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Subject: 6th World Recreational Fishing Conference August 2011 in Berlin, Germany: Second Call for Papers
From: Robert Arlinghaus <[log in to unmask]>
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Date:Mon, 21 Feb 2011 19:14:02 +0100
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*Second Call for Papers *

*6^th World Recreational Fishing Conferenc**e*

*August 1-4, 2011** *

*at Humboldt-University Berlin*

*Address: Unter **den Linden 6, District Mitte (city centre of Berlin)*

 

Abstract submission until March, 15, 2011

For details visit www.worldrecfish.org

 


This is the Second Call for Papers for the 6^th World Recreational 
Fishing Conference (WRFC) to be held from August 1 -- 4, 2011 at 
Humboldt-University Berlin. The conference theme is "/Toward Resilient 
Recreational Fisheries/". The 6^th WRFC is the only scientific venue 
explicitly dealing with, and centring on, the emerging field of 
recreational fisheries science, management and development in freshwater 
and marine environments, in both developed and developing nations. The 
conference is open to researchers, managers, NGO representatives and 
avid anglers from a wide range of fields. We particularly encourage a 
multi-disciplinary crowd as audience and for paper presentations.

We again cordially invite abstracts from a wide range of scientific 
disciplines and management applications in recreational fisheries. 
Topics fitting one of the following conference themes and contributed 
sessions are particularly welcomed (see www.worldrecfish.org 
<http://www.worldrecfish.org/> for details):

    * *Globalization of recreational fisheries** *
    * *Space, place and recreational fisheries*
    * *Change, adaptation and evolution in recreational fisheries*
    * *Stock,* *stocking and the future of recreational fisheries*
    * *Social value change and ethics of recreational fishing*
    * *Property rights and co-management *
    * *Allocation of fisheries resources among competing demands*
    * *New methodological tools to survey and assess recreational
      fisheries *
    * *Creative methods for managing recreational fishing *
    * *Understanding and solving conservation and other conflicts in
      recreational fisheries*
    * *Angling tourism development: social, economic and biological
      challenges*
    * *Biological impacts of recreational fisheries and their social and
      economic consequences*
    * *Harvest regulations and effort controls in recreational
      fisheries: social, economic and ecological perspective*
    * *Biological and social aspects of catch-and-release*
    * *Social, economic and biological aspects of a diversifying angler
      public*
    * *Aquatic stewardship behaviour and education*
    * *Science-based recreational fisheries and traditional ecological
      knowledge*

An International Scientific Advisory Board will help make decisions on 
the final list of speakers. Paper abstracts submitted until the deadline 
of *March, 15, 2011* and not selected as oral presentations can be 
presented as posters if they fit the conference themes.

The conference is a standard scientific meeting with short scientific 
presentations (15 minutes) and discussions (5 minutes) in English. Key 
note speakers are Prof Dr John Post, Dr Zeb Hogan and Brad Gentner. 
Please visit www.worldrecfish.org <http://www.worldrecfish.org/> to 
learn about the esteemed key note lectures ranging from sustainability 
issues and collapse of fisheries to economics and conservation of the 
world's megafishes. In addition to the core scientific conference we 
offer a range of socials, with the highlight being the conference dinner 
in the Saurian Hall of Berlin National History Museum on the evening of 
August, 3, 2011. The proceedings of the scientific meeting are to be 
published after full peer review in the scientific journal Fisheries 
Management and Ecology.

You have to submit abstracts and register through the website 
www.worldrecfish.org <http://www.worldrecfish.org/>. Please do not email 
abstracts. Abstract submissions (1500 characters maximum, excluding 
title and affiliations) must be received online by *March, 15, 2011*. 
Notification of abstract acceptance will be completed until *April, 15, 
2011*, final registration by payment must be completed until *May, 15, 
2011* to be entitled for the reduced registration fee. Registration by 
payment is not needed immediately. A personal account upon preliminary 
registration will be created, which can be used to finish the 
registration by payment at a later stage.

Thanks to the invaluable support of our sponsors, in-house support by 
Humboldt-University, the Leibniz-Institute of Freshwater Ecology and 
Inland Fisheries and the co-organizing organization, the German Angler 
Association, we can offer a modest registration fee of a maximum of 250 
EUR. The final budget is to completed within the next week. Full 
registration includes:

    * all welcome socials
    * coffee breaks
    * lunches
    * a one week ticket for the Berlin public transport
    * conference dinner at the Berlin Natural Science Museum
    * all conference materials.

We will be offering a *50% reduction in the registration fee* (probably 
a maximum of 125 EUR) for graduate and undergraduate students and PhD 
students. Excursions can be booked additionally upon registration, as 
can be day tickets. There will also be an award for the best student 
presentation sponsored by Pure Fishing as one of our sponsors. The final 
registration fee along with the excursion offered to explore the vibrant 
city of Berlin will be announced shortly on our website. Accommodation 
for varying budgets can already be booked online (www.worldrecfish.org 
<http://www.worldrecfish.org/>), and it is advised to act immediately 
since Berlin is an attractive tourist destination during summer time and 
hotels are rapidly filled.


      Please consider arriving early the weekend before the conference
      starts to explore Berlin in a relaxed atmosphere. Also consider
      staying longer to also visit a sister scientific meeting on River
      Ecology organized by the Leibniz-Institute of Freshwater Ecology
      and Inland Fisheries, the 2nd Biennial of the International
      Society for River Science in Berlin, Germany (see
      www.isrs2011.igb-berlin.de for details and registration
      procedures) from August 08-12, 2011 at the Abacus Tierpark Hotel
      in Berlin.

If you have any questions, or would like more information on the 6^th 
WRFC, please contact Eva-Maria Cyrus (conference organizing assistant, 
[log in to unmask] <mailto:[log in to unmask]>) or Robert Arlinghaus 
(conference programme chair, [log in to unmask] 
<mailto:[log in to unmask]>).

On behalf of the organizing committee, we would love to host you at the 
WRFC in August, 2011 in Berlin.

Sincerely,

Robert Arlinghaus

(chair of the organizing committee)

 

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Prof. Dr. Robert Arlinghaus (Junior-S) 
Leibniz-Institut für Gewässerökologie und Binnenfischerei (IGB)
Leibniz-Institute of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries 
Department of Biology and Ecology of Fishes (Abt. Biol. & Ökol. der Fische)
Müggelseedamm 310
12587 Berlin
Phone +49-(0)30-64181-653
Fax. +49-(0)30-64181-750
email: [log in to unmask]
skype: robertarlinghaus

Humboldt-University of Berlin
Faculty of Agriculture and Horticulture
Department for Crop and Animal Sciences
Research Group Inland Fisheries Management
Philippstrasse 13, Haus 7
10115 Berlin

NOTE ON YOUR CALENDER 
6th World Recreational Fishing Conference in Berlin
see www.worldrecfish.org

Further information
see www.besatz-fisch.de for new transdisciplinary project
see www.adaptfish.igb-berlin.de for interdisciplinary project
see www.igb-berlin.de/~arlinghaus for information on personal research


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