In my research I use statistical models to understand the environmental and biotic drivers of spatiotemporal variation in the body condition of Baltic Sea cod.
I also have a long-going interest in understanding the impacts of warming on the body growth and size of fish.
Ph.D. in Marine Ecology, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences: Climate change impacts on fish communities –how species interactions and fishing mediate physiological responses to climate change
Aug 2014-Sep 2015
MRes Applied Marine and Fisheries Ecology (Distinction), University of Aberdeen
BSc Biology (2:1 equivalent), University of Gothenburg, Sweden. Majority of courses completed with pass with special distinction
Lindmark, M., Huss, M., Ohlberger, J. and Gårdmark, A., 2018. Temperature‐dependent body size effects determine population responses to climate warming. Ecology letters, 21(2), pp.181-189.
Lindmark, M., Ohlberger, J., Huss, M. and Gårdmark, A., 2019. Size‐based ecological interactions drive food web responses to climate warming. Ecology letters, 22(5), pp.778-786