Jeniffer S. Lynch

Aquatic Biologist


    M.S., Environmental Science, Columbus State University
  • B.S. Biology, Florida State University

Training and Certifications

    Society of Freshwater Science Certified Taxonomist for Eastern and Western Ephemeroptera, Plecoptera, and Trichoptera, 2017 and 2016
  • 24-Hour MSHA

Jeniffer Lynch is an Aquatic Ecologist and a Project Manager with 13 years of experience working with GEI. She has been a project manager or lead scientist on assignments involving National Environmental Protection Act (NEPA) permitting, environmental documents preparation, fisheries monitoring, and aquatic habitat monitoring.

She coordinates the timing, personnel, safety requirements, and protocols necessary for sampling for various types of clients in diverse geographic locations. She has worked extensively with field sampling a variety of aquatic habitats, analysis of data, and report preparation; as well as identification of benthic invertebrates. She has been involved in surveying fish, macroinvertebrate, and periphyton populations from study sites throughout Colorado and the surrounding states, as well as measuring various stream and riparian habitat characteristics.

She has analyzed the data collected during these surveys and reviewed relevant literature to prepare baseline reports, alternatives analysis, Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) sections, Environmental Assessments, and monitoring reports documenting the current conditions in these watersheds and analyzing potential or existing impacts to aquatic populations from various sources. She is also the QA/QC lead for the Denver office.

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