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

Peer-reviewed,

A mechanistic theory of personality-dependent movement behaviour based on dynamic energy budgets

Andrea Campos-Candela, Miquel Palmer, Salvador Balle, Alberto Álvarez, Josep Alós

Published: 2019
Appeared in: Ecology Letters, 22, 213–232


Peer-reviewed,

Telemetry reveals the movement, fate, and lure-shedding of northern pike (Esox lucius) that break the line and escape recreational fisheries capture

Christopher E. Pullen, Robert Arlinghaus, Robert J. Lennox, Steven J. Cooke

Published: 2019
Appeared in: Fisheries Research, 211, 176-182


Peer-reviewed,

Public perception of river fish biodiversity in four European countries

Sophia Kochalski, Carsten Riepe, Marie Fujitani, Øystein Aas, Robert Arlinghaus

Published: 2019
Appeared in: Conservation Biology, 33, 164-175


Peer-reviewed,

The future of recreational fisheries: advances in science, monitoring, management, and practice

Jacob W. Brownscombe, Kieran Hyder, Warren Potts, Kyle L. Wilson, Kevin L. Pope, Andy J. Danylchuk, Steven J. Cooke, Adrian Clarke, Robert Arlinghaus, John R. Post

Published: 2019
Appeared in: Fisheries Research, 211, 247-255


Feature

Fish biology, Angler,

Lebende Fischkarten!

Wie verhalten sich Fische in ihrer natürlichen Umgebung? Dieser spannenden...

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News

Fisheries Management, Social Ecology, Fish biology, Angler,

We want you! Join the IFishMan Team!

The IFishMan-Team around Prof. Dr. Robert Arlinghaus offers two new job...

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Fish biology, Angler,

IFishMan Exportschlager - Masterstudierende ins Ausland! Kim Fromm in England!

Kim Fromm forscht derzeit als Gaststudentin bei Prof. Tom Cameron an den...

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Angler, Social Ecology,

Der zweite IFishMan Newsletter ist draußen!

Im Herbst 2018 ist unser zweiten IFishMan Newsletter erschienen und in den...

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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.