Justin Link is a Hydrologic Technician in the New England Water Science Center.
JD (Justin) is a surface water technician with stations across a majority of Rhode Island. His work with these stations involves maintenance of equipment as well as ensuring proper discharge rating and shift applications for the publicly available continuous gage height and discharge data.
2019 - present, U.S. Geological Survey - Hydrologic Technician
2019 - 2019, American Conservation Experience, Sudbury, MA - Endangered Species Conservation Fellow
2018 - 2019, AIS Observer Inc, New Bedford, MA - NOAA Northeast Atlantic Fisheries Observer
2017 - 2018, U.S. Fisheries and Wildlife, Marquette, MI - Lamprey Control Biological Science Technician
2016 - 2016, Bureau of Land Management/National Aquatic Monitoring Center, Salt Lake City, UT - Stream Habitat Assessment Technician
2014 - 2015, Peace Corps, Togo, West Africa - Environmental Action and Food Security Agent
2013 - 2014, Lansing Lugnuts, Lansing, MI - Assistant Groundskeeper
2010 - 2012, Michigan Technological University, Houghton, MI - Lakeshore Restoration Technician
Education and Certifications
B.S. Applied Ecology and Environmental Sciences, Michigan Technological University, 2012