Publications

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

Highlighting indicates lab member and/or advisee.

Peer-Reviewed Publications

 

2018

Neuheimer, A.B., B.R. MacKenzie, & M.R. Payne. Temperature-dependent adaptation allows fish to meet their food across their species' range. Science Advances 4:7, eaar4349, DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.aar4349 (pdf).

 

Wong-Ala, J.A.T.K., C.M. Comfort, J.M. Gove, M.A. Hixon, M.A. McManus, B.S. Powell, J.L. Whitney, & A.B. Neuheimer. 2018. How life history characteristics and environmental forcing shape settlement success of coral reef fishes. Frontiers in Marine Science 5:65 doi: 10.3389/fmars.2018.00065. (pdf) (authorship by "first-last-author-emphasis").

Giorli, G., J.C. Drazen, A.B. Neuheimer, A. Copeland, & W.W.L. Au. 2018. Deep sea animal density and size estimated using a Dual-frequency IDentification SONar (DIDSON) offshore the island of Hawai'i. Progress in Oceanography 160:155-166. (link) (authorship by "first-last-author-emphasis")

 

2017

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. (pdf)

Leitner, A.B., 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. (link) (authorship by "first-last-author-emphasis").

 

2016

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. (link) (authorship by "first-last-author-emphasis"). 

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. (link(authorship by "first-last-author-emphasis").

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) 

Gove, J.M., McManus, M.A., Neuheimer, A.B., Polovina, J.J., Drazen, J.C., Smith, C.R., Merrifield, M.A., Friedlander, A.M., Ehses, J.S., Young, C.W., Dillon, A.K., & Williams, G.J. 2016. Near-island biological hotspots in barren ocean basins. Nature Communications. 7:10581 doi:10.1038/ncomms10581 (pdf)

 

Teneva, L. T., McManus, M.A., Jerolmon, C., Neuheimer, A.B., Clark, S.J., Walker, G., Kaho’ohalahala, K., Shimabukuro, E., Ostrander, C. & Kittinger, J. N. 2016. Understanding Reef Flat Sediment Regimes and Hydrodynamics can Inform Erosion Mitigation on Land. Collabra, 2: pp. 1–12, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1525/collabra.25. (pdf

 

Andersen, K.H., T. Berge, R.J. Gonçalves, M. Hartvig, J. Heuschele, S. Hylander, N.S. Jacobsen, C. Lindemann, E.A. Martens, A.B. Neuheimer, K. Olsson, A. Palacz, F. Prowe, J. Sainmont, S.J. Traving, A.W. Visser, N. Wadhwa, & T. Kiørboe. 2016. Characteristic Sizes of Life in the Oceans, from Bacteria to Whales. Annual Review of Marine Science. 8:3.1-3.25. (pdf(authorship alphabetical but for first and last) ***Note there has been a correction to Fig. 7.  Please email ABN for more information.***

Giorli, G., W.W.L. Au, & A.B. Neuheimer. 2016. Differences in foraging activity of deep sea diving odontocetes in the Ligurian Sea as determined by passive acoustic recorders. Deep-Sea Research I 107:1-8. (link, pdf)

 

2015

Neuheimer, A.B., M. Hartvig, J. Heuschele, S. Hylander, T. Kiørboe, K.H. Olsson, J. Sainmont, & K.H. Andersen. 2015. Adult and offspring size in the ocean over 17 orders of magnitude follows two life history strategies. Ecology 96:3303–3311. (link, pdf(authorship alphabetical but for first and last). Note there has been a correction to Fig. 2 and associated text.  The journal has been notified.  Corrections are described in the attached pdf.  Please email ABN for more information.

 

 2014

Neuheimer, A.B., & B.R. MacKenzie. 2014. Explaining life history variation in a changing climate across a species’ range.  Ecology. 95:3364-3375. (link, pdf

 

2013

Brander, K., A.B. Neuheimer, K.H. Andersen & M. Hartvig. 2013. Food for thought: Overconfidence in model projections.  ICES Journal of Marine Science 70:1065-1068. (link)

 

 2012

Neuheimer, A.B. & P. Grønkjær. 2012. Climate effects on size-at-age: Growth in warming waters compensates for earlier maturity in an exploited marine fish.  Global Change Biology 18:1812-1822. (link)

 

2011

Neuheimer, A.B., R.E. Thresher, J.M. Lyle & J.M. Semmens. 2011. Tolerance limit for fish growth exceeded by warming waters. Nature Climate Change 1:110-113. (link

 

2010

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. (link)

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. (link, pdf)

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. (link)

 

 2009

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.  (link)

 

 2008

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. (link)

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. (link)

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. (pdf)

 

2007

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. (link, pdf)

 

Other Publications

  • Neuheimer, A.B., Hartvig, M., Heuschele, J., Hylander, S., Kiørboe, T., Olsson, K.H., Sainmont, J.,  Andersen, K.H. 2015. Offspring Size in Marine Animals. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 96:662–663. (link)

  • Neuheimer, A.B. 2011. Fish in Hot Water. Article for Australasian Science, December 2011, p. 34-35. (link)

  • Neuheimer, A.B. & C.T. Taggart. 2009. Climate and fishing: Disentangling factors affecting the growth in Scotian shelf haddock (Melanogrammus aeglefinus) International Council for the Exploration of the Sea Document CM 2009/E:31.

  • Neuheimer, A.B., W.C. Gentleman, P. Pepin & E. Head. 2008. How to build and use individual-based models (IBMs) as hypothesis testing tools. International Council for the Exploration of the Sea Document CM 2008/L:09.

  • Neuheimer, A.B., C.T. Taggart, & J.M. Hanson. 2008. Disentangling variation in fish growth: Evidence for size-selection in southern Gulf of St. Lawrence cod (Gadus morhua). International Council for the Exploration of the Sea Document CM 2008/J:06.

  • Gentleman, W.C., & A.B. Neuheimer. 2008. Functional responses and ecosystem dynamics: The roles of satiation, food-limitation and acclimation. International Council for the Exploration of the Sea Document CM 2008/Q:03.

  • Neuheimer, A.B. 2007. Growth in fishes: size-at-age, temperature and food. Ph.D. Thesis, Department of Oceanography, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Canada.

  • Neuheimer, A.B., & C.T. Taggart. 2007. Condition estimates and Scotian Shelf haddock. In: Final report of the Fisheries Oceanography Committee 2007 Annual Meeting, Bedford Institute of Oceanography, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Canadian Science Advisory Secretariat, Proceedings Series 2007/053.

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