David Duffy

Research interests

I am a jack of all trades having worked on seabirds, Lyme Disease, fish schooling, old growth forest, El NiƱo, and mapping biodiversity. Here in Hawaii, I ran the Pacific Cooperative Studies Unit for two decades, bringing in over a quarter of a billion dollars to UH and helping to grow basic and applied conservation biology. I am continuing my studies of the Peruvian upwelling and Alaskan seabirds, editing Pacific Science, and trying to sustain and improve the research environment at UH.

I am not taking grad students but am happy to serve on committees.