Neil Hammerschlag
Neil Hammerschlag
Research Associate Professor, University of Miami, Rosenstiel School of Marine & Atmospheric Science
Verified email at rsmas.miami.edu - Homepage
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Global shark currency: the distribution, frequency, and economic value of shark ecotourism
AJ Gallagher, N Hammerschlag
Current Issues in Tourism 14 (8), 797-812, 2011
2582011
Cyanobacterial blooms and the occurrence of the neurotoxin, beta-N-methylamino-l-alanine (BMAA), in South Florida aquatic food webs
LE Brand, J Pablo, A Compton, N Hammerschlag, DC Mash
Harmful algae 9 (6), 620-635, 2010
2242010
A review of shark satellite tagging studies
N Hammerschlag, AJ Gallagher, DM Lazarre
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 398 (1-2), 1-8, 2011
2062011
Predatory behaviour of white sharks (Carcharodon carcharias) at Seal Island, South Africa
RA Martin, N Hammerschlag, RS Collier, C Fallows
JMBA-Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom 85 …, 2005
1692005
Physiological stress response, reflex impairment, and survival of five sympatric shark species following experimental capture and release
AJ Gallagher, JE Serafy, SJ Cooke, N Hammerschlag
Marine Ecology Progress Series 496, 207-218, 2014
1512014
Don’t bite the hand that feeds: assessing ecological impacts of provisioning ecotourism on an apex marine predator
N Hammerschlag, AJ Gallagher, J Wester, J Luo, JS Ault
Functional Ecology 26 (3), 567-576, 2012
1262012
Ocean-wide tracking of pelagic sharks reveals extent of overlap with longline fishing hotspots
N Queiroz, NE Humphries, G Mucientes, N Hammerschlag, FP Lima, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (6), 1582-1587, 2016
1062016
Biological effects, conservation potential, and research priorities of shark diving tourism
AJ Gallagher, GMS Vianna, YP Papastamatiou, C Macdonald, ...
Biological Conservation 184, 365-379, 2015
1042015
Vulnerability of oceanic sharks as pelagic longline bycatch
AJ Gallagher, ES Orbesen, N Hammerschlag, JE Serafy
Global Ecology and Conservation 1, 50-59, 2014
992014
Cyanobacterial neurotoxin β-N-methylamino-L-alanine (BMAA) in shark fins
K Mondo, N Hammerschlag, M Basile, J Pablo, SA Banack, DC Mash
Marine drugs 10 (2), 509-520, 2012
962012
Hunting patterns and geographic profiling of white shark predation
RA Martin, DK Rossmo, N Hammerschlag
Journal of Zoology 279 (2), 111-118, 2009
832009
Effects of environmental conditions on predator–prey interactions between white sharks (Carcharodon carcharias) and Cape fur seals (Arctocephalus pusillus pusillus) at Seal …
N Hammerschlag, RA Martin, C Fallows
Environmental Biology of Fishes 76 (2-4), 341-350, 2006
832006
Killing for conservation: the need for alternatives to lethal sampling of apex predatory sharks
N Hammerschlag, J Sulikowski
Endangered Species Research 14 (2), 135-140, 2011
722011
White sharks (Carcharodon carcharias) scavenging on whales and its potential role in further shaping the ecology of an apex predator
C Fallows, AJ Gallagher, N Hammerschlag
PLoS One 8 (4), e60797, 2013
692013
Ecological risk assessment and its application to elasmobranch conservation and management
AJ Gallagher, PM Kyne, N Hammerschlag
Journal of Fish Biology 80 (5), 1727-1748, 2012
682012
Angling for endangered fish: conservation problem or conservation action?
SJ Cooke, ZS Hogan, PA Butcher, MJW Stokesbury, R Raghavan, ...
Fish and Fisheries 17 (1), 249-265, 2016
642016
Influence of predation risk and food supply on nocturnal fish foraging distributions along a mangrove–seagrass ecotone
N Hammerschlag, MR Heithaus, JE Serafy
Marine Ecology Progress Series 414, 223-235, 2010
632010
Osmoregulation in elasmobranchs: a review for fish biologists, behaviourists and ecologists
N Hammerschlag
Marine and Freshwater Behaviour and Physiology 39 (3), 209-228, 2006
632006
Stable isotope analysis as a tool for elasmobranch conservation research: a primer for non-specialists
DS Shiffman, AJ Gallagher, MD Boyle, CM Hammerschlag-Peyer, ...
Marine and Freshwater Research 63 (7), 635-643, 2012
602012
Use of marine protected areas and exclusive economic zones in the subtropical western North Atlantic Ocean by large highly mobile sharks
F Graham, P Rynne, M Estevanez, J Luo, JS Ault, N Hammerschlag
Diversity and Distributions 22 (5), 534-546, 2016
562016
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