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Sue is a marine biologist and underwater photographer, with a particular interest in the marine life of the cool northern waters around Scotland. She writes a regular British Beasts column for Dive magazine, and has contributed articles and photographs to many publications, including Oceans: The World’s Last Wilderness Revealed. She first visited Tristan da Cunha in 2004 and became fascinated by its unique underwater environment. She has returned several times since to lead a project on the marine biodiversity of the island group, funded by the Darwin Initiative. She has worked with the island community to help minimise the biological impact first of an oil rig that stranded on the island in 2006, then of a bulk carrier that sank, spilling fuel oil and diesel, in early 2011. She has also dived around Ascension and St Helena, and lectured on marine life on a variety of cruise ships.
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