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Rob Baldwin Ph.D.

Baldwin, Rob

Rob Baldwin has been working in biodiversity conservation, inside and out of academia for about 20 years. He began his career as a research assistant at the National Zoological Park at the Smithsonian in Washington D.C. He began doing field studies and eventually taught for six years in a traveling, interdisciplinary field program that took him  throughout the four deserts, the Pacific Northwest, and the Appalachian Spine.   He was born in Washington D.C. and grew up on the coast of Maine. Rob attended Colby College, the University of Edinburgh (UK), George Mason University, and the University of Maine. Dr. Baldwin was a Robert and Patricia Switzer Foundation Environmental Fellow, and Leadership Grant recipient. He is also co-editor of the 2010 book Landscape-scale Conservation Planning


Amphibians Reptiles Upland/mixed forest Urban systems (natural systems within highly urbanized areas?) Agro ecosystems Geospatial (GIS) Remote sensing (LiDAR) Rivers/Streams - Instream Habitat Rivers/Streams - Streambank/Riparian Forest/natural cover management, restoration Urban development (incl. zoning) Modeling (incl. Down-scale climate, Coupled, Niche-envelope modeling) Adaptation (management response and facilitation)

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