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  • Farrell, Jessica A.; Yetsko, Kelsey; Whitmore, Liam; Whilde, Jenny; Eastman, Catherine B.; Ramia, Devon Rollinson; Thomas, Rachel; Linser, Paul; Creer, Simon; Burkhalter, Brooke; Schnitzler, Christine; Duffy, David J. (Nature, 2021)
    Pathogen-induced cancers account for 15% of human tumors and are a growing concern for endangered wildlife. Fibropapillomatosis is an expanding virally and environmentally coinduced sea turtle tumor epizootic. Chelonid ...
  • Yetsko, Kelsey; Farrell, Jessica A.; Blackburn, Nicholas B.; Whitmore, Liam; Stammnitz, Maximilian R.; Whilde, Jenny; Eastman, Catherine B.; Rollinson Ramia, Devon; Thomas, Rachel; Krstic, Aleksandar; Linser, Paul; Creer, Simon; Carvalho, Gary; Devlin, Mariana A.; Nahvi, Nina; Leandro, Ana Cristina; deMaar, Thomas W.; Burkhalter, Brooke; Murchison, Elizabeth P.; Schnitzler, Christine; Duffy, David J. (Nature, 2021)
    Sea turtle populations are under threat from an epizootic tumor disease (animal epidemic) known as fibropapillomatosis. Fibropapillomatosis continues to spread geographically, with prevalence of the disease also growing ...
  • Eastman, Catherine B.; Farrell, Jessica A.; Whitmore, Liam; Rollinson Ramia, Devon R.; Thomas, Rachel S.; Prine, Jenifer; Eastman, Scott F.; Osborne, Todd Z.; Martindale, Mark Q.; Duffy, David J. (Frontiers Media, 2020)
    Pollution from anthropogenic marine debris, particularly buoyant plastics, is ubiquitous across marine ecosystems. Due to the persistent nature of plastics in the environment, their buoyancy characteristics, degradation ...
  • Duffy, David J.; Schnitzler, Christine; Karpinski, Lorraine; Thomas, Rachel; Whilde, Jenny; Eastman, Catherine B.; Yang, Calvin; Krstic, Aleksandar; Rollinson, Devon; Zirkelbach, Bette; Yetsko, Kelsey; Burkhalter, Brooke; Martindale, Mark Q. (Nature Research, 2019)
    Wildlife populations are under intense anthropogenic pressures, with the geographic range of many species shrinking, dramatic reductions in population numbers and undisturbed habitats, and biodiversity loss. It is ...

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