Overfishing (recent appear at top)

While I taught a course at the University of Alaska on overfishing, comparing the economic, social and ecological backgrounds of overfishing, most of my papers focused on the interaction between (over)fishing and seabird populations.

Duffy, D. C. and Schneider. 1994. Seabird-fishery interactions: a manager's guide. In Nettleship, Burger and Gochfeld (Eds.). Seabirds on Islands: threats, case studies 7 action plans

Schneider, D.C., D.C. Duffy, A.D. MacCall, and D.W. Anderson. 1992. Seabird-fisheries interactions: evaluation with dimensionless ratios. In: D. R. McCullough and R. H. Barrett (eds.), Wildlife 2001: populations. Elsevier Applied Science, London and New York. pp. 602-615

Duffy, D. C. and C. Wissel. 1988. Models of fish school size in relation to environmental productivity. Ecological Modeling. 40(3-4): 201-212

Duffy, D.C., R.P. Wilson, R.E. Wicklefs, S.C. Broni and H. Veldhuis. 1987. Penguins and purse seiners: competition or coexistence? National Geographic. 3(4): 480-488

Walter, C.B., D.C. Duffy, J. Cooper and W. Suter. 1987. Cape anchovy in swift tern diets and fishery landings in the Benguela upwelling region, South Africa. South African Journal of Wildlife Research. 17(4): 139-142

Duffy, D. C. and Siegfried. 1987. Temporal variations in food consumption by seabirds. In Croxall, J. P. (Ed.) Seabird Feeding Ecology. Cambridge University Press. pp. 327-346

Duffy, D. C., Wilson and Berruti. 1985. Anchovy in the diets of Dyer Island Penguins: a tests of two models of anchovy distribution. South African Journal of Science. 81: 552-554

Duffy, D.C. and A.J. Boyd. 1983. Anchovy distribution and migration. South African Journal of Science. 79: 387-388

Duffy, D. C. 1983. Environmental uncertainty and commercial fishing: effects on Peruvian guano birds. Biological Conservation. 26: 227-238

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