About us

We are the Division of Integrative Fisheries Management (IFishMan) at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. We conduct social-ecological research und provide the scientific foundation for sustainable recreational fisheries. More

Publications


Popular article,

Der Einheitsfang als praxisnahes Hilfsmittel zur Erfolgskontrolle von Hegemaßnahmen wie Besatz

Robert Arlinghaus

Published: 2018
Appeared in: Fischer & Angler, 2/2018, 25-28


Peer-reviewed,

The underestimated dynamics and impacts of water-based recreational activities on freshwater ecosystems

Markus Venohr, Simone D. Langhans, Oliver Peters, Franz Hölker, Robert Arlinghaus, Lewis Mitchell, Christian Wolter

Published: 2018
Appeared in: Environmental Reviews, 26, 199–213


Popular article,

Angelverbot auf Wolfsbarsche in Schleswig-Holstein und Niedersachsen

Robert Arlinghaus

Published: 2018
Appeared in: Rute & Rolle, 6/2018, 46-49


Feature

Fisheries Management,

Der neue Arlinghaus - Nachhaltiges Management von Angelgewässern: Ein Praxisleitfaden!

Unser neues Handbuch für den Gewässerwart ist da! 240 Seiten zu Besatz, Hege,...

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News

Angler, Fish biology, Fisheries Management,

Neues Hecht Projekt eingetütet! IFishMan forscht ab 2019 am Bodden!

Nun ist es offiziell. Ab Januar 2019 erforschen wir von IFishMan am...

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Fish biology, Fisheries Ecology,

Lecture by Prof. Daniel Pauly at the second Thienmann lecture at the IGB

We want to invite you to the second Thienmann Lecture at IGB, which will be...

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Angler, Fish biology, Fisheries Management,

PhD student Christopher T. Monk completes PhD thesis with Summa Cum Laude!

In the core empirical work of Christopher T. Monk's dissertation he used...

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Profil Prof. Dr. Robert Arlinghaus

In my group, we primarily study the social, economic and biological dimensions of angling as a social-ecological system. In addition, I study the ecology and evolution of fish stocks in natural and artificial aquatic ecosystems, with particular emphasis on anthropogenic stressors, e.g. fishing pressure. We pursue a strictly interdisciplinary research approach in which the natural and the social sciences are coupled.