Tessa Corsetti


Tessa is a biologist with the Research and Monitoring Program at the Great Bay Reserve. She is currently working to advance estuarine science and conservation through a variety of research and monitoring efforts in and around Great Bay. Her primary focus is on habitat restoration, monitoring the effects of climate change to the estuary, and studying the many wildlife species that call Great Bay home. As a wildlife biologist, Tessa is excited to expand on existing wildlife work at Great Bay and develop new projects for the research program.

Before joining the research team at Great Bay, Tessa worked as a wildlife biologist in the private sector and a wildlife technician at Grand Canyon National Park in Arizona. She has a Master of Science in Forestry with a focus on Ecology and Conservation Biology from Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff, Arizona and a Bachelor of Science in Wildlife and Conservation Biology from the University of New Hampshire.

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