Infectious diseases are embedded in a complex of social, environmental, and biological forces. This series provides an up-to-date synthesis of contemporary issues in the ecology and evolution of infectious diseases. Topics covered include aspects of population ecology, vector biology, animal behaviour and movement, methods for inference and disease forecasting, ecoimmunology, evolution, biogeography, and others. Each book makes topical connections to pathogens of current interest. The series is intended for students and researchers working in ecology, evolution, and epidemiology with applications to the disciplines of one health (animal health, public health, and environmental health), environmental management, health policy, therapeutics, and wildlife conservation.