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Judy Rosovsky

Organization: Vermont Agency of Agriculture, Food & Markets, Department of Agriculture

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Judy works with research biologists on a variety of forest health projects, ranging from insect diversity to acid rain monitoring with the goal of facilitating communication between research scientists, politicians and the lay public; and to archive and make forest ecosystem and other ecological information available in an accessible manner to a wider audience. Until recently Judy taught as an adjunct instructor in local colleges, primarily at Johnson State College. Judy previously split her time between FEMC and the USDA’s APHIS Plant Protection and Quarantine (PPQ) program, which is a regulatory arm of the USDA. She is now the State Entomologist for the state of Vermont

List of Projects

Project Role Start End
Proctor Maple Research Center Meteorological Monitoring: (399 m)Participant 1988-06-01 Ongoing
Vermont Acid Precipitation Monitoring ProgramSite Operator 1980-01-01 Ongoing
National Atmospheric Deposition Program/National Trends Network (NADP/NTN)Site Operator 1984-06-01 Ongoing
Atmospheric Integrated Research Monitoring NetworkSite Operator 1993-01-01 2013-05-30
Tree Nutrition Status on Long-term Soil Monitoring PlotsParticipant 2000-07-01 2000-10-31
Wet Deposition of Mercury at Proctor Maple Research Center (Mercury Deposition Network-MDN)Site Operator 2004-07-27 2016-01-19