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John Lynch, PhD

Postdoctoral Researcher

john.lynch@physics.ox.ac.uk

Department of Zoology, University of Oxford
Department of Physics, University of Oxford
St Catherine’s College, University of Oxford
Oxford Martin School

Interests and Expertise

My research involves the development and application of environmental and climate models to report the impacts (positive or negative) of different land managements and greenhouse gas emission pathways. As part of the Nature-based Solutions Initiative, I am particularly interested in linking carbon removal interventions with improved indicators of biodiversity and ecological functioning.

Background

My background is broadly in ecology and agricultural sustainability. My undergraduate degree was in Natural Sciences (Plant Sciences / Ecology), and I have an MSc in Applied Ecology and Conservation. My PhD studied the evolution of herbicide resistance in agricultural weeds, and I have had previous postdoc positions exploring agricultural sustainability assessment and the contribution of agricultural greenhouse gas emissions to global warming.

John Lynch, PhD