1 Introduction to Ecology: Historical Foundations and Developing Frontiers Section I Natural History and Evolution 2 Life on Land 3 Life and Water 4 Population Genetics and Natural Selection Section II Adaptations to the Environment 5 Temperature Relations 6 Water Relations 7 Energy and Nutrient Relations 8 Social Relations Section III Population Ecology 9 Population Distribution and Abundance 10 Population Dynamics 11 Population Growth 12 Life Histories Section IV Interactions 13 Competition 14 Exploitative Interactions: Predation, Herbivory, Parasitism, and Disease 15 Mutualism Section V Communities and Ecosystems 16 Species Abundance and Diversity 17 Species Interactions and Community Structure 18 Primary Production and Energy Flow 19 Nutrient Cycling and Retention 20 Succession and Stability Section VI Large-Scale Ecology 21 Landscape Ecology 22 Geographic Ecology 23 Global Ecology
Manuel Molles received his Ph.D. from the University of Arizona. He currently teaches at the University of New Mexico and is also Curator of Fishes and Aquatic Invertebrates. Dr. Molles has written and co-authored a number of publications on various ecology topics throughout his career, many of which he has presented at national and international conferences. Additionally, Dr. Molles was a Fulbright Scholar in Portugal.