Deevey, ed., Growth by Intussusception:
Ecological Essays in Honor of G. Evelyn Hutchinson
(Hampden, CT: Archon Books, 1972).
collection of essays celebrates G. Evelyn Hutchinson's
influence on the history of ecology. A founder
of ecosystem ecology through his own work in
limnology (the study of lakes) and in his great
mentorship activity. The articles--of M.J. Dunbar
on "The Ecosystem as a Unit of Natural
Selection" and Lawrence Slobodkin "On
the Inconstancy of Ecological Efficiency and
the Form of Ecological Theories"--for example,
reflect the wide range of Hutchinson's interests.