Institute of

Baltic Sea Fisheries

Secretariat

Katharina Wolf
Institute of Baltic Sea Fisheries

Alter Hafen Süd 2
18069 Rostock
Phone: +49 381 66099 102
Fax: +49 381 66099 199
of@thuenen.de of-sekretariat@thuenen.de


Dr. Uwe Krumme

Dr. Uwe  Krumme
Address
Alter Hafen Süd 2
18069 Rostock
Phone
+49 381 66099 148
Fax
+49 381 66099 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. Zimmermann C, Kraak SBM, Krumme U, Santos J, Stötera S, Nordheim L von (2015) Research for PECH Committee - Options of handling choke species in the view of the EU Landing Obligation – The Baltic plaice example : study. Brussels: European Union, 100 p, DOI:10.2861/808965
  2. Stepputtis D, Zimmermann C, Krumme U, Dorrien C von (2015) Technical measures in the Baltic Sea - an alternative to over-regulation and the brace-and-belt approach : in-depth analysis. Brussels: European Parliament Policy Department B: Structural and Cohesion Policies, 42 p
  3. Krumme U, Grinvalds K, Zagars M, Elferts D, Ikejima K, Tongnunui P (2015) Tidal, diel and lunar patterns in intertidal and subtidal mangrove creek fish assemblages from southwest Thailand. Environ Biol Fishes 98(6):1671-1693, DOI:10.1007/s10641-015-0393-5
  4. Castellanos-Galindo GA, Krumme U (2015) Tides, salinity, and biogeography affect fish assemblage structure and function in macrotidal mangroves of the neotropics. Ecosystems 18(7):1165-1178, DOI:10.1007/s10021-015-9887-4
  5. Krumme U, Audfroid Calderon M, Echterhoff A (2014) Intertidal migration of the four-eyed fish Anableps anableps in North Brazilian mangrove creeks. Mar Ecol Progr Ser 509:271-287, doi:10.3354/meps10863
  6. Graham N, Dörner H, Goti L, Kempf A, Krumme U, Döring R, Stransky C, et al (2014) Landing obligations in EU Fisheries - part 3 (STECF-14-06). Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union, 56 p, JRC Sci Pol Rep, doi:10.2788/53393
  7. Castellanos-Galindo GA, Krumme U (2014) Long-term stability of tidal and diel-related patterns in mangrove creek fish assemblages in North Brazil. Estuar Coast Shelf Sci 149:264-272, DOI:10.1016/j.ecss.2014.08.016
  8. Sharaki M, Fry B, Krumme U, Rixen T (2014) Microphytobenthos sustain fish food webs in intertidal arid habitats: A comparison between mangrove-lined and un-vegetated creeks in the Persian Gulf. Estuar Coast Shelf Sci 149:203-212, DOI:10.1016/j.ecss.2014.08.017
  9. Dorrien C von, Krumme U, Grieger C, Miethe T, Stötera S (2013) Analye fischereilicher Daten in den schleswig-holsteinischen Küstengewässern der Ostsee. Hamburg: Johann Heinrich von Thünen-Institut, 72 p
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  10. Krumme U, Gröhsler T (2013) Analysis of the questionaires concerning the issue of species misreporting in the mixed pelagic fisheries in the Baltic Sea (sprat-herring mix). In: Report of the Benchmark Workshop on Baltic Multispecies Assessments (WKBALT): 4-8 February 2013. Copenhagen: ICES, pp 266-276

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