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Eric Dinersteim

Eric Dinerstein, PhD, attended Northwestern University and Western Washington University, and did his graduate studies in wildlife science at the University of Washington. He is director of biodiversity and wildlife solutions at RESOLVE, where he devotes his time to the conservation of wild populations of elephants, rhinos, tigers, and other endangered species. Previously, he was chief scientist and vice president for conservation science at the World Wildlife Fund for nearly twenty-five years. Dinerstein began researching tigers in the Nepal in 1975 as a Peace Corps volunteer. He later continued fieldwork in the region, studying rhinos and tigers for the Smithsonian Institution.

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