The Internal Board

David R. Green

Coastal GIS, Mapping and Remote Sensing, Management of Coastal Data, Internet

Tel: +44 (0)1224 272324

Martin Heubeck

Research Fellow
SOTEAG resident ornithologist in Shetland and Vice Chairman of SOTEAG’s WRCC. Expert in wildlife response preparedness and rescue after oilspills.

Tel: +44 (0)1224 272324

Mick Mellor


Tel: +44 (0)1224 272324

Tom O'Donoghue

Coastal engineering, wave and current processes, offshore structures

Tel: +44 (0)1224 272508

 Tavis Potts 

Human and Environmental, Coastal Management, Stakeholder Participation, MSP

Tel.  +44 (0)1224 273837

Dmitri Mauquoy

Biogeography, Saltmarsh, Bogs and Coastal Wetlands

Tel. +44 (0)1224272364

Research Associates

North58 & North58 Adventures

Associate Members

  • Stewart Angus
    Honorary Senior Lecturer
    Policy and Advice, Coastal Ecologist
  • Mohamed Arnous
    Honorary Research Fellow, University of the Suez Canal - Egypt
    Marine and Coastal Geology, Hazards, Remote Sensing and GIS
  • Margaret Carlisle
    Honorary Research Fellow
    Coastal Management, especially ICZM and GIS.
  • Sue Dawson
    Honorary Senior Research Fellow
    Coastal stratigraphy, Holocene changes and climatic changes. Expert in marine diatoms for palaeo reconstructions.
  • Cristina Gomez
    Honorary Research Fellow
    Environmental Applications of remote sensing and GIS
  • Pippa Low
    Research Associate - North58 Sea Adventures
    Pippa is a marine biologist, sailing instructor, divemaster and advanced commercial powerboat driver
  • Alison Macdonald
    Research Associate - School of Law
    Marine and Coastal Law, Marine Spatial Planning
  • Simon Paterson
    Research Associate - North58 Sea Adventures
    Simon has spent much of his life on the waters of the Moray Firth. He is the owner and operator of Findhorn Marina, an RYA Powerboat trainer and advanced commercial powerboat driver, the Chief Coxswain and founder of Moray Inshore Rescue Organisation (MIRO), a private marine rescue service with a volunteer crew and specialist sea survival equipment monitored by the Maritime and Coastguard Agency.  
  • Jacqui Tweddle
    Research Associate - School of Biological Sciences
    Areas of expertise: Bio-physical oceanography; marine spatial planning; experienced in knowledge exchange and engaging with marine policy makers and management authorities, and stakeholders; interested in spatial variability of ecosystem service provision.

International External Advisory Board