A133 Russell Labs
1630 Linden Drive
Madison, WI 53706
Tropical forest ecology, conservation biology, sustainable forestry
|B.A.||Oxford University||Biological Sciences||2008|
|M.Sc.||Université de Genève||Environmnetal Science||2011|
|Ph.D.||ETH Zürich||Tropical Forest Conservation and Ecology||2015|
|Princeton University and The Nature Conservancy||NatureNet Postdoctoral Researcher||2015-2019|
For more information on Prof. Burivalova’s research, visit the projects page on her lab website.
FWE 100 Forest of the World – Ecology and conservation of a wide range of forests, from tropical rain and dry forests, boreal forests, to temperate forests, outside of the USA. The main threats to forests, and different strategies to solve conservation and sustainable management issues in international forestry. Trade-offs in forest conservation and management, resulting from different values that people place on forests, issues in equity and equality in access to forest resources. The role of forests in climate change and extinction of species.