C. KENNETH DODD,
C. KENNETH DODD, JR.,
“KEN” received his PhD with E.D.
Brodie at Clemson University in 1974. Most of his career was with the U.S. Department of
Interior: Office of Endangered Species 1976-1984; Research division of the U.S. Fish and
Wildlife Service, later transferred to the U.S. Geological Survey (1984-2007). Ken retired
from the USGS in early 2007, and is currently Courtesy Associate Professor in the Department
of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation at the University of Florida. Ken has published more
than 200 papers, reviews and books, mostly on turtle and amphibian ecology and conservation.
His book “Frogs of the United States and Canada” will be published by Johns Hopkins
University Press in 2012. Ken lives in Gainesville Florida with his wife Marian Griffey and
their 9 cats and numerous turtles.