2016 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
Robert Arlinghaus mainly investigates Fishing, Fisheries management, Fishery, Ecology and Recreation. His work on Recreational fishing, Fish stock and Catch and release as part of general Fishing research is often related to Context and Perspective, thus linking different fields of science. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Stewardship, Environmental resource management, Natural resource economics, Sustainability and Population dynamics of fisheries.
His work on Bycatch as part of general Fishery research is frequently linked to Trophy, bridging the gap between disciplines. He has included themes like Selection and Reproductive success in his Ecology study. Robert Arlinghaus combines subjects such as Resource, Stocking, Fish stocking and Marketing with his study of Recreation.
Robert Arlinghaus spends much of his time researching Fishing, Fishery, Ecology, Recreation and Fisheries management. His research integrates issues of Environmental resource management and Population dynamics of fisheries in his study of Fishing. He studied Fishery and Esox that intersect with Apex predator.
His study in Ecology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Selection and Perch. Recreation connects with themes related to Resource in his study. His Fisheries management research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Stock assessment, Sustainability, Salmo and Environmental planning.
Fishing, Fishery, Ecology, Recreation and Recreational fishing are his primary areas of study. His Fishing study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Pike, Esox, Trout and Affect. Robert Arlinghaus has researched Fishery in several fields, including Freshwater fish, Natural selection and Vulnerability.
His Ecology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Sensory cue and Social cue. The various areas that he examines in his Recreation study include Epinephelus aeneus, Marketing and Applied psychology. His Recreational fishing research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Representativeness heuristic, Fisheries management and Sea trout.
His primary areas of investigation include Fishing, Fishery, Recreational fishing, Ecological systems theory and Stakeholder. His research integrates issues of Fecundity and Production in his study of Fishing. His research in Fishery intersects with topics in Trout and Population dynamics of fisheries.
Robert Arlinghaus combines subjects such as Citizen science, Representativeness heuristic, Sea trout and Internet privacy with his study of Recreational fishing. His study in Stakeholder is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Natural resource management, Sustainability, Bioeconomics and Outreach. His Resource study improves the overall literature in Ecology.
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Documented and Potential Biological Impacts of Recreational Fishing: Insights for Management and Conservation
Wolf-Christian Lewin;Robert Arlinghaus;Thomas Mehner.
Reviews in Fisheries Science (2006)
Ecology: managing evolving fish stocks.
Christian Jørgensen;Katja Enberg;Erin S. Dunlop;Robert Arlinghaus;Robert Arlinghaus.
Managing Evolving Fish Stocks
C. Joergensen;K. Enberg;E.S. Dunlop;R. Arlinghaus.
Understanding the Complexity of Catch-and-Release in Recreational Fishing: An Integrative Synthesis of Global Knowledge from Historical, Ethical, Social, and Biological Perspectives
Robert Arlinghaus;Steven J. Cooke;Jon Lyman;David Policansky.
Reviews in Fisheries Science (2007)
Reconciling traditional inland fisheries management and sustainability in industrialized countries, with emphasis on Europe
Robert Arlinghaus;Thomas Mehner;Ian G Cowx.
Fish and Fisheries (2002)
New horizons for managing the environment: A review of coupled social-ecological systems modeling
M Schlüter;Rrj McAllister;R Arlinghaus;N Bunnefeld.
Natural Resource Modeling (2012)
Navigation impacts on freshwater fish assemblages: the ecological relevance of swimming performance
C. Wolter;R. Arlinghaus.
Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries (2003)
Engaging Recreational Fishers in Management and Conservation: Global Case Studies
E. F. Granek;E. M. P. Madin;M. A. Brown;W. Figueira.
Conservation Biology (2008)
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 (2006)
Reality mining of animal social systems.
Jens Krause;Jens Krause;Stefan Krause;Robert Arlinghaus;Robert Arlinghaus;Ioannis Psorakis.
Trends in Ecology and Evolution (2013)
Fish and Fisheries
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