Nuclear magnetic resonance image of the author's brain: a parametric map of the excitation of hydrogen nuclei by an extremely powerful oscillatory magnetic field, while lying in suspended animation within a futuristic toroidal sarcophagus. Created at the Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, Medical Research Council, Cambridge, UK.
Lin, Y. 2018. Malaya's timeless design. The Collectors Club Philatelist 97(6):354–374.
Lin, Y. 2018. A search for statistical laws governing definitive stamp production. The London Philatelist 127:335–343.
Lin, Y. 2018. Raman spectroscopic identification of vermilion ink in the BMA MALAYA $2 duty plate. The Malayan Philatelist 59:62–65.
Lin, Y. 2018. Old mysteries and new questions about the Okugawa-Akira seal. The Malayan Philatelist 59:38.
Lin, Y. & Magis, A. 2018. BMA blues: spectroscopic insights. The Malayan Philatelist 59:40—42.
Mustacich, R. V. & Lin, Y. 2018. Perforation quality and small-hole characteristics in the Malaya small heads issue. The Malayan Philatelist 59:42–45.
Lin, Y. 2017. Pahang small heads 35 cents: a typographical anomaly? The Malayan Philatelist 58:99—100.
Lin, Y. & Yong, E. 2017. The human touch in SMC perfin production. The Malayan Philatelist 58:98.
Lin, Y. & Cheah, J. S. 2017. BMA Malaya 50 cents: a forgery of the forgery? The Malayan Philatelist 58:93—94.
Lin, Y. 2017. BMA Malaya 25 cents double overprint: which overprint came first? The Malayan Philatelist 58:43—44.
Lin, Y. 2017. Ultraviolet fluorescence of the BMA 1 cent magenta overprint? The Malayan Philatelist 58:13.
Lin, Y. 2016. An obscure BMA 15c. forgery? The Malayan Philatelist 57:89—90.
Lin, Y. & Cheah, J. S. 2016. The TRENGGANU overprint: genuine and forged. The Malayan Philatelist 57:83—86.
Lin, Y. & Cheah, J. S. 2016. Two distinct varieties of the BMA 50 cents postal forgery? The Malayan Philatelist 57:16—18.
Lin, Y. 2016. A case for collecting and studying philatelic forgeries. Stamp Magazine 82(2):27.
Lin, Y. 2015. The stamp that took Malaya by storm. The Malaysian Philatelist 2015(1):3–13.
Lin, Y. & Sutherland, W. J. 2015. Compartmentalization influences the response of bioenergetic ecological networks to species declines. Journal of Complex Networks 4(1):140–155.
Lin, Y. & Sutherland, W. J. 2014. Extinction and invasion do not add up in noisy dynamic ecological networks. Basic and Applied Ecology 15:475–485.
Lin, Y. & Sutherland, W. J. 2014. Interaction modification effects on ecological networks are affected by ratio dependence and network topology. Journal of Theoretical Biology 363:151–157.
Peh, K. S.-H. et al. 2014. Forest fragmentation and ecosystem function. In Kettle, C. & Koh, L. P. eds. Global Forest Fragmentation pp. 96–114. CABI, United Kingdom.
Lin, Y. & Sutherland, W. J. 2013. Color and degree of interspecific synchrony of environmental noise affect the variability of complex ecological networks. Ecological Modelling 263:162–173.
The library at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. ©Lin Yangchen
Lin, Y. 2013. Tubographical transactions: a search for traces of the past. In López Galviz, C. & Merrill, S. eds. Going Underground: New Perspectives pp. 92–105. London Transport Museum.
Assaneo, F. et al. 2013. Dynamics and coexistence in a system with intraguild mutualism. Ecological Complexity 14:64–74.
Lin, Y. 2009. Home range of Chalcophaps indica Linnaeus 1758 (Aves: Columbidae) in a semi-forested landscape. Malayan Nature Journal 61:209–212.
Lin, Y. 2008. Freedom of expression: wildlife through curved glass. Asian Geographic 58:22–25.
Lin, Y. 2008. Big and beautiful eyes. Nature Watch 16:6–9.
Sodhi, N. S. et al. 2007. Barcoding Indo-Malayan birds. Raffles Bulletin of Zoology 55:397–398.
Lin, Y. 2006. The straw-headed bulbul's legendary song. Nature Watch 14:8–10.
Lin, Y. 2005. Singapore's answer to Notre Dame de Paris. The Organ 334:8–10.
On the summit of Tambora volcano in the Indonesian archipelago, where
the most powerful eruption in recorded history took place in 1815.
My companion on the Godwin-Austen glacier en route to K2 (8611 m) in the Karakoram Himalaya.
The snowy peak at far left is Chongtar Kangri (7315 m).
A suspected Zika patient
PhD dissertation, University of Cambridge
Gunung Tahan, the highest mountain in the Malay peninsula
Malaya's timeless design: the universal coconut duty plate
Boiling postage stamps in the kitchen
The Oxford Fell Types in contemporary typography
Bach's Toccata & Fugue BWV 565 on the world's largest organ
Code library and scientific data on GitHub
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