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Allen, J. A., D. Pimentel & J. P. Lassoie.  1988.  Fuelwood production and use in rural Swaziland:  a case-study of two communities.  For. Ecol. Manage. 25:  239-54.

 

Brown, R. D., D. Pimentel & H. D. Byrne.  1969.  Intrinsic rate of increase of the pea aphid on resistant and susceptible alfalfa.  J. Econ. Ent. 62:  1521-22.

 

Chabora, P. C. & D. Pimentel.  1966.  Effect of host (Musca domestica L.) age on the pteromalid parasite Nasonia vitripennis (Walker).  Canad. Ent. 98:  1226-31.

 

Chabora, P. C. & D. Pimentel.  1970.  Patterns of evolution in parasite-host systems.  Ann. Ent. Soc. Amer. 63:  479-86.

 

Chitty, D., D. Pimentel & C. J. Krebs.  1967.  Food supply of overwintered voles.  J. Anim. Ecol. 37:  113-20.

 

Clark, N., C. Edquist, R. Kaplinsky & D. Pimentel.  1988.  Cyprus Technology Strategy.  Report of the UNDP/OPE Mission.  Main Report.  Prepared for the UNDP on behalf of the Govt. of Cyprus.  Inst. Develop. Studies, Univ. Sussex, England.

 

Colwell, R. K., E. A. Norse, D. Pimentel, F. E. Sharples & D. Simberloff.  1985.  Genetic engineering in agriculture.  Letters.  Science 229:  111-12.

 

Cornell, H. & D. Pimentel.  1978.  Switching in the parasitoid Nasonia vitripennis and its effects on host competition.  Ecology 59:  297-308.

 

Cronin, L. E., J. E. Johnson, D. Pimentel & W. M. Upholt.  1969.  Effects on nontarget organisms other than man, p. 177-288.  In:  Report of the Secretary's Commission on Pesticides and Their Relationship to Environmental Health.  U. S. Dept. HEW.  U.S. Govt. Print. Off., Wash., D.C.  677 p.

 

Culliney, T. W. & D. Pimentel.  1985.  The intrinsic rate of natural increase of the green peach aphid, Myzus persicae (Homoptera: Aphididae), on collards (Brassica oleracea L.).  Canad. Ent. 117:  1147-9.

 

Culliney, T. W. & D. Pimentel.  1986a.  Ecological effects of organic agricultural practices on insect populations.  Agr. Ecosyst. Environ. 15:  253-66.

 

Culliney, T. W. & D. Pimentel.  1986b.  Effects of chemically contaminated sewage sludge on an aphid population.  Ecology 67:  1665-9.

 

Culliney, T. W. & D. Pimentel.  1987.  Preference of the green peach aphid, Myzus persicae, for plants grown in sewage sludges.  Bull. Environ. Contam. Toxicol. 39:  257-63.

 

Culliney, T. W., D. Pimentel & D. J. Lisk.  1986a.  Impact of chemically contaminated sewage sludge on the collard arthropod community.  Environ. Ent. 15:  826-33.

 

Culliney, T. W., D. Pimentel, O. S. Namuco & B. A. Capwell. 1986b.  New observations of predation by plant bugs (Hemiptera: Miridae).  Canad. Ent. 118:  729-30.

 

Curry, J. P. & D. Pimentel.  1971a.  Evaluation of tomato varieties for resistance to greenhouse whitefly.  J. Econ. Ent. 64:  1333-4.

 

Curry, J. P. & D. Pimentel.  1971b.  Life cycle of the greenhouse whitefly Trialeurodes vaporariorum, and population trends of the whitefly and its parasite, Encarsia formosa, on two tomato varieties.  Ann. Ent. Soc. Amer. 64:  1188-90.

 

Dazhong, W. & D. Pimentel.  1984a.  Energy inputs in agricultural systems of China.  Agr. Ecosyst. Environ. 11:  29-35.

 

Dazhong, W. & D. Pimentel.  1984b.  Energy use in crop systems in northeastern China, p. 91-120.  In:  D. Pimentel & C. W. Hall (eds.), Food and Energy Resources.  Academic Press, N.Y.  268 p.

 

Dazhong, W. & D. Pimentel.  1984c.  Energy flow through an organic agroecosystem in China.  Agr. Ecosyst. Environ. 11:  145-60.

 

Dazhong, W. & D. Pimentel.  1986a.  Seventeenth century organic agriculture in China: I. Cropping systems in Jiaxing Region.  Human Ecol. 14:  1-14.

 

Dazhong, W. & D. Pimentel.  1986b.  Seventeenth century organic agriculture in China: II. Energy flows through an agroecosystem in Jiaxing Region.  Human Ecol. 14:  15-28.

 

Dazhong, W. & D. Pimentel.  1990.  Ecological resource management for a productive, sustainable agriculture in northeast China, p. 297-313.  In:  T. C. Tso (ed.), Agricultural Reform and Development in China.  IDEALS, Beltsville, MD.

 

Dritschilo, W., D. Nafus, J. Krummel & D. Pimentel.  1979.  Herbivorous insects colonizing cyanogenic and acanogenic Trifolium repens.  Heredity 42(1):  49-56.

 

Ehrlich, P. R., J. Harts, M. A. Harwell, R. H. Raven, C. Sagan, G. M. Woodwell, J. Berry, E. S. Ayensu, A. H. Ehrlich, T. Eisner, S. J. Gould, H. D. Grover, R. Herrera, R. M. May, E. Mayr, C. P. McKay, H. A. Mooney, N. Myers, D. Pimentel & J. M. Teal.  1983.  Long-term biological consequences of nuclear war.  Science 222:  1283-92.

 

Eigenbrode, S. & D. Pimentel.  1988.  Effects of manure and chemical fertilizers on insect pest populations on collards.  Agr. Ecossyt. Environ. 20:  109-25.

 

Feinberg, E. H. & D. Pimentel.  1965.  Evolution of increased "female sex ratio" in the blowfly Phaenicia sericata under laboratory competition with the housefly Musca domestica.  Amer. Nat. 100:  235-44.

 

Fried, C. S. & D. Pimentel.  1986.  Host parasitism and progeny production of two strains of the parasitoid Nasonia vitripennis (Hymenoptera: Pteromalidae) on the house fly (Diptera: Muscidae).  Environ. Ent. 15:  439-42.

 

Fried, C. S., D. A. Rutz & D. Pimentel.  1990.  Host parasitism and progeny production of two geographic strains of the parasitoid Nasonia vitripennis (Hymenoptera: Pteromalidae) on house fly (Diptera: Muscidae) hosts.  Environ. Ent. 19:  322-6.

 

Giampietro, M. & D. Pimentel.  1990.  Alcohol and biogas production from biomass.  Crit. Rev. Plant Sci. 9:  213-33.

 

Giampietro, M. & D. Pimentel.  1990.  Assessment of the energetics of human labor.  Agr. Ecosyst. Environ. 32:  257-72.

 

Giampietro, M. & D. Pimentel.  1991.  Energy analysis models to study the biophysical limits for human exploitation of natural processes, p. 139-84.  In:  C. Rossi & E. Tiezzi (eds.), Ecological Physical Chemistry.  Elsevier Sci. Publ. B.V., Amsterdam.

 

Goodman, N. & D. Pimentel.  1979.  Biomass energy conversion as an alternate energy source.  Compost Science/Land Utilization 20(1):  28-31.

 

Harvey, C A; Pimentel, D.  1996.    Effects of soil and wood depletion on biodiversity. Biodiversity and Conservation, v.5, n.9, (1996): 1121-1130.

 

Hokkanen, H. & D. Pimentel.  1984.  New approach for selecting biological control agents.  Canad. Ent. 116:  1109-21.

 

Hokkanen, H. M. T. & D. Pimentel.  1989.  New associations in biological control:  theory and practice.  Canad. Ent. 121:  829-40.

 

Hough, J. A. & D. Pimentel.  1978.  Influence of host foliage on development, survival and fecundity of the gypsy moth.  Environ. Ent. 7:  97-102.

 

Kilgore, W. W., A. E. Carlson, D. Pimentel & S. Dagley.  1974.  Chemical Additives.  In:  Productive Agriculture and a Quality Environment.  189 p.

 

Klock, J. W., D. Pimentel & R. L. Stenburg.  1953.  A mechanical fly-tagging device.  Science 118:  48-9.

 

Koehler, P. G. & D. Pimentel.  1973.  Economic injury levels of the alfalfa weevil.  Canad. Ent. 105:  61-74.

 

LaDue, E. L., C. Shoemaker, N. P. Russell, R. B. Rovinsky & D. Pimentel.  1979.  The potential impact of cotton insect control technology.  Cornell Agr. Econ. Staff Paper No. 79-31, Cornell Univ. Ithaca. N.Y.

 

Lakitan, B., U. Pelly & D. Pimentel.  1989.  High versus low input agriculture and environmental consequences:  toward a productive-sustainable agriculture in developing countries.  Suara Pendidikan 6(13):  1-35.

 

Lauer, G. F., D. Pimentel, A. MacBeth, B. Salwen & J. Seddon.  1974.  Report of the Biological Communities Task Group.  Hudson Basin Project.  139 p.

 

Levin, S. & D. Pimentel.  1981.  Selection of intermediate rates of increase in parasite-host systems.  Amer. Nat. 117:  308-15.

 

Madden, J. L. & D. Pimentel.  1965.  Density and spatial relationships between a wasp parasite and its housefly host.  Canad. Ent. 97:  1031-7.

 

McLeod, C. M., J. D. Baldeschwieler, N. C. Brady, E. Farber, P. Kotin, B. MacMahon, N. Nelson, L. D. Newsom, J. W. Tukey, J. G. Wilson, E. J. Burger, Jr. & D. Pimentel.  1971.  Report on 2,4,5-T.  A report of the Panel on Herbicides of the President's Sci. Adv. Comm.  U.S. Govt. Print. Off.  68 p.

 

Nagel, W. P. & D. Pimentel.  1963.  Some ecological attributes of a pteromalid parasite and its housefly host.  Canad. Ent. 95;  208-13.

 

Nagel, W. P. & D. Pimentel.  1964.  The intrinsic rate of natural increase of the pteromalid parasite Nasonia vitripennis (Walk.) on its muscoid host Musca domestica L.  Ecology 45:  658-60.

 

Newman, W. R. & D. Pimentel.  1974.  Garden peas, Pisum sativum, resistant to the pea aphid, Acyrthosiphum pisum.  J. Econ. Ent. 67:  365-67.

 

Oka, I. N. & D. Pimentel.  1974.  Corn susceptibility to corn leaf aphids and common corn smut after herbicide treatment.  Environ. Ent. 3:  911-15.

 

Oka, I. N. & D. Pimentel.  1976.  Herbicide (2,4-D) increases insect and pathogen pests on corn.  Science 193:  239-40.

 

Oka, I. N. & D. Pimentel.  1979.  Ecological effects of 2,4-D herbicide:  increased corn pest problems.  Contr. Centr. Res. Inst. Agr. Bogor No. 49.  17 p.

 

Olson, D. & D. Pimentel.  1974.  Evolution of resistance in a host population to attacking parasite.  Environ. Ent. 3:  621-4.

 

Paoletti, M G; Pimentel, D.  1996.   Genetic engineering in agriculture and the environment. Bioscience, v.46, n.9, (1996): 665-673.

 

Pimentel, D.  1949.  Biology of Gnathocerus cornutus.  J. Econ. Ent. 42:  229-31.

 

Pimentel, D.  1955a.  Relationship of ants to fly control in Puerto Rico.  J. Econ. Ent. 48:  28-30.

 

Pimentel, D.  1955b.  Biology of the Indian mongoose in Puerto Rico.  J. Mammal. 36:  62-8.

 

Pimentel, D.  1955c.  The control of the mongoose in Puerto Rico.  Amer. J. Trop. Med. Hyg. 4:  147-51.

 

Pimentel, D.  1957.  Life history of Australorbis glabratus, the intermediate snail host of Schistosoma mansoni in Puerto Rico.  Ecology 38:  576-80.

 

Pimentel, D.  1958a.  Ecology of Australorbis glabratus, snail intermediate host of Schistosoma mansoni in Puerto Rico.  Amer. Malacological Union Bull. 24:  10-11.

 

Pimentel, D.  1958b.  Ecological and physiological requirements of cockroaches.  Pest Control Vol. 26.  3 p.

 

Pimentel, D.  1958c.  Alteration of microclimate imposed by populations of flour beetles (Tribolium).  Ecology 39:  239-46.

 

Pimentel, D.  1959a.  Animal populations in single and mixed species stands of plants.  Anatom. Rec. 134:  625.

 

Pimentel, D.  1959b.  Nature's community.  Cornell Plantations 15:  35-8.

 

Pimentel, D.  1961a.  Animal population regulation by the genetic feed-back mechanism. On a genetic feed-back mechanism regulating populations of herbivores, parasites and predators.  Amer. Naturalist 95:  65-79.

 

Pimentel, D.  1961b.  The influence of plant spatial patterns on insect populations.  Ann. Ent. Soc. Amer. 54:  61-9.

 

Pimentel, D.  1961c.  Species diversity and insect population outbreaks.  Ann. Ent. Soc. Amer. 54:  76-86.

 

Pimentel, D.  1961d.  Competition and the species-per-genus structure of communities.  Ann. Ent. Soc. Amer. 54:  323-33.

 

Pimentel, D.  1961e.  An ecological approach to the insecticide problem.  J. Econ. Ent. 54:  108-14.

 

Pimentel, D.  1961f.  An evaluation of insect resistance in broccoli, brussels sprouts, cabbage, collards & kale.  J. Econ. Ent. 54:  156-8.

 

Pimentel, D.  1961g.  Natural control of aphid populations on cole crops.  J. Econ. Ent. 54:  885-8.

 

Pimentel, D.  1961h.  Natural control of caterpillar populations on cole crops.  J. Econ. Ent. 54:  889-92.

 

Pimentel, D.  1963a.  Introducing parasites and predators to control native pests.  Canad. Ent. 92:  785-92.

 

Pimentel, D.  1963b.  Natural population regulation and interspecies evolution.  Proc. 16th Intern. Congr. Zool., Wash., D.C. 3:  329-36.

 

Pimentel, D.  1963c.  Natural population regulation and interspecies evolution.  16th Internatl. Cong. Zool. 3:  329-36.

 

Pimentel, D.  1964.  Population ecology and the genetic feed-back mechanism, p. 483-88.  In:  S. J. Geerts (ed.), Genetics Today, Vol. 2.  Pergamon Press, New York.

 

Pimentel, D.  1965a.  Population ecology and the genetic feedback mechanism.  11th Internatl. Cong. Genet.  Genetics Today.  p. 483-8.

 

Pimentel, D.  1965b.  Competition between carpet beetles.  Research Problems in Biology 4:  137-8.

 

Pimentel, D.  1965c.  Population ecology and genetic evolution.  Proc. 12th Internatl. Cong. Ent., London 1964.  p. 387.

 

Pimentel, D.  1965d.  Environment, natural selection, and balance in pathogen-host systems.  Proc. 12th Internatl. Cong. Ent., London 1964.  p. 720-1.

 

Pimentel, D.  1966a.  Wasp parasite (Nasonia vitripennis) survival on its house fly host (Musca domestica) reared on various foods.  Ann. Ent. Soc. Amer. 59:  1031-38.

 

Pimentel, D.  1966b.  Complexity of ecological systems and problems in their study and management, p. 15-33.  In:  K. E. F. Watt (ed.), Systems Analysis in Ecology.  Academic Press, New York.  276 p.

 

Pimentel, D.  1966c.  Population ecology of insect invaders of the Maritime Provinces.  Canad. Ent. 98:  887-94.

 

Pimentel, D.  1966d.  Advances in insect population control by the sterile-male technique.  Int. Atomic Energy Agency, 1965.  1 p.

 

Pimentel, D.  1966e.  Beneficial insects.  Ecology (1966).  p. 162-63.

 

Pimentel, D.  1966f.  Population ecology of insect invaders of the Maritime Provinces.  Canad. Ent. 98:  887-94.

 

Pimentel, D.  1967.  Population regulation in cultured communities.  Proc. North Cent. Br. Ent. Soc. Amer. 22:  67-9.

 

Pimentel, D.  1968.  Population regulation and genetic feedback.  Science 159:  1432-37.

 

Pimentel, D.  1969.  Animal populations, plant host resistance and environmental control.  Proc. Tall Timbers Conf. Ecol. Anim. Contr. Habitat Manage, 1969.

 

Pimentel, D.  1970a.  Population control in crop systems:  monocultures and plant spatial patterns.  Proc. Tall Timbers Conf. Ecol. Anim. Contr. Habitat Managem. 2:  209-21.

 

Pimentel, D.  1970b.  Training in pest management and the "systems approach" to control, p. 209-26.  In:  R. L. Rabb & F. E. Guthrie (eds.), Concepts of Pest Management.  North Carolina St. Univ. Press, Raleigh.  242 p.

 

Pimentel, D.  1971a.  Ecological Effects of Pesticides on Non-Target Species.  Wash., D.C.: U.S. Off. Sci. Tech.  220 p.

 

Pimentel, D.  1971b.  Evolutionary and environmental impact of pesticides.  BioScience 21:  109.

 

Pimentel, D.  1972a.  Pesticides, pollution and food supply.  Environ. Biol. Rept. 72-1, Cornell Univ., Ithaca, N.Y.  38 p.

 

Pimentel, D.  1972b.  Ecological impact of pesticides.  Environ. Biol. Rept. 72-2, Cornell Univ., Ithaca, N.Y.  27 p.

 

Pimentel, D.  1973a.  Realities of a pesticide ban.  Environment 15:  18-31.

 

Pimentel, D.  1973b.  Extent of pesticide use, food supply, and pollution.  J. N. Y. Ent. Soc. 81:  13-33.

 

Pimentel, D.  1973c.  Genetics and ecology of population control.  Addison-Wesley Modular Program, Addison Wesley Publ. Co., Reading, Mass. 10:  1-39.

 

Pimentel, D.  1973d.  Comments on present status of biological agents.  WHO/VBC/73.445.  In:  Conf. on the Safety of Biological Agents for Arthropod Control.  p. 9.

 

Pimentel, D.  1973e.  Food and the energy crisis.  Agric. Engineering, Dec. 1973.  p. 11.

 

Pimentel, D.  1973f.  Environmental mercury contamination:  a book review.  BioScience 23(12):  739.

 

Pimentel, D.  1973g.  Energy crisis and crop production, p. 65-79.  In:  L. Fischer & A. Biere (eds.), Energy and Agriculture: Research Implications.  120 p.

 

Pimentel, D.  1973h.  Ecological impact of pesticides on plants and animals, p. 47-74.  In:  Czech. Symp. Environmental Protection Seminar.  141 p.

 

Pimentel, D.  1974a.  Food production and world energy supplies, p. 1-10.  In:  Proc. 1974 Ann. Tech. Conf. Sprinkler Irrigation Assoc.  119 p.

 

Pimentel, D.  1974b.  Energy use in world food production.  Environ. Biol. Rept. 74-1.  Cornell Univ., Ithaca, N.Y.  43 p.

 

Pimentel, D.  1974c.  Entomology, ecological.  In:  Encyclopedia of Environmental Science.  McGraw-Hill, New York.

 

Pimentel, D.  1974d.  Insect and host plant; insect/plant relationships; Book Reviews.  Bull. Ent. Soc. Amer. 20(4):  340-1.

 

Pimentel, D.  1975a.  Food production and the energy crisis:  a comment.  Science 187(4176):  561.

 

Pimentel, D.  1975b.  World food, energy, man and environment.  Proc. of the Cornell Univ. Energy Forum, The Role of Electric Power in Total Energy Needs:  22-39.  Jan 14, 1975.  College Task Force on Energy and Agriculture, New York St. Coll. of Agr. & Life Sci., Cornell Univ., Ithaca, N.Y.

 

Pimentel, D. (ed.).  1975c.  Insects, Science and Society.  Academic Press, New York.  284 p.

 

Pimentel, D.  1975d.  "Ad hoc" insect, pathogen, and weed control practices and pesticide problems.  In:  P. S. Motooka (ed.), Proc. Workshop on the Professional Doctorate in Pest Management.  East-West Center, Hawaii.  79 p.

 

Pimentel, D.  1975e.  (contrib. author).  1975e.  World food and nutrition study:  Enhancement of food production for the U.S. Report of Board on Agriculture and Renewable Resources, Commission on Natural Resources, National Research Council.  Nat. Acad. Sci., Wash., D.C.  174 p.

 

Pimentel, D.  1975f.  Agricultural production:  resource needs and limitations, p. 14-26.  In:  Trans. N. Amer. Wildl. Natur. Res. Conf.

 

Pimentel, D.  1975g.  World food, energy, man and environment, p. 5-16.  In:  W. J. Jewell (ed.), Energy, Agriculture and Waste Management.  Ann Arbor Science, Ann Arbor, Mich.  540 p.

 

Pimentel, D.  1976a.  World food crisis:  energy and pests.  Bull. Ent. Soc. Amer. 22:  20-6.

 

Pimentel, D.  1976b.  Food, nitrogen and energy, p. 656-73.  In:  Proc 1st Internatl. Symp. on Nitrogen Fixation, Vol. 2.  Wash. St. Univ. Press, Pullman.

 

Pimentel, D.  1976c.  The energy crisis:  its impact on agriculture, p. 251-66.  In:  Enciclopedia della Scienza e della Tecnica, Mondadori, Milano.

 

Pimentel, D.  1976d.  Energy and food:  a comment, p. 179-83.  In:  N. S. Scrimshaw & M. Behar (eds.), Nutrition and Agricultural Development.  500 p.

 

Pimentel, D.  1977a.  Ecological basis of insect pest, pathogen and weed problems, p. 3-31.  In:  J. M. Cherrett & G. R. Sagar (eds.), The Origins of Pest, Parasite, Disease and Weed Problems.  Blackwell Scien. Publ., Oxford.

 

Pimentel, D.  1977b.  Energy budgets in natural and agricultural ecosystems, p. 299-306.  In:  R. Buvet, M. J. Allen & J.-P. Massue (eds.), Living Systems as Energy Converters.  Elsevier, North Holland.  347 p.

 

Pimentel, D.  1977c.  Biomass as an energy source in New York State, p. 34-54.  In:  An Audit of Potential Environmental Effects of Implementing New Technologies.  Center for Environ. Res., Cornell Univ., Ithaca, N.Y.  156 p.

 

Pimentel, D.  1977d.  Energy use in cereal grain production, p. 759-67.  In:  R. A. Fazzolare & C. B. Smith (eds.), Energy Use Management, Vol. I.  Pergamon Press, New York.  999 p.

 

Pimentel, D.  1977e.  Energy resources and land constraints in food production.  Ann. N. Y. Acad Sci. 300:  26-32.

 

Pimentel, D.  1978a.  Energy needs, uses, and resources in the food systems of developing countries.  Environ. Biol. Rept. 78-2, Cornell Univ., Ithaca, N.Y.

 

Pimentel, D. (ed.).  1978b.  World Food, Pest Loses and the Environment.  Westview Press, Boulder, Colorado.  206 p.

 

Pimentel, D.  1978c.  Energy constraints in protein production, p. 86-9.  In:  M. Milner, N. S. Scrimshaw & D. I. C. Wang (eds.), Protein Resources and Technology:  Status and Research Needs.  AVI, Westport, Conn.  629 p.

 

Pimentel, D.  1978d.  Socioeconomic costs and benefits of pesticide use, p. 25-45.  In:  Pesticide Management in Southeast Asia.  Proc. SE Asian Workshop on Pesticide Manage.  BIOTROP Spec. Publ. No. 7, Bogor, Indonesia.

 

Pimentel, D.  1979a.  Economic benefits and costs of pesticides in crop production.  Proc. New York St. Hort. Soc. 124:  40-5.

 

Pimentel, D.  1979b.  Energy and agricultural development, p. 126-30.  In:  J. L. Regens (ed.), Energy.  Issues and Options.  Inst. of Govt., Univ. of Georgia.  178 p.

 

Pimentel, D.  1979c.  Energy resources and the world food problem.  Marine Sciences Distinguished Lecture Series, Louisiana State Univ., Cent. for Wetland Res., Baton Rouge, LA.

 

Pimentel, D.  1979d.  Energy use in plant protection:  a global assessment.  In:  9th Internatl. Cong. Plant Prot., Section I., Socioeconomic Aspects of Plant Protection, Wash., D.C.

 

Pimentel, D.  1980a.  Food, energy and the future of society.  Reuben G. Gustavson Memorial Lecture, Colorado Assoc. Univ. Press, Boulder, CO.  39 p.

 

Pimentel, D.  1980b.  Agricultural production inputs, energy, fertilizer, capital and labor, p. 98-123.  In:  Consulta del Caribe sobre Energía y Agricultura, Santiago, Dominican Republic.  679 p.

 

Pimentel, D.  1980c.  Increased CO-2 effects on the environment and in turn on agriculture and forestry, p. 260-74.  In:  Workshop on Environ. & Societal Consequences of a Possible CO-2-Induced Climate Change.  AAAS Workshop, Annapolis, Maryland, Apr. 2-6, 1979 for U.S. Dept. Energy Contract No. AS01-79EV10019.

 

Pimentel, D.  1980d.  Gasohol.  Report of the Gasohol Study Group, Energy Res. Adv. Bd., Wash., D.C.  34 p.

 

Pimentel, D. (ed.).  1980e.  Handbook of Energy Utilization in Agriculture.  CRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida.  475 p.

 

Pimentel, D.  1980f.  Energy inputs for the production, formulation, packaging, and transport of various pesticides, p. 45-8.  In:  D. Pimentel (ed.), Handbook of Energy Utilization in Agriculture.  CRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida.  475 p.

 

Pimentel, D.  1980g.  Introduction, p. 3-6.  In:  D. Pimentel (ed.), Handbook of Energy Utilization in Agriculture.  CRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida.  475 p.

 

Pimentel, D.  1980h.  Energy inputs in pea production, p. 129.  In:  D. Pimentel (ed.), Handbook of Energy Utilization in Agriculture.  CRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida.  475 p.

 

Pimentel, D.  1980i.  Environmental risks associated with biological controls, p. 11-24.  In:  B. Lundholm & M. Stackerud (eds.), Environmental Protection and Biological Forms of Control of Pest Organisms.  Ecol. Bull. 31, Stockholm.

 

Pimentel, D. (ed.).  1981a.  CRC Handbook of Pest Management in Agriculture, 3 vols.  CRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida.  597 p, 501 p. & 656 p.

 

Pimentel, D.  1981b.  Biomass energy:  bonanza or boondoggle?  Soft Energy Notes 3(6):  8-10.

 

Pimentel, D.  1981c.  The food-land-fuel squeeze.  ChemTech. 11:  214-5.

 

Pimentel, D.  1981d.  Food, energy and the environment.  Proc. N.S. Inst. Sci. 31:  85-100.

 

Pimentel, D.  1981e.  Food, energy, and climate change, p. 303-23.  In:  W. Bach, J. Pankrath & S. H. Schneider (eds.), Food-Climate Interactions.  D. Reidel Publ. Co., Dordrecht, Holland.

 

Pimentel, D.  1981f.  Energy and food.  BioScience 31:  791.

 

Pimentel, D.  1982a.  Perspectives of integrated pest management.  Crop Protect. 1:  5-26.

 

Pimentel, D.  1982b.  The vanishing land, p. 104-15.  In:  The National Research Council Issues and Studies 1981-1982.  Nat. Acad. Press, Wash., D.C.  206 p.

 

Pimentel, D.  1982c.  Biological diversity and environmental quality, p. 44-8.  In:  Proc. U.S. Strategy Conf. on Biological Diversity, Nov. 16-18, 1981.  Dept. State Publ. 9262, Wash., D.C.  126 p.

 

Pimentel, D.  1982d.  Effectiveness of EEE control measures and their environmental and social costs, p. 10-12.  In:  J. G. Engemann (ed.), Eastern Equine Encephalomyelitis (EEE) and Public Health in southwestern Michigan.  Science for Citizens Center of Southwestern Michigan, Western Mich. Univ., Kalamazoo.  26 p.

 

Pimentel, D.  1982e.  Biomass energy.  BioScience 32:  769.

 

Pimentel, D. (contrib. author).  1982f.  Solar energy research and development:  federal and private sector roles.  A report of the Energy Res. Adv. Bd. to the U.S. Dept. Energy, U. S. Dept. Energy, Wash., D.C.  64 p.

 

Pimentel, D.  1983a.  Environmental impacts of energy.  Book Review.  Agr. Ecosyst. Environ. 9:  101-2.

 

Pimentel, D.  1983b.  Energy from biomass.  Book Review.  Agr. Ecosyst. Environ. 9:  102-3.

 

Pimentel, D.  1983c.  Biological husbandry-- a scientific approach to organic husbandry.  Book review.  Agr. Ecosyst. Environ. 9:  102-3.

 

Pimentel, D.  1983d.  Environmental aspects of pest management, p. 185-201.  In:  L. W. Shemilt (ed.), Chemistry & World Food Supplies:  The New Frontiers.  Chemrawn II.  Pergamon Press, Oxford.  664 p.

 

Pimentel, D.  1983e.  Biomass a Fuel.  Book Review.  Agr. Ecosyst. Environ. 9:  407-21.

 

Pimentel, D. (contrib. author).  1983f.  Chemistry and World Food Supplies:  Research Priorities for Development.  Report of a Workshop, Los Banos, Philippines, Dec. 11-14, 1982.  Nat. Acad. Press, Wash., D.C.  118 p.

 

Pimentel, D.  1983.  Effects of pesticides on the environment, p. 685-91.  In:  10th Internatl. Cong. Plant Prot., 1983. Vol. 2.  British Crop Protect. Coun., Croydon, England.

Pimentel, D.  1984a.  Harvest in the Northeast:  what does it take?  Northeast Sun 2:  7-10.

 

Pimentel, D.  1984b.  Energy inputs and U.S. food security, p. 99-114.  In:  L. Busch & W. B. Lacy (eds.), Food Security in the United States.  Westview Press, Boulder, Colo.  430 p.

 

Pimentel, D.  1984c.  Energy flow in the food system, p. 1-24.  In:  D. Pimentel & C. W. Hall (eds.), Food and Energy Resources.  Acad. Press, New York.  268 p.

 

Pimentel, D.  1984d.  Energy flow in agroecosystems, p. 121-32.  In:  R. Lowrance, B. R. Stinner & G. J. House (eds.), Agricultural Ecosystems.  Unifying Concepts.  John Wiley & Sons, N.Y.  233 p.

 

Pimentel, D.  1984e.  U.S. corn production.  Book Review.  Agr. Ecosyst. Environ. 11:  92-3.

 

Pimentel, D.  1984f.  Perennial grasses on the prairies:  new crops for the future?, p. 124-37.  In:  Yearbook of Science & the Future, Encyclopedia Britannica, Inc., Chicago.  445 p.

 

Pimentel, D.  1984g.  Genetic diversity and stability in parasite-host systems, p. 295-311.  In:  B. Shorrocks (ed.), Evolutionary Ecology.  Blackwell Scien. Publ., Oxford.  418 p.

 

Pimentel, D.  1984h.  Ecological feedback from economic growth and technological development, p. 201-13.  In:  A.-M. Jannson (ed.), Integration of Economy and Ecology.  Proc. Wallenberg Symp. Sundt Offset, Stockholm.  240 p.

 

Pimentel, D.  1984i.  Research needs:  energy and agriculture.  A report of the Energy Res. Adv. Bd. to the U.S. Dept. Energy, Wash., D.C.

 

Pimentel, D.  1984j.  State of the environment:  an assessment at mid-decade.  Book Review.  BioScience 35:  198. 

 

Pimentel, D.  1984k.  Energy flows in agricultural and natural ecosystems, p. 125-36.  In:  Options Mediterraneennes.  Instituto Agronómico Mediterráneo de Zaragoza, Zaragoza, Spain.

 

Pimentel, D.  1985a.  Pests and their control, p. 3-19.  In:  N. B. Mandava (ed.), Handbook of Natural Pesticides:  Methods.  Vol. I.  Theory, Practice and Detection.  CRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida.  534 p.

 

Pimentel, D.  1985b.  Ways to get back to the track.  Book Review of State of the World 1985:  A worldwatch Institute Report on Progress Toward a Sustainable Society.  Lester R. Brown.  Nature 314:  699-700.

 

Pimentel, D.  1985c.  Using genetic engineering for biological control:  reducing ecological risks, p. 129-40.  In:  H. O. Halvorson, D. Pramer & M. Rogul (eds.), Engineered Organisms in the Environment:  Scientific Issues.  Amer. Soc. Microbiol., Wash., D.C.  239 p.

 

Pimentel, D.  1985d.  Insect pest management.  Antenna 9(4):  168-71.

 

Pimentel, D.  1985e.  The impact of nuclear war on agricultural production.  Environ. Biol. Rept. 85-1, Cornell Univ., Ithaca, N.Y.

 

Pimentel, D.  1986a.  Population dynamics and the importance of evolution in successful biological control, p. 3-18.  In:  J. M. Franz (ed.), Biological Plant and Health Protection.  Gustav Fischer Verlag, Stuttgart.

 

Pimentel, D.  1986b.  Population dynamics and the importance of evolution in successful biological control, p. 3-18.  In:  J. M. Franz (ed.), Biological Plant & Health Protection.  Fortschr. Zool. 32:  Gustav Fischer Verlag, Suttgart.  341 p.

 

Pimentel, D.  1986c.  Agricultural-plant responses, p. 13-14.  In:  J. R. Kercher & H. A. Mooney (eds.), Research Agenda for Ecological Effects of Nuclear Winter.  Lawrence Livermore Nat. Lab., U. S. Govt. Print. Off., Wash., D.C.

 

Pimentel, D.  1986d.  9. Biological invasions of plants and animals in agriculture and forestry, p. 149-62.  In:  H. A. Mooney & J. A. Drake (eds.), Ecology of Biological Invasions of North America and Hawaii.  Springer-Verlag, N.Y.

 

Pimentel, D.  1986e.  Agroecology and economics, p. 299-319.  In:  M. Kogan (ed.), Ecological Theory and Integrated Pest Management Practice.  John Wiley & Sons, N.Y.  362 p.

 

Pimentel, D.  1986f.  Water resources for food, fiber and forest production.  Ambio 15:  335-40.

 

Pimentel, D. (ed.).  1986g.  Some Aspects of Integrated Pest Management.  Dept. Ent., Cornell Univ., Ithaca, N.Y.  368 p.

 

Pimentel, D.  1986.  Sustainable agriculture:  vital ecological approaches, p. 85-93.  In:  P. Ehrensaft & F. Knelman (eds.), The Right to Food:  Technology, Policy and Third World Agriculture.  Canad. Assoc. of the Ben-Gurion Univ. of the Negev, Montreal.

 

Pimentel, D.  1987a.  Down on the farm:  genetic engineering meets technology.  Tech. Rev. 90:  24-30.

 

Pimentel, D.  1987b.  Is Silent Spring behind us?, p. 175-87.  In:  G. J. Marco, R. M. Hollinworth & W. Durham (eds.), Silent Spring Revisited.  Amer. Chem. Soc., Wash., D.C.

 

Pimentel, D.  1987c.  Soil erosion effects on farm economics, p. 217-41.  In:  J. M. Harlin & G. M. Bernardi (eds.), Agricultural Soil Loss.  Processes, Policies & Prospects.  Westview Press, Boulder, Colo.

 

Pimentel, D.  1987d.  Role of interdisciplinary environmental research in natural resource management, p. 89-108.  In:  S. Draggan, J. J. Cohrssen & R. E. Morrison (eds.), Environmental Monitoring, Assessment and Management.  Praeger, N.Y.

 

Pimentel, D.  1987e.  Partners Against Hunger.  Book review in Report on Reports.  Environment 29(7):  25-7.

 

Pimentel, D.  1987f.  Technology and natural resources, p. 679-95.  In:  D. J. McLaren & B. J. Skinner (eds.), Resources and World Development.  John Wiley & Sons, Ltd., Chichester, UK.

 

Pimentel, D.  1987g.  Pesticides:  energy use in chemical agriculture.  Rend. Acad. Naz. Sci. XL, Parte II, Mem. Sci. Fis. Nat. Ser. 5, 4:  157-75.

 

Pimentel, D.  1988a.  Improved success in biological control, p. 1-3.  In:  International Conference "Biological Control of Vectors with Predaceous Arthropods."  7-10 Jan.  Loyola College, Madras, India.

 

Pimentel, D.  1988b.  Industrialized agriculture and natural resources, p. 53-73.  In:  P. R. Ehrlich & J. P. Holdren (eds.), The Cassandra Conference.  Resources and the Human Predicament.  Texas A&M Univ. Press, College Station.

 

Pimentel, D.  1988c.  Herbivore population feeding pressure on plant hosts:  feedback evolution and host conservation.  Oikos 53:  289-302.

 

Pimentel, D.  1988d.  Improved success in biological control.  Bicovas 1:  90--3.

 

Pimentel, D.  1988e.  Genetic engineering, agriculture, and environmental policy.  Policy Stud. J. 17:  117-24.

 

Pimentel, D.  1989a.  Agriculture and ecotechnology, p. 103-25.  In:  W. J. Mitsch & S. E. Jorgensen (eds.), Ecological Engineering:  An Introduction to Ecotechnology.  John Wiley & Sons, N.Y.

 

Pimentel, D.  1989b.  Ecological aspects of the human food chain.  Internatl. J. Unity Sci. 2(1):  59-82.

 

Pimentel, D.  1989c.  Ecological systems, natural resources, and food supplies, p. 1-29.  In:  D. Pimentel & C. W. Hall (eds.), Food and Natural Resources.  Academic Press, San Diego.

 

Pimentel, D.  1989d.  Ecology of insects feeding on vegetation.  New York Food Life Sci., Quart. 19(2):  36-8.

 

Pimentel, D.  1989e.  Why we use pesticides.  New York Food Life Sci. Quart. 19(3):  31-4.

 

Pimentel, D.  1989f.  Biopesticides and the environment, p. 69-74.  In:  J. Fessenden-MacDonald (ed.), Biotechnology and Sustainable Agriculture:  Policy Alternatives.  Nat. Agr. Biotech. Coun., Boyce Thompson Inst., Ithaca, N.Y.

Pimentel, D.  1989g.  Impacts of pesticides and fertilizers on the environment and public health, p. 95-108.  In:  J. B. Summers & S. S. Anderson (eds.), Toxic Substances in Agricultural Water Supply and Drainage.  Papers from the 2nd Pan-Amer. Regional Conf. of the Internatl. Comm. on Irrig. & Drain., Ottawa, Canada, June 8-9, 1989.  U. S. Comm. on Irrig. 7 Drain., Denver, Colo.

 

Pimentel, D.  1990a.  Book review.  The International Farm Crisis.  Ecol. Econ. 2:  179-82.

 

Pimentel, D.  1990b.  Environmental and social implications of waste in U. S. agriculture and food sectors.  J. Agr. Ethics 3:  5-20.

 

Pimentel, D. (ed.).  1991a.  Handbook of Pest Management in Agriculture.  Vols. I-III. 2nd ed.  CRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida.  765 p., 757 p., 749 p.

 

Pimentel, D.  1991b.  Ethanol fuels:  energy security, economics and the environment.  J. Agr. Environ. Ethics 4:  1-13.

 

Pimentel, D.  1991c.  Pesticides and world food supply.  Chemistry in Britain 27:  646-7.

 

Pimentel, D.  1991d.  Diversification of biological control strategies in agriculture.  Crop Protect. 10:  243-53.

 

Pimentel, D.  1991e.  World resources and food losses to pests, p. 5-11.  In:  J. R. Gorham (ed.), Ecology and Management of Food-Industry Pests.  FDA Tech. Bull. 4, Assoc. Off. Analytical Chemists, Arlington, Virginia.  595 p.

 

Pimentel, D.  1991f.  The dimensions of the pesticide question, p. 59-69.  In:  F. H. Bormann & S. R. Kellert (eds.), Ecology, Economics, Ethics.  The Broken Circle.  Yale Univ. Press, New Haven.  233 p.

 

Pimentel, D.  1991.  A quality environment for a productive agriculture.  Research & Exploration 7:  390-93.

 

Pimentel, D.  1995.  Biotechnology: Environmental impacts of introducing crops and biocontrol agents in North American agriculture.  Hokkanen, H. M. T. and J. M. Lynch (Ed.). Plant and Microbial Biotechnology Research Series, Vol. 4. Biological control: Benefits and risks. xxii+304p. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, England, UK; New York, New York, USA. ISBN 0-521-47353-5. 1995. p. 13-29.

 

Pimentel, D.  1996a.   Green revolution agriculture and chemical hazards.  Science of the Total Environment, v.188, n.SUPPL. 1, (1996): S86-S98.

 

Pimentel, D.  1996b.   World population: Environmental limits. (1996 Annu. Combined Meeting of the Ecological Soc. of America on Ecologists/Biologists as Problem Solvers, Providence, Rhode Island, USA, August 10-14, 1996. Bull. of the Ecological Soc. of America, v.77, n.3 SUPPL. PART 2, (1996): 354.

 

Pimentel, D.  1996c.   The environment: How many humans will it support? (1996 AAAS Annu.

Meeting and Science Innovation Exposition: The 162nd National Meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science,...AAAS Annu. Meeting and Science Innovation Exposition, v.162, (1996):  A27.

 

Pimentel, D. & R. Al-Hafidh.  1963.  The coexistence of insect parasites and hosts in laboratory ecosystems.  Ann. Ent. Soc. Amer. 56:  676-8.

 

Pimentel, D. & R. Al-Hafidh.  1965.  Ecological control of a parasite population by genetic evolution in the parasite-host system.  Ann. Ent. Soc. Amer. 58:  1-6.

 

Pimentel, D. & D. A. Andow.  1984.  Pest management and pesticide impacts.  Insect. Sci. Applic. 5:  141-9.

 

Pimentel, D. & A. C. Bellotti.  1976.  Parasite-host population systems and genetic stability.  Amer. Nat. 110:  877-88.

Pimentel, D. & M. Burgess.  1979.  Biomass as an energy source in the Northeast, p. 280-92.  In:  Proc. Northeast Agricultural Leadership Assembly, Mar. 20-22.  Vol. II.  Center for Environmental Policy Studies, Univ. Mass., Amherst, MA.

 

Pimentel, D. & M. Burgess.  1980.  Energy inputs in corn production, p. 67-84.  In:  D. Pimentel (ed.), Handbook of Energy Utilization in Agriculture.  CRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida.  475 p.

 

Pimentel, D. & M. N. Burgess.  1981.  Predator-prey population stability in an experimental microcosm.  Environ. Biol. Rept. 81-2.  Cornell Univ., Ithaca, N.Y.

 

Pimentel, D. & M. Burgess.  1985.  Effects of single versus combinations of insecticides on the development of resistance.  Environ. Ent. 14:  582-9.

 

Pimentel, D. & F. Cranston.  1960.  The house cricket, Acheta domesticus, and the housefly, Musca domestica, as a model predator-prey system.  J. Econ. Ent. 53:  171.

 

Pimentel, D. & W. Dazhong.  1990.  Technological changes in energy use in U.S. agricultural production, p. 147-64.  In:  C. R. Carroll, J. H. Vandermeer & P. M. Rosset (eds.), Agroecology.  McGraw-Hill, N.Y.  641 p.

 

Pimentel, D. & J. E. Dewey.  1950.  Laboratory tests with house flies and house fly larvae resistant to DDT.  J. Econ. Ent. 43:  105.

 

Pimentel, D. & C. A. Edwards.  1982.  Pesticides and ecosystems.  BioScience 32:  595-600.

 

Pimentel, D. & B. Epstein.  1960.  The clusterfly Pollenia rudis (Diptera: Calliphoridae).  Ann. Ent. Soc. Amer. 53:  553-4.

 

Pimentel, D. & R. W. Fay.  1955.  Dispersion of radioactively tagged Drosophila from pit privies.  J. Econ. Ent. 48:  19-22.

 

Pimentel, D. & N. Goodman.  1974.  Environmental impact of pesticides, p. 25-52.  In:  M. A. Q. Khan & J. B. Bederka, Jr. (eds), Survival in Toxic Environments.  Acad. Press, New York.

 

Pimentel, D. & N. Goodman.  1978.  Ecological basis for the management of insect populations.  Oikos 30(3):  422-37.

 

Pimentel, D. & N. Goodman.  1979.  Current practices in insect pest control, p. 1-18.  In:  Pest Management in Transition.  Proc. Pest Contr. Strategies Conf., Denver, Colo.  Environ. Prot. Agency, Wash., D.C.  141 p.

 

Pimentel, D. & C. W. Hall (eds.).  1984.  Food and Energy Resources.  Academic Press, New York.  268 p.

 

Pimentel, D. & C. W. Hall (eds.).  1989.  Food and Natural Resources.  Academic Press, San Diego.  512 p.

 

Pimentel, D. & J. Hawthorn.  1981.  Energy costs of food and nutrition systems, p. 1005-17.  In:  A. E. Harper & G. K. Davis (eds.), Nutrition in Health and Disease and International Development:  Symposia from the 12th Internatl. Cong. Nutrition.  Alan R. Liss, N.Y.  1034 p.

 

Pimentel, D. & G. Heichel.  1991.  Energy efficiency and sustainability of farming systems, p. 113-23.  In:  R. Lal & F. J. Pierce (eds.), Soil Management for Sustainability.  Soil & Water Conserv. Soc., Ankeny, Iowa.

 

Pimentel, D. & H. Hokkanen.  1989.  Alternative for successful biological control in theory and practice, p. 21-51.  In:  E. L. Kulhavy & M. C. Miller (eds.), Potential for Biological Control of Dendroctonus and Ips Bark Beetles.  Center for Applied Studies, School of Forestry, Stephen F. Austin St. Univ., Nacogdoches, Texas.

 

Pimentel, D. & J. W. Klock.  1954.  Disinsectization of aircraft by residual deposits of insecticides.  Amer. J. Trop. Med. Hyg. 3:  191-4.

 

Pimentel, D. & J. Krummel.  1977.  America's agricultural future.  Ecologist 7:  254-61.

 

Pimentel, D. & J. Krummel.  1987.  Biomass energy and soil erosion:  assessment of resource costs.  Biomass 14:  15-38.

 

Pimentel, D. & L. Levitan.  1986a.  Pesticides:  amounts applied and amounts reaching pests.  BioScience 36:  86-91.

 

Pimentel, D. & L. Levitan.  1986b.  Applying pesticides.  Letters.  BioScience 36:  514-15.

 

Pimentel, D. & L. Levitan.  1986c.  Pesticides:  amounts applied and amounts reaching pests.  Environ. Biol. Rept. 86-1, Cornell Univ., Ithaca, N.Y.

 

Pimentel, D. & M. A. Moran.  1983.  Environmental impact on the Tug Hill Region ecosystem using various forest management and harvesting practices.  Environ. Biol. Rept. 83-3, Cornell Univ., Ithaca, N.Y.

 

Pimentel, D. & J. H. Perkins (eds.).  1980.  Pest Control:  Cultural and Environmental Aspects.  AAAS Select. Symp. 43.  Westview Press, Boulder.  243 p.

 

Pimentel, D. & M. H. Pimentel.  1976.  Energy and environmental limitations for world food production, p. 30-5.  In:  Proc. Subcommittee of 10th Internatl. Cong. Nutr., Kyoto, Japan.  816 p.

 

Pimentel, D. & M. Pimentel.  1977a.  Food protein production:  land, energy, and economics, p. 542-53.  In:  J. R. Whitaker & S. T. Tannenbaum (eds.), Food Proteins.  AVI, Westport, Conn.  602 p.

Pimentel, D. & M. Pimentel.  1977b.  Counting the kilocalories.  Ceres 10(5):  17-21.

 

Pimentel, D. & M. Pimentel.  1979a.  Food, Energy and Society.  Edward Arnold Publ., Ltd., London.  1965 p.

 

Pimentel, D. & M. Pimentel.  1979b.  The risks of pesticides.  Nat. Hist 88(3):  24-33.

 

Pimentel, D. & M. Pimentel.  1980.  Impact of the energy crisis on food and nutrition systems, p. 71-88.  In:  W. Santos, N. Lopes, J. J. Barbosa, D. Chaves & J. C. Valente (eds.), Nutrition and Food Science.  Vol. I.  Plenum Press, N.Y.

 

Pimentel, D. & M. Pimentel.  1982.  Energy and the food system, p. 1-12.  In:  Food in Contemporary Society.  Proc. Stokely-Van Camp Ann. Symp.  Univ. Tennessee, Knoxville.  223 p.

 

Pimentel, D. & M. Pimentel.  1983a.  The future of American agriculture, p. 3-27.  In:  D. Knorr (ed.), Sustainable Food Systems.  AVI, Westport, Conn.  416 p.

 

Pimentel, D. & M. Pimentel.  1983b.  World outlook for food, p. 3-13.  In:  D. A. Ledward, A. J. Taylor & R. A. Lawrie (eds.), Upgrading Waste for Feeds and Food.  Proc. 36th Easter School in Agricultural Science, Butterworths, London.  321 p.

 

Pimentel, D. & M. Pimentel.  1984.  Energy inputs and food supplies, p. 133-43.  In:  Food Science & Technology:  Present Status & Future Direction.  Res. Food Sci. Nutr. 5 (Dublin).

 

Pimentel, D. & M. Pimentel.  1985.  Energy use in food processing for nutrition and development.  Food Nutr. Bull. 7(2):  36-45.

 

Pimentel, D. & M. Pimentel.  1990.  Land, energy and water:  the constraints governing ideal U.S. population size.  The NPG Forum, Jan.  Negative Population Growth, Teaneck, N.J.

 

Pimentel, D. & M. Pimentel.  1991a.  Land, energy and water-- keys to America's future.  USA Today 120:  76-8.

 

Pimentel, D. & M. Pimentel.  1991b.  Comment:  adverse environmental consequences of the Green Revolution, p. 329-32.  In:  K. Davis & M. S. Bernstam (eds.), Resources, Environment and Population:  Present Knowledge, Future Options.  Population & Development Review Suppl. Vol. 16, 1990.  The Population Counc., N.Y.  423 p.

 

Pimentel, D. & S. Pimentel.  1979.  Count the calories.  Mazingira 11:  28-34.

 

Pimentel, D. & S. Pimentel.  1980.  Ecological aspects of agricultural policy.  Nat. Res. J. 20:  555-85.

 

Pimentel, D. & S. Pimentel.  1986.  Energy and other natural resources used by agriculture and society, p. 259-87.  In:  K. A. Dahlberg (ed.), New Directions for Agriculture and Agricultural Research.  Rowman & Allanheld, Totowa, N.J.  436 p.

 

Pimentel, D. & C. A. Shoemaker.  1974.  An economic and land use model for reducing insecticides on cotton and corn.  Environ. Ent. 3:  10-20.

 

Pimentel, D. & M. Shapiro.  1962.  The influence of environment on a virus-host relationship.  J. Insect Path. 4:  77-87.

 

Pimentel, D. & F. A. Stone.  1968.  Evolution and population ecology of parasite-host systems.  Canad. Ent. 100:  655-62.

 

Pimentel, D. & A. B. Soans.  1971.  Animal populations regulated to carrying capacity of plant host by genetic feedback, p. 313-26.  In:  P. J. den Boer & G. R. Gradwell (eds.), Proc. Adv. Study Inst., Dynamics of Numbers of Populations (Oosterbeek, 1970).  Center Agr. Publ. Doc., Wageningen.

 

Pimentel, D. & E. C. Terhune.  1977a.  Energy and food.  Ann. Rev. Energy 2:  171-95.

 

Pimentel, D. & E. C. Terhune.  1977b.  Energy use in food production, p. 67-89.  In:  E. R. Duncan (ed.), Dimension of World Food Problems.  Iowa St. Univ. Press, Ames.  309 p.

 

Pimentel, D. & L. Uhler.  1969.  Ants and the control of house flies in the Philippines.  J. Econ. Ent. 62:  248.

 

Pimentel, D. & A. Warneke.  1989.  Ecological effects of manure, sewage sludge and other organic wastes on arthropod populations.  Agr. Zool. Rev. 3:  1-30.

 

Pimentel, D. & M. H. J. Weiden.  1959.  Protection of stored woolens from insect damage.  J. Econ. Ent. 52:  457-60.

 

Pimentel, D. & A. G. Wheeler, Jr.  1973a.  Influence of alfalfa resistance on a pea aphid population and its associated parasites, predators, and competitors.  Environ. Ent. 2:  1-11.

 

Pimentel, D. & A. G. Wheeler, Jr.  1973b.  Species diversity of arthropods in the alfalfa community.  Environ. Ent. 2:  659-68.

 

Pimentel, D. & P. C. White.  1957.  Geographic distribution of Australorbis glabratus, the snail intermediate host of Schistosoma mansoni in Puerto Rico.  Amer. J. Trop. Med. Hyg. 6:  1087-96.

 

Pimentel, D. & P. C. White.  1959a.  Physiochemical environment of Australorbis glabratus, the snail intermediate host of Schistosoma mansoni in Puerto Rico.  Ecology 40:  533-41.

 

Pimentel, D. & P. C. White.  1959b.  Biological environment and habits of Australorbis glabratus.  Ecology 40:  541-50.

 

Pimentel, D., H. H. Schwardt & L. B. Norton.  1950a.  House fly control in dairy barns.  J. Econ. Ent. 43:  510-15.

 

Pimentel, D., H. H. Schwardt, J. E. Dewey & L. B. Norton.  1950b.  Studies on insecticide resistant house flies in New York.  Soap Sani. Chem. 26(2):  2 p.

 

Pimentel, D., J. E. Dewey & H. H. Schwardt.  1951a.  An increase in the duration of the life cycle of DDT-resistant strains of the house fly.  J. Econ. Ent. 44:  477-81.

 

Pimentel, D., H. H. Schwardt & L. B. Norton.  1951b.  New methods of house fly control in dairy barns.  Soap Sani. Chem., Jan.  6 p.

 

Pimentel, D., H. H. Schwardt & J. E. Dewey.  1953.  Development and loss of insecticide resistance in the house fly.  J. Econ. Ent. 46:  295-8.

 

Pimentel, D., H. H. Schwardt & J. E. Dewey.  1954.  The inheritance of DDT-resistance in the house fly.  Ann. Ent. Soc. Amer. 47:  208-13.

 

Pimentel, D., P. C. White & V. Ildefonso.  1957.  Vagility of Australorbis glabratus, the snail intermediate host of Schistosoma mansoni in Puerto Rico.  Amer. J. Trop. Med. Hyg. 6:  576-80.

 

Pimentel, D., M. W. Rumsey & F. A. Streams.  1960.  Rearing tyroglyphid mites on Neurospora.  Ann. Ent. Soc. Amer. 53:  549.

 

Pimentel, D., C. E. Gerhardt, E. R. Williams, P. C. White & F. F. Ferguson.  1961.  Aspects of schistosomal endemicity in three Puerto Rican watersheds.  Amer. J. Trop. Med. Hyg. 10:  523-9.

 

Pimentel, D., R. Al-Hafidh, E. H. Feinberg, J. L. Madden, W. P. Nagel, N. J. Parker & F. A. Streams.  1961/1962.  Self-regulation in natural communities.  Cornell Plantations, Ithaca, NY. 17:  51-5.

 

Pimentel, D., F. A. Streams & W. L. Freeman.  1962.  Alteration of plant growth and microclimate by crowding.  Ecology 43:  765-8.

 

Pimentel, D., W. P. Nagel & J. L. Madden.  1963.  Space-time structure of the environment and the survival of parasite-host systems.  Amer. Nat. 97:  141-67.

 

Pimentel, D., E. H. Feinberg, P. W. Wood & J. T. Hayes.  1965a.  Selection, spatial distribution, and the coexistence of competing fly species.  Amer. Nat. 99:  97-109.

 

Pimentel, D., D. W. Hayne, L. A. Krumholz, J. T. Middleton, L. A. Walford & J. L. Buckley.  1965b.  Effects of pollutants on living organisms other than man, p. 192-226.  In:  Restoring the Quality of Our Environment, Rept. of the Environ. Pollution Panel, President's Sci. Adv. Comm.  The White House, Wash., D.C..  U. S. Govt. Print. Off., Wash., D.C.  317 p.

 

Pimentel, D., D. Chant, A. Kelmon, R. L. Metcalf, L. D. Newsom & C. Smith.  1965c.  Improved pest control practices, p. 227-91.  In:  Restoring the Quality of Our Environment, Rept. of the Environ. Pollution Panel, President's Sci. Adv. Comm.  The White House, Wash., D.C..  U. S. Govt. Print. Off., Wash., D.C.  317 p.

 

Pimentel, D., D. Chant, A. Kelman, R. L. Metcalf, L. D. Newsom & C. Smith.  1966.  Improved pest control practices, p. 227-91.  In:  Restoring the Quality of our Environment, a report of the Environmental Pollution Panel, President's Science Advisory Committee.-- The White House, Wash., D.C., U. S. Govt. Print. Off., Wash., D.C., Appendix Y 11:  227-91.

 

Pimentel, D., G. Smith & J. Soans.  1967.  Population model of sympatric speciation.  Amer. Nat. 101:  493-504.

 

Pimentel, D., J. E. Bardach, J. L. Buckley, R. Dubos, W. T. Edmondson, W. Hopkins, J. W. Leonard, G. Sprugel, E. L. Stone & D. Q. Thompson.  1970.  Renewable resources, p. 729-74.  In:  P. Handler (ed.), Biology & the Future of Man.  Oxford Univ. Press, London.  936 p.

 

Pimentel, D., L. E. Hurd, A. C. Bellotti, M. J. Forster, I. N. Oka, O. D. Sholes & R. J. Whitman.  1973a.  Food production and the energy crisis.  Science 182:  443-49.

 

Pimentel, D., E. C. Bay, J. Briggs, H. C. Chapman, G. B. Craig, Jr., M. Laird, C. H. Schaefer & C. H. Schmidt.  1973.  Mosquito control-- some perspectives for developing countries.  Panel on New Perspectives in Mosquito Control Methods Suitable for Developing Countries.  Board on Science & Tech. for Internatl. Develop., Nat. Acad. Sci.  63 p.

 

Pimentel, D., W. R. Lynn, W. K. MacReynolds, M. T. Hewes & S. Rush.  1974a.  Workshop on research methodologies for studies of energy, food, man and environment phase I.  Center for Environ. Qual. Manage., Cornell Univ., Ithaca, N.Y.  52 p.

 

Pimentel, D., W. R. Lynn, W. I. MacReynolds & M. Dattner.  1974b.  Workshop on research methodologies for studies of energy, food, man and environment phase II.  Center for Environ. Qual. Manage., Cornell Univ., Ithaca, N.Y.  20 p.

 

Pimentel, D., H. Mooney, L. Stickel, et al.  1974c.  Herbicide report.  Chemistry and analysis.  Environmental effects.  Agricultural and Other Applied Uses.  Hazardous Materials Advisory Committee, Environ. Prot. Agency, Wash., D.C.  196 p.

 

Pimentel, D. et al.  1975a.  Potential for energy conservation in agricultural production.  Report #40 prepared by the Council for Agricultural Science and Technology for the U.S. Senate Committee of Agriculture and Forestry.  Feb. 6, 1975.  29 p.

 

Pimentel, D., S. A. Levin & A. B. Soans.  1975b.  On the evolution of energy balance in exploiter-victim systems.  Ecology 56:  381-90.

 

Pimentel, D., W. Dritschilo, J. Krummel & J. Kutzman.  1975c.  Energy and land constraints in food-protein production.  Science 190:  754-61.

 

Pimentel, D. et al.  1975d.  Population and food:  Crucial issues.  Committee on World Food, Health & Population.  Nat. Acad. Sci., Wash., D.C.  50 p.

 

Pimentel, D., N. Goodman & M. Burgess.  1976a.  Energy in food production.  Amer. Biol. Teacher 38:  402-4.

 

Pimentel, D., E. C. Terhune, R. Dyson-Hudson, S. Rochereau, R. Samis, E. Smith, D. Denman, D. Reifschneider & M. Shepard.  1976b.  Land degradation:  effects on food and energy resources.  Science 194:  149-55.

 

Pimentel, D., J. Krummel & W. Dritschilo.  1976c.  Food, energy and population.  Science 193:  1070-6.

 

Pimentel, D. et al.  1976d.  8. Biological communities.  In:  Hudson Basin Project, Task Group Reports.  The Rockefeller Found., New York.

 

Pimentel, D. et al.  1977a.  Pesticides, insects in foods, and cosmetic standards.  BioScience 27(3):  178-85.

 

Pimentel, D. et al.  1977b.  Study Team 10, Interdependencies.  In:  Supporting Papers:  World Food and Nutrition Study. Vol. III.  Nat. Acad. Sci., Wash., D.C.  341 p.

 

Pimentel, D., C. Shoemaker, E. L. LaDue, R. B. Rovinsky & N. P. Russell.  1977c.  Alternatives for reducing insecticides on cotton and corn:  economic and environmental impact.  Environ. Res. Lab., Off. Res. Develop., EPA, Athens, Georgia. 

 

Pimentel, D., S. A. Levin & D. Olson.  1978a.  Coevolution and the stability of exploiter-victim systems.  Amer. Nat. 112:  119-25.

 

Pimentel, D., D. Nafus, W. Vergara, D. Papaj, L. Jaconetta, M. Wulfe, L. Olsvig, K. Frech, M. Loye & E. Mendoza.  1978b.  Biomass energy conversion.  Environ. Biol. Rept. 78-1, Cornell Univ., Ithaca, N.Y.

 

Pimentel, D., D. Nafus, W. Vergara, D. Papaj, L. Jaconetta, M. Wulfe, L. Olsvig, K. Frech, M. Loye & E. Mendoza.  1978c.  Biological solar energy conversion and U. S. energy policy.  BioScience 28:  376-82.

 

Pimentel, D., C. Shoemaker, R. J. Whitman, A. Bellotti, N. Beyer, A. Brick, C. Brodel, I. Caunter, H. Cornell, W. Dritschilo, D. Gunnison, M. Habte, L. Hurd, P. Johnson, J. Krummel, J. Liebherr, M. Loye, D. Mackenzie, D. Nafus, I. Oka, R. Rao, D. Saari, J. Smith, R. Stack, D. Udovic, C. Yip & N. Zareh.  1978d.  Systems management program for corn pest control in New York State.  Search, Cornell Univ. Res. Publ. 8(1):  1-16.

 

Pimentel, D., J. Krummel, D. Gallahan, J. Hough, A. Merrill, I. Schreiner, P. Vittum, F. Koziol, E. Back, D. Yen & S. Fiance.  1978.  Benefits and costs of pesticide use in U.S. food production.  BioScience 28:  772, 778-84.

 

Pimentel, D., S. Chick & W. Vergara.  1979a.  Energy from forests:  environmental and wildlife implications, p. 66-79.  In:  Trans. 44th N. Amer. Wildl. Nat. Res. Conf., Wash., D.C.

 

Pimentel, D., J. Krummel, D. Gallahan, J. Hough, A. Merrill, I. Schreiner, P. Vittum, F. Koziol, E. Back, D. Yen & S. Fiance.  1979b.  A cost-benefit analysis of pesticide use in U.S. food production, p. 97-149.  In:  T. J. Sheets & D. Pimentel (eds.), Pesticides:  Their Contemporary Roles in Agriculture, Health and the Environment.  Humana, Clifton, N.J.  186 p.

 

Pimentel, D. et al.  1979c.  Panel on Science and Technology in Jordanian Development.  Nat. Acad. Sci., Wash., D.C.  48 p.

 

Pimentel, D., P. A. Oltenacu, M. C. Nesheim, J. Krummel, M. S. Allen & S. Chick.  1979d.  Grass-fed livestock systems and energy resources, p. 1771-75.  In:  Changing Energy Use Futures, Vol. 4.  Proc. Internatl. Energy Conf.

 

Pimentel, D., D. Andow, D. Gallahan, I. Schreiner, T. E. Thompson, R. Dyson-Hudson, S. N. Jacobson, M. A. Irish, S. F. Kroop, A. M. Moss, M. D. Shepard & B. G. Vinzant.  1980a.  Pesticides:  environmental and social costs, p. 99-158.  In:  D. Pimentel & J. H. Perkins (eds.), Pest Control:  Cultural and Environmental Aspects.  AAAS Selected Symp. 43, Westview Press, Boulder.

 

Pimentel, D., P. A. Oltenacu, M. C. Nesheim, J. Krummel, M. S. Allen & S. Chick.  1980b.  The potential for grass-fed livestock:  resource constraints.  Science 207:  843-48.

 

Pimentel, D., D. Andow, D. Gallahan, I. Schreiner, T. Thompson, R. Dyson-Hudson, S. Jacobson, M. Irish, S. Kroop, A. Moss, M. Shepard & B. Vinzant.  1980c.  Pesticides:  environmental and social costs, p. 99-158.  In:  D. Pimentel & J. H. Perkins (eds.), Pest Control:  Cultural and Environmental Aspects.  Westview Press, Boulder, Colo.  243 p.

 

Pimentel, D., E. Garnick, A. Berkowitz, S. Jacobson, P. Black, S. Valdes-Cogliano, B. Vinzant, E. Hudes & S. Littman.  1980d.  Environmental quality and natural biota.  Environ. Biol. Rept. 80-1, Cornell Univ., Ithaca, N.Y.

 

Pimentel, D., D. Andow, R. Dyson-Hudson, D. Gallahan, S. Jacobson, M. Irish, S. Kroop, A. Moss, I. Schreiner, M. Shepard, T. Thompson & B. Vinzant.  1980e.  Environmental and social costs of pesticides:  a preliminary assessment.  Oikos 34:  127-40.

 

Pimentel, D., E. Garnick, A. Berkowitz, S. Jacobson, S. Napolitano, P. Black, S. Valdes-Cogliano, B. Vinzant, E. Hudes & S. Littman.  1980f.  Environmental quality and natural biota.  BioScience 30:  750-55.

 

Pimentel, D. et al.  1980g.  Regulating Pesticides.  Committee on Prototype Explicit Analyses for Pesticides.  Nat. Acad. Sci., Wash., D.C.  288 p.

 

Pimentel, D., J. Krummel, D. Gallahan, J. Hough, A. Merrill, I. Schreiner, P. Vittum, F. Koziol, E. Back, D. Yen & S. Fiance.  1981a.  A cost-benefit analysis of pesticide use in U.S. food production, p. 27-54.  In:  D. Pimentel (ed.), CRC Handbook of Pest Management in Agriculture, vol. 2.  CRC Press, Boca Raton.

 

Pimentel, D., M. A. Moran, S. Fast, G. Weber, R. Bukantis, L. Balliett, P. Boveng, C. Cleveland, S. Hindman & M. Young.  1981b.  Biomass energy from crop and forest residues.  Science 212:  1110-15.

 

Pimentel, D., M. A. Moran, S. Fast, G. Weber, R. Bukantis, L. Balliett, P. Boveng, C. Cleveland, S. Hindman & M. Young.  1981c.  Biomass energy from crop and forest residues:  energetics and the environment.  Environ. Biol. Rept. 81-1, Cornell Univ., Ithaca, N.Y.

 

Pimentel, D., S. Fast, W. L. Chao, E. Stuart, J. Dintzis, G. Einbender, W. Schlappi, D. Andow & K. Broderick.  1982.  Water resources in food and energy production.  BioScience 32:  861-67.

 

Pimentel, D., I. I. Bennett, C. Cooney, O. Doering, R. L. Hinman, W. Hudson, A. Moslemi, D. Patterson, R. Patterson, J. Spurlock, P. Weisz & S. Harris.  1983a.  Biomass energy.  Solar Energy 30:  1-31.

 

Pimentel, D., R. Rummell, R. Ross, J. Krummel, M. Loye, D. Nafus & I. Schreiner.  1983b.  Guidelines on energy utilization in timber, range and wildlife practices.  Environ. Biol. Rept. 83-1, Cornell Univ., Ithaca, N.Y.

 

Pimentel, D., C. Fried, L. Olson, S. Schmidt, K. Wagner-Johnson, A. Westman, A. M. Whelan, K. Foglia, P. Poole, T. Klein, R. Sobin & A. Bochner.  1983c.  Biomass energy:  environmental and social costs.  Environ. Biol. Rept. 83-2, Cornell Univ., Ithaca, N.Y.

 

Pimentel, D., G. Berardi & S. Fast.  1983d.  Energy efficiency of farming systems:  organic and conventional agriculture.  Agr. Ecosyst. Environ. 9:  359-72.

 

Pimentel, D., S. Fast, D. Gallahan & M. A. Moran.  1983e.  Environmental risks of utilizing crop and forest residues for biomass energy, p. 580-85.  In:  18th Intersociety Energy Conversion Engineering Conf.

 

Pimentel, D. et al.  1983f.  An Assessment of the Relationships between the Department of Energy and Universities and Colleges.  Vols. I & II.  A Report of the Energy Research Advisory Board to the U. S. Dept. Energy, Wash., D.C.

 

Pimentel, D., S. Fast, D. Gallahan & M. A. Moran.  1983g.  Environmental risks of utilizing crop and forest residues for biomass energy, p. 580-85.  In:  18th Intersociety Energy Conversion Engineering Conf.

 

Pimentel, D. et al.  1983h.  An assessment of the relationships between the Department of Energy and universities and colleges. Vols. I. & II.  A report of the Energy Research Advisory Board to the U. S. Dept. Energy, Wash., D.C.

 

Pimentel, D., C. Glenister, S. Fast & D. Gallahan.  1983i.  An environmental risk assessment of biological and cultural controls for organic agriculture, p. 73-90.  In:  W. Lockeretz (ed.),  Environmentally Sound Agriculture.  Praeger Special Studies, N.Y.

 

Pimentel, D., C. Fried, L. Olson, S. Schmidt, K. Wagner-Johnson, A. Westman, A. Whelan, K. Foglia, P. Poole, T. Klein, R. Sobin & A. Bochner.  1984.  Environmental and social costs of biomass energy.  BioScience 34:  89-94.

 

Pimentel, D., G. Bernardi & S. Fast.  1984a.  Energy efficiencies of farming wheat, corn and potatoes organically, p. 151-61.  In:  Organic Farming:  Current Technology and Its Role in a Sustainable Agriculture.  ASA Spec. Publ. No. 46.  Amer. Soc. Agron., Madison, Wis.  192 p.

 

Pimentel, D., C. Glenister, S. Fast & D. Gallahan.  1984b.  Environmental risks of biological pest controls.  Oikos 42:  283-90.

 

Pimentel, D., T. Culliney, M. N. Burgess, G. S. Stoewsand, J. L. Anderson, C. A. Bache, W. H. Gutenmann & D. J. Lisk.  1984c.  Cadmium in Japanese quail fed earthworms inhabiting a golf course.  Nutr. Rep. Internatl. 30:  475-81.

 

Pimentel, D., L. Levitan, J. Heinze-Fry, M. Loehr, W. Naegeli, J. T. Bakker, J. Eder, B. Modelski & M. Morrow.  1984d.  Solar energy technology:  land, energy and other resources.  Environ. Biol. Rept. 84-1, Cornell Univ., Ithaca, N.Y.

 

Pimentel, D., L. Levitan, J. Heinze, M. Loehr, W. Naegeli, J. Bakker, J. Eder, B. Modelski & M. Morrow.  1984.  Solar energy, land and biota.  SunWorld 8:  70-3, 93-5.

 

Pimentel, D., G. Goldstein, P. Leon, C. Orrego, V. R. Lemoine, J. Rowe & M. Sondahl.  1985.  Biotechnology in the Americas II:  applications in tropical agriculture.  Plant Mol. Biol. Rep. 3:  151-7.

 

Pimentel, D., W. Jackson, M. Bender & W. Pickett.  1986a.  Perennial grains:  an ecology of new crops.  Interdisciplinary Sci. Rev. 11:  42-9.

 

Pimentel, D., W. Dazhong, S. Eigenbrode, H. Lang, D. Emerson & M. Karasik.  1986.  Deforestation:  interdependency of fuelwood and agriculture.  Oikos 46:  404-12.

 

Pimentel, D., J. Allen, A. Beers, L. Guinand, R. Linder, P. McLaughlin, B. Meer, D. Musonda, D. Perdue, S. Poisson, S. Siebert, K. Stoner, R. Salazar & A. Hawkins.  1987.  World agriculture and soil erosion.  BioScience 37:  277-83.

 

Pimentel, D., A. F. Warneke, W. S. Teel, K. A. Schwab, N. J. Simcox, D. M. Ebert, K. D. Baenisch & M. R. Aaron.  1988a.  Food versus biomass fuel:  socioeconomic and environmental impacts in the United States, Brazil, India, and Kenya.  Adv. Food Res. 32:  185-238.

 

Pimentel, D., M. S. Hunter, J. A. LaGro, R. A. Efroymson, J. C. Landers, F. T. Mervis, C. A. McCarthy & A. E. Boyd.  1988b.  Benefits and risks of genetic engineering in agriculture.  Environ. Biol. Rept. 88-1, Cornell Univ., Ithaca, N.Y.

 

Pimentel, D., L. E. Armstrong, C. A. Flass, F. W. Hopf, R. B. Landy & M. H. Pimentel.  1989a.  Interdependence of food and natural resources, p. 31-48.  In:  D. Pimentel & C. W. Hall (eds.), Food and Natural Resources.  Academic Press, San Diego.

 

Pimentel, D., T. W. Culliney, I. W. Buttler, D. J. Reinemann & K. B. Beckman.  1989b.  Ecological resource management for a productive, sustainable agriculture, p. 301-23.  In:  D. Pimentel & C. W. Hall (eds.), Food and Natural Resources.  Academic Press, San Diego. 

 

Pimentel, D., L. M. Fredrickson, D. B. Johnson, J. H. McShane & H.-W. Yuan.  1989c.  Environment and population:  crises and policies, p. 363-89.  In:  D. Pimentel & C. W. Hall (eds.), Food and Natural Resources.  Academic Press, San Diego.

 

Pimentel, D., M. S. Hunter, J. A. LaGro, R. A. Efroymson, J. C. Landers, F. T. Mervis, C. A. McCarthy & A. E. Boyd.  1989.  Benefits and risks of genetic engineering in agriculture.  BioScience 39:  606-14.

 

Pimentel, D., T. W. Culliney, I. W. Buttler, D. J. Reinemann & K. B. Beckman.  1989.  Low-input sustainable agriculture using ecological management practices.  Agr. Ecosyst. Environ. 27:  3-24.

 

Pimentel, D., W. Dazhong & M. Giampietro.  1990.  Technological changes in energy use in U.S. agricultural production, p. 305-21.  In:  S. R. Gliessman (ed.), Agroecology.  Springer-Verlag, N.Y.  380 p.

 

Pimentel, D. et al.  1991a.  Malaria.  Obstacles and opportunities.  A report of the Committee for the Study on Malaria Prevention and Control:  Status Review and Alternative Strategies, Div. Internatl. Health, Inst. Medicine.  Nat. Acad. Press., Wash., D.C.  309 p.

 

Pimentel, D., L. McLaughlin, A. Zepp, B. Lakitan, T. Kraus, P. Kleinman, F. Vancini, W. J. Roach, E. Graap, W. S. Keeton & G. Selig.  1991b.  Environmental and economic impacts of reducing U.S. agricultural pesticide use, p. 679-718.  In:  D. Pimentel (ed.), Handbook of Pest Management in Agriculture. Vol. I. 2nd ed.  CRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida.

 

Pimentel, D., L. McLaughlin, A. Zepp, B. Lakitan, T. Kraus, P. Kleinman, F. Vancini, W. J. Roach, E. Graap, W. S. Keeton & G. Selig.  1991c.  Environmental and economic effects of reducing pesticide use.  BioScience 41:  402-9.

 

Pimentel, D; McNair, M; Buck, L; Pimentel, M; Kamil, J.  1997.  The value of forests to world food security.  Human Ecology, v.25, n.1, (1997): 91-120.

 

Risch, S. J., D. Pimentel & H. Grover.  1986.  Corn monoculture versus old field:  effects of low levels of insecticides.  Ecology 67:  505-15.

 

Schreiner, I., D. Nafus & D. Pimentel.  1984a.  Effects of cyanogenesis in bracken fern (Pteridium aquilinum) on associated insects.  Ecol. Ent. 9:  69-79.

 

Schreiner, I., D. Nafus & D. Pimentel.  1984b.  Frequency of cyanogenesis in bracken in relation to shading and winter severity.  Amer. Fern J. 74:  51-5.

 

Sheets, T. J. & D. Pimentel (eds.).  1979.  Pesticides:  Their Contemporary Roles in Agriculture, Health and the Environment.  Humana, Clifton, N.J.  186 p.

 

Simpson, R. L. & D. Pimentel.  1972.  Ecological effects of the aquatic herbicide fenac on small ponds.  Search, Cornell Univ. Res. Publ. Vol. 2(10):  59 p.

 

Smith, E. H. & D. Pimentel (eds.).  1978.  Pest Control Strategies.  Acad. Press, New York.  334 p.

 

Smith, G. J. C. & D. Pimentel.  1969.  The effect of two host species on the longevity and fertility of Nasonia vitripennis.  Ann. Ent. Soc. Amer. 62:  305-8.

 

Soans, A. B., D. Pimentel & J. S. Soans.  1973a.  Resistance in cucumber to the twospotted spider mite.  J. Econ. Ent. 66:  380-2.

 

Soans, A. B., D. Pimentel & J. S. Soans.  1973b.  Resistance in eggplant to twospotted spider mites.  J. New York Ent. Soc. 81(1):  34-9.

 

Soans, A. B., D. Pimentel & J. S. Soans.  1974.  Evolution of reproductive isolation in allopatric and sympatric populations.  Amer. Nat. 108:  117-24.

 

Sorrells, N. R. & D. Pimentel.  1981.  Food, energy, and the environment:  alternatives for creating new lifestyles.  Amer. Biol. Teach. 43:  190-95.

 

Southwick, E. E. & D. Pimentel.  1981.  Energy efficiency of honey production by bees.  BioScience 31:  730-2.

 

Streams, F. A. & D. Pimentel.  1961.  Effects of immigration on the evolution of populations.  Amer. Nat. 95:  201-10.

 

Streams, F. A. & D. Pimentel.  1963a.  Biology of the harlequin bug, Murgantia histrionica.  J. Econ. Ent. 56:  108-9.

 

Streams, F. A. & D. Pimentel.  1963b.  Studies on the sex ratio of the harlequin bug, Murgantia histrionica (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae).  Ann. Ent. Soc. Amer. 56:  712-6.

 

Summers, C. G., H. D. Byrne & D. Pimentel.  1971.  Spring timing applications for control of the alfalfa weevil in New York.  J. Econ. Ent. 64:  478-80.

 

Sydor, W. J. & D. Pimentel.  1975.  Genetic feedback and simulated environmental catastrophe.  Canad. Ent. 107:  1343-48.

 

Takahashi, F. & D. Pimentel.  1966.  pH changes in various housefly media.  Canad. Ent. 98:  633-5.

 

Takahashi, F. & D. Pimentel.  1967.  Wasp preference for the black, brown, and hybrid-type pupae of the house fly.  Ann. Ent. Soc. Amer. 60:  623-5.

 

Udovic, J. D., D. Pimentel & D. Nafus.  1976.  The interaction between spatial heterogeneity and genetic feedback in laboratory predator-prey systems.  Oecologia 25:  23-34.

 

Vergara, W. & D. Pimentel.  1978.  Fuels from biomass, p. 125-73.  In:  Adv. in Energy Systems & Technology, Vol. I.  Academic Press, New York.

 

Walker, I. & D. Pimentel.  1966.  Correlation between maternal longevity and incidence of diapause in Nasonia vitripennis Walker (Hymenoptera: Pteromalidae).  Gerontologia 12:  89-98.

 

Westoby, M., J. Krummel, W. Dritschilo & D. Pimentel.  1979.  Direct and indirect use of land, labor and fossil fuels by some animal production systems.  Environ. Biol. Rept. 79-1, Cornell Univ., Ithaca, N.Y.

 

White, P. C., D. Pimentel & F. C. Garcia.  1957.  Distribution and prevalence of human schistosomiasis in Puerto Rico in 1953.  Amer. J. Trop. Med. Hyg. 6:  715-26.

 

Zareh, N., M. Westoby & D. Pimentel.  1980.  Evolution in a laboratory host-parasitoid system and its effect on population kinetics.  Canad. Ent. 112:  1049-60.