New Approaches and Synthesis
- Naomi Cappuccino, University of Texas, Austin, U.S.A.
- Peter Price, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, U.S.A.
An understanding of the dynamics of populations is critically important to ecologists, evolutionary biologists, wildlife managers, foresters, and many other biologists. This edited treatise brings together the latest research on how populations fluctuate in size, the factors that drive these changes, and the theories explaining how populations are regulated. The book also includes specific chapters dealing with insects of economic importance.
Advanced undergraduates, graduate students, faculty and researchers in ecology, forestry, evolutionary biology, and theoretical and mathematical biology. Institutions with strong programs in these areas are also likely buyers.This book should do well with members of the Ecological Society of America, and the American Naturalist Society, as well as other groups.