Prof. Dr. Robert Arlinghaus

Professor / Fachgebietsleiter

Research focus

Human dimensions and bio-economics of recreational fisheries, inter- and transdisciplinary fisheries research, fish and fisher behavioural ecology.

Marlon Braun

MSc student / Student assistant

Occupation

Influence of the bait color on the angling success

Denise Broscheit

MSc student

Research focus

Assessment of the nutrient balance of angling in the context of groundbaiting

Thang Dao

PostDoc

Research focus

Analytical Bio-economic models, Development and Environmental Economics

Elias Ehrlich

PostDoc

Research focus

Fisheries modelling, fish stock assessment, ecological theory, population dynamics and aquatic food webs

Daniel Faria

M.Sc. Student

Occupation

Impact of size selection on collective behavior and cognition

Fritz Feldhege

MSc student / Student assistant

Research focus

Impact of dead wood on young fish abundance in gravel pit lakes

Abundance estimates in northern pike within the project "BODDENHECHT"

Dieter Koemle

PostDoc

Research focus

Human Dimensions of Fisheries, Agricultural and Environmental Economics and Policy, Applied Econometrics

Sven Matern

Research assistant

Research focus

Biodiversity and ecosystem services in little gravel pits

Nicolas Marturano

MSc student / Student assistant

Occupation

Age determination of pike in the project "BODDENHECHT"

Katja Mehrwald

MSc student

Research focus

Food analysis of gray seals within the German Baltic Sea in cooperation with the IGB (project "BODDENHECHT") and the German Oceanographic Museum in Stralsund

Dominique Niessner

Project coordinator

Occupation

Project coordination, communications management and public relations in the project "BODDENHECHT"

Timo Rittweg

PhD student

Research focus

Biological and fishery-induced effects on growth and yield of pike in the Bodden lagoons

Phillip Roser

MSc student / Student assistant

Occupation

Fish ecology and population dynamics in the "BODDENHECHT" project

Malwina Schafft

PhD Student

Research focus

Recreational disturbance ecology and management with a focus on recreational fisheries and aquatic biodiversity

Richard Timm

M.Sc. Student

Occupation

Effects of habitat improvement (shallow water zones, placement of dead wood) on the growth of Perch (Perca fluviatilis) and Rudd (Rutilus rutilus) in gravel pit lakes (project BAGGERSEE)

 

Elvis Wong

M.Sc. Student

Research Focus

Behavioral and evolutionary ecology of size-selective harvesting