• Dr. Matthew Adams

    2017. Research Fellow. University of Queensland, Australia

     Feedbacks between hydrodynamics-sediment-plants

  • Dr. Inés Castejón

    2017. Postdoc, Mediterranean Institute of Advance Studies, CSIC, Spain

    Pipe-fish behavior and habitat preferences under hydrodynamics conditions (currents and waves) using a hydraulic flume

  • Dr. Christoffer Boström and Lukas Meysick

    2017. Lecturer at Åbo Akademi University, Finland

    Interactions between hydrodynamics-invasive species-seagrass

  • Jaco de Smit

    2017. PhD Student. Netherlands Institute of Ecology. NIOZ-Yerseke, Netherlands

    Sediment erosion using an innovative underwater field flume

  • Dr. Erin Cox and Laura West

    2017. Post-doc, Dauphin Island Sea Lab, Alabama, USA

    Ocean acidification and seagrass flowering, seed germination and seedling development.

  • Dr. Maike Paul and Jutta Meyer

    2016-2017. Research Fellow. Technical University of Braunschweig, Germany

    Seagrass biomechanics: Salinity and temperature effects on plant vitality and stiffness

  • Dr. Fabio Badalamenti and Dr. Arturo Zenone

    2016-2017. Researcher at the National Research Council, Italy

    Influence of multi-scale substrate complexity on Posidonia oceanica seedling anchorage ability and tolerance to hydrodynamic disturbance

  • Dr. Jorge Terrados

    2016. Researcher at the Mediterranean Institute of Advanced Studies, CSIC, Spain

    Seed and seedling dispersal: Hydrodynamics and substratum effects on three  seagrasses

  • Martin Dahl

    2016. PhD Student. Stockholm University, Sweden

    Carbon storage on Zostera marina beds: Hydrodynamics properties as drivers behind carbon storage variation

  • Dr. Elena Bañares España

    2015. Lecturer at Malaga University, Spain

    Zostera marina restoration in the South Spanish coast: Zostera marina seed banks.

  • Laura Pereda

    2015-2016. PhD Student. Mediterranean Institute of Advanced Studies, CSIC, Spain

    Combined effect of hydrodynamics and substratum type on Posidonia oceanica and Cymodocea nodosa early life stages

  • Dr. Tom van Engeland

    2013. Post-Doc. Netherlands Institute of Ecology. NIOZ-Yerseke, Netherlands

    Eddy-correlation on shallow coastal ecosystems.

    Eddy correlation

    Eddy correlation

  • Elena Tamarit

    2017. Master Student, Polytechnic University of Valencia, Spain

     Feedbacks on wave hydrodynamics, sediment resuspension and plant development

  • Than Nguyen

    2017. Internship, Université Catholique de Lyon, ESTBB, France

  • Niklas Warwas

    2017. Master Student, University of Gothenburg, Sweden

    Feedbacks of the shore-crab (Carcinus maenas) on eelgrass (Zostera marina): Factors to be considered.

    My project focuses on the impact of the shore-crab (Carcinus maenas) on eelgrass. Shore-crabs can have deleterious impacts by preying eelgass seeds and shoots. I will investigate if this behavior is hunger motivated or part of social behavior. Furthermore, I will test if planting high shoot densities can be a mean to coupe with crab damage. I will address this question using laboratory experiments and cages in the field.

  • Beatriz Marín Díaz

    2016-17. Master Student, University of Barcelona, Spain

    Feedbacks preventing seagrass recovery: the impact of hydrodynamics on sediment resuspension, light reduction and seagrass development

    In my project I am studying how waves affect sediment resuspension, turbidity and light in the presence and absence of the seagrass Zostera marina. In the project I am using a wave flume located at Kristineberg station. I am also doing a review on the causes preventing seagrass restoration.

  • Katerina Bengtsson Kupcik

    2016-17. Master Student, University of Gothenburg, Sweden

    Interactions between the invasive Pacific oyster Crassostrea gigas and native seagrass Zostera marina

    My master project focuses on two species living in Swedish coastal waters, the native seagrass species Zostera marina and the invasive oyster species Crassostrea gigas. My aims are to establish the degree of coexistence between Crassostrea gigas and Zostera marina along the West Swedish coast; to detect whereas the niches of the two species overlap, in sites they do coexist; and to determine, if the interactions between Z. marina and C. gigas is beneficiary or harmful to the seagrass.

  • Laura Dijkhuizen

    2016. Master Student, University of Utrech, Netherlands

    Seagrass and sediment erosion interactions in Zostera marina and Ruppia maritima

    I am interested in the role of seagrass in reducing sediment erosion by waves. In this study, I use a wave flume to assess how two seagrass species; Zostera marina and Ruppia maritima, influence the erosion of vertical sediment edges. I aim to establish in which environmental factors are more important to reduce erosion of seagrass beds edges, such as biomass, sediment composition and wave exposure.

  • Selwyn Hoeks

    2016. Master Student, Radboud University, Netherlands

    Role Zostera marina roots and rhizomes on sediment erosion

  • Tristan Alison

    2016. Master Student, National Institute of Agronomy and Food science, France

    Mapping of seagrass beds with aereal photography using drones

  • Margaux D'Ambly

    2015. Internship, Université Catholique de Lyon, ESTBB, France

    Sediment resuspension and settling velocities in seagrass beds

  • Caroline Crouzy

    2014. Internship, Université Catholique de Lyon, ESTBB, France

    Zostera marina seed predation by the shore crab Carcinus maenas


Are you looking for: Internship, Bachelor or Master thesis?

We might have a position for you, send a mail to: eduardo.infantes [at] with CV and cover letter.

Check the available student projects.

Seagrass Ecology Lab - Kristineberg 2017

Seagrass_Ecology_Lab_Kristineber 2017

From left to right. Above: Joakim Nilsson, Niklas Warwas, Per-Olav Moksnes, Jenny, Elena Tamarit. Below: Lukas Schulden, Jenny Nguyen, Eduardo Infantes, Ines Castejon, Erin Cox, Laura West, Matthew Adam.

Contact: eduardo.infantes [at]    Kristineberg Station, Kristineberg 566, SE-45178, Fiskebäckskil, Sweden