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BBC Autumnwatch features research by Julia Sutherland (OS 2012) on killer whales

PhD Sea Mammal Research student Julia Sutherland's (OS 2012) research on killer whales around Scotland was recently featured in a short-film during BBC Autumnwatch. Read more.
9 Dec 2022
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Julia Sutherland (OS 2012), PhD student on fieldwork in Shetland Photography by Tom Campbell
Julia Sutherland (OS 2012), PhD student on fieldwork in Shetland Photography by Tom Campbell

PhD Sea Mammal Research student Julia Sutherland's (OS 2012) research on killer whales around Scotland was recently featured in a short-film during BBC Autumnwatch.

You can watch the documentary here.  Julia's work is featured at 25 minutes into the documentary.

Julia attended Stockport Grammar School between 2007 and 2012 and, after completing her degree and spending time working in Marine Biology, Julia is now a PhD student at the University of St Andrews. As part of this programme Julia is conducting research at the Sea Mammal Research Unit, alongside the Scottish Oceans Institute, and is currently completing fieldwork in Shetland.

You can view photographs from the documentary here.

Film camera operator & photographer: Tom Campbell

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