ⓘ List of raised and transitional bogs of Switzerland. This is a list of raised and transitional bogs of Switzerland. It is based on the Federal Inventory of Rais ..

                                     

ⓘ List of raised and transitional bogs of Switzerland

This is a list of raised and transitional bogs of Switzerland. It is based on the Federal Inventory of Raised and Transitional Bogs of National Importance. The inventory is part of a 1991 Ordinance of the Swiss Federal Council implementing the Federal Law on the Protection of Nature and Cultural Heritage.

                                     
  • This is a list of bogs wetland mires that accumulate peat from dead plant material, usually sphagnum moss. Bogs are sometimes called quagmires technically
  • canton of Valais, Switzerland Its surface area is 0.9 ha. The raised bog is listed in the Federal Inventory of Raised and Transitional Bogs of National
  • above Tarasp in the Lower Engadine, Graubunden, Switzerland The site is listed in the Inventory of Raised and Transitional Bogs of National Importance.
  • Grisons, Switzerland It is listed in the Inventory of Raised and Transitional Bogs of National Importance. Lai Neir and Lai Blos are part of Alp Flix
  • of the Grisons, Switzerland It is located at an elevation of 1652 m. The site is listed in the Federal Inventory of Raised and Transitional Bogs of National
  • begins in the Swiss canton of Graubunden in the southeastern Swiss Alps, forms part of the Swiss - Liechtenstein, Swiss - Austrian, Swiss - German and then the Franco - German
  • of Germany, under paragraph 24 of the Federal Nature Conservation Act, are not listed here. See List of national parks of Germany. Verband Deutscher Naturparke
  • surrounded by Switzerland it is linked to the rest of Konstanz, and by extension to the rest of Germany, by a bridge. The Swiss town of Stein am Rhein
  • This is a list of solved missing persons cases of people who went missing in unknown locations or unknown circumstances that were eventually explained
  • of wetlands  marsh, swamp, bog and fen bogs and fens being types of mires Some experts also recognize wet meadows and aquatic ecosystems as additional