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Mats Lindegart


Mats Lindegart
+46 31 786 9672

Postal Address: Tjärnö, 45296 Strömstad
Visiting Address: Tjärnö , 45296 Strömstad

Department of Marine Sciences (More Information)
Box 461
405 30 Göteborg
Visiting Address: Carl Skottsbergs gata 22 B , 413 19 Göteborg

About Mats Lindegart

Professor at the Department of Marine Sciences and scientific coordinator at the Swedish Institute for the Martine Environment.

My main place of work is at the Lovén Centre - Tjärnö situated 150 km north of Gothenburg and 130 km south of Oslo (see map).

My research and teaching ineterests involve coastal zone management, aquaculture, benthic ecology and statistical modelling. Current research activities are typically policy-driven and focus on methodological issues related to (1) modelling and mapping of benthic biodiversity (www.prehab.gu.se) and (2) monitoring and status assessment of coastal waters (www.waters.gu.se).

Latest publications

Cleaning up seas using blue growth initiatives: Mussel farming for eutrophication control in the Baltic Sea
Jonne Kotta, Martyn Futter, Ants Kaasik, Kiran Liversage, Merli Rätsep et al.
Science of the Total Environment, Journal article 2020
Journal article

Approaches for integrated assessment of ecological and eutrophication status of surface waters in Nordic Countries
J. H. Andersen, J. Aroviita, J. Carstensen, N. Friberg, R. K. Johnson et al.
Ambio, Journal article 2016
Journal article

Ecological assessment of Swedish water bodies: development, harmonisation and integration of biological indicators.
Mats Lindegarth, Jacob Carstensen, Stina Drakare, Richard Johnson, Antonia Nyström Sandman et al.
Edited book 2016
Edited book

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A preliminary analysis of the structure of benthic assemblages of surf zones on two morphodynamic types of beach
F. Barros, A. J. Underwood, Mats Lindegarth
Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom, Journal article 2002
Journal article


Testing hypotheses about management to enhance habitat for feeding birds in a freshwater wetland
Mats Lindegarth, M. G. Chapman
Journal of Environmental Management, Journal article 2001
Journal article

The influence of rocky reefs on structure of benthic macrofauna in nearby soft-sediments
F. Barros, A. J. Underwood, Mats Lindegarth
Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science, Journal article 2001
Journal article

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