Rita Bütler Sauvain



Since 2005: Scientific collaborator, WSL (Swiss Federal Institute for Forest, Snow and Landscape Research)

1997–2005: Scientific collaborator, EPFL (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Lausanne), Laboratory of Ecosystem Management

1996: Biologist, SFFN (Service des forêts, de la faune et de la nature du canton de Vaud) , Lausanne

1991-1992: Lecturer and project leader, VŜST Technical University , Liberec, Czechia

1989-1991: Teacher for natural sciences, KKSS (Kath. Kantonssekundarschule) , KSBG (Kantonsschule am Burggraben) , St. Gallen and NTB (Interstaatliche Hochschule für Technik) , Buchs


2003: Ph.D. degree EPFL, Dead wood in managed forests: how much and how much is enough? Development of a snag-quantification method by remote sensing and GIS and snag targets based on Three-toed woodpeckers' habitat requirements.

2003: Hintermann&Weber research award

1995: Master degree in Environmental Sciences, EPFL

1989: Diploma for teaching of natural sciences - mathematics, PHSG (Pädagogische Hochschule) , St. Gallen

1984: Baccalaureate Latin, St. Gallen. Award for best matura.

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