Projects

CFoodUW

ended 30.06.2019

CFOOD stands for Collaborative for Food from Our Oceans Data and is a term we use to describe the loose network of scientists who work together to better understand the science of fisheries sustainability. The CFOOD network has been building and maintaining a range of data bases on the status of fish stocks. Expert fisheries scientists from around the world help identify data for the data bases and provide quality control on the data and publications.


IMPRESS

01.01.2015 - 31.12.2018

IMPRESS is an Innovative Training Network (ITN) of the Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions funded by the EU Research and Innovation Programme Horizon 2020.
The main objectives of IMPRESS are:
- To develop innovative production strategies for the conservation and management of endangered freshwater fish species
- To train a new generation of researchers with multi-disciplinary skills needed in the emerging field of reintroduction biology


Besatzfisch

01.01.2010 - 31.06.2016

The project researches the traditional practice of stocking fish in aquatic environments (=fishstocking) through fishing clubs from different scientific and social sciences perspectives.


SalmoInvade

01.01.2014 - 31.12.2016

The main objectives of SalmoInvade are:

1. to evaluate current releases of non-native salmonids in Europe and the social, economic and ecological mechanisms underlying their invasion potential
2. to investigate the ecological and evolutionary impacts of biological invasions by salmonids
3. to evaluate how salmonid invasions are perceived by the public and by key stakeholders
4. to provide integrated recommendations for policy and management of salmonid invasions

B-Types

01.01.2010 - 31.12.2014

The project researched the traditional practice of stocking fish in waterbodies (= fish stocking) through angling clubs from different natural- and social scientific perspectives


Technical Guidelines for Responsible Fisheries: Recreational Fisheries for the Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO) of the United Nations

2011

Report drafting and organization of expert consultation August, 5-6, 2011 Berlin.

These technical guidelines have been prepared by Robert Arlinghaus, Steven J. Cooke and Brett M. Johnson under the coordination of Raymon van Anrooy. Adherence to the guidelines and recommendations presented in the present document will enable policy-makers, managers and the entire recreational fisheries sector to orient recreational fisheries towards maintaining or achieving sustainability.


Organization and host of the 6th World Recreational Fishing Conference

2011

Alignment of the 6th World Recreational Fishing Conference, August 1-4, 2011, at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin


Importance of recreational fishing for disabled people

2007 - 2009

Importance of recreational fishing for disabled people funded by the Brandenburg Fishing Tax in collaboration with the Institute of Inland Fisheries in Potsdam


Development of a Global Code of Practice for Recreational Fisheries

2007

Development of a Global Code of Practice for Recreational Fisheries for the European Inland Fisheries Advisory Commission at the Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations (FAO)


Adaptfish

2006 -2009

Using recreational fisheries as our focus, the interdisciplinary and international team on the ADAPTFISH project is studying adaptations of exploited populations (fisheries resources), their exploiters (anglers) and the rules governing the interactions between fish and anglers (institutions).


Social and economic importance of recreational fishing in Brandenburg-Berlin

2006 - 2008

Social and economic importance of recreational fishing in Brandenburg-Berlin in collaboration with the Institute of Inland Fisheries funded by the Brandenburg Fisheries Tax


Catches and harvest of eel recreational fishing in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern

2005 - 2008

Catches and harvest of eel recreational fishing in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern funded by the EU and the State of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern