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Duffy, D.C. and P. Capece. 2011. Biology and
Impacts of Pacific Invasive Species 7. The domestic cat (Felis
catus). Pacific Science . 66(2):66 pages
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Duffy, D.C. 2010. Changing Seabird Management
in Hawai‘i: From Exploitation through
Management to Restoration. Waterbirds.
Kraus, F. and D.C. Duffy. 2010. A
successful model from Hawaii for rapid response to invasive species.
Journal for Nature Conservation. 18: 135–141
Hebshi, A., D.C. Duffy and K.D.
Hyrenbach. 2008. Associations between seabirds and subsurface
predators around Oahu, Hawaii. Aquatic Biology. 4: 89–98
Duffy, D.C. and F. Kraus. 2008. Taking
Medawar's medicine: science as the art of the soluble for Hawaii's
terrestrial extinction crisis. Pacific Conservation Biology
14: 80-88 (request reprint)
Foster, J.T., B.L. Woodworth, L.E.
Eggert, P.J. Hart, D. Palmer, D.C. Duffy and R.C. Fleischer. 2007.
Avian malaria (Plasmodium relictum) and the origins of
resistant populations of Hawaiian Honeycreepers. Molecular
Ecology 16: 4738-4746
Duffy, D.C., S. Conant, S.F. Dunbar,
N.W. Yeung, J.M. Hawhee, W.A. Kuntz, S.M. Plentovich, K.L. Krend,
V.K., Stein, K.R. Buholm, H.L. Spalding, M. Parker, M.L. Dailer, and
L.E. Kozloff. July 2006 Hawaii Conservation Conference Poster:
Can plan or no can plan? Review of natural resource management
planning in Hawaii. Hawaii Convention Center, Honolulu, HI
Porter, W.P., N. Vakharia, W.D.
Klousie, and D.C. Duffy. 2006. Po'ouli landscape bioinformatics
models predict energetics, behavior, diets, and distribution on
From the symposium "Ecophysiology and Conservation: The
Contributions of Energetics" presented at the annual meeting of the
Society for Integrative Biology, January 4-8, 2006 at Orlando, FL.
Duffy, D.C. and F. Kraus. May 2006.
Science and the Art of the Solvable in
Hawaii's Extinction Crisis. Environment Hawaii 16(11)1: 3-6.
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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
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