University of California Publications in Zoology is a monographic series devoted to zoological studies. Although the series has traditionally emphasized systematics, behavior, and natural history, submissions from other areas such as evolution, population genetics, and functional morphology are encouraged.
The Series monographs are the oldest publishing programs at University of California Press, dating back to its founding in 1893. The monographs are highly specialized book-length works. Publishing in the series is open to all qualified scholars, with or without UC affiliation; however, page charges are generally required from non-UC authors. All publications are published jointly in print and online. All manuscripts should be submitted to the chair of the series editorial boards. Members of the series editorial board jointly decide on publication after evaluating peer reviews. The editorial boards consist of tenured UC faculty. If your manuscript is approved for publication, you will need to provide digital files suitable for printing.
See these instructions for more information. If you would like to submit a paper contact the series editorial board.
David S. Woodruff, Chair UC San Diego
Carla Cicero Museum of Vertebrate Zoology, UC Berkeley
Douglas A. Kelt Department of Wildlife, Fish, & Conservation Biology, UC Davis
Eileen A. Lacey Department of Integrative Biology and Museum of Vertebrate Zoology, UC Berkeley
Peter B. Moyle Department of Wildlife, Fish, & Conservation Biology, UC Davis
Donald C. Potts Department of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, UC Santa Cruz