Edward Roseman is a Research Fisheries Biologist based out of Ann Arbor, MI.
I am a Research Fish Biologist at the USGS Great Lakes Science in Ann Arbor, MI where I have been employed since 2004. I have a Ph.D. in Fisheries Science from Michigan State University and I specialize in fish early life history studies. I participate in multi-jurisdictional collaborative research and assessment projects that examine the efficacy of fish habitat restoration, influences of physical factors on fish year-class strength development, and long-term monitoring of Great Lakes fish communities.
Science and Products
Science and Products
Pre-USGS PublicationsMills, E. L., E. F. Roseman, M. Rutzke, W. H. Gutenmann, and D. J. Lisk. 1993. Contaminant and nutrient element concentrations in soft tissues of zebra and quagga mussels from southern Lake Ontario. Chemosphere 27(8):1465-1473.Mills, E.L., R.M. Dermott, E.F. Roseman, D. Dustin, E. Mellina, D.B. Conn, and A. Spidle. 1993. Colonization, ecology, and population structure of the "quagga" mussel (Bivalvia: Dreissenidae) in the lower Great Lakes. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 50(11):2305-2314.
Dustin, D.L., E.L. Mills, E.F. Roseman, E. Mellina, and D.B. Conn. 1993. Demography of the quagga ssel in the Lower Great Lakes Basin. Bulletin of the North American Benthological Society 10:197-198.Roseman, E.F., E.L. Mills, M. Rutzke, W.H. Gutenmann, and D.J. Lisk. 1994. Absorption of Cadmium from water by zebra and quagga mussels (Bivalvia: Dreissenidae). Chemosphere 28(4):737-743.Roseman, E.F., E.L. Mills, J.L. Forney, and L.G. Rudstam. 1995. Competition between age-0 yellow perch (Perca flavescens) and gizzard shad (Dorosoma cepedianum) in Oneida Lake, New York. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 53(4):865-874.Mills, E.L., R. O'Gorman, E.F. Roseman, C. Adams, and R.W. Owens. 1995. Planktivory by alewife (Alosa pseudoharengus) and rainbow smelt (Osmerus mordax) on microcrustacean zooplankton and dreissenid (Bivalvia: Dreissenidae) veligers in southern Lake Ontario. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 52(5):925-935.Roseman, E.F. 1996. Stress and student life. Fisheries 21(5):29.Roseman, E.F., W.W. Taylor, D.B. Hayes, R.C. Haas, R.L. Knight, and K.O. Paxton. 1996. Walleye egg deposition and survival on reefs in western Lake Erie. Proceedings of the Second International Percid Fishes Symposium. Annales Zoologici Fennici 33:341-351.Neumann, E., E.F. Roseman, and H. Lehtonen. 1996. Report of the working group on determination of year-class strength. Proceedings of the Second International Percid Fishes Symposium. Annales Zoologici Fennici 33:315-320.Roseman, E.F., D.J. Jude, T.G. Coon, M.K. Raths, and W.W. Taylor. 1998. Occurrence of deepwater sculpin (Myoxocephalus thompsoni) in western Lake Erie. Journal of Great Lakes Research 24(2):479-483.Roseman, E.F., W.W. Taylor, D.B. Hayes, R.C. Haas, D.H. Davies, and S.D. Mackey. 1999. The influence of physical processes on the early life history stages of walleye, Stizostedion vitreum, in western Lake Erie. Ecosystem Considerations in Fisheries Management: Proc. of the 16th Lowell Wakefield Symposium, Anchorage, AK. AK-SG-99-01:43-55.Mills, E.L., J.R. Chrisman, B. Baldwin, R.W. Owens, R. O'Gorman, T. Howell, E.F. Roseman, and M.K. Raths. 1999. Changes in the dreissenid community in the lower Great Lakes with emphasis on Lake Ontario. Journal of Great Lakes Research 25(1):187-197.Roseman, E.F., W.W. Taylor, D.B. Hayes, R.L. Knight, and R.C. Haas. 1999. The demise and rehabilitation of walleye in Lake Erie. Sustainable Lake Management: Proceedings of the Eighth International Conference on the Conservation and Management of Lakes, Volume 2:S15B-11.Roseman, E.F., W.W. Taylor, D.B. Hayes, R.L. Knight, and R.C. Haas. 2001. Removal of walleye eggs from reefs in western Lake Erie by a catastrophic storm. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 130(2):341-346.Roseman, E.F., W.W. Taylor, D.B. Hayes, J. Fofrich, Sr., and R.L. Knight. 2002. Evidence of walleye spawning in Maumee Bay, Lake Erie. Ohio Journal of Science 102:51-55.Taylor, W.W., D.B. Hayes, C.P. Ferreri, K.D. Lynch, K.R. Newman, and E.F. Roseman. 2002. Integrating landscape ecology into fisheries management: a rationale and practical considerations. Pages 366-389. In: Integrating Landscape Ecology into Natural Resource Management, J. Liu and W. W. Taylor, editors. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, England.Roseman, E.F., and C.A. Tomichek. 2002. Trends in abundance of eggs, larvae, juvenile and adult fish collected from 1976 through 2001 in eastern Long Island Sound. Proceedings of the Northeast Estuarine Ecology Research Symposium. December 1, 2002.Crivello, J.F., D. Danila, E.Lorda, S. Saila, M. Keser, and E.F. Roseman. 2004. The genetic stock structure of larval and juvenile winter flounder in Connecticut waters of eastern Long Island Sound and estimations of entrainment. Journal of Fish Biology 64(1):1-15.Stepien, C., and E.F. Roseman. 2004. Percid ecology: Current status and future research needs. Pages 5-6. In T.P. Barry and J. A. Malison (editors) Proceedings of Percis III: The Third International Percid Fish Symposium. University of Wisconsin Sea Grant, WISCU-W-03-001.Roseman, E.F. 2004. Percid management: Current status and future research needs. Pages 7-8. In T.P. Barry and J. A. Malison (editors) Proceedings of Percis III: The Third International Percid Fish Symposium. University of Wisconsin Sea Grant, WISCU-W-03-001