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Below are my
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Duffy, D.C. 2011. No Room in the Ark? Climate
Change and Biodiversity in the Pacific Islands of Oceania. Pacific
Conservation Biology . 17:192-200
Duffy, D.C. 2010. Changing Seabird Management
in Hawaii: From Exploitation through
Management to Restoration.
Duffy, D.C. 1993. Stalking the Southern oscillation: environmental
uncertainty, climate change and North Pacific seabirds. IN Vermeer, K., K. T. Briggs, K. H. Morgan and D.
Siegel-Causey (Eds.). The status, ecology and conservation
of marine birds of the North Pacific. Special publication of
the Canadian Wildlife Service. pp. 61-67
Duffy, D. C. 1990. Climate Change, rising sea level and the Galapagos.
World Wildlife Fund Special Report on Climate Change. pp. 6-7
Duffy, D. C. 1990. Seabirds and the 1982-1984 El Nino/Southern
In Glynn, P. W. (Ed). Global ecological consequences
of the 1982/83 El Nino Southern Oscillation. Elsevier. pp.
Duffy, D.C. 1989.
Letter to the editor. Carbon-Sequestering Science: An Alternative to "Pesky Electronics"?
Science. New Series. 244(4907): 904
Duffy, Arntz, Tovar, Boersma and Norton. 1988. The effects of El
Nino and the Southern Oscillation on seabirds in the Atlantic Ocean
compared to the events in Peru. Acta XIX Ino.
Ornith. Congress. pp. 1740-1746
Duffy, D. C. and Merlin. 1986. Seabird densities and aggregations
during the 1983 El Nino in the Galapagos Islands. Wilson Bulletin.
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