Ms SEAH Wei Wei

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Email address: SEAH_WEI_WEI@NPARKS.GOV.SG

 

Research Interests

The focus of my research is on the taxonomy of angiosperm plant families, particularly the Burseraceae, Calophyllaceae, and Rubiaceae for the Flora of Singapore. I previously worked on the vegetation ecology of Singapore’s Nee Soon freshwater swamp forest and garnered a working knowledge of local plant species. I will expand my interests into the Rubiaceae and other woody plants of the Southeast Asian region, with special interest in the Malay Peninsula and Borneo.

  

Current Research

  1. Taxonomic work on the Burseraceae and some genera of Rubiaceae for the Flora of Singapore

 

Selected Publications

Tan, S. Y., K. Y. Chong, L. Neo, C. Y. Koh, R. C. J. Lim, J. W. Loh, W. Q. Ng, W. W. Seah, A. T. K. Yee and H. T. W. Tan, 2016. Towards a field guide to the trees of the Nee Soon Swamp Forest: Xanthophyllum (Polygalaceae). Nature in Singapore, 9: 139–147.
Lim, R. C. J., K. Y. Chong, L. Neo, S. Y. Tan, C. Y. Koh, J. W. Loh, W. Q. Ng, W. W. Seah, A. T. K. Yee and H. T. W. Tan, 2016. Towards a field guide to the trees of the Nee Soon Swamp Forest (III): Myristicaceae. Nature in Singapore, 9: 69–138.
Neo, L., K. Y. Chong, S. Y. Tan, C. Y. Koh, R. C. J. Lim, J. W. Loh, W. Q. Ng, W. W. Seah, A. T. K. Yee and H. T. W. Tan, 2016. Towards a field guide to the trees of the Nee Soon Swamp Forest (II): Cratoxylum (Hypericaceae). Nature in Singapore, 9: 29–39.
Chong, K. Y., L. Neo, S. Y. Tan, C. Y. Koh, R. C. J. Lim, J. W. Loh, W. Q. Ng, W. W. Seah, A. T. K. Yee and H. T. W. Tan, 2016. Towards a field guide to the trees of the Nee Soon Swamp Forest (I): Lauraceae. Nature in Singapore, 9: 1–28.

  

 

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