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FI Fisheries Ecology


The results of the project "BIOEELS" - brief and understandable.

Fish market at a beach in Tanzania

Our Indian colleague Dr. Parasuraman Aiya Subramani is a guest at the Thünen Institute of Fisheries Ecology on a Humboldt Fellowship. His area of expertise is the behavior of fish.

Wissenschaftler bei der Arbeit im Labor

Results from the project CLEAN FISH - brief and understandable.

Lab scene: Hand holding a Petri dish

New publication on the use of environmental DNA for the estimation of cod stocks in the North and Baltic Seas.

Lecture on dumped munition at Lloyd Gymnasium in Bremerhaven.

Schüler und Schülerinnen hören einen Vortrag

Monitoring data from Thünen Institute, concerning contaminants in fish an marine litter at the seafloor contribute to environmental assessment of the Baltic Sea.

Deckblatt des HELCOM Reports

Results from the research project COFISHMAP

In the new Project brief of the project COFISHMAP regional distributions and hot spots of contaminants in European Conger were partly shown for the first time.

More information on the project.

In a newly published study researchers report increasing mercury concentrations in dab, while trends in sediment decrase. What is the cause? The authors assume an influence of climate change.

Impacts of Covid-19 on the German aquaculture sector during 2020

The restrictions imposed on public life in order to contain the rapid spread of the coronavirus Covid-19 challenged industries worldwide – German aquaculture is no exception here.

Balkengrafik, animiert, die die Absätzänderungen von verschiedenen Fischen und Miesmuscheln in Abhängigkeit von Covid-19 zeigt.

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