You can find my research on Google Scholar or through my ORCID.

Schwieterman, G.D., Hardison, E.A. and Eliason, E.J., 2022. Effect of thermal variation on the cardiac thermal limits of a eurythermal marine teleost (Girella nigricans). Current research in physiology5, pp.109-117.https://doi.org/10.1016/j.crphys.2022.02.002

Bouyoucos, I.A., Simpfendorfer, C.A., Planes, S., Schwieterman, G.D., Weideli, O.C. and Rummer, J.L., 2022. Thermally insensitive physiological performance allows neonatal sharks to use coastal habitats as nursery areas. Marine Ecology Progress Series682, pp.137-152.https://doi.org/10.3354/meps13941

Schwieterman, G.D., Winchester, M.M., Shiels, H.A., Bushnell, P.G., Bernal, D., Marshall, H.M. and Brill, R.W., 2021. The effects of elevated potassium, acidosis, reduced oxygen levels, and temperature on the functional properties of isolated myocardium from three elasmobranch fishes: clearnose skate (Rostroraja eglanteria), smooth dogfish (Mustelus canis), and sandbar shark (Carcharhinus plumbeus). Journal of Comparative Physiology B191(1), pp.127-141. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00360-020-01328-8

Schwieterman, G.D., Rummer, J.L., Bouyoucos, I.A., Bushnell, P.G. and Brill, R.W., 2021. A lack of red blood cell swelling in five elasmobranch fishes following air exposure and exhaustive exercise. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A: Molecular & Integrative Physiology258, p.110978. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cbpa.2021.110978

Bouyoucos IA, Watson S, Planes S, Simpendorfer CA, Schwieterman GD, Whitney NM, Rummer JL. 2020. The power struggle: assessing interacting global change stressors via experimental studies on sharks. Scientific Reports10(1), pp.1-12. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-020-76966-7

Schwieterman, G. D., Bouyoucos, I. A., Potgieter, K., Simpfendorfer, C. A., Brill, R. W., & Rummer, J. L. (2019). Analysing tropical elasmobranch blood samples in the field: blood stability during storage and validation of the HemoCue® haemoglobin analyser. Conservation Physiology7(1), coz081. https://doi.org/10.1093/conphys/coz081

Schwieterman, G. D., Crear, D. P., Anderson, B. N., Lavoie, D. R., Sulikowski, J. A., Bushnell, P. G., & Brill, R. W. (2019). Combined Effects of Acute Temperature Change and Elevated pCO2 on the Metabolic Rates and Hypoxia Tolerances of Clearnose Skate (Rostaraja eglanteria), Summer Flounder (Paralichthys dentatus), and Thorny Skate (Amblyraja radiata). Biology8(3), 56. https://doi.org/10.3390/biology8030056

Crear, D. P., Brill, R. W., Bushnell, P. G., Latour, R. J., Schwieterman, G. D., Steffen, R. M., & Weng, K. C. (2019). The impacts of warming and hypoxia on the performance of an obligate ram ventilator. Conservation Physiology, 7(1) coz026. https://doi.org/10.1093/conphys/coz026

Whitney, N. M., White, C. F., Gleiss, A. C., Schwieterman, G. D., Anderson, P., Hueter, R. E., & Skomal, G. B. (2016). A novel method for determining post-release mortality, behavior, and recovery period using acceleration data loggers. Fisheries research183, 210-221. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.fishres.2016.06.003

Whitney, N. M., Taquet, M., Brill, R. W., Girard, C., Schwieterman, G. D., Dagorn, L., & Holland, K. N. (2016). Swimming depth of dolphinfish (Coryphaena hippurus) associated and unassociated with fish aggregating devices. Fishery Bulletin114(4).  https://www.st.nmfs.noaa.gov/spo/FishBull/1144/whitney.pdf

 

Non-peer reviewed publications

Schwieterman, G. D. (2019). Is droning on making life unbearable?. Conservation Physiology7(1), coz034. https://doi.org/10.1093/conphys/coz034

Schwieterman, G. Can’t Catch My Breath! A Study of Metabolism in Fish Subjects: Environmental Science, Marine/Ocean Science, Life Science/Biology Grades: 6-8. Virginia Scientists & Educators Alliance (VA SEA), a collaboration of the Chesapeake Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve in Virginia (NERR Science Collaborative, NOAA) and the Marine Advisory Program, Virginia Institute of Marine Science, College of William & Mary. Virginia Institute of Marine Science, April 21, 2017. https://tinyurl.com/VASEA-LessonPlans.