Tom Sevick

Ecosystem Management Associate

Tom Sevick, Ecosystem Management Associate with The Water Institute, is coastal biologist who has more than seven years of diverse experience in Gulf of Mexico coastal landscapes.

Before joining The Water Institute, Sevick was a Marine Fisheries Biologist III with the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries where he was responsible for the collection of fisheries data, assessing coastal habitats, and analyzing fish population changes. His research interests include investigating the impacts of marsh fragmentation on fisheries and aquatic life, how human activity interacts with coastal ecosystems and impacts of oil spills in the Gulf of Mexico.

Sevick received his bachelor’s degree in environmental sciences with a concentration in biology and minor in sociology from Loyola University and a master’s degree in biology from the University of Southern Mississippi.