Oxford University Press

Ecological and Environmental Physiology Series (EEPS) 

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Academic Editor:    Warren Burggren - University of North Texas



Commissioning Editor:   Ian Sherman - Oxford University Press




EEPS is a multi-volume book series in ecological and environmental physiology published by Oxford University Press.   Each volume  focuses on the ecological and environmental physiology of a key taxon - e.g. fish, crustaceans, birds, insects, plants, mircoorganisms - to provide a state-of-the-art review, synthesis and consideration of future topics that are relevant to how organisms have evolved and coped with the environmental features of their habitats.



EEPS comprises short (~300 pages), affordable volumes that appeal to  students, researchers, consultants and other professionals in the fields of physiology, physiological ecology, and ecology.



If you have ideas for new titles in this series or just wish to comment on EEPS, please do not hesitate to get in touch with the editors.


For problems or questions regarding this web site contact burggren@unt.edu.
Last updated: June 29, 2012