Zoology (Miller), 10th Edition © 2016

Grade Levels: 9-12

Sets the Standard for Introductory Zoology

Zoology © 2016 by Stephen Miller and John Harley offers students an introductory text that is manageable in size and adaptable to a variety of course formats. Zoology emphasizes ecological and evolutionary concepts and helps students understand the process of science through elements of chapter organization and boxed readings.

Zoology (Miller), 10th Edition © 2016

The ecological perspective of Zoology is stressed throughout chapters 1 to 22. Human population and endangered species statistics have been updated. Ecological problems are discussed including an assessment of eight critical environmental processes: biodiversity loss, nitrogen cycling, phosphorus cycling, climate change, ocean acidification, land and freshwater use, and ozone depletion.

This edition offers:

  • Connect® with auto-gradable and interactive assessment material tied to learning outcomes
  • A SmartBook® adaptive eBook that creates a personalized reading experience for each student (available in Connect)
  • A lab manual correlated to the textbook for greater integration of labs into the course instruction
  • A downloadable eBook available through ConnectED