BSc (Hons) in Accounting and Finance, Warwick Business School, University of Warwick
BSc in Biology with a concentration in Marine Science, University of Victoria, Canada
Blue carbon; blue growth; integrated multi trophic (restorative) aquaculture
Lynn's interests lie in analysing the potential, barriers, and socio-economic limitations of understudied coastal and marine ecosystems to support and develop expertise in the emerging field of blue carbon science. She hopes to further explore how evidence-based science can be applied and implemented for Blue Growth, with potential synergistic benefits for both the environment and the aquaculture industry.
Lynn’s interest in studying the complex dynamics of marine ecosystem services stems from previous research, which spanned the adoption of an ecosystem approach for deep-sea mining, to investigating the state of blue economy development for Singapore. Most recently, she worked for the Natural Capital Singapore project, where she was involved in quantifying ecosystem services for the coastal and marine environment.
- Friess, D.A., Yando, E.S., Wong, LW. and Bhatia, N. 2020. Indicators of scientific value as an under-recognised ecosystem service of coastal and marine habitats. Ecological Indicators 113, p.106255.
- Tan, P.Y., Zhang, J.Y., Masoudi, M., Alemu, J.B., Edwards, P., Grêt-Regamey, A., Richards, D., Saunders, J., Song, X.P. and Wong, LW. 2020. Untangling the Concept of Urban Ecosystem Services to Advance its Use in Creating Sustainable Urban Landscapes. Landscape and Urban Planning, 200, 103837.
- Friess, D.A., Yando, E.S., Alemu, J.B., Wong, LW., Soto S. and Bhatia, N. 2020. Ecosystem services and disservices of mangrove forests and saltmarshes. Oceanography and Marine Biology.
- Thornborough, K.J., Juniper, S.K., Smith, S. and Wong, LW. 2019. Towards an Ecosystem Approach to Environmental Impact Assessment for Deep-Sea Mining. Environmental Issues of Deep-Sea Mining. pp. 63-94. Springer, Cham.