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Wrong I. Brisbin?

I. Lehr Brisbin

Wildlife Ecologist

University of Georgia

HQ Phone:  (706) 542-3824

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University of Georgia

111 Conner Hall

Athens, Georgia,30602

United States

Company Description

Founded in 1938, the UGA Press is the oldest and largest book publisher in the state of Georgia. It has been a member of the Association of American University Presses since 1940. With a full-time staff of 26 publishing professionals, the press currently publi... more.

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Background Information

Employment History

Professor

University of South Carolina


Certified Wildlife Biologist

The Wildlife Society


Senior Research Scientist

Savannah River Ecology Laboratory


Laboratory Assistant, Laboratory Assistant, Section

Carnegie Museum of Art


Affiliations

Institute of Ecology of the University of Georgia

Member of the Faculty


NGSD Stud Book

Founder


Education

Ph.D.


Ph.D.

University of Georgia


Ph.D.

University of South Carolina


undergraduate degree

biology

Wesleyan University


Web References(96 Total References)


Palo Alto Online - Town Square Topic

www.paloaltoonline.com [cached]

There is absolutely not evidence for the existence of any kind of 'locking mechanism' unique to the structure of the jaw and/or teeth of the American Pit Bull Terrier, says Dr. I. Lerh Brisbin of the University of Georgia (from the ADBA booklet, "Discover the American Pit Bull Terrier.)


Fear vs. Fact | Save-a-Bull Rescue

saveabullmn.org [cached]

There were no mechanical or morphological differences...? - Dr. I. Lehr Brisbin, University of Georgia


SAY NO BSL - K9 ADVISORS

www.k9advisors.com [cached]

Dr. I. Lehr Brisbin of the University of Georgia has stated under the oath: "There is absolutely no evidence for the existence of any kind of 'locking mechanism' unique to the structure of the jaw and/or teeth of the American Pit Bull Terrier."


The Carolina Dog Association - General Information

www.carolinadogs.org [cached]

The Carolina Dog was discovered and named by Dr. I. Lehr Brisbin, a biology professor at the University of Georgia, at the United States Department of Energy's Savannah River Site in South Carolina.
This is a remote area from which the public have been excluded, and wild dogs that have lived there for centuries have had little opportunity to breed with domestic dogs. Brisbin noted that these dogs were almost identical in looks to the Dingo.


www2.dogbreedinfo.com

The Carolina Dog was discovered and named by Dr. I. Lehr Brisbin, Jr., a biology professor at the University of Georgia, at the United States Department of Energy's Savannah River site in South Carolina.
This is a remote area from which the public has been excluded, and wild dogs that have lived there for centuries have had little opportunity to breed with domestic dogs. Brisbin noted that these dogs were almost identical in looks to the Dingo. Other scientists observed that the Carolina's bone structure was very similar to the remains of the neolithic dog bones from Native American burial sites thousands of years old. Ecologists in the South, including Dr. I. Lehr Brisbin, Jr., are searching for pure specimens still in the wild swamps and piney woods of the Savannah River basin.


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