Neill Herbert
Neill Herbert
Senior Lecturer, Institute of Marine Science, University of Auckland
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The response of Atlantic cod, Gadus morhua, to progressive hypoxia: fish swimming speed and physiological stress
NA Herbert, JF Steffensen
Marine Biology 147 (6), 1403-1412, 2005
1902005
Individual space use strategies of wild juvenile Atlantic salmon
JD Armstrong, FA Huntingford, NA Herbert
Journal of Fish Biology 55 (6), 1201-1212, 1999
801999
Homing movements of displaced stream‐dwelling brown trout
JD Armstrong, NA Herbert
Journal of Fish Biology 50 (2), 445-449, 1997
761997
The hypoxia avoidance behaviour of juvenile Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua L.) depends on the provision and pressure level of an O2 refuge
NA Herbert, JE Skjæraasen, T Nilsen, AGV Salvanes, JF Steffensen
Marine Biology 158 (4), 737-746, 2011
572011
Do swimming fish always grow fast? Investigating the magnitude and physiological basis of exercise-induced growth in juvenile New Zealand yellowtail kingfish, Seriola lalandi
EJ Brown, M Bruce, S Pether, NA Herbert
Fish physiology and biochemistry 37 (2), 327, 2011
502011
Optimum temperatures for growth and feed conversion in cultured hapuku (Polyprion oxygeneios)—is there a link to aerobic metabolic scope and final temperature preference?
JR Khan, S Pether, M Bruce, SP Walker, NA Herbert
Aquaculture 430, 107-113, 2014
462014
The effect of hypoxia on fish swimming performance and behaviour
P Domenici, NA Herbert, C Lefrançois, JF Steffensen, DJ McKenzie
Swimming physiology of fish, 129-159, 2013
452013
Swimming-enhanced growth
W Davison, NA Herbert
Swimming physiology of fish, 177-202, 2013
442013
Anaemia adjusts the aerobic physiology of snapper (Pagrus auratus) and modulates hypoxia avoidance behaviour during oxygen choice presentations
DG Cook, RMG Wells, NA Herbert
Journal of Experimental Biology 214 (17), 2927-2934, 2011
442011
Low-O2 acclimation shifts the hypoxia avoidance behaviour of snapper (Pagrus auratus) with only subtle changes in aerobic and anaerobic function
DG Cook, FI Iftikar, DW Baker, AJR Hickey, NA Herbert
Journal of Experimental Biology 216 (3), 369-378, 2013
402013
Hypoxia increases the behavioural activity of schooling herring: a response to physiological stress or respiratory distress?
NA Herbert, JF Steffensen
Marine Biology 149 (5), 1217-1225, 2006
402006
Disrupted flow sensing impairs hydrodynamic performance and increases the metabolic cost of swimming in the yellowtail kingfish, Seriola lalandi
K Yanase, NA Herbert, JC Montgomery
Journal of Experimental Biology 215 (22), 3944-3954, 2012
372012
The behavioural and physiological response of Atlantic cod Gadus morhua L. to short‐term acute hypoxia
JL Johansen, NA Herbert, JF Steffensen
Journal of fish biology 68 (6), 1918-1924, 2006
372006
Evidence that growth hormone‐induced elevation in routine metabolism of juvenile Atlantic salmon is a result of increased spontaneous activity
NA Herbert, JD Armstrong, BT Björnsson
Journal of Fish Biology 59 (3), 754-757, 2001
332001
Thermal plasticity of skeletal muscle mitochondrial activity and whole animal respiration in a common intertidal triplefin fish, Forsterygion lapillum (Family …
JR Khan, FI Iftikar, NA Herbert, E Gnaiger, AJR Hickey
Journal of Comparative Physiology B 184 (8), 991-1001, 2014
312014
Hypoxic avoidance behaviour in cod (Gadus morhua L.): The effect of temperature and haemoglobin genotype
JE Skjæraasen, T Nilsen, JJ Meager, NA Herbert, O Moberg, V Tronci, ...
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 358 (1), 70-77, 2008
262008
The aerobic physiology of the air-breathing blue gourami, Trichogaster trichopterus, necessitates behavioural regulation of breath-hold limits during hypoxic stress …
N Herbert, R Wells
Journal of Comparative Physiology B 171 (7), 603-612, 2001
252001
The physiological and behavioural response of juvenile kingfish (Seriola lalandi) differs between escapable and inescapable progressive hypoxia
DG Cook, NA Herbert
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 413, 138-144, 2012
242012
Low O2 avoidance is associated with physiological perturbation but not exhaustion in the snapper (Pagrus auratus: Sparidae)
DG Cook, NA Herbert
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A: Molecular & Integrative …, 2012
232012
A moving light stimulus elicits a sustained swimming response in farmed Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar L.
NA Herbert, S Kadri, FA Huntingford
Fish physiology and biochemistry 37 (2), 317-325, 2011
212011
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