Institute of

Baltic Sea Fisheries

Secretariat

Katharina Wolf
Institute of Baltic Sea Fisheries

Alter Hafen Süd 2
18069 Rostock
Phone: +49 381 8116 102
Fax: +49 381 8116 199
of@thuenen.de of-sekretariat@thuenen.de


Dr. Uwe Krumme

Dr. Uwe  Krumme
Address
Alter Hafen Süd 2
18069 Rostock
Phone
+49 381 8116 148
Fax
+49 381 8116 199
E-Mail
uwe.krumme@thuenen.de

Fields of Activity

  • Deputy director of the Institute of Baltic Sea Fisheries
  • Head of department „Data collection“
  • Coordination of data collection from the German commercial fisheries in the Baltic Sea (EU Data Collection Framework/DCF)
  • Contribution to ICES committees and STEFC

Research Interests

  • Dynamics of the commercial fisheries in the Baltic Sea
  • Ecology of estuarine fishes, fish movements and migrations
  • Habitat connectivitity,
  • Artisanal fisheries

Scientific background

since 2015: Deputy director of the Thünen Institute of Baltic Sea Fisheries

since 2011: Scientist at Thünen Institute of Baltic Sea Fisheries, Rostock

2003 - 2011: Scientist at Leibniz Center for Tropical Marine Ecology (ZMT), Bremen, Fisheries department; fish ecology research, e.g. in Brazil, China, and Colombia

2000 - 2003: Dissertation at ZMT and University of Bremen, title: " Tidal and diel dynamics in a nursery area: Patterns in fish migration in a mangrove in north Brazil"

1993 - 2000: Study at Christian-Albrechts University, Kiel, certificate: Diplom-Biologe

Publications

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  1. McQueen K, Hrabowski J, Krumme U (2019) Age validation of juvenile cod in the western Baltic Sea. ICES J Mar Sci 76(2):430–441, DOI:10.1093/icesjms/fsy175
  2. Weist P, Schade FM, Damerau M, Barth JM, Dierking J, Andre C, Petereit C, Reusch TB, Jentoft S, Hanel R, Krumme U (2019) Assessing SNP-markers to study population mixing and ecological adaptation in Baltic cod. PLoS One 14(6):e0218127, DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0218127
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  3. Schade FM, Weist P, Krumme U (2019) Evaluation of four stock discrimination methods to assign individuals from mixed-stock fisheries using genetically validated baseline samples. Mar Ecol Progr Ser 627:125-139, DOI:10.3354/meps13061
  4. Hüssy K, Morales-Nin B, Pineiro Alvarez CG, Pontual Hde, Smith J, Mahe K, Krumme U, Songer S, Walther Y, Rey J (2019) Gadoids. ICES Coop Res Rep 346:15-35
  5. Hemmer-Hansen J, Hüssy K, Baktoft H, Huwer B, Bekkevold D, Haslob H, Hermann J-P, Hinrichsen HH, Krumme U, Mosegaard H, Nielsen EE, Reusch TB, Storr-Paulsen M, Velasco A, Dewitz B von, Dierking J, Eero M (2019) Genetic analyses reveal complex dynamics within a marine fish management area. Evol Appl:in press, DOI:10.1111/eva.12760
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  6. McQueen K, Paige Eveson J, Dolk B, Lorenz T, Mohr T, Schade FM, Krumme U (2019) Growth of cod (Gadus morhua) in the western Baltic Sea: estimating improved growth parameters from tag-recapture data. Can J Fish Aquat Sci 76(8):1326-1337, DOI:10.1139/cjfas-2018-0081
  7. Stötera S, Degen-Smyrek AK, Krumme U, Stepputtis D, Bauer Robert, Limmer B, Hammer C (2019) Marking otoliths of Baltic cod (Gadus morhua Linnaeus, 1758) with tetracycline and strontium chloride. J Appl Ichthyol 35(2):427-435, DOI:10.1111/jai.13829
  8. Kraak SBM, Velasco A, Fröse U, Krumme U (2019) Prediction of delayed mortality using vitality scores and reflexes, as well as catch, processing, and post-release conditions: evidence from discarded flatfish in the Western Baltic trawl fishery. ICES J Mar Sci 76(1):330–341, DOI:10.1093/icesjms/fsy129
  9. Pierce ME, Krumme U, Uhrmacher AM (2018) Building simulation models of complex ecological systems by successive composition and reusing simulation experiments. In: Rabe M, Juan AA, Mustafee N, Skoogh A, Jain S, Johansson B (eds) Proceedings of the 2018 Winter Simulation Conference (WSC 2018), 9-12 Dec 2018, Göteborg, Sweden. pp 2363-2374, DOI:10.1109/WSC.2018.8632262
  10. Sokolova M, Buchmann K, Huwer B, Kania PW, Krumme U, Galatius A, Hemmer-Hansen J, Behrens JW (2018) Spatial patterns in infection of cod Gadus morhua with the seal-associated liver worm Contracaecum osculatum from the Skagerrak to the central Baltic Sea. Mar Ecol Progr Ser 606:105-118, DOI:10.3354/meps12773

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