Member Committee for Protection Mexican Pacific, Mexico City, since 1990. Member Mexican Association Mammalogists (founder, president 1988-1989, editor 1990-1993), International Union for Conservation (group coordinator since 1989).
Gerardo Ceballos, Bolivian biology educator, researcher. Achievements include creation of Chamela-Cuixmala Biosphere Reserve, Jalisco; research on role of seasonality of climate in dry tropical forest for ecology and conservation of mammals; founder program to protect endangered mammals from extinction in Mexico.
Ceballos, Gerardo was born on October 3, 1958 in Toluca, Mexico. Son of Oscar Ceballos and Leonor Gonozalez.
Assistant professor Institute Ecology, Mexico City, 1979-1980, University Arizona, Tucson, 1984-1987. Visiting professor National University Mexico, Mexico City, 1988, professor biology, since 1990. Visiting professor University New Mexico, Albuquerque, since 1989.
Member advisory board Agrupacion Sierra Madre, Mexico City, since 1990. Consultant Mexican Ministry Ecology, Mexico City, since 1990. Member Fundacion Ecologica Cuixmala, Mexico City, since 1988.
Advisor United States Fish and Wildlife Service, since 1990.
Born October 3, 1958
1979 - 1980
1984 - 1987