Current Group Members Prof. Mats Björk, Professor of Marine Plant Physiology. Assoc. Prof. Martin Gullström, Researcher in Marine Ecology. Dr. Maria Asplund, Post-Doc fellow. Dr. Lina Rasmusson. Post-Doc Fellow. Martin Dahl, PhD student. Title: Natural and human-induced carbon storage variability in seagrass meadows. Diana Deyanova, PhD student. Title: Role of seagrass meadows in blue carbon sequestration: physiological interactions between seagrasses and calcareous macroalgae. Rushingisha George, PhD student. Title: Combined effects of CO2 and temperature stress on seagrass productivity. Patrick Hernvall, Masters student. Title: Exploring relationships between fish assemblages and seascape structure in the Baltic Sea & the North Sea. Rashid Ismail, PhD student. Said Mgeleka, PhD student. Title: Consequences of habitat fragmentation, fisheries, exploitation and climate change on selected ecological functions and connectivity of coastal fish communities in East African seascapes. Diana Perry, PhD student. Title: Towards understanding trophic relationships and cross-habitat linkages in shallow coastal waters using a scale-dependent landscape ecology approach. Mathew Silas, PhD student. Title: Patterns of small-scale coastal fisheries and local fisheries management in Tanzania: adaption to a changing climate. Thomas (Tom) Staveley, PhD student. Title: Landscape ecology and ecological connectivity: exploring seascape patterns and ecological processes for conservation of fish communities. Nellie Stjärnkvist, Masters student. Title: Exploring seascape ecology of Zostera marina in the Baltic Sea. Barnabas Tarimo, PhD student. Felix van der Meijs, Masters student. Title: Linking Sea Trout connectivity patterns with seascape structure on the Swedish Skagerrak coast.