Just have been diving into the different GIS (Geo Information Systems) and checking what data is already available. Of course Swiss style, each canton has it’s own GIS and different kinda data are being monitored.
Seems like in the Canton of Schaffhausen there is not so much about soil available yet. but some other interesting data of forest use. http://www.sh.ch/index.php?id=663
I’ll throw another one in here. https://soilgrids.org/ is a great website which takes the local soil data from different regions (probably including the one linked above) and makes them all available and accessible through their nice online map AND (more importantly) through a sanely designed API - https://rest.soilgrids.org/ . If you click on a point on the map, it even shows you the API URL directly in the info menu (!!).
We have a great US based soil map from USGS which has been built over the course of the last 100 years, but it’s nearly impossible to use because the API is so f-ing complicated.
Also, I just noticed that Soilgrids is now testing a beta feature for uploading data… that’s cool! I’ll check that out also.
for geology mapping (and generally, for a cool website), check out https://macrostrat.org/burwell/ made by my friends (and former colleagues) at the University of Wisconsin. Many years ago (in 2011), I made its predecessor Earthbase (now offline as Macrostrat, while based on Earthbase, is much better)