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1956. A taxonomic revision of the Hawaiian species of the genus Sophora Linnaeus (family Leguminosae).  Pac. Sci. 10:136-158.

----   and Dean C. Hamilton, Jr.  1962.  Plants of Christmas Island.  Atoll Res. Bul. 90:1-7.

1963. J. F. Rock, 1884-1962.  Hawn. Bot. Soc. Newsletter (HBSN) 2:1-9.

----,    E. H. Bryan, Jr., and L. Marks.  1963.  Bibliography of J. F. Rock.  HBSN 2:10-13.

1963. Botany at Bernice P. Bishop Museum.  HBSN 2:57-65.

1963. J F. Rock, 1884-1962.  Taxon 12:89-102.  

1963         J. F. Rock, 1884-1962, Journal of the American Rhododendron Society 
1:66-72 and 130-137.1963. Joseph F. Rock, 1884-1962, Amer. Hort. Mag. 42:158-167.

1966. Botanical impressions of the 11th Pacific Science Congress, HBSN 5:38-41.

1968-69. Lā'au Hawai'i:  I - Hawaiian Plants (Sept. 1968), Ka Nupepa 8(1):8; II - Kukui (Jan. 1969), 8(3):5;  III - 'Awa,     8(4):13; and IV - Tī, 9(1):15-16.

1972.   Guidelines for registering pesticides in the United States: I. General procedures, and II. General labeling                 requirements. 1st preliminary ed. (Mar. 1972),   2nd prel. ed. (Aug. 1972).  EPA-OPP, Washington, DC.

1973.   Applications for registration of pesticides, IN: Federal Regulations and Registration of Microbiological Pesticides, Society for Industrial Microbiology spec. pub. 5:9-24.

----   and Gerald L. Addicott (editors.).  1973.  Favorite Songs of the Hawaii State Society.  106 pp., Hawaii State Society of  Washington, DC.

1976 (E,F,S).  Background paper on the International Plant Protection Convention.  Working pap. AGP/IPPC/76/1, 2 pp.        FAO, Rome.

----   and John M. Mulders (E,F,S).

        1976.  Suggested amendments to the International Plant Protection Convention.  Work. pap. AGP/IPPC/76/2, 32 pp.,      FAO, Rome.

        1976.  Amendments proposed and incorporated in the revised draft of the International Plant Protection Convention.        Work. pap. AGP/IPPC/76/3, 10 pp., FAO, Rome.

        1977.  Report of the Government Consultation on the International Plant Protection Convention held in Rome, Italy,   15-19 November 1976.  AGP: 1976/M/13, ii + 50 pp.  FAO, Rome  (ISBN 92-5-100355-6).

        1978.  Digest of Plant Quarantine Regulations.  FAO Pl. Prot. Bul. 26:1-4.

----  and Yahya A. Salah.  1977 (E,F,S,A).  Report of the Sixth Session of the Near East Plant Protection Commission held in Amman, Jordan, 17-23 May 1976, iii + 35 pp., FAO, Rome (ISBN-92-5-100299-1).

----   and George H. Berg.  1977 (E,F,S).  Report of the Fourth Session of the Caribbean Plant Protection Commission held in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, 25-29 October 1976, AGP/1977/M/3, iv + 34 pp., FAO, Rome  (ISBN 92-5-200369-6.

1977 (E,F,S).  Government consultation on the International Plant Protection Convention, FAO Plant Protection Bul. 25:1-7.

1977. Principles of plant quarantine and the International Plant Protection Convention, South Pacific Commission (SPC)          Workshop and Training Course in Plant Quarantine, Suva, Fiji, 17-21 Oct. 1977, 4 pp., SPC, Suva.

----    and G. Pastore-Gagliardi.  1977.  List of National Plant Quarantine Services, AGPP: Misc./29, 23 pp., FAO, Rome.

----,   D. Devlin, and J. Dobbert.  1978.  Revision of the International Plant Protection Convention, 25 pp., FAO, Rome.

1979. The International Plant Protection Convention, IN:  D. L. Ebbels & J. E. King (eds.). Plant Health, the Scientific         Basis forAdministrative Control of Plant Diseases and Pests, a conference held by the Federation of British Plant  Pathologists,the Association of Applied Biologists, and the British Mycological Society, pp. 1-11. Blackwell Sci. Pub., Oxford.

1980. Hawai'i -- a unique land and people, IN:  Americans from ... , Asian-Pacific American Heritage Week,May 7-14, 1980, pp. 5-6.  Asian Pacific American Heritage Council, Inc., Potomac, MD.

----   and M. J. Dover.  1980.  Current technological and conceptual impediments to wide scale use of microbial                      control agents:registration, Proc. Workshop on Insect Pest Management with Microbial Agents, pp. 44-48, Boyce Thompson Institute, Ithaca, NY.

1983. International cooperation on controlling exotic pests.  IN: Charles L. Wilson and Charles L. Graham (eds.),              Exotic Pests and North American Agriculture, pp. 479-498. Academic Press, New York.

1984. Plant quarantine and plant protection.  Med. Fac. Landbouww., Rijksuniv. Gent, 49/2a:127-138.

1990. Phytosanitary requirements for plant products.  IN:  Paull, Robert E. (ed.), Symposium on Tropical Fruit in International TradeHonolulu, Hawaii, June 4-9, 1989, Acta Horticulturae no. 269:441-448 (abstract).

1995. Plant Quarantine:  Why - What - How - Where - Who.  XVIII Pacific Science Congress, June 5-12, 1995, Beijing China (Population, Resources, and Environment), Collection of Abstracts, p. 241.

1995. Hawaiian Ethnobotany.   XVIII Pacific Science Congress, June 5-12, 1995, Beijing China  (Population, Resources, and Environment), Collection of Abstracts, p. 311.

2001. The Role of Indo-Pacific Fruits in Ancient and Modern Hawaiian Culture.  Building Bridges with Traditional Knowledge, May 28-June 2, 2001, Honolulu, Hawai’i, p. 47.

–--  and Michael B. Thomas.  2005.  An e-Field Guide to Early Human Plant Introductions to Hawai’i.                 (http://www.botany.hawaii.edu/bot105/canoeplants/index.html)

Yona B. Chock and –--.    

1995.   A Collection of American Folk Dances.  42 pp. Honolulu, Hawai’i.

1997.   A Collection of American Folk Dances (revised edition).  47 pp. Honolulu, Hawai’i.

2002.   Introducing the Community Dance Program.  IN: Proceedings of the National Dance Association, American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, April 9-13, 2002, San Diego, CA.  5 pp

2003.   Dancing Through American History - Exploring America on Foot,  IN: Proceedings of the National Dance Association, American Alliance for Health, Physical Education,Recreation and Dance, April 1-5, 2003, Philadelphia, PA, 5 pp.

2004.   Dancing Through American History - Exploring America on Foot,  IN: Joanne Lunt, Compiler, Proceedings of the National Dance Association, American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, March 30-April 3, 2004, New Orleans, LA.  5 pp.

2005.    Dancing Through Colonial American History  IN: Colleen Dean, Compiler, Proceedings of the National  Dance Association, American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, April 12-16, 2005, Chicago IL  6 pp.

2006.   Dance More Through Colonial American History.  IN:  Nancy Jo Kane,  Compiler, National Dance Association  Proceedings 2006:105-110.  American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, April 23-29, 2006, Salt Lake City UT.

2007. Ethnobotany of the Canoe Plants.  An introduction to ethnobotany: plant origins and oceanic cultures   (video  recording on DVD-R)..University of Hawai‘i Ethnobotany Program.

2007. Five Trees Introduced from Polynesia.  An introduction to ethnobotany: plant origins and oceanic cultures   (video recording on DVD-R and University of Hawai‘i Ethnobotany Program.

2007-2009 (as team member and first author).  BOTANY 105 CLASS MATERIALS: Lesson Plans, Power Point and/or text attachments to each video lecture, handouts, etc.

Lau, Han, Will C. McClatchey, David Reedy, Al Keali’i Chock, Kim W. Bridges, and Zak Ritchey.  
                   2009.  Are our students Taxonomically Challenged or Not?  Ethnobotany Research & Applications 7:29-37.

Savo, Valentina, Y. Han Lau, Will C. McClatchey, David Reedy, Al Keali’i Chock, Kim W. Bridges, and Zak Ritchey.  2009.  Botany Segue: A Photo Essay.  Ethnobotany Research & Applications 7:123-134.

Will McClatchey, David Reedy, Al Keali’i Chock, Tamara Ticktin, Katie Kamelamela, Laura Shiels, Kim Bridges.  2010. Enhancing STEM Education through Redesign of an Entire Degree Curriculum: Ethnobotany. Poster presentation at the 51st annual meeting of the Society for Economic Botany, Xalapa, Vera Cruz, Mexico, p. 99.

----  and Will McClatchey.   2010.  First Contact in Hawai‘i (1778) - The Impact of Globalization in the First Two Decades.   Oral presentation at the 51st annual meeting of the Society for Economic Botany, Xalapa, Vera Cruz, Mexico;   abstract, p. 54.

2010.  In Memoriam--Dr. Izzie Abbott.  Plants and People (Society for Economic Botany Newsletter) vol. 24, no. 2:3 & 7,  Fall 2010.  

---- and Katie L. Kamelamela.  2011.  Education: Reproducing Cultural Artifacts.  Recent Topics  poster at the Botany 2011 conference, St. Louis MO (poster pdf. as link above and attachment below; picture of he author in front of the poster, on the right)..

----, Will McClatchey, & Tamara Ticktin. 2012.  Using Community Resources to Supplement   Introductory Ethnobotany Courses.  Oral presentation at the 53rd meeting of the Society for Economic Botany, Frostburg MD,

2012.  History of UH Ethnobotany   Fall meeting of the Open Science Network for Ethnobiology, Lihue HI  (see attached file below).

2013.  (Contributor).  in:McClatchey, Will C., Gail E. Wagner, Karen Hall, and Patricia D. Harrison (editors).  Vision and Change for Undergraduate Ethnobiology Education in the U.S.A.,  recommended curriculum assessment guidelines.  Botanical Research Institute of Texas Press, Fort Worth.

2014.  Using Community Resources for Ethnobotany Courses,  IN:  Quave, Cassandra L. (editor)  Innovative Strategies for Teaching in the Plant Sciences.  Chapter 12, pp. 187-209.  Springer+Business Media, New York.

2014.  The Ethnobiology of Pre-Globalization Hawaiian Feather Cloaks and Capes.  Oral presentation at the 55th meeting of the Society for Economic Botany and 37th annual conference of the Society of Ethnobiology, Cherokee, NC (attendance cancelled because of wife's back surgery on May 9, 2014).

Editorial Experience:

Hawaiian Botanical Society Newsletter:  Founding Editor (1962-63 and 1966).

Federal Plant Quarantine Inspectors' National Association [FPQINA; now NAAE] Newsletter:  Editor (1963-64), Contributing Editor (1964-65).

Ka Nupepa, Hawai‘i State Society of Washington, D.C. [HSS]:  Editor (1968-71), Contributor (1971-75).

FAO Plant Protection Bulletin (E,F,S):  Chairman, Editorial Committee (1976-78).

The Arbors Newsletter, Editor (1994-2006).

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