Overview of the research and projects that we undertake in the Offshore Renewables Group
The transition to renewable energy requires quantitative estimates of any potential environmental impacts. At BioSS, we develop models and statistical methods that can be used to understand the possible effects of offshore renewable energy generation on seabirds and marine mammals.
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Earlier this year, BioSS presented research at a conference organised by the Scottish Government's RESAS
BioSS participated in a week-long workshop at the Bayes Centre in Edinburgh.
BioSS attended a workshop on building stronger connections between marine science, policy, and industry.
BioSS and University of Aberdeen met in Cromarty to work together on offshore renewables research.
BioSS attended a two-day discussion and information-sharing workshop at the University of Glasgow.
Climate change and seabird demography
Potential climate-driven changes to seabird demography: implications for assessments of marine renewable energy development
Two staff from BioSS attended the largest marine science conference in the UK.
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