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Application Deadline Extented for 2 Yrs Fisheries Modelling PostDoc in Berlin (Germany)


Robert Arlinghaus <[log in to unmask]>


Scientific forum on fish and fisheries <[log in to unmask]>


Tue, 1 Nov 2011 14:06:31 +0100





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Extended Application Deadline!

The Leibniz-Institute of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries (IGB, is the principal German research centre for
limnological and inland fisheries biological research. It unites
hydrologists, chemists, microbiologists, fish ecologists, fisheries
biologists, theoretical biologists and social scientists to study
freshwater ecology and inland fisheries from a holistic systems
perspective. IGB is member of the Forschungsverbund Berlin e.V.
( and the Leibniz-Association ( IGB offers
excellent laboratory and field facilities for interdisciplinary
research. Work by IGB combines basic and applied research as a basis for
sustainable management of aquatic ecosystems and inland fisheries
including aquaculture and recreational fisheries.

The Inland Fisheries Management Laboratory at Humboldt-University of
Berlin (Germany) and the Inter- and Transdisciplinary Young Investigator
Group Besatzfisch (Stocked Fish Project) (
<>, see also
<>) in the Department of Biology and
Ecology of Fishes at IGB invite applications for a two-year position
(starting date January, 1, 2012) as

*PostDoc/Scientist - Modelling Fisheries As Coupled Social-Ecological

*Topic:* Developing integrative, process-based simulation models of
human-nature interactions exemplified by German recreational fisheries.
Models shall focus on analysing the social, economic and biological
impacts of freshwater fish stocking in the face of heterogeneous anglers
exploiting spatially structured freshwater fisheries governed by varying
institutional settings. The management strategy evaluation framework
shall be used to evaluate the implications of key uncertainties
associated with the implementation of different management tools and to
study resulting trade-offs in terms of socio-economic and biological


    * PhD in natural resource modelling, quantitative fisheries,
      mathematical biology, economics, quantitative environmental
      sociology or related fields, preferably with a focus on fisheries
    * Strong quantitative skills (model-building and statistics, key
      programming languages)
    * Good academic record in terms of publications
    * Ability and motivation to work both independently and in an
      interdisciplinary team of social and natural scientists
    * Very good working knowledge of English
    * Familiarity with recreational fishing and German language are benefits

Salary is paid according to the TVöD and includes health insurance
(gross salary up to 50.000 EUR depending on age and qualifications). In
keeping with the IGB's policy regarding gender equality, female
applicants are particularly encouraged to apply. Disabled people with
identical qualifications will be favoured.

Please send your *application materials* (brief motivation letter of 2-4
pages with an outline of past and future research topics in light of the
above-mentioned topical framework, CV, list of publications, three most
important papers, scans of certificates, names and email of three
referees) in *one combined PDF* electronically no later than *November,
15, 2011* to [log in to unmask] (Prof. Dr. Robert Arlinghaus, also
to be used to address questions related to the job). Complete contact
details are:

*Leibniz-Institute of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries,*

*Forschungsverbund Berlin e.V.*

*Department of Biology and Ecology of Fishes,*

*Prof. Dr. Robert Arlinghaus,*

*Müggelseedamm 310, 12587 Berlin, Germany*

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

6th World Recreational Fishing Conference in Berlin

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