High scoring altmetric article collection from Conservation Physiology
The traditional methods of counting citations and downloads to measure impact misses much, not least the reception to published research amongst wider society.
‘Altmetrics’, or alternative metrics, have evolved to help answer this by tracking and collating mentions and shares of academic research papers and other outputs (such as datasets) across traditional and social media outlets, blogs, public policy documents, post-publication peer-review forums and online reference managers.
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Explore some of Conservation Physiology's highest scoring altmetric articles below:
- A product of its environment: the epaulette shark (Hemiscyllium ocellatum) exhibits physiological tolerance to elevated environmental CO2
Dennis D. U. Heinrich, Jodie L. Rummer, Andrea J. Morash, Sue-Ann Watson, Colin A. Simpfendorfer, Michelle R. Heupel, and Philip L. Munday
- Blacktip reef sharks (Carcharhinus melanopterus) show high capacity for wound healing and recovery following injury
Andrew Chin, Johann Mourier and Jodie L. Rummer
- Diving in a warming world: the thermal sensitivity and plasticity of diving performance in juvenile estuarine crocodiles (Crocodylus porosus)
Essie M. Rodgers, Jonathon J. Schwartz and Craig E. Franklin
- Ocean acidification exerts negative effects during warming conditions in a developing Antarctic fish
Erin E. Flynn, Brittany E. Bjelde, Nathan A. Miller, and Anne E. Todgham
- Optimal migration energetics of humpback whales and the implications of disturbance
Janelle E. Braithwaite, Jessica J. Meeuwig, and Matthew R. Hipsey
- High survivorship after catch-and-release fishing suggests physiological resilience in the endothermic shortfin mako shark (Isurus oxyrinchus)
Robert P. French, Jeremy Lyle, Sean Tracey, Suzanne Currie, and Jayson M. Semmens
- Hooking injury, physiological status and short-term mortality of juvenile lemon sharks (Negaprion bevirostris) following catch-and-release recreational angling
Andy J. Danylchuk, Cory D. Suski, John W. Mandelman, Karen J. Murchie, Christopher R. Haak, Annabelle M. L. Brooks, and Steven J. Cooke
- Serial assessment of the physiological status of leatherback turtles (Dermochelys coriacea) during direct capture events in the northwestern Atlantic Ocean: comparison of post-capture and pre-release data
Charles J. Innis, Constance Merigo, Julie M. Cavin, Kathleen Hunt, Kara L. Dodge, and Molly Lutcavage
- The role of thermal physiology in recent declines of birds in a biodiversity hotspot Robyn Milne, Susan J. Cunningham, Alan T. K. Lee, and Ben Smit
- First line of defence: the role of sloughing in the regulation of cutaneous microbes in frogs
Rebecca L. Cramp, Rebecca K. McPhee, Edward A. Meyer, Michel E. Ohmer and Craig E. Franklin