APEM’s digital aerial surveys have finished gathering detailed data on marine wildlife for the Moray East offshore wind farm off the coast of Scotland.
Nicola Teague, Divisional Director and Head of Fisheries, looks back at her career at APEM and how much of an impact her first ever project has had.
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