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Bücher

 

Aas, Ø., Arlinghaus, R., Ditton, R.B., Policansky, D., Schramm, H.L. (Eds.) 2008. Global challenges in recreational fisheries. Blackwell Publishing, Oxford, 364 Seiten.

 

Arlinghaus, R. 2006. Der unterschätzte Angler. Kosmos, Stuttgart, 168 Seiten. erhältlich für 16,95 € im Handel.

 

Arlinghaus, R. 2004. A human dimensions approach towards sustainable recreational fisheries management. Turnshare Ltd., London, 400 S., gleichzeitig Dissertation Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. erhältlich für 16,80 € unter www.turnshare.com

 

Arlinghaus, R. 2004. Angelfischerei in Deutschland: eine soziale und ökonomische Analyse. Berichte des IGB 18:1-160. (in German with English abstract, figure legends and table headings, auf Anfrage in IGB Bibliothek erhältlich für 10 € oder download)

 

Beard, D.T., R. Arlinghaus, S.G. Sutton (eds). 2011. The angler in the environment: social, economic, biological and ethical dimensions. American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, Mayrland, 365 pp.

 

Wolter, C., Arlinghaus, R., Grosch, U.A., Vilcinskas, A. 2003. Fische und Fischerei in Berlin. VNW Verlag Natur & Wissenschaft, Solingen, 164 Seiten.

 

Buchkapitel und Monographien

 

Arlinghaus, R., Lorenzen, K., Johnson, B.M., Cooke, S.J., Cowx, I.G. 2016. Management of freshwater fisheries: addressing habitat, people and fishes. In J.F. Craig (ed.), Freshwater Fisheries Ecology. Wiley Blackwell. Oxford. 557-579.
 
Cooke, S.J., Arlinghaus, R., Johnson, B.M., Cowx, I.G. 2016. Recreational fisheries in inland waters. In J.F. Craig (ed.), Freshwater Fisheries Ecology. Wiley Blackwell. Oxford. 449-465.

 

Arlinghaus, R., Cyrus, E.-M., Eschbach, E., Fujitani, M., Hühn, D., Johnston, F., Pagel, T., Riepe, C. 2015. Hand in Hand für eine nachhaltige Angelfischerei: Ergebnisse und Empfehlungen aus fünf Jahren praxisorientierter Forschung zu Fischbesatz und seinen Alternativen. Berichte des IGB: Heft 28/2015.

 

Riepe, C., Arlinghaus, R. 2014. Einstellungen der Bevölkerung in Deutschland zum Schutz in der Angelfischerei. Berichte des IGB: Heft 27/2014.

 

Arlinghaus, R., A. Schwab. 2011. Five ethical challenges to recreational fishing: what they are and what they mean. Pages 219-234. In: T.D. Beard Jr., R. Arlinghaus, and S.G. Sutton, editors. The angler in the environment: social, economic, biological and ethical dimensions. Proceedings from the fifth world recreational fishing conference. American Fisheries Society, Symposium 75.
 

Arlinghaus, R., Hunt, L. M., Post, J. R., Allen, M. S. (2014). Not fish not meat: some guidance on how to study fisheries from an interdisciplinary perspective. In Taylor, W. W., Lynch, A. J., Léonard, N. J. (eds): Future of Fisheries: Perspectives for Emerging Professionals. American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, Maryland, 223-230.

 

Daedlow, K., T.D. Beard, R. Arlinghaus. 2011. A property rights-based view on management of inland recreational fisheries: contrasting common and public fishing right regimes in Germany and the United States. Pages 13-38. In: T.D. Beard Jr., R. Arlinghaus, and S.G. Sutton, editors. The angler in the environment: social, economic, biological and ethical dimensions. Proceedings from the fifth world recreational fishing conference. American Fisheries Society, Symposium 75.

Dorow, M., Arlinghaus, R. 2011. A telephone-diary-mail approach to survey recreational fisheries on large geographical scales, with a note on annual landings estimates by anglers in northern Germany. Pages 319-344. In: T.D. Beard Jr., R. Arlinghaus, and S.G. Sutton, editors. The angler in the environment: social, economic, biological and ethical dimensions. Proceedings from the fifth world recreational fishing conference. American Fisheries Society Symposium 75.

Hasler, C.T., A. H. Colotelo, T. Rapp E. Jamieson, K. Bellehumeur, R. Arlinghaus, S. J. Cooke. 2011. Opinions of fisheries researchers, managers and anglers towards recreational fishing issues: a comparative exploratory analysis for North America. Pages 51-74. In: T.D. Beard Jr., R. Arlinghaus, and S.G. Sutton, editors. The angler in the environment: social, economic, biological and ethical dimensions. Proceedings from the fifth world recreational fishing conference. American Fisheries Society Symposium 75.

Hühn, D. & R. Arlinghaus. 2011. Determinants of hooking mortality in freshwater recreational fisheries: a quantitative meta-analysis. Pages 141-170. In: T.D. Beard Jr., R. Arlinghaus, and S.G. Sutton, editors. The angler in the environment: social, economic, biological and ethical dimensions. Proceedings from the fifth world recreational fishing conference. American Fisheries Society Symposium 75.

Freudenberg, P., R. Arlinghaus, U. Brämick. 2009. Die Bedeutung des Angelns für Menschen mit Behinderung. Schriften des Instituts für Binnenfischerei e.V. Potsdam-Sacrow 24, 102 Seiten.
 

Aas, Ø., Arlinghaus, R. 2009. New markets for recreational fishing. In: M. Manfredo, J.J. Vaske, P.J. Brown, D.J. Decker (eds) Wildlife and Society: The Science of Human Dimensions. Inland Press, Washington, 229-243.

 

Arlinghaus, R., Cooke, S.J. 2009. Recreational Fisheries: Socioeconomic Importance, Conservation Issues and Management Challenges. In: B. Dickson, J. Hutton, W.A. Adams (eds) Recreational Hunting, Conservation and Rural Livelihoods: Science and Practice. Blackwell Publishing, 39-58.

 

FAO (Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations). 2008. EIFAC Code of practice for recreational fisheries. EIFAC Occasional paper No. 42, 45 Seiten

 

Steffens, W., Arlinghaus, R. 2008. Der Karpfen. Die Neue Brehm Bücherei Band 203, Westarp Wissenschaften, Hohenwarsleben, 228 Seiten.

 

Wichmann, T., Hiller, J., Arlinghaus, R. 2008. Anglerumfrage zur nachhaltigen Nutzung von Gewässern in Schutzgebieten und zur Entwicklung angeltouristischer Potentiale in Nordwestmecklenburg. Landesangelverband Mecklenburg.Vorpommern e.V., Görslow, 119 Seiten.

 

Arlinghaus, R. 2008. The social, economic and ecological importance of recreational fishing in Germany. In: B. Schweppe-Kraft (ed) Ecosystem services of natural and semi-natural ecosystems and ecoloigally sound land use. BFN-Skripten 237, Bundesamt für Naturschutz, Bonn, 103-108.

 

Arlinghaus, R. 2008. The social and economic significance of recreational fishing in Germany. In: Ø. Aas (ed) Global Challenges in Recreational Fisheries. Blackwell Science, Oxford, 25-29.

 

Arlinghaus, R., Cowx, I.G. 2008. Meaning and relevance of the ecosystem approach to recreational fisheries management: emphasis on the human dimension. In: Ø. Aas (ed) Global Challenges in Recreational Fisheries. Blackwell Science, Oxford, 56-74.

 

Lewin, W.-C., McPhee, D., Arlinghaus, R. 2008. Biological impacts of recreational fishing resulting from exploitation, stocking and introduction. In: Ø. Aas (ed) Global Challenges in Recreational Fisheries. Blackwell Science, Oxford, 75-92.

 

Arlinghaus, R. 2008. The challenge of ethical angling: the case of C&R and its relation to fish welfare. In: Ø. Aas (ed) Global Challenges in Recreational Fisheries. Blackwell Science, Oxford, 223-236.

Meinelt, T., Jendrusch, K., Arlinghaus, R. 2008. Competitive fishing in Germany: an overview. In: Ø. Aas (ed) Global Challenges in Recreational Fisheries. Blackwell Science, Oxford, 254-258.

Cowx, I.G., Arlinghaus, R. 2008. Recreational Fisheries in the twenty first century - Towards a code of conduct. In: Ø. Aas (ed) Global Challenges in Recreational Fisheries. Blackwell Science, Oxford, 338-352.

 

Arlinghaus, R., Cooke, S.J. 2008. Comparative perspectives on recreational fishing and hunting with implications for conservation and management. Cambridge University Press, in press.

 

Arlinghaus, R. 2008. Reconciling human use and conservation of recreational fishing resources. Proceedings of the Fourth World Fisheries Congress, American Fisheries Society, in press.

 

Wolter, C., Arlinghaus, R., Grosch, U.A., Vilcinskas, A. 2005. Rote Liste und Gesamtartenliste der Fische und Neunaugen (Pisces et Cyclostomata) von Berlin. In: Der Landesbeauftragte für Naturschutz und Landschaftspflege / Senatsverwaltung für Stadtentwicklung (Hrsg.), Rote Listen der gefährdeten Pflanzen und Tiere von Berlin. Erhältlich als CD-Rom.

 

Arlinghaus, R. 2004. Vergessene Schätze. Was macht Karpfen groß? In: W. Plickat, Modernes Karpfenangeln. Kosmos Verlag, Stuttgart, 88-89. 

 

Arlinghaus, R., Mehner, T., Cowx, I.G. 2003. Reconciling traditional inland fisheries management and sustainability in industrialized countries, with emphasis on Europe. In: C. Steinberg, W. Calmano, H. Klapper & R. -D.Wilken (Hrsg.), Handbuch angewandte Limnologie: Grundlagen, Gewässerbelastung, Restaurierung, Aquatische Toxikologie, Bewertung, Gewässerschutz, 16. Ergänzungslieferung 7/03 der Loseblatt Ausgabe. Ecomed, Landsberg am Lech, 44 S. (reprint aus Arlinghaus et al. 2003. Fish and Fisheries 3:261-316).

 

Arlinghaus, R., Pfeifer, M., Grosch, U.A., Wolter, C. 2002. Fischerei im Spree-Einzugsgebiet früher und heute. In: J. Köhler, J. Gelbrecht & M. Pusch (Hrsg.), Die Spree - Zustand, Probleme, Entwicklungsmöglichkeiten, Limnologie Aktuell Band 10. E. Schweizerbart´sche Verlagsbuchhandlung, Stuttgart, 210-220. (in German with English abstract)

 

Überblicksaufsätze und Essays (referiert) 

 

Arlinghaus, R. 2014. Are Current Research Evaluation Metrics Causing a Tragedy of the Scientific Commons and the Extinction of University-Based Fisheries Programs? Fisheries 39: 212-215.

 

Jörgensen, C., K. Enberg, E. Dunlop, R. Arlinghaus et al. 2007. Managing evolving fish stocks. Science, 318: 1247-1248.

 

Arlinghaus, R., S.J. Cooke, A. Schwab, I.G. Cooke. 2007. Fish welfare: a challenge of the feelings-based approach, with implications for recreational fishing. Fish and Fisheries, 8, 57-71.

 

Arlinghaus, R., S.J. Cooke, J. Lyman, D. Policansky, A. Schwab, C. Suski, S.G. Sutton, E.B. Thorstad 2007. Understanding the complexity of catch-and-release in recreational fishing: an integrative synthesis of global knowledge from historical, ethical, social, and biological perspectives. Reviews in Fisheries Science, 15: 75-167.

 

Lewin, W.-C., R. Arlinghaus, T. Mehner. 2006. Documented and potential biological impacts of recreational fishing: insights for management and conservation. Reviews in Fisheries Science, 14: 305-367.

 

Arlinghaus, R. 2006. Overcoming human obstacles to conservation of recreational fishery resources, with emphasis on central Europe. Environmental Conservation, 33:46-59.

 

Arlinghaus, R. 2005. A conceptual framework to identify and understand conflicts in recreational fisheries systems, with implications for sustainable management. Aquatic Resources, Culture and Development 1: 145-174.

 

Arlinghaus, R., S.J. Cooke.  2005. Global impact of recreational fisheries. Science 307: 1561-1562.

 

Arlinghaus, R., T. Mehner, I.G. Cowx. 2002. Reconciling traditional inland fisheries management and sustainability in industrialized countries, with emphasis on Europe. Fish and Fisheries 3: 261-316.

 

Sämtliche begutachteten Aufsätze chronologisch

 

144. Gray, S., Hilsberg, J., McFall, A., Arlinghaus, R. 2016. The structure and function of angler mental models about fish population ecology: The influence of specialization and target species.  Journal of Outdoor Recreation and Tourism, 12: 1-13.

 

143. Proebstl-Haider, U., Hunt, L., Haegeli, P., Beardmore, B., Arlinghaus, R. 2016. Obituary. Journal of Outdoor Recreation and Tourism, 12: iv.
 
142. Tsuboi, J., Morita, K., Klefoth, T., Endou, S., Arlinghaus, R. 2016. Behaviour-mediated alteration of positively size-dependent vulnerability to angling in response to historical fishing pressure in a freshwater salmonid. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 73: 461–468.
 
141. Arlinghaus, R., Alós, J., Klefoth, T., Laskowski, K.; Monk, C., Nakayama, S., Schröder, A. 2016. Consumptive tourism causes timidity, rather than boldness, syndromes: A response to Geffroy et al. Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 31: 92-94.
 
140. Fujitani, M.L., McFall, A., Randler, C., Arlinghaus, R. 2016. Efficacy of lecture-based environmental education for biodiversity conservation: a robust controlled field experiment with recreational anglers engaged in self-organized fish stocking. Journal of Applied Ecology, 53: 25–33.

 

139. Bearmore, B., Arlinghaus, R., Hunt, L.M. 2015. Dr. Wolfgang Haider (1953 –2015). Human Dimensions of Wildlife, 20: 563-565.

 

138. Landsman, S.J., Martins, E.G., Gutowsky, L.F.G., Suski, C.D., Arlinghaus, R., Cooke, S.J. 2015. Locomotor activity patterns of muskellunge (Esox masquinongy) assessed using tri-axial acceleration sensing acoustic transmitters. Environmental Biology of Fishes, 98: 2109-2121.

 

137. Pagel, T., Bekkevold, D., Pohlmeier, S., Wolter, C., Arlinghaus, R. 2015. Thermal and maternal environments shape the value of early hatching in a natural population of a strongly cannibalistic freshwater fish. Oecologia, 178: 951-965.

 

136. Ruppert-Winkel, C., Arlinghaus, R., Deppisch, S., Eisenack, K., Gottschlich, D., Hirschl, B., Matzdorf, B., Mölders, T., Padmanabhan, M., Selbmann, K., Ziegler, R., Plieninger, T. 2015. Characteristics, emerging needs, and challenges of transdisciplinary sustainability science: experiences from the German Social-Ecological Research Program. Ecology and Society, 20: 13.

 

135. Uusi-Heikkilä, S., Whiteley, A.R., Kuparinen, A., Matsumura, S., Venturelli, P.A., Wolter, C., Slate, J., Primmer, C.R., Meinelt, T., Killen, S.S., Bierbach, D., Polverino, G., Ludwig, A., Arlinghaus, R. 2015. The evolutionary legacy of size-selective harvesting extends from genes to populations. Evolutionary Applications, 8: 597-620. 

 

134. Stein, F., Doering-Arjes, P., Fladung, E., Brämick, U., Bendall, B., Schröder, B.  2015. Downstream migration of the European eel (Anguilla anguilla) in the Elbe river, Germany: Movement patterns and the potential impact of environmental factors. River Research and Applications, 2015:

 

133. Gwinn, D.C., Allen, M.S., Johnston, F.D., Brown, P., Todd, C.R., Arlinghaus, R. 2015. Rethinking length-based fisheries regulations: the value of protecting old and large fish with harvest slot. Fish and Fisheries, 16: 259-281.

 

132. Baktoft, H., Zajicek, P., Klefoth, T., Svendsen, J.C., Jacobsen, L., Pedersen, M. W., Morla, D.M., Skov, C., Nakayama, S., Arlinghaus, R. 2015. Performance assessment of two whole-lake acoustic positional telemetry systems - Is reality mining of free-ranging aquatic animals technologically possible? PLoS ONE, 10(5): e0126534.
 
131. Beardmore, B., Hunt, L.M., Haider, W., Dorow, M., Arlinghaus, R. 2015. Effectively managing angler satisfaction in recreational fisheries requires understanding the fish species and the anglers. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 72: 500-513.
 
 
130. Alós, J., Palmer, M., Trías, P., Díaz-Gil, C., Arlinghaus, R. 2015. Recreational angling intensity correlates with alteration of vulnerability to fishing in a carnivorous coastal fish species. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 72: 217-225.
 
129. Arlinghaus, R., Tillner, R., Bork, M. 2015. Explaining participation rates in recreational fishing across industrialised countries. Fisheries Management and Ecology, 22: 45-55.
 
128. Johnston, F., Beardmore, B., Arlinghaus, R. 2015. Optimal management of recreational fisheries in the presence of hooking mortality and noncompliance—predictions from a bioeconomic model incorporating a mechanistic model of angler behavior. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 72: 37-53.
 
127. Arlinghaus, R., Beardmore, B., Riepe, C., Meyerhoff, J., Pagel, T. 2014. Species-specific preferences of German recreational anglers for freshwater fishing experiences, with emphasis on theintrinsic utilities of fish stocking and wild fishes. Journal of Fish Biology, 85: 1843-1867.

 

126. Schwabe, M., Meinelt, T., Phan, T.M., Cooke, S.J., Arlinghaus, R. (2014). Absence of handling-induced Saprolegnia infectionin juvenile rainbow trout with implications for catch-and-release angling. North American Journal of Fisheries Management, 34: 1221-1226.

 

125. Schröder, A., van Leeuwen, A., Cameron, T.C. 2014. When  less  is  more:  positive population-level  effects  of  mortality. Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 29: 614-624.

 

124. Hühn, D., Lübke, K., Skov, C., Arlinghaus, R. 2014. Natural recruitment, density-dependent juvenile survival, and the potential for additive effects of stock enhancement: an experimental evaluation of stocking northern pike (Esox lucius) fry. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 71: 1508-1519.

 

 

123. Cooke, S.J., Arlinghaus, R., Bartley, D.M., Beard, T.D., Cowx, I.G., Essington, T.E., Jensen, O.P., Lynch, A., Taylor, W.W., Watson, R. 2014. Where the waters meet: sharing ideas and experiences between inland and marine realms to promote sustainable fisheries management. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 71: 1593-1601.

 

122. Riepe, C., Arlinghaus, R. 2014. Explaining anti-angling sentiments in the general population of Germany: an application of the cognitive hierarchy model. Human Dimensions of Wildlife, 19: 371-390.

 

121. Schlüter, M., Hinkel, J., Bots, P.W.G., Arlinghaus, R. 2014. Application of the SES framework for model-based analysis of the dynamics of social-ecological systems. Ecology and Society 19: 36.

 

120. Rose, J.D., Arlinghaus, R., Cooke, S.J., Diggles, B.K., Sawynok, W., Stevens, E. D. & Wynne, C.D.L 2014. Can fish really feel pain? Fish and Fisheries, 15: 97-133.

 

119. Laugen. A.T., Engelhard, G.H., Whitlock, R., Arlinghaus, R., Dankel, D.J., Dunlop, E.S., Eikeset, A.M., Enberg, K., Jørgensen, C., Matsumura, S., Nussle, S., Urbach, D., Baulier, L., Boukal, D.S., Ernande, B., Johnston, F.D., Mollet, F., Pardoe, H., Therkildsen, N.O., Uusi-Heikkilä, S., Vainikka, A., Heino, M., Rijnsdorp, A.D., Dieckmann, U. 2014. Evolutionary impact assessment: accounting for evolutionary consequences of fishing in an ecosystem approach to fisheries management. Fish and Fisheries, 15: 65-96.

 

118. Alós, J., Palmer, M., Linde-Medina, M., Arlinghaus, R. 2014. Consistent size-independent harvest selection on fish body shape in two recreationally exploited marine species. Ecology and Evolution 4: 2154-2164.

 

117. Eschbach, E., Nolte, A.W., Kohlmann, K., Kersten, P., Kail, J., Arlinghaus, R. (2014). Population differentiation of zander (Sander lucioperca) across native and newly colonized ranges suggests increasing admixture in the course of an invasion. Evolutionary Applications 7: 555-568.

 

116. Arlinghaus, R. 2014. Are current research evaluation metrics causing a tragedy of the scientific commons and the extinction of university-based fisheries programs? Fisheries 39: 212-215.

 

115. Stålhammar, M.,  Fränstam, T., Lindström, J., Höjesjö, J., Arlinghaus, R., Nilsson, P.A. 2014. Effects of lure type, fish size and water temperature on hooking location and bleeding in northern pike (Esox lucius) angled in the Baltic Sea. Fisheries Research, 157: 165-169.

 

114. Alós, J., Palmer, M., Catalan, I.A., Alonso-Fernández, A., Basterretxea, G., Jordi, A., Buttay, L., Morales-Nin, B., Arlinghaus, R. 2014. Selective exploitation of spatially structured coastal fish populations by recreational anglers may lead to evolutionary downsizing of adults. Marine Ecology Progress Series 503: 219-233.

 

113. Emmrich, M., Schälicke, S., Hühn, D., Lewin, C., Arlinghaus, R. 2014. No differences between littoral fish community structure of small natural and gravel pit lakes in the northern German lowlands. Limnologica 46: 84-92.

 

112. Hühn, D., Klefoth, T., Pagel, T., Zajicek, P., Arlinghaus, R. 2014. Impacts of external  and surgery-based tagging techniques on small northern pike under field conditions. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 34(2): 322-334.

 

111. Rapp, T.; Hallermann, J., Cooke, S.J., Hetz, S.K., Wuertz, S., Arlinghaus, R. 2014. Consequences of air exposure on the physiology and behaviour of caught-and-released common carp in the laboratory and under natural conditions. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 34(2): 232-246.

 

110. Ferter, K., Weltersbach, M.S., Strehlow, H.V., Vølstad, J.H., Alós, J., Arlinghaus, R., Armstrong, M., Dorow, M., de Graaf, M., van der Hammen, T., Hyder, K., Levrel, H., Paulrud, A., Radtke, K., Rocklin, D., Sparrevohn, C.R., Veiga, P. 2013. Unexpectedly high catch-and-release rates in European marine recreational fisheries: implications for science and management. ICES Journal of Marine Science 70(7): 1319-1329.

 

109. Allen, M., Hanson, M.J., Ahrends, R., Arlinghaus, R. 2013. Dynamic angling effort influences the value of minimum-length limits to prevent recruitment overfishing. Fisheries Management and Ecology 20: 247-257.

 

108. Gwinn, D.C., Allen, M.S., Johnston, F.D., Brown, P., Todd, C.R., Arlinghaus, R. 2013. Rethinking length-based fisheries regulations: the value of protecting old and large fish with harvest slots. Fish and Fisheries, in press (doi: 10.1111/faf.12053 standardseite.text.image1 standardseite.text.image0).

 

107. Cooke, S.J., Suski, C.D., Arlinghaus, R., Danylchuk, A.J. 2013. Voluntary institutions and behaviours as alternatives to formal regulations in recreational fisheries management. Fish and Fisheries 14: 439-457.

 

106. Johnston, F.D., Arlinghaus, R., Dieckmann, U. 2013. Fish life history, angler behaviour and optimal management of recreational fisheries. Fish and Fisheries 14: 554-579.

 

105. Daedlow, K., V. Beckmann, M. Schlüter und R. Arlinghaus. 2013. Explaining institutional persistence, adaptation, and transformation in East German recreational-fisheries governance after the German reunification in 1990. Ecological Economics 96: 36-50.

 

104. Krause, J., S. Krause, R. Arlinghaus, I. Psorakis, S. Roberts and C. Rutz. 2013. Reality mining of animal social systems. Trends in Ecology & Evolution 28: 541-551.

 

103. Heino, M., L. Baulier, D.S. Boukal, B. Ernande, F. D. Johnston, F.M. Mollet, H. Pardoe, N.O. Therkildsen, S. Uusi-Heikkilä, A. Vainikka, R. Arlinghaus, D.J. Dankel, E.S. Dunlop, A.M. Eikeset, K. Enberg, G.H. Engelhard, C. Jørgensen, A.T. Laugen, S. Matsumura, S. Nusslé, D. Urbach, R. Whitlock, A.D. Rijnsdorp und U. Dieckmann. 2013. Can fisheries-induced evolution shift reference points for fisheries management? ICES Journal of Marine Science 70(4): 707-721.

 

102. Klefoth, T., C. Skov, K. Aarestrup und R. Arlinghaus. 2013. Reliability of non-lethal assessment methods of body composition and energetic status exemplified by applications to eel (Anguilla anguilla) and carp (Cyprinus carpio). Fisheries Research 146:18-26.

 

101. Beardmore, B., W. Haider, L.M. Hunt, R. Arlinghaus. 2013. Evaluating the Ability of Specialization Indicators to Explain Fishing Preferences. Leisure Sciences 35:273-292.

 

100. Klefoth, T., T. Pieterek, and R. Arlinghaus. 2013. Impacts of domestication on angling vulnerability of common carp, Cyprinus carpio: the role of learning, foraging behaviour and food preferences. Fisheries Management and Ecology 20: 174–186.

 

99. Jansen, T., R. Arlinghaus, T. D. Als und C. Skov. 2013. Voluntary angler logbooks reveal long-term changes in a lentic pike, Esox lucius, population. Fisheries Management and Ecology 20: 125–136.

 

98. Hunt, L. M., S. G. Sutton und R. Arlinghaus. 2013. Illustrating the critical role of human dimensions research for understanding and managing recreational fisheries within a social-ecological system framework. Fisheries Management and Ecology 20: 111–124.

 

97. Heermann, L., M. Emmrich, M. Heynen, M. Dorow, U. König, J. Borcherding und R. Arlinghaus. 2013. Explaining recreational angling catch rates of Eurasian perch, Perca fluviatilis: the role of natural and fishing-related environmental factors. Fisheries Management and Ecology 20: 187–200.

 

96. Fenichel, E. P., B. Gentner, und R. Arlinghaus. 2013. Normative considerations for recreational fishery management: a bioeconomic framework for linking positive science and normative fisheries policy decisions. Fisheries Management and Ecology 20: 223–233.

 

95. Dedual, M., O. Sague Pla, R. Arlinghaus, A. Clarke, K. Ferter, P. Geertz Hansen, D. Gerdeaux, F. Hames, S. J. Kennelly, A. R. Kleiven, A. Meraner und B. Ueberschär. 2013. Communication between scientists, fishery managers and recreational fishers: lessons learned from a comparative analysis of international case studies. Fisheries Management and Ecology 20: 234–246.

 

94. Arlinghaus, R., J. Krause. 2013. Wisdom of the crowd and natural resource
management. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 28 (1): 8-11.

 

93. Alós, J., R. Arlinghaus. 2013. Impacts of partial marine protected areas on coastal fish communities exploited by recreational angling. Fisheries Research 137 (2013): 88-96.

 

92. Rose, J.D., R. Arlinghaus, S.J. Cooke, B.K. Diggles, W. Sawynok, E.D. Stevens, C.D.L. Wynne. 2012. Can fish really feel pain? Fish and Fisheries (online): 1-37.

 

91. Laugen, A.T., G.H. Engelhard, R. Whitlock, R. Arlinghaus, D.J. Dankel, E.S. Dunlop, A.M. Eikeset, K. Engberg, C. Jorgensen, S. Matsumura, S. Nusslé, D. Urbach, L. Baulier, D.S. Boukal, B. Ernande, F.D. Johnston, F. Mollet, H. Pardoe, N.O. Therkildsen, S. Uusi-Heikkilä, A. Vainikka, M. Heino, A.D. Rijnsdorp, U. Dieckmann. 2012. Evolutionary impact assessment: accounting for evolutionary consequences of fishing in an ecosystem approach to fisheries management. Fish and Fisheries (online): 1-32.

 

90. Matsumura, S., R. Arlinghaus, U. Dieckmann. 2012. Standardizing Selection Strengths to Study Selection in the Wild: A Critical Comparison and Suggestions for the Future. BioScience 62(12):1039-1054.

 

89. Sutter, A.H., C.D. Suski, D.P. Philipp, T. Klefoth, D.H. Wahl, P. Kersten, S.J. Cooke, R. Arlinghaus. 2012. Recreational fishing selectively captures individuals with the highest fitness potential. PNAS 109 (51). 20960-20965.

 

88. Alós, J., M. Palmer, R. Arlinghaus. 2012. Consistent Selection towards Low Activity Phenotypes When Catchability Depends on Encounters among Human Predators and Fish. PLOS one 7 (10): 1-10.

 

87. Uusi-Heikkilä, S., L. Böckenhoff, C. Wolter, R. Arlinghaus. 2012. Differential Allocation by Female Zebrafish (Danio rerio) to Different-Sized Males – An Example in a Fish Species
Lacking Parental Care. PLOS one 7 (10): 1-7.

 

86. Binder, T.R., M.A. Nannini, D.H. Wahl, R. Arlinghaus, T. Klefoth, D.P. Philipp, S.J. Cooke. 2012. Largemouth Bass selected for differential vulnerability to angling Eehibit similar routine locomotory activity in experimental ponds. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society, 141 (5): 1252-1259.

 

85. Dorow, M., R. Arlinghaus. 2012. The Relationship between Personal Commitment to Angling and the Opinions and Attitudes of German Anglers towards the Conservation and Management of the European Eel Anguilla anguilla. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 32: 466-479.

 

84. Klefoth, T., C. Skov, J. Krause, R. Arlinghaus. 2012. The role of ecological context and predation risk-stimuli in revealing the true picture about the genetic basis of boldness evolution in fish. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 66: 547-559.

 

83. Arlinghaus, R., A. Schwab, C. Riepe, T. Teel. 2012. A Primer on Anti-Angling Philosophy and Its Relevance for Recreational Fisheries in Urbanized Societies. Fisheries 37 (4): 153-164.

 

82. Arlinghaus, R., T.D. Beard Jr., S.J. Cooke, I.G. Cowx. 2012. Benefits and Risks of Adopting the Global Code of Practice for Recreational Fisheries. Fisheries 37 (4): 165-172.

 

81. Rapp, T., J. Hallermann, S.J. Cooke, S.K. Hetz, S. Wuertz, R. Arlinghaus. 2012. Physiological and behavioural consequences of capture and retention in carp sacks on common carp (Cyprinus carpio L.), with implications for catch-and-release recreational fishing. Fisheries Research 125-126: 57-68.

 

80. Uusi-Heikkilä, S., A. Kuparinen, C. Wolter, T. Meinelt, R. Arlinghaus. 2012. Paternal body size affects reproductive success in laboratory-held zebrafish (Danio rerio). Environmental Biology of Fishes 93: 461-474.

 

79. Schlüter, M., R.R.J. McAllister, R. Arlinghaus, N. Bunnefeld, K. Eisenack, F. Hölker, E.J. Milner-Gulland, B. Müller. 2012. New horizons for managing the environment: A review of coupled social-ecological systems modeling. Natural Resource Modeling 25 (1): 219-272.

 

78. Skov, C., A. Koed, L. Baastrup-Spohr, R. Arlinghaus (2011): Dispersal, Growth, and Diet of Stocked and Wild Northern Pike Fry in a Shallow Natural Lake, with Implications for the Management of Stocking Programs. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 31: 1177-1186.

77. Whiteley, A.R., A. Bhat, E.P. Martins, R.L. Mayden, M. Arunachalam, S. Uusi-Heikkilä, A.T.A. Ahmed, J. Shrestha, M. Clark, D. Stemple, and L. Bernatchez. 2011. Population genomics of wild and laboratory zebrafish (Danio rerio). Molecular Ecology. 20: 4259-4276.


76. Johnston, F. D., R. Arlinghaus, J. Stelfox and J.R. Post. 2011. Decline in angler use despite increased catch rates: Anglers' response to the implementation of a total catch-and-release regulation. Fisheries Research 110(1):189-197.

75. Klefoth, T., A. Kobler, and R. Arlinghaus. 2011. Behavioural and fitness consequences of direct and indirect non-lethal disturbances in a catch-and-release northern pike (Esox lucius) fishery. Knowledge and Management of Aquatic Ecosystems. 403.


74. Beardmore, B, Haider W, Hunt L, Arlinghaus R. 2011. The Importance of Trip Context for Determining Primary Angler Motivations: Are More Specialized Anglers More Catch-Oriented than Previously Believed? North American Journal of Fisheries Management. 31(5):861-879.

73. Hunt, L.M., R. Arlinghaus, N. Lester, R. Kushneriuk. 2011. The effects of regional angling effort, angler behavior, and harvesting efficiency on landscape patterns of overfishing. Ecological Applications. 21:2555-2575.


72. Schäfer, R.B., S.J. Cooke, R. Arlinghaus, N. Bonada, F. Brischoux, A.F. Casper, J.A. Catford, and V. Rolland. 2011. Pespectives from early career researchers on the publication process in ecology - a response to Statzner & Resh (2010). Freshwater Biology. 56:2405-2412.


71. Van Poorten, B., Arlinghaus, R., Daedlow, K., Haertel-Borer, S. 2011. Socialecological interactions, management panaceas, and the future of wild fish. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the U.S.A. 108, 12554–12559.

70. Beard, T. D. Jr, R. Arlinghaus, S. J. Cooke, P. B. McIntyre, S. De Silva, D. Bartley and I. G. Cowx. 2011. Ecosystem approach to inland fisheries: research needs and implementation strategies. Biology Letters 7:481-483.


69. Daedlow, K., V. Beckmann, R. Arlinghaus. 2011. Assessing an adaptive cycle in a social system under external pressure to change: the importance of intergroup relations in recreational fisheries governance. Ecology and Society. 16(2):3.


68. Beardmore, B., M. Dorow, W. Haider, and R. Arlinghaus. 2011. The elasticity of fishing effort response and harvest outcomes to altered regulatory policies in eel (Anguilla anguilla) recreational angling. Fisheries Research 110:136–148.

67. Matsumura, S., R. Arlinghaus, U. Dieckman. 2011. Assessing evolutionary consequences of size-selective recreational fishing on multiple life-history traits, with an application to northern pike (Esox lucius). Evolutionary Ecology Research 25:711–735.


66. O'Connor, C.M., K.M. Gilmour, R. Arlinghaus, S. Matsumura, C.D. Suski, D.P. Philipp, S.J. Cooke. 2011. The consequences of short-term cortisol elevation on individual physiology and growth rate in wild largemouth bass (Micropterus salmoides).Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 68:693–705.


65. Uusi-Heikkilä, S., A. Kuparinen, C. Wolter, T. Meinelt, A. C. O'Toole and R. Arlinghaus. 2011. Experimental assessment of the probabilistic maturation. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. 278:709-717.{C}


64. O'Connor, C.M., K.M. Gilmour, R. Arlinghaus, C.T. Hasler, D.P. Phillip, and S.J. Cooke. 2010. Seasonal carryover effects following the administration of cortisol to a wild teleost fish. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology. 83:950-957.


63. Uusi-Heikkilä, S., C. Wolter, T. Meinelt, and R. Arlinghaus. 2010. Size-dependent reproductive success of wild zebrafish Danio rerio in the laboratory. Journal of Fish Biology. 77:552-569.


62. Fleischman, F.D., K. Boenning, G. A. Garcia-Lopez, S. Mincey, M. Schmitt-Harsh, K. Daedlow, M. Lopez, X. Basurto, B. Fischer, and E. Ostrom. 2010. Disturbance, response, and persistence in self-organized forested communities: analysis of robustness and resilience in five communities in Southern Indiana. Ecology and Society. 15(4):9.

61. Gillis, N.C., R. Rapp, C.T. Hasler, H. Wachelka, and S.J. Cooke. 2010. Spatial ecology of adult muskellunge (Esox masquinongy) in the urban Ottawa reach of the historic Rideau Canal, Canada. Aquatic Living Resources 23:225-230.


60. Hirsch, D., G. Abrami, R. Giordano, S. Liersch, N. Matin, M. Schlüter. 2010. Participatory Research for Adaptive Water Management in a Transition Country – a Case Study from Uzbekistan. Ecology and Society 15 (3): 23.


59. Schlüter, M., D. Hirsch, C. Pahl-Wostl. 2010. Coping with change: responses of the Uzbek water management regime to socio-economic transition and global change. Environmental Science & Policy: 1-17.

58. Teel, T.L., M.J. Manfredo, F.S. Jensen, A.E. Buijs, A. Fischer, C. Riepe, R. Arlinghaus, M.H. Jacobs. 2010. Understanding the Cognitive Basis for Human–Wildlife Relationships as a Key to Successful Protected-Area Management. International Journal of Sociology 3: 104–123.

57. Johnsten, F., R. Arlinghaus, U. Dieckmann. 2010. Diversity and complexity of angler behaviour drive socially optimal input and output regulations in a bioeconomic recreational-fisheries model. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 67: 1507-1531.


56. Matsumura, S., Arlinghaus, R., U. Dieckmann. 2010. Foraging on spatially distributed resources with sub-optimal movement, imperfect information, and travelling costs: departures from the ideal free distribution. Oikos 119: 1469–1483.


55. Kuparinen, A., T. Klefoth, R.  Arlinghaus. 2010. Abiotic and fishing-related correlates of angling catch rates in pike (Esox lucius). Fisheries Research 105: 111–117.

54. Cowx, I.G., R. Arlinghaus, S.J. Cooke. 2010. Harmonizing recreational fisheries and conservationobjectives for aquatic biodiversity in inland waters. Journal of Fish Biology 76: 2194–2215.


53. Arlinghaus, R., Matsumura, S., U. Dieckmann. 2010. The conservation and fishery benefits of protecting large pike (Esox lucius L.) by harvest regulations in recreational fishing. Biological Conservation 143:1444-1459.
 

50. Freudenberg, P., Arlinghaus, R. 2009. Benefits and constraintf of outdoor recreation for people with physical disabilities: Inferences from recreational fishing. Leisure Sciences 32: 55-71.

 

49. Arlinghaus, R., A. Schwab, S. J. Cooke, I. G. Cowx. 2009. Contrasting pragmatic and suffering-centred approaches to fish welfare in recreational angling. Journal of Fish Biology 75:2448–2463.

 

48. Redpath, T.D., S.J. Cooke, R. Arlinghaus, D.H. Wahl, D.P. Philipp. 2009. Life-history traits and energetic status in relation to vulnerability to angling in an experimentally selected teleost fish. Evolutionary Applications 2(3):312-323.


47. Johnson, B.M., R. Arlinghaus, P. Martinez. 2009. Are we doing all we can to stem the tide of illegal fish stocking? Fisheries 34(8):389-394.


46. Arlinghaus, R., S. Matsumura, U. Dieckmann. 2009. Quantifying selection differentials caused by recreational fishing: development of modeling framework and application to reproductive investment in pike (Esox lucius). Evolutionary Apllications 2(3):335-355.


45. Alos, J., R. Arlinghaus, M. Palmer, D. March, I. Alvarez. 2009. The influence of type of natural bait on fish catches and hooking location in a mixed-species marine recreational fishery, with implications for management. Fisheries Research 97(3):270-277.


44. Arlinghaus, R., T. Klefoth, S.J. Cooke, A. Gingerich, C. Suski. 2009. Physiological and behavioural consequences of catch-and-release angling on northern pike (Esox lucius L.). Fisheries Research 97(3):223-233.


43. Freudenberg, P., R. Arlinghaus. 2008. Differences between Organzied and Nonorganized Anglers in an Urban Environment (Berlin, Germany) and the Social Capital of Angler Organizations. American Fisheries Society Symposium, 67:113-132.
 

42. Arlinghaus, R., B.M. Johnson, C. Wolter. 2008. The past, present and future role of limnology within freshwater fisheries science. International Review of Hydrobiology, 93:541-549.

 

41. Arlinghaus, R., T. Klefoth, S.J. Cooke. 2008. The behavioural consequences of releasing northern pike (Esox lucius) without removal of artificial lures. Fisheries Management and Ecology, 15:459-466.


40. Granek, E.F., E.M.P. Madin, M.A. Brown, W. Figueira, D.S. Cameron, Z. Hogan, G. Kristianson, P. de Villiers, J. E. Williams, J. Post, S. Zahn, R. Arlinghaus. 2007. Engaging Recreational Fishers in Management and Conservation: Global Case Studies. Conservation Biology, 22(5):1125-1134.


39. Rapp, T., S.J. Cooke, R. Arlinghaus. 2008. Exploitation of specialised fisheries resources: The importance of hook size in recreational angling for large common carp (Cyprinus carpio L.). Fisheries Research, 94:79-83.


38. Kobler A., T. Klefoth, R. Arlinghaus. 2008. Site fidelity and seasonal changes in activity centre size of female pikeEsox lucius in a small lake. Journal of Fish Biology, 73:584-596.
 

37. Uusi-Heikkilä, S., C. Wolter, T. Klefoth, R. Arlinghaus. 2008. A behavioural perspective on fishing-induced evolution. Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 23:419-421.

 

36. Thompsen, L.A., S.J. Cooke, M.R. Donaldson, K.C. Hanson, A. Gingerich, T. Klefoth, R. Arlinghaus. 2008. Physiology, Behavior, and Survival of Angled and Air-Exposed Largemouth Bass. North American Journal of Fisheries Management, 28:1059-1068.

 

35. Arlinghaus, R., M. Bork, E. Fladung. 2008. Understanding the heterogeneity among anglers across an urban-rural gradient (Berlin, Germany), with implications for fisheries management. Fisheries Research, 92:53-62.
 

34. Rapp, T., T. Meinelt, A. Krüger, R. Arlinghaus. 2008. Acute toxicity of preservatives in organic baits used in carp,Cyprinus carpio, recreational angling. Fisheries Management and Ecology, 15:163-166.

 

33. Jörgensen, C., K. Enberg, E. Dunlop, R. Arlinghaus et al. 2008. The role of fisheries-induced evolution - response. Science, 320:48-50.

 

32. Arlinghaus, R. 2008. Social barriers to sustainable recreational fisheries management under quasi common property fishing rights regime. American Fisheries Society Symposium, 49:105-122.

 

31. Donaldson, M.R., R. Arlinghaus, K.C. Hanson, S.J. Cooke. 2008. Enhancing catch-and-release science with biotelemetry. Fish and Fisheries, 9:79-105.30. Klefoth, T., A. Kobler, R. Arlinghaus. 2008. The impact of catch-and-release on short term behaviour and habitat choice of pike, Esox lucius. Hydrobiologia, 601:99-110.

29. Arlinghaus, R., T. Klefoth, A. Kobler, S.J. Cooke. 2008. Size-selectivity, capture efficiency, injury, handling time and determinants of initial hooking mortality of angled northern pike (Esox lucius L.): the influence of bait type and size. North American Journal of Fisheries Management, 28:123-134.

 

28. Kobler A., T. Klefoth, C. Wolter, F. Fredrich, R. Arlinghaus. 2008. Contrasting pike (Esox lucius) movement, habitat choice and diel activity patterns between summer and winter in a small lake. Hydrobiologia, 601:17-27.
 

27. Jörgensen, C., K.Enberg, E. Dunlop, R. Arlinghaus et al. 2007. Managing evolving fish stocks. Science, 318:1247-1248.

 

26. Gingerich, A.J., S. J. Cooke, K. Hansen, M. Donaldson, C. Hasler, C. Suski, R. Arlinghaus. 2007. Evaluation of the interactive effects of air exposure duration and water temperature on the condition and survival of angled and released fish. Fisheries Research, 86:169-178.

 

25. Arlinghaus, R., S.J. Cooke, A. Schwab, I.G. Cooke. 2007. Fish welfare: a challenge of the feelings-based approach, with implications for recreational fishing. Fish and Fisheries, 8:57-71.

 

24. Arlinghaus, R., S. J. Cooke, J. Lyman, D. Policansky, A. Schwab, C. Suski, S.G. Sutton, E.B. Thorstad. 2007. Understanding the complexity of catch-and-release in recreational fishing: an integrative synthesis of global knowledge from historical, ethical, social, and biological perspectives. Reviews in Fisheries Science, 15:75-167.

 

23. Arlinghaus, R., J. Hallermann. 2007. Effects of air exposure on mortality and growth of undersized pike-perch, Sander lucioperca, at low water temperatures with implications for catch-and-release fishing. Fisheries Management and Ecology, 14:155-160.

 

22. Arlinghaus, R. 2007. Voluntary catch-and-release can generate conflict within the recreational angling community: a qualitative case study of specialised carp, Cyprinus carpio, angling in Germany. Fisheries Management and Ecology, 14:161-171.

 

21. Lewin, W.-C., R. Arlinghaus, T. Mehner. 2006.  Documented and potential biological impacts of recreational fishing: insights for management and conservation. Reviews in Fisheries Science, 14:305-367.

 

20. Arlinghaus, R. 2006. Understanding recreational angling participation in Germany: preparing for demographic change. Human Dimensions of Wildlife, 11:229-240.

 

19. Arlinghaus, R. 2006. On the apparently striking disconnect between motivation and satisfaction in recreational fishing: the case of catch orientation of German anglers. North American Journal of Fisheries Management, 26:592-605.

 

18. Arlinghaus, R. 2006. Overcoming human obstacles to conservation of recreational fishery resources, with emphasis on central Europe. Environmental Conservation, 33:46-59.

 

17. Arlinghaus, R. 2005. A conceptual framework to identify and understand conflicts in recreational fisheries systems, with implications for sustainable management. Aquatic Resources, Culture and Development 1:145-174.

 

16. Arlinghaus, R., T. Mehner. 2005. Determinants of management preferences of recreational anglers in Germany: habitat management versus fish stocking. Limnologica 35:2-17.

 

15. Arlinghaus, R., Cooke, S.J. 2005. Global impact of recreational fisheries. Science 307:1561-1562.

 

14. Arlinghaus, R., M. Niesar. 2005. Nutrient digestibility of angling groundbaits for carp (Cyprnius carpio L.) and implications of groundbaiting for recreational fisheries management. Fisheries Management and Ecology 12:91-97.

 

13. Hickley, P., R. Arlinghaus, R. Tyner, M. Aprahamian, K. Parry, M. Carter. 2004. Rehabilitation of urban lake fisheries for angling by managing habitat: general overview and case studies from England and Wales. Ecohydrology & Hydrobiology 4:365-378.

 

12. Wolter, C., R. Arlinghaus, A. Sukhodolov, C. Engelhardt. 2004. A model of navigation-induced currents in inland waterways and implications for juvenile fish displacement. Environmental Management 34:656-668.

 

11. Arlinghaus, R., T. Mehner. 2004. A management-orientated comparative analysis of urban and rural anglers living in a metropolis (Berlin, Germany). Environmental Management 33:331-344.

 

10. Mehner, T., R. Arlinghaus, S. Berg, H. Dörner, L. Jacobsen, P. Kasprzak, R. Koschel, T. Schulze, C. Skov, C. Wolter, K. Wysujack. 2004. How to link biomanipulation and sustainable fisheries management: a step-by-step guideline for lakes of the European temperate zone. Fisheries Management and Ecology 11:261-275.

 

9. Niesar, M., R. Arlinghaus, B. Rennert, T. Mehner. 2004. Coupling insights from a carp (Cyprinus carpio L.) angler survey with feeding experiments to evaluate composition, quality, and phosphorus input of groundbait in coarse fishing. Fisheries Management and Ecology 11:225-235.

 

8. Arlinghaus, R., T. Mehner. 2004. Testing the reliability and construct validity of a simple and inexpensive procedure to measure the use value of recreational fishing. Fisheries Management and Ecology 11:61-64.

 

7. Wolter, C., R. Arlinghaus. 2003. Navigation impacts on freshwater fish assemblages: the ecological relevance of swimming performance. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 13:63-89.

 

6. Arlinghaus, R., T. Mehner. 2003. Management preferences of urban anglers: habitat rehabilitation measures versus other options. Fisheries 28(6):10-17.

 

5. Arlinghaus, R., M. Wirth, B. Rennert. 2003. Digestibility measurements in juvenile tench [Tinca tinca (L.)] by using the continuous filtration device for fish faeces. Journal of Applied Ichthyology 19:152-156.

 

4. Arlinghaus, R., C. Wolter. 2003. Amplitude of ecological potential: chub Leuciscus cepahlus (L.) spawning in an artificial lowland canal. Journal of Applied Ichthyology 19:52-54.

 

3. Arlinghaus, R., T. Mehner. 2003. Socio-economic characterisation of specialised common carp (Cyprinus carpio L.) anglers in Germany, and implications for inland fisheries management and eutrophication control. Fisheries Research 61:19-33.

 

2. Arlinghaus, R., C. Engelhardt, A. Sukhodolov, C. Wolter. 2002. Fish recruitment in a canal with intensive navigation: implications for ecosystem management. Journal of Fish Biology 61:1386-1402.

 

1. Arlinghaus, R., T. Mehner, I.G. Cowx. 2002. Reconciling traditional inland fisheries management and sustainability in industrialized countries, with emphasis on Europe. Fish and Fisheries 3:261-316.

 

 

Sonstige Publikationen

 

 
2014 
 

Arlinghaus, R. 2014. Vom Angler zum Tierquäler - die Sicht der Gesellschaft. Rute und Rolle, 10/2014: 56-57.

 

Arlinghaus, R. 2014. Aussagekräftige Anglerstudien. Rute und Rolle, 09/2014: 52-53.

 

Arlinghaus, R. 2014. Stellungnahme zu "Angeln und Tierschutz: Der Grund muss eben "vernünftig" sein!" Fischer und Teichwirt 06/2014: 202.

 

Arlinghaus, R. 2014. Entnahmefenster: legal oder illegal? Rute und Rolle 07/2014: 48-49.

 

Arlinghaus, R. 2014. Anglerglück. Rute und Rolle 05/2014: 56-57.

 

Arlinghaus, R. 2014. Eine Frage der Zeit. Rute und Rolle  04/2014: 70-71.

 

Arlinghaus, R. 2014. Angler sind wie Fußballfans. Rute und Rolle 03/2014: 74-75. 

 

Arlinghaus, R. 2014. Eine Frage des Charakters. Rute und Rolle 02/2014: 76-77.

 

Arlinghaus, R. 2014. Können Hechte & Co lernen? Rute und Rolle 01/2014: 74-75.

 

Arlinghaus, R. 2014.  Eine kritische Auseinandersetzung mit kürzlich publizierten Darstellungen des tierschutzwidrigen Angelns ohne Verwertungsabsicht in den Massenmedien. Fischer und Teichwirt 01/2014: 12 -17.

 

Riepe, C. & Arlinghaus, R. 2014. Einstellungen der Bevölkerung in Deutschland zum Tierschutz in der Angelfischerei. Berichte des IGB, Heft 27/2014.

 
 
2013
 
 

Arlinghaus, R. 2013. Bärendienste. Allgemeine Fischerei Zeitung Fischwaid 05/2013: 4-7.

 

Arlinghaus, R. 2013. Was Brutpflege mit Unfangbarkeit zu tun hat. Rute und Rolle 12/2013: 76-77.

 

Arlinghaus, R., Cyrus, E.M. 2013. Empfinden Fische Schmerzen? Forum Flusskrebse Heft 20: 16-20.

 

Arlinghaus, R., Cyrus, E.M. 2013. Empfinden Fische Schmerzen? Fischer und Teichwirt 10/2013: 369.

 

Arlinghaus, R. 2013. Bärendienste. Offener Brief zur NDR Dokumentation „Hobby mit Widerhaken“ und zum begleitenden Zeit-Artikel „Ein Foto mit dem Dicken“ von Carsten Rau und Team. Rute und Rolle 11/2013: 18-20.

 

Arlinghaus, R. 2013. Was hat Angeln mit Charles Darwin zu tun? Rute und Rolle 11/2013: 76-77. 

 

Arlinghaus, R. 2013. Empfinden Fische Schmerz? Rute und Rolle 10/2013: 18-19.

 

Arlinghaus, R. 2013. Ein Abgesang aufs Mindestmaß? Rute und Rolle 9/2013: 60-61.

 

Arlinghaus, R., Beck, M. 2013. Fürsorgliche Fischväter hängen häufig am Haken. Jahresforschungsbericht 2012 vom Leibniz-Institut für Gewässerökologie und Binnenfischerei: 32. 

 

Arlinghaus, R., Cyrus, E.-M. 2013. Internationale Handlungsempfehlungen für eine nachhaltige Angelfischerei veröffentlicht. Jahresforschungsbericht 2012 vom Leibniz-Institut für Gewässerökologie und Binnenfischerei: 35.

 

Arlinghaus, R. 2013. Zu sexy für diese Welt. Jahresforschungsbericht 2012 vom Leibniz-Institut für Gewässerökologie und Binnenfischerei: 25.

 

Arlinghaus, R., Klefoth, T., Cyrus, E.M., Doering-Arjes, P. 2013. Leben nach dem Fang. Fisch und Fang 2/2013: 112-115.

 

Beck, M., Cyrus, E.M., Arlinghaus, R. 2013. Internationale Handlungsempfehlungen für eine nachhaltige Angelfischerei. Blinker 3/2013: 112. 

 

Klefoth, T., Arlinghaus, R. 2013. Hakvermeidung von Schuppen- und Spiegelkarpfen wissenschaftlich untersucht. Carp Connect 56: 34-38.

 
 
2012
 
 

Arlinghaus, R., E.-M. Cyrus, T. Rapp, J. Hallermann. 2012. Die Sache mit dem Sack. Rute & Rolle 11: 58-60.

 

Arlinghaus, R. 2012. Anglerwissen aus der Forschung. Fisch und Fang 53(6): 112-116.

 

Arlinghaus, R. 2012. Welse und Karpfen sind sehr robust. Fisch und Fang 53(2): 24-27 (with associated 20 minute DVD shooting entitled Nachgehakt bei Dr. Robert Arlinghaus).

 

Arlinghaus, R. 2012. Der Hecht im Küchenfenster. Fisch und Fang 3/2012: 112-116. 

 

Cyrus, E.M., Arlinghaus, R., Klefoth, T. 2012. Auch Karpfen haben eine Persönlichkeit - zeigen das aber nur in gefährlichen Situationen. Fischer und Teichwirt 09/2012: 325.

 

Schälicke, S., Hühn, D., Arlinghaus, R. 2012. Strukturierende Faktoren der litoralen Fischartengemeinschaft angelfischereilich bewirtschafteter Baggerseen in Niedersachsen. Forschungsbericht des Besatzfisch Projekts, Leibniz-Institut für Gewässerökologie und Binnenfischerei, Berlin, 73 Seiten.

 
 
2011
 

Arlinghaus, R., F. Johnston. 2011. Anglerverhalten und optimales Fischereimanagement. Leibniz-Institut für Gewässerökologie und Binnenfischerei, Jahresforschungsbericht 2010: S. 36.

 

Klefoth, T., R. Arlinghaus. 2011. 3-D-Telemetrie am Kleinen Döllnsee. Fischverhalten und Fitness. Leibniz-Institut für Gewässerökologie und Binnenfischerei, Jahresforschungsbericht 2010: 24-25.

 
 
2010
 
 

Arlinghaus, R., T. Meinelt. 2010.  Angeln im Küchenfenster oder warum grosse Hechte doch schützenswert sind. Fischer & Angler in Sachsen Herbst 2010: S.128.

 

Arlinghaus, R., E.-M. Cyrus, G. Wiemer. 2010.  Besatzfisch – Hand in Hand für eine nachhaltige Angelfischerei. Verbundjournal Ausgabe 84: S.18.

 

Parkkila, K., Arlinghaus, R., Artell, J., Gentner, B., Haider, W., Aas, Ø., Barton, D., Roth, E., Sipponen, M. 2010. Methodologies for assessing socio-economic benefits of European inland recreational fisheries. EIFAC Occasional Paper No. 46.  FAO (Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations), Ankara.

 

Arlinghaus, R. 2010.  Der „Anglerknigge“ – erster globaler Verhaltens- und Bewirtschaftungskodex für die Hobbyfischerei. IGB-Jahresforschungsbericht 2009: S. 40.

 

Arlinghaus, R. 2010.  Besatzfisch – Hand in Hand für eine nachhaltige Angelfischerei. IGB-Jahresforschungsbericht 2009: 10-11.

 

Arlinghaus, R.,  N. Neumann. 2010.  Vom Faulpelz zum Draufgänger. Verbundjournal Ausgabe 81: S. 23.

 

Arlinghaus, R.,  N. Neumann. 2010. Der „Anglerknigge“. Verbundjournal Ausgabe 81: S. 22.

 

Arlinghaus, R., Kobler, A., Klefoth, T. 2010. Lauer-Räuber auf der Spur. Fisch & Fang 51(6): 104-107.

 

Fladung, E., R. Arlinghaus. 2010. Angler am Haken der Wissenschaft: Teil 5 Schlussfolgerungen und Empfehlungen für die Praxis. Der Märkische Angler 3/2010: 28-29.

 

Fladung, E., R. Arlinghaus. 2010. Angler am Haken der Wissenschaft: Teil 4 Probleme und Managementvorstellungen. Der Märkische Angler 2/2010: 22-23.

 
 
2009
 
 

Arlinghaus, R., M. Dorow. 2009. Quo vadis Angelfischerei auf Aal. Jahresforschungsbericht 2008. Leibniz-Institut für Gewässerökologie und Binnenfischerei, Berlin: S. 26.

 

Neumann, N., R. Arlinghaus 2009. Aale angeln. Verbundjournal 77: 17.

 

Fladung, E., R. Arlinghaus. 2009. Angler am Haken der Wissenschaft: Teil 3 Motivation und Zufriedenheit. Der Märkische Angler 4/2009: 18-19.

 

Fladung, E., R. Arlinghaus. 2009. Angler am Haken der Wissenschaft: Teil 2 Angelaktivitäten und –vorlieben. Der Märkische Angler 2/2009: 14-15.

 

Fladung, E., R. Arlinghaus. 2009. Angler am Haken der Wissenschaft: Teil 1 Demographie. Der Märkische Angler 1/2009: 10-11.

 
 
2008
 
 

Klefoth, T., R. Arlinghaus. 2008. Wie verhält sich der geangelte Hecht? Jahresforschungsbericht 2007, Leibniz-Institut für Gewässerökologie und Binnenfischerei, Berlin: S. 26.

 
 
2007
 
 

Arlinghaus, R., D. Hühn. 2007. Auf Wiedersehen. Fisch & Fang 12: 40-44.

 
 
2001
 
 

Arlinghaus, R., Meyer, J. 2001. Wieso, Weshalb, Warum. Ein Bericht zur Nahrungsaufnahme, Ködergröße und Attraktorwirkung bei Karpfen. Teil 3. Carp Connect Nr. 7: 45-49.

 

Arlinghaus, R., Meyer, J. 2001. Wieso, Weshalb, Warum. Ein Bericht zur Nahrungsaufnahme, Ködergröße und Attraktorwirkung bei Karpfen. Teil 2. Carp Connect Nr. 6: 15-19.

 
 
2000
 
 

Arlinghaus, R., Meyer, J. 2000. Wieso, Weshalb, Warum. Ein Bericht zur Nahrungsaufnahme, Ködergröße und Attraktorwirkung bei Karpfen. Teil 1. Carp Connect, Nr. 5: 25-29.

 
 
1999
 
 

Arlinghaus, R. 1999. Karpfenrassen. Carp Connect Nr. 1: 20-22.

 

Arlinghaus, R., Meyer, J. 1999. Boilies hausgemacht. Karpfenscene Nr. 2: 70-77.

 

Arlinghaus, R., Brodrecht, F. 1999. Ein Karpfen packt aus. Fisch & Fang Nr. 5: 74-76.

 

Arlinghaus, R. 1999. Diplomatie und Karpfenangeln – ein Widerspruch der keiner ist. www.carp.de