Disease (recent appear at top)

Below are my publications on disease, to view a complete list of my publications please click here.

Duffy, D.C. and F.H. Vargas. 2018. From the Vagile to the Sedentary: Disease
Implications and New Host Relationships on Islands. Chapter 5 in Disease Ecology, Social and Ecological Interactions in the Galapagos Islands. P.G. Parker (ed.) Springer International Publishing. Pages 113-135  

Duffy, D.C.  The Virus Next Time. Take action against new viruses by making Hawaii less hospitable for mosquitoes. Honolulu Civil Beat

Samuel, M.D., P.H.F. Hobbelen, F. DeCastro, J.A. Ahumada, D. LaPointe, C.T. Atkinson, B.L. Woodworth, P.J. Hart and D.C. Duffy. 2011. The dynamics, transmission, and population impacts of avian malaria in native Hawaiian birds: a modeling approach. Ecological Applications. 21 (8):2960-2973 

Woodworth, B.L., C.T. Atkinson, D.A. LaPointe, P.J. Hart, C.S. Spiegel, E.J. Tweed, C. Henneman, J. LeBrun, T. Denette, R. Demots, K.L. Kozar, D. Trigilia, D. Lease, A. Gregor, T. Smith, and D.C. Duffy. 2005. Host population persistence in the face of introduced vector-borne diseases: Hawaii amakihi and avian malaria. Proc. of the Nat. Acad. of Sciences. 102(5): 1531-1536

Olsen, B., D.C. Duffy, T.G.T. Jaenson, A. Gylfe, J. Bonnedahl and S. Bergstrom. December 1995. Transhemispheric exchange of Lyme disease spirochetes by seabirds. Journal of Clinical Microbiology. 33(12): 3270-3274

Duffy, D.C., S.R. Campbell, D. Clark, C. DiMotta and S. Guerney. 1994. Ixodes scapularis (Acari: Ixoidae) deer ticks mesoscale populations in natural areas: effects of deer, area and location. Journal of Medical Entomology. 31: 152-158

Duffy, D.C. and S.R. Campbell. 1994. Ambient air temperature as a predictor of activity of adult Ixodes scapularis (Acari: Ixoidae) on Shelter Island, New York. Journal of Medical Entomology. 31: 875-879

Mather, T.N., D.C. Duffy and S.R. Campbell. 1993. An Unexpected Result from Burning Vegetation to Reduce Lyme Disease Transmission Risks. Journal of Medical Entomology. 30(3): 642-645

Duffy, D.C. 1992. The effectiveness of Helmeted Guineafowl in the control of the deer tick, the vector of Lyme disease. Wilson Bulletin. 104(2): 342-345

Duffy, D.C. and A. Daturi. 1987. Diel rhythms of tick parasitism on incubating African penguins. Medical and Veterinary Entomology. 1: 103-106

Duffy, D. C. and M. J. C. Duffy. 1986. Tick parasitism at nesting colonies of blue-footed boobies in Peru and the Galapagos. The Condor. 88: 242-244

Duffy, D. C. 1983. The ecology of tick parasitism on densely nesting Peruvian seabirds. Ecology. 64(1): 110-119

Duffy, D. and S. Harcourt. 1980. An investigation of avian pox disease: its distribution and effects on Galapagos birds. pp. 108-111 in D. C. Duffy, D. J. Reynaolds, and M. J. Campos(eds.) Annual Report. 1980. Charles Darwin Research Station, Santa Cruz Island,
Galapagos, Ecuador

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