July 23, 2003 by

John Eisenberg

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Categories: Education, Scientists, Writers/Editors

Dr. John F. Eisenberg, a world-renowned expert of animal behavior and evolution, died on July 6 of renal cancer. He was 68.
Eisenberg started learning about mammals in childhood. As a boy living in Washington state, Eisenberg trapped and studied the rodents that lived in the area. After graduating from Washington State University and the University of California, Berkeley, Eisenberg spent many years studying mammals at the National Zoo.
Eisenberg also taught at the University of Maryland and the University of Florida, wrote over 150 articles on ecology and animal biology and published several books on mammals including the influential text, “The Mammalian Radiations: An Analysis of Trends in Evolution, Adaptation and Behavior.”

One Response to John Eisenberg

  1. Mariano Becerril

    hi. Im student of Universidad Autonoma del Estado de Hidalgo and i need this work for reviw. because Im written my work of tesis.

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