Redford, Kent H(ubbard)
REDFORD, Kent H(ubbard)
REDFORD, Kent H(ubbard). Taiwanese, b. 1955. Genres: Sciences, Environmental sciences/Ecology. Career: University of Florida, Gainesville, associate professor of Latin American studies and wildlife and range sciences, became director of Program for Studies in Tropical Conservation, 1990-. Teton Science School, counselor, 1975. Instituto pro Ecologia (Piracicaba, Brazil), member of board of directors, 1991-; Fundacion Branger (Venezuela), member of advisory board; consultant to Nature Conservancy, Conservation International, and Brazilian National Park Service. Conducted field research in the United States and Latin America. Publications: EDITOR: (with J.F. Eisenberg, and contrib.) Advances in Neotropical Mammal- ogy, 1989; (with J.G. Robinson, and contrib.) Neotropical Wildlife Use and Conservation, 1991; (with C. Padoch, and contrib.) Conservation of Neotropical Forests: Building from Traditional Resource Use, 1992; (with J.F. Eisenberg) Mammals of the Neotropics, Vol 2: The Southern Cone: Chile, Argentina, Uruguay and Paraguay, 1992; Parks in Peril, 1998; Biology and Resource Use in the Tropics (series). Contributor of articles and reviews to scientific journals and popular magazines. Address: Director of Conservation Science and Stewardship, Latin American Division, The Nature Conservancy, 4245-N Fairfax Dr. #100, Arlington, VA 22203-1606, U.S.A.