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First time here? Please have a look at the short overview and instructions below.
Main data You can view a SELECTED LIST OF DATASETS owned by the SNP which are considered to be of general interest. It is a good starting point to begin with.
Spatial data of the area provided by the Swiss Federal Institute of Topography and the Canton Grisons are also available at our data center:
Swisstopo data are directly available from the Swiss Parks Network.
Complete catalogue Browse the complete catalog including project oriented data ranging from small to large projects. You can begin the search using the following topics:
By data type:
GIS Vector Layers
GIS Raster Layers
GIS Data Series
Databases/Datatable/Views
Satellite Images
Aerial Photos
Orthophotos
Analogue Maps
Hyperspectral Data
  By ISO topic category (GIS Data):
Farming
Biota
Boundaries
Climatology/Meteorology/Atmosphere
Economy
Elevation
Environment
Geoscientific Information
Imagery/BaseMaps/EarthCover
Inland Waters
Location
Planning/Cadastre
Society
Structure
Transportation
Utilities/Communication
or unclassified
  Others:
Projects
Organisations/Institutions
Publications
Scientific Collections
Long term monitoring information
SNP Region Species List
Background The GIS-SNP hosts a large amount of data. You can search for data using our inventory database, which includes datasets themselves as well as additional information. All entries in the database have information about ancestors and offspring attached. An ancestor can not only be a dataset from which the database entry was derived, but also an organisation or a project. The offspring shows datasets that made use of the current entry and provides additional information about it. With this system, we can search for data in various ways. To access the information about ancestors/offspring just click on their ID. The author/owner field is not to be taken as a reference, but as a hint about who was involved in producing the dataset. The metadata for a specific dataset can be found by clicking on the 'further info' field when its record is being displayed. This system was designed in summer 2004. If you have any comments or suggestions, please contact our personnel.

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