Brief career history
I was born in ヴヴェイ of the State of Bo. After having learned mathematics in Geneva, I learned engineering in エコール サントラル and graduated in 1851. I worked in the businessman of the uncle, a company of Jean ドルフス (Jean Dolfuss). Because I succeeded to the inheritance of the grandfather in 1868, I retired myself from the business world and turned for a botanical study. I took a trip to each place in 1870 and got to know French botanist, チュレ (Thuret) and ボルネ (Bornet) in Khan. I was known for the study of the plant of the Malian thyme Alps (the southwestern part of Alps) and published "flower ("Flore des Alpes Maritimes") of the Mali time Alps" by a joint work with John Isaac ブリケ and others of the Geneva plant director. I collected specimens more than 210,000 points and 2,600 books. I received a honarary doctorate from Lausanne University, the Zurich University, and 受勲 did a Legion d'honneur decoration in 1914.
- Flore des Alpes maritimes ou Catalogue raisonnédes plantes qui croissent spontanément dans la chaîne des Alpes maritimes, etc.; (7 volumes 1892-1931, John Isaac Briquet, François Cavillier and joint work)
- Catalogue raisonnédes Hieracium des Alpes Maritimes; (1883, August Gremli and joint work).
- « Émile Burnat » dans la base de données du centenaire du Palais de Rumine de la Bibliothèque cantonale et universitaire de Lausanne
- J. Briquet, journal de Genève, 1920/09/06 Photographie Boissonnas, Genève Patrie suisse, (A. Bonard) 1908, no 395, p.265-266
- Cavillier, François Notice biographique sur Emile Burnat (1828-1920) In: Bulletin de la Murithienne. - Sion - Fasc. 41 (1919-1920), p. 104-111
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