Sasha Bozimowski is an Ecologist specializing in Great Lakes Coastal Wetland restoration and monitoring.
Her expertise using traditional methods of community assessments for aquatic benthic invertebrates, fish, and vegetation along with advanced monitoring technologies (hydroacoustic sonar, remote water quality monitoring and sample collection) allows for a greater understanding of essential coastal wetland functions over diurnal and seasonal timescales.
Ecologist, Restoration and Conservation Science Branch, USGS - Great Lakes Science Center | 09/2019 to Present
Fishery Research Program Associate, Great Lakes Fishery Commission | 11/2017 - 09/2019
Great Lakes Restoration Initiative (GLRI) Wetland Technician, Central Michigan University | 12/2011-11/2017
Education and Certifications
M.S. (Biology: Conservation) from Central Michigan University - 2017
B.S. (Biology: Environmental Studies and Natural Resources, Hydrogeology) from Central Michigan University - 2012
Affiliations and Memberships
Member, Society of Wetland Scientists
Member, International Association for Great Lakes Research
Member, Society for Freshwater Science
Member, American Fisheries Society
Abstracts and Presentations
2021. Bozimowski, A. A. et al. Hydroacoustic sonar data quantify fish passage in a hydrologically reconnected wetland at the Shiawassee National Wildlife Refuge, Saginaw, MI, USA. Society of Wetland Scientists Annual Meeting. June. Virtual Presentation.