Skip to main content
[Translate to English:]
[Translate to English:]
Institute of

OF Baltic Sea Fisheries

Dr. Fanny Barz


Institute of Baltic Sea Fisheries

Alter Hafen Süd 2
18069 Rostock
Telephone
+49 381 66099 117
Fax
+49 381 66099 199
Email
fanny.barz@thuenen.de

Fields of Activity

  • Head of the Working Group „Fisheries and Society“

Research Interests

  • Structural change and future prospects of coastal fisheries
  • Heterogeneity of fishermen and fishing behaviour
  • Participatory processes
  • Human-wildlife conflicts

Scientific Background

since 07/2021: Project "Future structures of coastal fisheries in the Baltic and North Seas"

10/2020-06/2021: MGF-Ostsee project: “DAM Pilot Mission - Protected areas in the Baltic Sea: Effects of the exclusion of mobile bottom-contacting fishing activities in marine protected areas”

2017-07/2020: Project "Gill net fisheries: Development of alternative management approaches (STELLA)"

2015-2016: reasarch assistant at Gret Palucca Hochschule für Tanz, Dresden, within project „InnoLernenTanz“

2012-2015: Masters degree Sociology (M.A), TU Dresden

2012-2013: research assistant at Research Association Public Health, TU Dresden within projects „UFIREG“ and „Ultraschwarz“

2009-2012: Bachelors degree Sociology (B.A.), TU Dresden

Arbeitsgruppen und Gremien

Working Group

Content - Task

KDM (since 2020)

 

Strategy Group Marine Social and Cultural Sciences in the German Marine Research Consortium (KDM)

The KDM is a partner in the identification of new research fields and the development of international research strategies. The aim of the KDM is to promote marine research and strengthen public awareness of marine sciences. The strategy group focuses its research on people whose living environment is shaped by the sea.

STECF (2022)

 

Expert panel on demography in the fishing industry and social dimension of the EU Common Fisheries Policy.

The panel met for the first time in 2019 to analyse and evaluate the collection of demographic variables in the EU data collection programme. The panel continues to work on making the social and cultural importance of fisheries more visible.

ICES WGSOCIAL (since 2019)

 

Working Group of the International Council for the Exploration of the Sea

The Working Group on Social Indicators (WGSOCIAL) focuses on improving the integration of social sciences into ICES ecosystem overviews and integrated ecosystem assessments through the development of culturally relevant social indicators.

Publications (peer reviewed, Thünen)

  1. 0

    Seeling K, Dänicke S, Valenta H, Egmond HP van, Schothorst RC, Jekel AA, Lebzien P, Schollenberger M, Razzazi-Fazeli E, Flachowsky G (2006) Effects of Fusarium toxin-contaminated wheat and feed intake level on the biotransformation and carry-over of deoxynivalenol in dairy cows. Food Additives Contaminants 23(10):1008-1020, DOI:10.1080/02652030600723245

    More Publications (Thünen)

    1. 0

      Barz F (2022) Boats don’t fish, people do: A sociological contribution towards holistic fisheries bycatch management. Braunschweig: Johann Heinrich von Thünen-Institut, 244 p, Rostock, Univ, Wirtschafts- und Sozialwiss Fak, Diss, 2021, Thünen Rep 95, DOI:10.3220/REP1652092494000

      https://literatur.thuenen.de/digbib_extern/dn064849.pdf

    2. 1

      Barz F, Lasner T (2022) CM 203: Coastal fisheries - quo vadis? Developing visions of the future in a collaborative Stakeholder Think Tank. In: Theme session F - ocean futures: Engaging science and society in visions of the future : ICES 2022, Annual Science Conference, 19-22 September 2022, Dublin, Ireland [book of abstracts]. Copenhagen: ICES, p 14, DOI: 10.17895/ices.pub.21558579

      https://literatur.thuenen.de/digbib_extern/dn065923.pdf

    3. 2

      Johannesen E, Barz F, Dankel DJ, Kraak SBM (2022) CM 309: Gender and early career scientist status and differences in participation at an international marine science conference. In: Theme session R : scientific advances under ICES Science Plan : ICES 2022, Annual Science Conference, 19-22 September 2022, Dublin, Ireland [book of abstracts]. Copenhagen: ICES, p 41, DOI:10.17895/ices.pub.21666584

      https://literatur.thuenen.de/digbib_extern/dn065925.pdf

    4. 3

      Kochalski S, Braun M, Riechers M, Barz F (2022) CM 527: What’s your story? Capturing fishers’ experiential knowledge through biographical interviews. In: Theme session K : integration of fisher experiential knowledge (FEK) into marine science and management : ICES 2022 Annual Science Conference, 19-22 September 2022, Dublin, Ireland [book of abstracts]. Copenhagen: ICES, p 23, DOI:10.17895/ICES.PUB.21618084

      https://literatur.thuenen.de/digbib_extern/dn065921.pdf

    5. 4

      Krumme U, Meyer S, Kratzer I, Chladek J-C, Barz F, Stepputtis D, Strehlow HV, Kraak SBM, Zimmermann C (2022) STELLA - Stellnetzfischerei-Lösungsansätze : Projekt-Abschlussbericht. Braunschweig: Johann Heinrich von Thünen-Institut, 220 p, Thünen Rep 97, DOI:10.3220/REP1662104969000

      https://literatur.thuenen.de/digbib_extern/dn065274.pdf

      Scroll to top