Beth Scott is a Professor in Marine Ecology at the University of Aberdeen. She conducts multi-disciplinary research using her expertise in marine ecology (oceanography, seabird and fisheries sciences). Recently her research portfolio (PELAgIO, PREDICT and EcoNex) has been focused on the understanding of the effects of marine renewable energy systems on multi-trophic interactions. Her research team is developing methods for an ecosystem-based Marine Spatial Planning decision-support system to better incorporate ecosystem services and climate change knowledge into effective policies. She is currently a Co-Director for the EPSRC Offshore Renewable Energy (ORE) Supergen Hub and a member of the Scottish Government Offshore Renewables Research (ScotMER) group and the Scottish Biodiversity Programme Board: Advisory Group. She was part of the European Marine Board Working Group on Marine Renewable Energy.
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