Monographs in Population Biology77

Simon A. Levin, Robert M. Pringle, and Corina E. Tarnita, Series Editors

Monographs in Population Biology (MPB) is an ongoing series of books that examine important aspects of the ecology and evolution of animals, plants, microbes, and the ecosystems in which they exist. Since its launch with MacArthur & Wilson’s Theory of Island Biogeography, the series has published some of the most influential and highly cited books in ecology and evolutionary biology. Today, MPB aims to publish cutting-edge books that emphasize synthesis, embrace theoretical and empirical approaches, integrate across levels, and offer fresh insights and creative new hypotheses. The series welcomes contributions from scholars at any career stage; interested authors may contact acquisitions editor Alison Kalett or the series editors for more information or to submit a proposal.