Taylor, S.D., Meiners, J.M., Riemer, K., Orr, M.C., White, E.P. (2018) Comparison of large-scale citizen science data and long-term study data for phenology modeling. In review. preprint GitHub

Brave, N., Stucky, B., Riemer, K., Mayor, S.J., Guralnick, R. (2018) Bergmann’s Rule Revisited: Climatic Factors Influencing Geographic Distributions of Endotherm Body Size in North America. In prep.

De Stasio, B., Roberts R., Riemer, K. (2018) Phytoplankton, Chlorophyll and Microcystin Dynamics in Lower Green Bay, Lake Michigan Following Biological Invasions. In prep.

Riemer, K., Anderson-Teixeira, K.J., Smith, F.A., Harris, D.J. & Ernest, S.K.M. (2018) Body Size Shifts Influence Effects Of Increasing Temperatures On Ectotherm Metabolism. Global Ecology and Biogeography. paper preprint GitHub code/data

Riemer, K., Guralnick, R., White, E. (2018) No general relationship between mass and temperature in endotherm species. eLife. paper preprint GitHub code/data

Espin, J., Palmas-Perez, S., Carrasco-Rueda, F., Riemer, K., Allen, P., Berkebile, N., Hecht, K., Kastner-Wilcox, R.K., Nunez-Regueiro, M., Prince, C., Rios-Marin, M.C., Ross, E.P., Singha, B., Tyler, T., Ungvari Martin, J., Villegas, M., Cataldo, T. & Bruna, E. (2017) A persistent lack of international representation on editorial boards in environmental biology. PLOS Biology. paper GitHub

Bevelhimer, M.S., Cada, G.F., Fortner, A.M., Schweizer, P.E. & Riemer, K. (2013) Behavioral Responses of Representative Freshwater Fish Species to Electromagnetic Fields. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society, 142, 802–813. PDF