Publications (+three in review or revision, Oct. 2021)

16. Gilbert MJH, Farrell AP (2021). The thermal acclimation potential of maximum heart rate and cardiac heat tolerance in Arctic char (Salvelinus alpinus), a northern cold-water specialist. Journal of Thermal Biology, 102816

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15. Harris LN, Swanson HK, Gilbert MJH, Malley BK, Fisk AT and Moore JS (2020). Anadromy and marine habitat use of lake trout (Salvelinus namaycush) from the central Canadian Arctic described using otolith microchemistry and acoustic telemetry. Journal of Fish Biology, 96, 1489-1494

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14. Sutcliffe RL, Shaorong L, Gilbert MJH, Schulte PM, Miller-Saunders KM, Farrell AP. (2020)  A rapid intrinsic heart rate resetting response with thermal acclimation in rainbow trout, Oncorhynchus mykiss. Journal of Experimental Biology, jeb215210

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13. Gilbert MJH, Harris LN, Malley BK, Schimnowski A, Moore JS, Farrell AP. (2020) The thermal limits of cardiorespiratory performance in anadromous Arctic char (Salvelinus alpinus): A field-based investigation using a remote mobile laboratory. Conservation Physiology, coaa036

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12. Harris LN, Yurkowski DJ,  Gilbert MJH , Else BGT, Duke PJ, Tallman RF, Fisk  AT and Moore JS (2020) Depth and temperature preference of anadromous Arctic char Salvelinus alpinus in the Kitikmeot Sea, a shallow and low-salinity area of the Canadian Arctic. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 634, 175-197.

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11. Zhang Y, Gilbert MJH, Farrell AP (2020) Measuring maximum oxygen uptake with an incremental swimming test and by chasing rainbow trout to exhaustion inside a respirometry chamber yields the same results. Journal of Fish Biology 97(1), 28-38

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10. Zhang Y, Gilbert MJH, Farrell AP (2019) Finding the peak of dynamic oxygen uptake during fatiguing exercise in fish. Journal of Experimental Biology, doi:10.1242/jeb.196568

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9. Gilbert MJH, Rani V*, McKenzie SM*, Farrell AP (2019) Autonomic cardiac regulation facilitates acute heat tolerance in rainbow trout: in situ and in vivo support. Journal of Experimental Biology. doi: 10.1242/jeb.194365

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8. Gilbert MJH, Tierney KB (2018) Warm northern river temperatures increase post-exercise fatigue in an Arctic migratory salmonid but not in a temperate relative.  Functional Ecology, 32(3), 687-700.

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7. Zhang, Y, Gilbert MJH (2017) Comment on ‘Measurement and relevance of maximum metabolic rate in fishes by Norin & Clark (2016)’. Journal of Fish Biology 91: 397–402.

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6. Wiwchar, LD, Gilbert MJH, Kasurak, AV, & Tierney, KB (2017). Schooling improves critical swimming performance in zebrafish (Danio rerio). Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 75(4), 653-661

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5. Gilbert MJH, Barbarich, J. M., Casselman, M., Kasurak, A. V., Higgs, D. M., & Tierney, K. B. (2016). The role of substrate holding in achieving critical swimming speeds: a case study using the invasive round goby (Neogobius melanostomus). Environmental Biology of Fishes, 99(10), 793-799.

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4. Gilbert MJH, Donadt CR*, Swanson HK, Tierney KB (2016) Low annual fidelity and early upstream migration of anadromous Arctic Char (Salvelinus alpinus) in a variable environment. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society,145(5), 931-942

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3. Berli BI, Gilbert MJH, Ralph AL, Tierney KB, Burkhardt-Holm P (2014) Acute exposure to a common suspended sediment affects the swimming performance and physiology of juvenile salmonids. Comp. Biochem. Phys. 176, 1-10

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2. DuVal MG, Gilbert MJH, Watson DE*, Zerulla TC*, Tierney KB, Allison WT (2014) Growth Differentiation Factor 6 as a putative risk factor in neuromuscular degeneration. PLoS ONE 9: e89183

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1. Gilbert MJH, Zerulla TC*, Tierney KB (2014) Zebrafish (Danio rerio) as a model for the study of ageing and exercise: physical ability and trainability decrease with age. Experimental Gerontology 50,106-113.

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