Georgia Conolly (MSc 2015)
Georgia was a student on the Applied Marine and Fisheries Ecology MSc. She worked on her MSc thesis at the field station carrying out an analysis of fulmar geolocation activity data collected from the breeding fulmars on Eynhallow, exploring links between nocturnal foraging behaviour and bathymetry. Georgia is a keen diver and is the Coordinator for Seasearch in Scotland, a national project which trains SCUBA divers to record the marine life and habitats they see on their dives around Britain.
Currently Georgia works at the RSPB