Authorship by "sequence-determines-contribution" unless otherwise stated

Peer-Reviewed Publications



22. Comfort, C.M., K.A. Smith, M.A. McManus, A.B. Neuheimer*, J.S. Sevadjian, & C.E. Ostrander. 2017. Observations of the Hawaiian mesopelagic boundary community in daytime and nighttime habitats using estimated backscatter. AIMS Geosciences. DOI: 10.3934/geosci.2017.3.304. 

21. A.B. Leitner, A.B. Neuheimer*, E. Donlon, C.R. Smith, & J.C. Drazen. 2017. Environmental and bathymetric influences on abyssal bait-attending communities of the Clarion Clipperton Zone. Deep-Sea Research Part I 125:65-80. (authorship by "first-last-author-emphasis").




20. Giorli, G., A.B. Neuheimer*, A. Copeland, W. Au. 2016. Temporal and spatial variation of beaked and sperm whales foraging activity in Hawai'i, as determined with passive acoustics. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 140(4):2333. (authorship by "first-last-author-emphasis"). 

19. Giorli, G., A.B. Neuheimer*, & W. Au. 2016. Spatial variation of deep diving odontocetes’ occurrence around a canyon region in the Ligurian Sea as measured with acoustic techniques. Deep-Sea Research I 116:88-93. (authorship by "first-last-author-emphasis").

18. Neuheimer, A.B.*, M. Hartvig, J. Heuschele, S. Hylander, T. Kiørboe, K.H. Olsson, J. Sainmont, & K.H. Andersen. 2016. Adult and offspring size in the ocean: A database of size metrics and conversion factors. Ecology DOI: 10.1890/15-1261. (link(authorship alphabetical but for first and last) ***Note there has been a correction to the database and the journal has been notified.  Please email ABN for more information.***







8. Neuheimer, A.B.*, W.C. Gentleman, P. Pepin & E.J.H. Head.  2010b. Explaining regional variability in copepod recruitment: Implications for a changing climate.  Progress in Oceanography 87: 94-105. 

7. Neuheimer, A.B.* & C.T. Taggart. 2010. Can changes in length-at-age and maturation timing in Scotian Shelf haddock (Melanogrammus aeglefinus) be explained by fishing?  Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 67: 854-865.

6. Neuheimer, A.B.*, W.C. Gentleman, P. Pepin & E.J.H. Head. 2010a. How to build and use individual-based models (IBMs) as hypothesis testing tools.  Journal of Marine Systems 81: 122-133. 



5. Neuheimer, A.B.*, W.C. Gentleman, C.L. Galloway & C.L. Johnson.  2009.  Modeling larval Calanus finmarchicus on Georges Bank: Time-varying mortality rates and a cannibalism hypothesis. Fisheries Oceanography 18: 147-160.  



4. Gentleman, W.C. & A.B. Neuheimer*. 2008. Functional responses and ecosystem dynamics: How clearance rates explain the influence of satiation, food-limitation and acclimation.  Journal of Plankton Research 30: 1215-1231. 

3. Gentleman, W.C., A.B. Neuheimer* & R.G. Campbell. 2008. Modelling copepod development: Current limitations and a new realistic approach.  ICES Journal of Marine Science 65: 399-413. 

2. Neuheimer, A.B.*, C.T. Taggart & K.T. Frank.  2008. Size-at-age in haddock (Melanogrammus aeglefinus) - application of the growing degree-day (GDD) metric.  Proceedings of the 24th Lowell Wakefield Fisheries Symposium: Resiliency of Gadid Stocks to Fishing and Climate Change Symposium, 111-123.



1. Neuheimer, A.B.* & C.T. Taggart.  2007.  The growing degree-day and fish size-at-age: the overlooked metric.  Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 64: 375-385. 


* lab member, advisee