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Staff Bio
Craig Cornu
Craig Cornu
Craig Cornu
Monitoring Programs Coordinator
Craig Cornu was the Reserve’s Stewardship Coordinator from 1995 to 2007 and was responsible for eight estuarine wetland restoration projects and associated restoration monitoring. Project results are published in Restoration Ecology, Ecological Restoration, Transactions of the American Fisheries Society, and on the South Slough NERR web site. NOAA recognized Craig’s work in estuarine wetland restoration with an Environmental Hero Award in 2002.
Since 2007 Craig has been the Reserve’s Coordinator of Monitoring Programs working to establish reference datasets for regional tidal wetland habitat classes as well as expanding the Reserve’s status and trends monitoring program to characterize local ecosystem effects of land use and climate changes.  He is also continuing to monitor Reserve habitat restoration project sites.

Background and Experience
Craig received a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture with a minor in biology from the University of Oregon in 1993. Previous academic work includes a BS in graphic design from the University of Delaware in 1980.