Daisy Burnell (MSc Student)
Daisy’s interests lie with the interaction between marine top predators, especially seabirds, and the expanding marine industry in Scotland. She was a student from the University of Aberdeen on the MSc Applied Marine and Fisheries Ecology programme and conducted her masters research project at the field station during the summer of 2017. Her research project consisted of tagging fulmars, breeding on Eynhallow, with GPS trackers to map their foraging distributions. She hoped to identify the extent of overlap between these foraging distributions and proposed marine renewable sites off the Orkney coast.