KATHERINE F. SAUTER
Program Coordinator, Pacific Northwest Ecosystem Research
Consortium, University of Washington, Seattle, WA 98195, U.S.A.
B.A., Russian, Carleton College, Northfield, MN, 1988
M.S., Department of Forestry, University of Washington,
Seattle, WA, 1994
Program Coordinator. Pacific Northwest Ecosystem Research Consortium.
University of Washington. 1995 - present.
Research Assistant. Center for Streamside Studies. Edited newsletter,
coordinated all logistics and communications for the "International
Workshop on the Ecology and Management of Aquatic-Terrestrial Ecotones."
University of Washington. 1993-1994.
Field Coordinator. Russian Far East Food Distribution Program.
Coordinated the monitoring of distribution of 20,000 metric tons of USDA
surplus food. Catholic Relief Services, Khabarovsk, Russia. 1992.
Exhibit Guide. "Design USA" Exhibit: Cultural Exchange in the USSR
through the United States Information Agency. 1990-1991.
1995 International Kuril Island Project. Marbled murrelet, spotted owl
and breeding bird surveys, including habitat and vegetation surveys, in
Washington and Oregon. Alpha Engineering Group, Darrington WA; Beak
Consultants, Newport and Coquille OR; Raedeke Associates, Seattle WA.
1994-present. Tour (ecotours, phototours) and delegation (forestry or
environment related) leader in Siberia and the Russian Far East. REI
Adventures, Kamchatka; Pacific Environment and Resources Center, Russian
Far East and central Siberia; Baikalwatch, Lake Baikal. 1991-present.
SAUTER, K.F. In press. A multi-national biological expedition to the
islands of the Russian Kuril Archipelago. Popular Science.
SAUTER, K.F. 1996. Kuril island adventure. Rock Garden Quarterly,
Bulletin of the North American Rock Garden Society, 54(1):3-16.
SAUTER, K.F. 1994. Explaining variation in western Washington riparian
management zone (RMZ) width. University of Washington, unpublished thesis.
Photographs published in The Salt Lake City Tribune, 1991; Pacific
Discovery Magazine, 1992; a Golden Turtle Press 1993 calendar;
Ecotraveller magazine, 1993; The Seattle Times, 1995; and various books,
newsletters and other media, including this web-site.