Institute of

Sea Fisheries

Director

Secretariat

 

Herwigstraße 31

27572 Bremerhaven

Telephone: +49 471 94460 101

Fax: +49 471 94460 199

wencke.griemsmann@thuenen.de


Publications, peer-reviewed

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  1. Sokolova N, Butzin M, Dahlke FT, Werner K-M, Balting D, Lohmann G, Pörtner HO (2021) Exploring the role of temperature in observed inter-population differences of Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) growth with a 4-dimensional modelling approach. ICES J Mar Sci 78(4):1519-1529, DOI:10.1093/icesjms/fsab043
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  2. Post S, Werner K-M, Nuñez-Riboni I, Chafik L, Hatun H, Jansen T (2021) Subpolar gyre and temperature drive boreal fish abundance in Greenland waters. Fish Fisheries 22(1):161-174, DOI:10.1111/faf.12512
  3. Boenish R, Kritzer JP, Kleisner K, Steneck RS, Werner K-M, Zhu W, Schram F, Rader D, Cheung W, Ingles J, Tian Y, Mimikakis J (2021) The global rise of crustacean fisheries. Front Ecol Environ:in Press, DOI:10.1002/fee.2431
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  4. Stoltenberg I, Werner K-M, Ismar-Rebitz SMH, Fock HO (2021) Trophic niche variability influences body condition of female Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) on organosomatic and biochemical levels. Fish Res 239:105921, DOI:10.1016/j.fishres.2021.105921
  5. Sguotti C, Otto SA, Cormon X, Werner K-M, Deyle E, Sugihara G, Möllmann C (2020) Non-linearity in stock-recruitment relationships of Atlantic cod: insights from a multi-model approach. ICES J Mar Sci 77(4):1492-1502, DOI:10.1093/icesjms/fsz113
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  6. Werner K-M, Taylor MH, Diekmann R, Lloret J, Möllmann C, Primicerio R, Fock HO (2019) Evidence for limited adaptive responsiveness to large-scale spatial variation of habitat quality. Mar Ecol Progr Ser 629:179-191, DOI:10.3354/meps13120
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  7. Zimmermann F, Werner K-M (2019) Improved management is the main driver behind recovery of Northeast Atlantic fish stocks. Front Ecol Environ 17(2):93-99, DOI:10.1002/fee.2002