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About the Author
Bryan Shorrocks is an Honorary Professor in the Environment Department, University of York. Before his association with York he was Professor of Population Ecology at the University of Leeds. For many years he was senior editor of the Journal of Animal Ecology and is presently one of the panel of referees for the African Journal of Ecology. He has twice been a member of the Council of the British Ecological Society, and has been on research committees for NERC (TLS, and Large Scale Ecological Processes in Ecology), and AFRC (Plants & Environment, and Global Environment Change). Presently he gives scientific advice to the Namibian Cheetah Project, is UK representative for the East African Wildlife Society (and is a Trustee of the East African Wildlife Trust. He carries most of his East African Research at the Mpala Research Centre, in Laikipia, central Kenya.