Tessa Manning

Tessa Manning

Higher Degree by Research Candidate

School of Biological Sciences

Faculty of Sciences, Engineering and Technology

I am a passionate young conservation scientist. I'd like to make a difference in Australian conservation through furthering scientific research into reintroduction ecology. I love fieldwork and being in the bush, but also have a great interest in what we can learn through conservation genetics. I am currently working on my PhD exploring how to improve success of red-tailed phascogale reintroductions in South Australia.

  • Journals

    Year Citation
    2023 Manning, T. P., Austin, J. J., Moseby, K. E., & Jensen, M. A. (2023). Skewed paternity impacts genetic diversity in a small reintroduced population of western quolls (Dasyurus geoffroii). Australian Mammalogy, 45(2), 199-209.
    DOI Scopus2
  • Datasets

    Year Citation
    - Manning, T., Austin, J., Jensen, M., & Moseby, K. (n.d.). Arid Recovery 2018/19 western quoll microstallite genotypes.

During my PhD research I received a total of $61,535 in grant frunding from 12 different small grants. 

Laboratory demonstrator and marker for Zoology II, semester 1 2024
Field demonstrator for Animal ID, semester 1 2023

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