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Julianne Rosset, Fish & Wildlife Biologist

CPA--Migratory Fish/Hydropower

Julianne Rosset has been with the New England Field Office since 2015. Rosset started her work with the Service as a Pathways Student Trainee while attending graduate school at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. Shortly after graduating with a degree in Environmental Conservation that focused on migratory fish, Rosset was converted to a permanent Service employee.

As a fish and wildlife biologist, Rosset works with partners and other Service staff to minimize the impacts hydropower dams have on migratory fish, federally protected species, and other riverine fish and wildlife resources. “Relicensing hydropower projects takes time and patience and a vast knowledge base that I am continually building,” Rosset said. “I am fortunate to work with, and learn from, incredible Service staff as well as our partners at the state and federal level.”

Rosset is originally from Florida but came to the New England area from Bermuda where she worked at the Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences for three years. She is learning to appreciate snowier landscapes and all things New England.

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Last updated: February 28, 2017