Institute of

Fisheries Ecology


Institute of Fisheries Ecology

Herwigstraße 31
27572 Bremerhaven
Phone: + 49 471 94460 201
Fax: + 49 471 94460 199

Team member 1993-2018


  • Trace analysis
  • Assessment of the status of marine ecosystems


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  1. Lang T, Kruse R, Haarich M, Wosniok W (2017) Mercury species in dab (Limanda limanda) from the North Sea, Baltic Sea and Icelandic waters in relation to host-spacific variables. Mar Environ Res 124:32-40, DOI:10.1016/j.marenvres.2016.03.001
  2. Andersen JH, Murray C, Larsen MM, Green N, Hogasen T, Dahlgren E, Garnaga-Budré G, Gustavson K, Haarich M, Kallenbach EM, Mannio J, Strand J, KorpinenS (2016) Development and testing of a prototype tool for integrated assessment of chemical status in marine environments. Environ Monit Assessm 188:115, DOI:10.1007/s10661-016-5121-x
  3. Michel N, Freese M, Brinkmann M, Pohlmann J-D, Hollert H, Kammann U, Haarich M, Theobald N, Gerwinski W, Rotard W, Hanel R (2016) Fipronil and two of its transformation products in water and European eel from the river Elbe. Sci Total Environ 568:171-179
  4. Schubert S, Keddig N, Gerwinski W, Neukirchen J, Kammann U, Haarich M, Hanel R, Theobald N (2016) Persistent organic pollutants in Baltic herring (Clupea harengus) - an aspect of gender. Environ Monit Assessm 188:388, DOI:10.1007/s10661-016-5363-7
  5. Werschkun B, Banerji S, Basurko OC, David M, Fuhr F, Gollasch S, Grummt T, Haarich M, Jha AN, Kacan S, Kehrer A, Linders J, Mesbahi E, Pughiuc D, Richardson SD, Schwarz-Schulz B, Shah A, Theobald N, Gunten U von, Wieck S, et al (2014) Emerging risks from ballast water treatment: The run-up to the International Ballast Water Management Convention . Chemosphere 112:256-266, DOI:10.1016/j.chemosphere.2014.03.135
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