From Populations to Ecosystems: Theoretical Foundations for a New Ecological Synthesis

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MONOGRAPHS IN POPULATION BIOLOGY
EDITED BY SIMON A. LEVIN AND HENRY S. HORN

1. The Theory of Island Biogeography, by Robert H. MacArthur and Edward O. Wilson

2. Evolution in Changing Environments: Some Theoretical Explorations, by Richard Levins

3. Adaptive Geometry of Trees, by Henry S. Horn

4. Theoretical Aspects of Population Genetics, by Motoo Kimura and Tomoko Ohta

5. Populations in a Seasonal Environment, by Steven D. Fretwell

6. Stability and Complexity in Model Ecosystems, by Robert M. May

7. Competition and the Structure of Bird Communities, by Martin L. Cody

8. Sex and Evolution, by George C. Williams

9. Group Selection in Predator-Prey Communities, by Michael E. Gilpin

10. Geographic Variation, Speciation, and Clines, by John A. Endler

11. Food Webs and Niche Space, by Joel E. Cohen

12. Caste and Ecology in the Social Insects, by George F. Oster and Edward O. Wilson

13. The Dynamics of Arthropod Predator-Prey Systems, by Michael P. Hassel

14. Some Adaptations of Marsh-Nesting Blackbirds, by Gordon H. Orians

15. Evolutionary Biology of Parasites, by Peter W. Price

16. Cultural Transmission and Evolution: A Quantitative Approach, by L. L. Cavalli-Sforza and M. W. Feldman

17. Resource Competition and Community Structure, by David Tilman

18. The Theory of Sex Allocation, by Eric L. Charnov

19. Mate Choice in Plants: Tactics, Mechanisms, and Consequences, by Nancy Burley and Mary F. Wilson

20. The Florida Scrub Jay: Demography of a Cooperative-Breeding Bird, by Glen E. Woolfenden and John W. Fitzpatrick

21. Natural Selection in the Wild, by John A. Endler

22. Theoretical Studies on Sex Ratio Evolution, by Samuel Karlin and Sabin Lessard

23. A Hierarchical Concept of Ecosystems, by R.V. O’Neill, D. L. DeAngelis, J. B. Waide, and T.F.H. Allen

24. Population Ecology of the Cooperatively Breeding Acorn Woodpecker, by Walter D. Koenig and Ronald L. Mumme

25. Population Ecology of Individuals, by Adam Lomnicki

26. Plant Strategies and the Dynamics and Structure of Plant Communities, by David Tilman

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