|A behavioral perspective on fishing-induced evolution|
S Uusi-Heikkilä, C Wolter, T Klefoth, R Arlinghaus
Trends in ecology & evolution 23 (8), 419-421, 2008
|Recreational fishing selectively captures individuals with the highest fitness potential|
DAH Sutter, CD Suski, DP Philipp, T Klefoth, DH Wahl, P Kersten, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (51), 20960-20965, 2012
|Coexistence of behavioural types in an aquatic top predator: a response to resource limitation?|
A Kobler, T Klefoth, T Mehner, R Arlinghaus
Oecologia 161 (4), 837-847, 2009
|Size selectivity, injury, handling time, and determinants of initial hooking mortality in recreational angling for northern pike: the influence of type and size of bait|
R Arlinghaus, T Klefoth, A Kobler, SJ Cooke
North American Journal of Fisheries Management 28 (1), 123-134, 2008
|Physiological and behavioural consequences of catch-and-release angling on northern pike (Esox lucius L.)|
R Arlinghaus, T Klefoth, SJ Cooke, A Gingerich, C Suski
Fisheries Research 97 (3), 223-233, 2009
|Impacts of domestication on angling vulnerability of common carp, Cyprinus carpio: the role of learning, foraging behaviour and food preferences|
T Klefoth, T Pieterek, R Arlinghaus
Fisheries Management and Ecology 20 (2-3), 174-186, 2013
|Understanding and managing freshwater recreational fisheries as complex adaptive social-ecological systems|
R Arlinghaus, J Alós, B Beardmore, K Daedlow, M Dorow, M Fujitani, ...
Reviews in Fisheries Science & Aquaculture 25 (1), 1-41, 2017
|Contrasting pike (Esox lucius L.) movement and habitat choice between summer and winter in a small lake|
A Kobler, T Klefoth, C Wolter, F Fredrich, R Arlinghaus
Hydrobiologia 601 (1), 17, 2008
|Passive gear‐induced timidity syndrome in wild fish populations and its potential ecological and managerial implications|
R Arlinghaus, KL Laskowski, J Alós, T Klefoth, CT Monk, S Nakayama, ...
Fish and Fisheries 18 (2), 360-373, 2017
|Abiotic and fishing-related correlates of angling catch rates in pike (Esox lucius)|
A Kuparinen, T Klefoth, R Arlinghaus
Fisheries Research 105 (2), 111-117, 2010
|The impact of catch-and-release angling on short-term behaviour and habitat choice of northern pike (Esox lucius L.)|
T Klefoth, A Kobler, R Arlinghaus
Hydrobiologia 601 (1), 99-110, 2008
|Physiology, behavior, and survival of angled and air-exposed largemouth bass|
LA Thompson, SJ Cooke, MR Donaldson, KC Hanson, A Gingerich, ...
North American Journal of Fisheries Management 28 (4), 1059-1068, 2008
|What makes fish vulnerable to capture by hooks? A conceptual framework and a review of key determinants|
RJ Lennox, J Alós, R Arlinghaus, A Horodysky, T Klefoth, CT Monk, ...
Fish and Fisheries 18 (5), 986-1010, 2017
|The role of ecological context and predation risk-stimuli in revealing the true picture about the genetic basis of boldness evolution in fish|
T Klefoth, C Skov, J Krause, R Arlinghaus
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 66 (4), 547-559, 2012
|Behavioural and fitness consequences of direct and indirect non-lethal disturbances in a catch-and-release northern pike (Esox lucius) fishery|
T Klefoth, A Kobler, R Arlinghaus
Knowledge and Management of Aquatic Ecosystems, 11, 2011
|Behaviour and survival of pike, Esox lucius, with a retained lure in the lower jaw|
R Arlinghaus, T Klefoth, AJ Gingerich, MR Donaldson, KC Hanson, ...
Fisheries Management and Ecology 15 (5‐6), 459-466, 2008
|Opinion: Governing the recreational dimension of global fisheries|
R Arlinghaus, JK Abbott, EP Fenichel, SR Carpenter, LM Hunt, J Alós, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116 (12), 5209-5213, 2019
|Between-and within-individual variation in activity increases with water temperature in wild perch|
S Nakayama, KL Laskowski, T Klefoth, R Arlinghaus
Behavioral Ecology, arw090, 2016
|Toward a mechanistic understanding of vulnerability to hook‐and‐line fishing: Boldness as the basic target of angling‐induced selection|
T Klefoth, C Skov, A Kuparinen, R Arlinghaus
Evolutionary Applications 10 (10), 994-1006, 2017
|Consumptive tourism causes timidity, rather than boldness, syndromes: a response to Geffroy et al.|
R Arlinghaus, J Alós, T Klefoth, K Laskowski, CT Monk, S Nakayama, ...
Trends in ecology & evolution 31 (2), 92-94, 2016