

Monthly soil erosion risk maps for Swiss permanent grassland, with average soil loss in tons/(ha*month), August

Monthly soil erosion risk maps for Swiss permanent grassland with a spatial resolution of 100m. The maps show the average soil loss in tons per hectare and month. Shades of green, yellow and red mean a low, average and high risk of erosion, respectively.The monthly soil erosion risk maps were calculated using the Revised Universal Soil Loss Equation (RUSLE). For this RUSLE application, the monthly dynamic of the rainfall erosivity factor (R-factor) and cover and management factor (C-factor) was considered as follows: A(month)= R(month)*K*C(month)*L*S*P where A(month) is the soil loss in tons per hectare and month and R(month) and C(month) are the monthly R-factor (MJ mm ha⁻¹ h⁻¹ month⁻¹) and C-factor (dimensionless). The other erosion factors are soil erodibility (K-factor), slope length (L-factor), slope steepness (S-factor) and support practices (P-factor). The RUSLE factors were tailored to the specific environmental conditions of Swiss permanent grassland. The P-factor was included in the calculation as a constant with value 1 due to a lack of spatial information on grazing management and its effect on soil erosion.

Federal Office for the Environment FOEN

Monthly soil erosion risk maps for Swiss permanent grassland, with average soil loss in tons/(ha*month), September

Monthly soil erosion risk maps for Swiss permanent grassland, with average soil loss in tons/(ha*month), September

Monthly soil erosion risk maps for Swiss permanent grassland with a spatial resolution of 100m. The maps show the average soil loss in tons per hectare and month. Shades of green, yellow and red mean a low, average and high risk of erosion, respectively.The monthly soil erosion risk maps were calculated using the Revised Universal Soil Loss Equation (RUSLE). For this RUSLE application, the monthly dynamic of the rainfall erosivity factor (R-factor) and cover and management factor (C-factor) was considered as follows: A(month)= R(month)*K*C(month)*L*S*P where A(month) is the soil loss in tons per hectare and month and R(month) and C(month) are the monthly R-factor (MJ mm ha⁻¹ h⁻¹ month⁻¹) and C-factor (dimensionless). The other erosion factors are soil erodibility (K-factor), slope length (L-factor), slope steepness (S-factor) and support practices (P-factor). The RUSLE factors were tailored to the specific environmental conditions of Swiss permanent grassland. The P-factor was included in the calculation as a constant with value 1 due to a lack of spatial information on grazing management and its effect on soil erosion.

Federal Office for the Environment FOEN

Monthly soil erosion risk maps for Swiss permanent grassland, with average soil loss in tons/(ha*month), October

Monthly soil erosion risk maps for Swiss permanent grassland, with average soil loss in tons/(ha*month), October

Monthly soil erosion risk maps for Swiss permanent grassland with a spatial resolution of 100m. The maps show the average soil loss in tons per hectare and month. Shades of green, yellow and red mean a low, average and high risk of erosion, respectively.The monthly soil erosion risk maps were calculated using the Revised Universal Soil Loss Equation (RUSLE). For this RUSLE application, the monthly dynamic of the rainfall erosivity factor (R-factor) and cover and management factor (C-factor) was considered as follows: A(month)= R(month)*K*C(month)*L*S*P where A(month) is the soil loss in tons per hectare and month and R(month) and C(month) are the monthly R-factor (MJ mm ha⁻¹ h⁻¹ month⁻¹) and C-factor (dimensionless). The other erosion factors are soil erodibility (K-factor), slope length (L-factor), slope steepness (S-factor) and support practices (P-factor). The RUSLE factors were tailored to the specific environmental conditions of Swiss permanent grassland. The P-factor was included in the calculation as a constant with value 1 due to a lack of spatial information on grazing management and its effect on soil erosion.

Federal Office for the Environment FOEN

Monthly soil erosion risk maps for Swiss permanent grassland, with average soil loss in tons/(ha*month), November

Monthly soil erosion risk maps for Swiss permanent grassland, with average soil loss in tons/(ha*month), November

Monthly soil erosion risk maps for Swiss permanent grassland with a spatial resolution of 100m. The maps show the average soil loss in tons per hectare and month. Shades of green, yellow and red mean a low, average and high risk of erosion, respectively.The monthly soil erosion risk maps were calculated using the Revised Universal Soil Loss Equation (RUSLE). For this RUSLE application, the monthly dynamic of the rainfall erosivity factor (R-factor) and cover and management factor (C-factor) was considered as follows: A(month)= R(month)*K*C(month)*L*S*P where A(month) is the soil loss in tons per hectare and month and R(month) and C(month) are the monthly R-factor (MJ mm ha⁻¹ h⁻¹ month⁻¹) and C-factor (dimensionless). The other erosion factors are soil erodibility (K-factor), slope length (L-factor), slope steepness (S-factor) and support practices (P-factor). The RUSLE factors were tailored to the specific environmental conditions of Swiss permanent grassland. The P-factor was included in the calculation as a constant with value 1 due to a lack of spatial information on grazing management and its effect on soil erosion.

Federal Office for the Environment FOEN

Monthly soil erosion risk maps for Swiss permanent grassland, with average soil loss in tons/(ha*month), December

Monthly soil erosion risk maps for Swiss permanent grassland, with average soil loss in tons/(ha*month), December

Monthly soil erosion risk maps for Swiss permanent grassland with a spatial resolution of 100m. The maps show the average soil loss in tons per hectare and month. Shades of green, yellow and red mean a low, average and high risk of erosion, respectively.The monthly soil erosion risk maps were calculated using the Revised Universal Soil Loss Equation (RUSLE). For this RUSLE application, the monthly dynamic of the rainfall erosivity factor (R-factor) and cover and management factor (C-factor) was considered as follows: A(month)= R(month)*K*C(month)*L*S*P where A(month) is the soil loss in tons per hectare and month and R(month) and C(month) are the monthly R-factor (MJ mm ha⁻¹ h⁻¹ month⁻¹) and C-factor (dimensionless). The other erosion factors are soil erodibility (K-factor), slope length (L-factor), slope steepness (S-factor) and support practices (P-factor). The RUSLE factors were tailored to the specific environmental conditions of Swiss permanent grassland. The P-factor was included in the calculation as a constant with value 1 due to a lack of spatial information on grazing management and its effect on soil erosion.

Federal Office of Meteorology and Climatology MeteoSwiss

Measurement values fresh snow, 2 days total

Measurement values fresh snow, 2 days total

Current measurement values of Fresh snow, 2 days [cm]. Data is updated every 10 minutes. The data refers to the period 7:00 a.m. (previous day) to 7:00 a.m. (today) and the change of day takes place at 8:00 a.m. each day. The data set contains all manual snow monitoring stations from MeteoSwiss. In addition to its automatic precipitation measurements, MeteoSwiss also operates a manual precipitation monitoring network with 280 stations measuring snow and rainfall. Measurements are taken here once a day at 7 am and transmitted to MeteoSwiss via SMS.

Federal Office of Meteorology and Climatology MeteoSwiss

Measurement values fresh snow, 3 days total

Measurement values fresh snow, 3 days total

Current measurement values of Fresh snow, 3 days [cm]. Data is updated every 10 minutes. The data refers to the period 7:00 a.m. (previous day) to 7:00 a.m. (today) and the change of day takes place at 8:00 a.m. each day. The data set contains all manual snow monitoring stations from MeteoSwiss. In addition to its automatic precipitation measurements, MeteoSwiss also operates a manual precipitation monitoring network with 280 stations measuring snow and rainfall. Measurements are taken here once a day at 7 am and transmitted to MeteoSwiss via SMS.

Federal Office of Meteorology and Climatology MeteoSwiss

Measurement values precipitation, past 24 hours total

Measurement values precipitation, past 24 hours total

Current measurement values of Precipitation, 24 h total [mm]. Data is updated every hour. The data set contains all weather stations of the SwissMetNet, the automatic monitoring network of MeteoSwiss, which comprises 160 automatic monitoring stations. These stations deliver a multitude of current data on the weather and climate in Switzerland every ten minutes. The monitoring network is supplemented by around 140 automatic precipitation stations which enlarge the SwissMetNet to a total of 300 weather stations.

Federal Office of Meteorology and Climatology MeteoSwiss

Measurement values precipitation, past 48 hours total

Measurement values precipitation, past 48 hours total

Current measurement values of Precipitation, 48 h total [mm]. Data is updated every hour. The data set contains all weather stations of the SwissMetNet, the automatic monitoring network of MeteoSwiss, which comprises 160 automatic monitoring stations. These stations deliver a multitude of current data on the weather and climate in Switzerland every ten minutes. The monitoring network is supplemented by around 140 automatic precipitation stations which enlarge the SwissMetNet to a total of 300 weather stations.

Federal Office of Meteorology and Climatology MeteoSwiss

Measurement values precipitation, past 72 hours total

Measurement values precipitation, past 72 hours total

Current measurement values of Precipitation, 72 h total [mm]. Data is updated every hour. The data set contains all weather stations of the SwissMetNet, the automatic monitoring network of MeteoSwiss, which comprises 160 automatic monitoring stations. These stations deliver a multitude of current data on the weather and climate in Switzerland every ten minutes. The monitoring network is supplemented by around 140 automatic precipitation stations which enlarge the SwissMetNet to a total of 300 weather stations.

Federal Office of Meteorology and Climatology MeteoSwiss

Measurement values wind gust 1 s, maximum past 6 hours

Measurement values wind gust 1 s, maximum past 6 hours

Current measurement values of Wind gust 1 s, max. 6 h [km/h]. Data is updated every hour. The data set contains all weather stations of the SwissMetNet, the automatic monitoring network of MeteoSwiss, which comprises 160 automatic monitoring stations. These stations deliver a multitude of current data on the weather and climate in Switzerland every ten minutes.

Federal Office of Meteorology and Climatology MeteoSwiss

Measurement values air pressure change past 3 hours

Measurement values air pressure change past 3 hours

Current measurement values of Pressure change, 3 h [hPa]. Data is updated every hour. The data set contains all weather stations of the SwissMetNet, the automatic monitoring network of MeteoSwiss, which comprises 160 automatic monitoring stations. These stations deliver a multitude of current data on the weather and climate in Switzerland every ten minutes.

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