38 datasets found

  • Sustainable potential of non-woody biomass resources for bioenergy in Switzer...

    Culture, media, information society, sport, Energy, Geography, Territory and environment

    Biomass is a renewable resource for energy which can be transformed into several forms of energy: heat, electricity, biogas or liquid fuels. Non-woody types of biomass were inve...

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  • Sustainable potential of woody biomass resources for bioenergy in Switzerland...

    Culture, media, information society, sport, Energy, Geography, Territory and environment

    Biomass is a renewable resource for energy which can be transformed into several forms of energy: heat, electricity, biogas or liquid fuels. Woody types of biomass were investig...

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  • Thermal networks: demand from industry

    Culture, media, information society, sport, Energy, Geography, Territory and environment

    In strategic planning, heat demand is used to identify large connected areas that may be appropriate for a thermal network. Areas with a heat density of at least 700 MWh/a per h...

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  • Thermal networks: demand from residential and commercial buildings

    Culture, media, information society, sport, Energy, Geography, Territory and environment

    The demand for heat and cooling is a key element in the strategic planning of thermal networks. Building a thermal network is only viable if sufficient sales turnover can be gen...

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  • Inclination Map of Switzerland 1:500000

    Geography, Territory and environment

    Geomagnetic maps are the result of measurements of total intensity, declination and inclination. The inclination is the angle formed by the orientation of the magnetic field rel...

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  • Declination Map of Switzerland 1:500000

    Geography, Territory and environment

    Geomagnetic maps are the result of measurements of total intensity, declination and inclination. The declination describes the angle formed between magnetic and geographic north...

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  • Total Intensity Map of Switzerland 1:500000

    Geography, Territory and environment

    Geomagnetic maps are the result of measurements of total intensity, declination and inclination. The geomagnetic field is defined by a vector, which isrepresented in terms of it...

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  • Stand der kantonalen Geotopinventare

    Geography, Territory and environment

    Die Arbeitsgruppe Geotope (Akademie der Naturwissenschaften SCNAT) zentralisiert alle Geodaten betreffend kantonaler Geotopinventare in einer GIS-Datenbank. Ziel ist es, einen s...

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  • Geotopes in Switzerland

    Geography, Territory and environment

    Geotopes are geoscientific natural monuments. Geotopes that represent geological history show the development of the landscape, the climate and life, the formation and disappear...

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  • Switzerland During the Last Glacial Maximum (LGM) 1:500000 (vector map)

    Geography, Territory and environment

    The map (GK500-LGM) shows the maximum extent of glaciation in Switzerland at the height of the last Ice Age around 24,000 years ago. It presents the latest results of current re...

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  • Aeromagnetic Map of the Swiss Plateau and the Jura Mountains

    Geography, Territory and environment

    The overall magnetisation of a rock consists of induced magnetisation caused by the Earth's magnetic field and of remanent magnetisation acquired by the rock during its formatio...

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  • Official index of cities and towns including postal codes and perimeter

    Geography, Territory and environment

    In Article 24 of the regulations governing geographic names (GeoNV), the Federal Office of Topography (swisstopo) is commissioned to establish, administer and publish the new of...

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  • Gravimetric Map of Switzerland (Isostatic Anomalies) 1:500000

    Geography, Territory and environment

    Isostatic anomalies can be deduced using the Pratt or Airy hypothesis. These anomalies correspond to the static flotation of the Earth’s crust in the upper mantle. The deviation...

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  • The wind energy concept – Map indicating federal government interests in the ...

    Geography, Territory and environment

    The wind energy concept is a concept as defined in Article 13 of the Swiss Spatial Planning Act (SPA, SR 700). The concept defines both the principal federal government interest...

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  • Railway network

    Geography, Mobility and Transport

    The “railway network” basic data set depicts the network of railbound transport under federal supervision in Switzerland. It includes standard-gauge and narrow-gauge lines of ra...

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  • Federal Inventory of Dry Grasslands of National Importance (DGS)

    Geography, Territory and environment

    Dry grasslands are habitats with a wide variety of species that are marked by agricultural use. In accordance with the Federal Act on Protecting Nature and Cultural Heritage, th...

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  • Federal Inventory of Floodplains of National Importance

    Geography, Territory and environment

    Floodplains, namely natural habitats in the flood zones of watercourses, are in decline. The scientific inventory of floodplains was commissioned by the FDHA in May 1981 and com...

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  • Federal Inventory of Landscapes and Natural Monuments

    Geography, Territory and environment

    Article 5 of the Federal Act of 1 July 1966 on the Protection of Nature and Cultural Heritage (NCHA) orders the Federal Council to compile inventories of sites of national impor...

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  • Federal Inventory of Fens of National Importance

    Geography, Territory and environment

    Fens are vestiges of earlier natural and cultural landscapes and are in sharp decline. They are home to highly-adapted symbiotic communities of plants and animals that include a...

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  • Federal Inventory of Floodplains of National Importance - Appendix 2

    Geography, Territory and environment

    Floodplains, namely natural habitats in the flood zones of watercourses, are in decline. The scientific inventory of floodplains was commissioned by the FDHA in May 1981 and com...

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