Rodolphe Schlaepfer

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Professeur honoraire +41 21 693 57 71

Nationalité : Swiss

Date de naissance : 22.06.1940

GR B2 375 (Bâtiment GR)
Station 2
CH-1015 Lausanne

GR B2 375 (Bâtiment GR)
Station 2
CH-1015 Lausanne

Données administratives


Ecology, ecosystem management, landscape ecology, criteria and indicators for sustainable management, biodiversity, sustainable forest management, monitoring systems, experimental design, sampling techniques



Autres publications

E. Zuercher, R. Schlaepfer, M. Conedera and F. Giudici
Trees-Structure and Function, 24, p. 31-41, 2010
Looking for differences in wood properties as a function of the felling date: lunar phase-correlated variations in the drying behavior of Norway Spruce (Picea abies Karst.) and Sweet Chestnut (Castan
Zanini, Flavio; Klingemann,Anna; Schlaepfer, Rodolphe;Schmidt, Benedikt R.
Can. J. Zoo. 86: 692-699 (2008)
Landscape effects on anuran pond occupancy in agricultural countryside: barrier-based buffers predict distributions better than circular buffers
Schlaepfer Rodolphe
in Forest Landscape Restoration in Central and Northern Europe. Veltheim, T. and Pajari, B (eds). EFI Proceedings No 53. 2005
Ecosystem Approach and Ecosystem Management as Fundaments of Forest Landscape Restoration
Luyet, V. Rousseau, A.N., Schlaepfer, R., Villeneuve, J.-P.
Vecteur Environnement, Novembre 2005: 36-45
Gouvernance participative dans la gestion int�gr�e de l'eau par bassin versant au Qu�bec: Etat des lieux et r�flexions.
Reinhard, M., Rebetez, M., Schlaepfer, R.
Theoretical and Applied Climatology. Published online, March 31, 2005
Recent climate change: Rethinking drought in the context of Forest Fire Research in Ticino, South of Switzerland
Schlaepfer, Rodolphe; B�tler, Rita
Revue Foresti�re Fran�aise, 2004 (5): 431-444
Crit�res et indicateurs de la gestion des ressources foresti�res: Prise en compte de la complexit� et de l'approche �cosyst�mique
B�tler, Rita; Angelstam Per; Schlaepfer, Rodolphe.
Ecological Bulletins 51 (2004): 219-232
Quantitative snag targets for the three-toed woodpecker Pico�des tridactylus