Dr Regina Lindborg



Projects

Woody or treeless pastures? Linking subsidy systems, farmers decisions and management for understanding biodiversity patterns.
01/01/2012 - 31/12/2014
Svenska naturbetesmarker har varit i fokus under lång tid på grund av deras höga biologiska och kulturella värden. Dessa värden är till stor del knutet till ett traditionellt lågintensivt brukningssätt som har utförts på dessa...

Habitat restoration in fragmented landscapes: effects on biodiversity and ecosystem functions
01/01/2010 - 31/12/2012
Large resources are invested in habitat restoration in Sweden each year, e.g. for grasslands. Surprisingly, strategies for directing restoration efforts underpinned by thorough ecological knowledge are largely lacking. Little is known about how efficient these restoration efforts...

Ecosystem services in agricultural landscapes: the development of a framework for assessing synergies and dealing with trade-offs among multiple services
01/01/2008 - 31/12/2010
Agricultural production is expected to continue to expand globally, despite substantial trade-offs with other ecosystem services. This has led to an increasing interest in managing agricultural landscapes for enhanced multi-functionality. The aim of this project is to develop a c...

Understanding plant dynamics associated with current and historical land use to mitigated future species decline
01/01/2007 - 31/12/2010
This project contributes to the understanding of plant dynamics in rural landscapes at large temporal and spatial scales. A major part of the Swedish plant diversity is associated to the agricultural landscape, especially traditionally managed semi-natural grasslands. The most co...

Understanding effects of land use changes on ecosystems to halt loss of biodiverity due to habitat destruction, fragmentation and degradation
01/11/2006 - 30/04/2009
To stop biodiversity declines and meet future challenges, a better understanding is needed on how biodiversity is affected by historic and current land use changes. In the COCONUT project we will (1) gather existing and new data on both historic and current species richness and l...


Collaborating with

Hahn, Thomas

Dr. Thomas Hahn is currently Assistant Professor at Stockholm Resilience Centre and theme leader of the Stewardship research theme.

His background is in agricult...


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