Theodor Kindeberg

Doctoral Student


My research interest revolves around coastal ecosystems in a changing world. I am especially interested in the ecosystem functioning of marine vegetated habitats, such as seagrass meadows, and I study the intersect between ecology and biogeochemistry to understand how these ecosystems interact with their surrounding environment. 

My PhD project is part of the LIFE project Coastal adaptation to climate change by multiple ecosystem-based measures (LIFECOASTAdapt). Within this interdisciplinary project, several nature-based solutions will be implemented to increase resilience to climate change and to strengthen biodiversity in the coastal zone. This will include beach nourishment, dune restoration, removal of invasive species, and restoration of eelgrass (Zostera marina) meadows at multiple locations along the coast of Southern Sweden. Within my PhD project, I will primarily study the effects of eelgrass restoration on ecosystem functioning and explore the connectivity in the transition zone between land and water. 

Recent research outputs

Travis A Courtney, Theodor Kindeberg & Andreas J Andersson, 2020 Nov 11, In: PLoS ONE. 15, 11, 18 p., e0241854.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Theodor Kindeberg, Nicholas R. Bates, Travis A. Courtney, Tyler Cyronak, Alyssa Griffin, Fred T. Mackenzie, May Linn Paulsen & Andreas J. Andersson, 2020 May 16, In: Aquatic Geochemistry.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Theodor Kindeberg, Emilia Röhr, Per-olav Moksnes, Christoffer Boström & Marianne Holmer, 2019 Jun 26, In: Biology letters. 15, 6, 5 p., 20180831.

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