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Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin - Lebenswissenschaftliche Fakultät - Albrecht Daniel Thaer-Institut für Agrar- und Gartenbauwissenschaften

Doktorarbeiten

 

Aktuell laufende Doktorarbeiten

 

Christopher Monk: Behavior-base vulnerability of fishes

 

Thilo Pagel: Costs and benefits of stocking practices

 

Daniel Hühn: Determinants of successful stocking in pike and grayling

 

Thomas Klefoth: Physiological and behavioural mechanisms of angling-induced selection

 

Malte Dorow: Social and economic importance of eel (Anguilla anguilla) angling in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern

 

Fiona Johnston: Population dynamical consequences of size-selective recreational fishing

 

 

Abgeschlossene Doktorarbeiten

 

Katrin Daedlow (2014): Institutional economics analysis of German recreational fisheries systems

 

Ben Beardmore (2013): Behaviour of anglers on multiple spatial and temporal scales: an econometric approach

 

Josep Alós (2013): Fisheries-induced selection in marine coastal fish

 

Martin Stålhammar (2013): Catch & release impacts on predatory fish species

 

Matthias Emmrich (2012): Fish assemblages in European lakes – comparison of sampling methods and analysis of size structure

 

Silva Uusi-Heikkilä (2012): Experimental evolution of zebra fish (Danio rerio)

 

Costance O’Connor (2011): The ecology of stress: a multidisciplinary perspective on stress in wild centrarchid fishes (externe Betreuung, Carleton University)