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Robin S. Reid

Robin Reid, Ph.D., is a systems ecologist, leading research on livestock and environment issues at the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) in Nairobi, Kenya. She began her research career as a biologist in the US National Park Service working on plant-herbivore interactions. For the last two decades, she has worked in sub-humid and semi-arid lands in Africa, focusing on why and where land use changes and how such changes affect ecosystems. She currently leads a global pastoral systems project at ILRI, which attempts to balance pastoral development and ecosystem conservation. The pastoral team works with NGO’s, government, communities and private industry to bring the best science (field studies, GIS, remote sensing, and simulation modelling) to bear on critical conservation-development issues.

Robin Reid

Systems Ecologist and Project Leader
Global Pastoral Systems Project
Targeting Opportunities Research Theme
International Livestock Research Institute
P.O. Box 30709
Nairobi, Kenya

r.reid@cgiar.org

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