Ms. Lyn Arrisol
Miss Lyn Arrisol is an Environmental Science lecturer at the University of Seychelles and a research member of the James Michel Blue Economy Research Institute. She holds a Bachelor of Education and an MSc in Marine Science and Sustainability. She teaches courses such as Earth Atmospheric Sciences and Biological Principles and Interaction in Tropical Ecology. Her background is in Education, also as a professional development facilitator and as a social science teacher specialising in the teaching of geography in Secondary School. Her main research interests are in the vulnerability and resilience of coastal communities, human behavioural ecology of marine resources, coastal management, and sustainable and equitable use of oceans. She is the focal person for the Negotiating Ocean Conflicts among Rivals for Sustainable and Equitable Solutions (NOCRISES) project for the case study Seychelles and is currently working on my Ph.D. focusing on the evaluation and negotiating of Ocean conflicts.
MSc (Marine Science & Sustainability)
Vulnerability of fishery-based livelihoods to climate variability and change in a tropical island: insights from small-scale fishers in Seychelles.
Discover Sustainability 2021;2(1):48. doi: 10.1007/s43621-021-00057-4. Epub 2021 Nov 8.
Department of Ichthyology and Fisheries Science MSc and PhD reports