MeteoSwiss press releases and information.
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An overview of important facts and figures on Switzerland's climate, and climate change
NCCS: the network for climate services
MeteoSwiss conducts meteorological and climatological research and development in the form of its own projects as well as in cooperation with...
Das Center for Climate Systems Modeling (C2SM) ist das wissenschaftliche Netzwerk für Klimaforschung und -modellierung der ETH Zürich,...
MeteoSwiss maintains various international partnerships which are a key part of its weather and climate services.
MeteoSwiss is involved in projects with other meteorological services, national and international organisations, universities and research institutes.
In-house MeteoSwiss publications, as well as external scientific reports which have been co-authored by MeteoSwiss employees, can be found using...
The climate of Switzerland ranges from arctic temperatures at high altitudes in winter to Mediterranean warmth in the southern Swiss summer.
Information on climate change and long-term climate fluctuations in Switzerland. What has already happened? What can we expect to happen in the...
The climate is affected by numerous factors. The most recent climatic changes are primarily due to human greenhouse gas emissions.
Graphics of climate and climate change in Switzerland, updated daily.
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Last modified 11.01.2018