Publications

Peer-reviewed,

Reviving the unique potential of recreational fishers as environmental stewards of aquatic ecosystems

Samuel Shephard, Charles J. List, Robert Arlinghaus


Published : 2023
Appeared in : Fish and Fisheries, 24, 339-351


Peer-reviewed,

Preparing recreational fisheries for the uncertain future: An update of progress towards answering the 100 most pressing research questions

Valerio Sbragaglia, Jacob W. Brownscombe, Steven J. Cooke, Anthonie D. Buijse, Robert Arlinghaus, Warren M. Potts


Published : 2023
Appeared in : Fisheries Research, 263, 106662


Quarry Pond, Peer-reviewed,

Ecosystem-based management outperforms species-focused stocking for enhancing fish populations

Johannes Radinger, Sven Matern, Thomas Klefoth, Christian Wolter, Fritz Feldhege, Christopher T. Monk, Robert Arlinghaus


Published : 2023
Appeared in : Science, 379, 6635, 946-951


Peer-reviewed,

Ecosystem service trade-offs at small lakes: Preferences of the public and anglers

Jürgen Meyerhoff, Thomas Klefoth, Robert Arlinghaus


Published : 2022
Appeared in : Aquatic Ecosystem Health and Management, 25(3), 1-11


Peer-reviewed,

Perceived socio-cultural ecosystem services provided by wild Atlantic Salmon populations in four European countries

Sophia Kochalski, Carsten Riepe, Robert Arlinghaus


Published : 2022
Appeared in : Aquatic Ecosystem Health and Management, 25(3), 12-21


Peer-reviewed,

Do anglers and managers think similarly about stocking, habitat management and harvest regulations? Implications for the management of community-governed recreational fisheries

Thomas Klefoth, Nicola Wegener, Jürgen Meyerhoff, Robert Arlinghaus


Published : 2023
Appeared in : Fisheries Research, 260, 106589


Peer-reviewed,

Willingness to pay for harvest regulations and catch outcomes in recreational fisheries: A stated preference study of German cod anglers

Julia Bronnmann, Dieter Koemle, Jürgen Meyerhoff, Marc Simon Weltersbach, Harry V. Strehlow, Robert Arlinghaus


Published : 2022
Appeared in : Fisheries Research, 259, 106536


Project Boddenpike, Peer-reviewed,

Body size scaling of space use in coastal pike (Esox lucius) in brackish lagoons of the southern Baltic Sea

Felicie Dhellemmes, Eneko Aspillaga, Timo Rittweg, Josep Alós, Peter Möller, Robert Arlinghaus


Published : 2023
Appeared in : Fisheries Research, 260, 106560


Project Boddenpike, Peer-reviewed,

Can price feedbacks cause human behavior-induced tipping points in exploited fish stocks? An extension of the bioeconomic Gordon-Schaefer model

Thang Dao, Martin Quaas, Dieter Koemle, Elias Ehrlich, Robert Arlinghaus


Published : 2022
Appeared in : Fisheries Research, 259, 106550


Peer-reviewed,

Reexamining one-trial learning in common carp (Cyprinus carpio) through private and social cues: No evidence for hook avoidance lasting more than seven months

Philipp Czapla, Magnus Lovén Wallerius, Christopher T. Monk, Steven J. Cooke, Robert Arlinghaus


Published : 2023
Appeared in : Fisheries Research, 259, 106573