Gail  Schwieterman

Ph.D. Student

Email: [[gschwieterman]]
Phone: (804) 684-7802
Office: Nunnally Hall 128
Department: Fisheries Science
Advisor: {{, Dr. Rich Brill}}

My research focuses on the understanding the impact of anthropogenic activities on coastal fish physiology. This includes research on climate change and metabolism, ocean acidification and blood oxygen affinity, and capture stress impacts on cardiac function. 


Whitney NM, White CF, Gleiss AC, Schwieterman GD, Anderson P, Hueter RE, and G Skomal. 2016. A novel method for determining post-release mortality, behavior, and recovery period using acceleration data loggers. Fisheries Research. 183: 210-221.

Whitney NM, Taquet M, Brill R, Girard C, Schwieterman GD, Dagorn L, and KN Holland. 2016. Swimming depth of dolphinfish (Coryphaena hippurus) associated and unassociated with fish aggregating devices. U.S. Fishery Bulletin. 114 (4): 426-434.