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Miss Hannah Ladd-Jones

Miss Hannah Ladd-Jones
MASTS Public Engagement Co-Ordinator


 

As the Public Engagement Coordinator for the Marine Alliance for Science and Technology for Scotland (MASTS), Hannah assists MASTS in promoting Ocean Literacy in Scotland and disseminate the research of it's 17 partner organisations both the public and policy through innovative methods. Hannah runs MASTS social media and external communications streams ensuring the MASTS community is up-to-date and creating a two-way interaction between researchers and the audiences of MASTS. Hannah is the coordinator of the Coastal Resources Management Group and Project Manager for the Sustainable Fisheries Interactions and Conservation of Elasmobranchs in Scottish seas based at the University of St Andrews and twitter handle is @h_laddjones.

Previous role: Project Manager for the £1.5m EMFF Scottish Inshore Fisheries Integrated Data System (SIFIDS) Project based at the University of St Andrews after completing her Conservation and Biodiversity Masters with the University of Exeter in 2017. She was also a researcher for the Fishpi2 project looking into electronic data collection and reporting systems and trials for Northern European small-scale fisheries. She operates at the interface between fisheries science, policy and industry monitoring and provides day to day support for the project’s progress. Her interests surround inshore fisheries management and sustainability.

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Research Overview:

As the Public Engagement Coordinator for the Marine Alliance for Science and Technology for Scotland (MASTS), Hannah assists MASTS in promoting Ocean Literacy in Scotland and disseminate the research of it's 17 partner organisations both the public and policy through innovative methods. Hannah runs MASTS social media and external communications streams ensuring the MASTS community is up-to-date and creating a two-way interaction between researchers and the audiences of MASTS. Hannah is the coordinator of the Coastal Resources Management Group and Project Manager for the Sustainable Fisheries Interactions and Conservation of Elasmobranchs in Scottish seas based at the University of St Andrews and twitter handle is @h_laddjones.

Previous role: Project Manager for the £1.5m EMFF Scottish Inshore Fisheries Integrated Data System (SIFIDS) Project based at the University of St Andrews after completing her Conservation and Biodiversity Masters with the University of Exeter in 2017. She was also a researcher for the Fishpi2 project looking into electronic data collection and reporting systems and trials for Northern European small-scale fisheries. She operates at the interface between fisheries science, policy and industry monitoring and provides day to day support for the project’s progress. Her interests surround inshore fisheries management and sustainability. 

 

 

13 (of 13 /dk/atira/pure/researchoutput/status/published available) for helj2. (source: University of St Andrews PURE)
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SIFIDS Work package 1: Review and Optimisation of Shellfish Data Collection Strategies for Scottish Inshore Waters. Beth Mouat, Mike Bergh, Richard L. Shelmerdine, Kobus Leach, Hannah Ladd-Jones, Mark Andrew James
2021
SIFIDS Work Package 7: Engagement with inshore sector to promote and inform Kyla Orr, Ali McKnight, Kathryn Logan, Hannah Ladd-Jones, Mark Andrew James
2020
SIFIDS Work Package 3: Development of a novel, automated mechanism for the collection of scallop stock data C. Richard Bates, Melanie Chocholek, Clive Fox, John Howe, Niel Jones, Hannah Ladd-Jones, Mark Andrew James
2019
SIFIDS Work Package 5: Capture and incorporation of experiential fisheries data Mark Andrew James, Tania Mendo, Hannah Ladd-Jones, Paddy McCann, Swithun Crowe, Alexander James Coram, Simon Northridge
2019
SIFIDS Work Package 6: Development of a pilot relational data resource for the collation and interpretation of inshore fisheries data Alexander N. Tidd, Richard A. Ayers, Grant P. Course, Guy R. Pasco, Hannah Ladd-Jones, Mark Andrew James
2019
SIFIDS Work Package 6a: Development of a relational database and user interface Mark Andrew James, Hannah Ladd-Jones, Paddy McCann, Swithun Crowe, Tania Mendo
2019
SIFIDS Work Package 8b: Identifying fishing activities and their associated drivers Tania Mendo, Sophie Caroline Smout, Ian Noel Durbach, Paddy McCann, Swithun Crowe, Ariadna Carulla Fàbrega, Irene de Prado, Hannah Ladd-Jones, Mark Andrew James
2019
SIFIDS Work Package 4: Assessment of socio-economic and cultural characteristics of the Scottish inshore fishery Suzannah-Lynn Billing, Shannon Anderson, Andrew Parker, Martin Eichhorn, Lindsay Louise Vare, E Thomson, Emily Thomson, Hannah Ladd-Jones, Mark Andrew James
2018
SIFIDS Work Package 8A: On board surveyors Grant P. Course, Grant R. Pasco, Ash Royston, Richard Ayers, Hannah Ladd-Jones, Mark Andrew James
2018
Using mobile phone technology to capture small-scale fisheries data – is this the future? Hannah Ladd-Jones, Mark Andrew James, Tania Mendo, Paddy McCann, Simon Northridge
2018

Contact Details:

Miss Hannah Ladd-Jones
Scottish Oceans Institute
East Sands
University of St Andrews
St Andrews
KY16 8LB
Fife
UK

tel: 01334 463469
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room: 1.09
email: helj2@st-andrews.ac.uk

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Scottish Oceans Institute
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Gatty Marine Laboratory
East Sands St Andrews
KY16 8LB
Scotland
UK

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