Christine Tomichek

Senior Fisheries Biologist

Chris Tomichek is responsible for assisting clients in planning and implementing of aquatic organism studies including fisheries, and macroinvertebrate assessments. She plans and implements studies for fish passage, site assessments, NPDES 316(b) and hydro licensing compliance working closely with our engineering staff in identifying the need for engineering solutions, their location and their design. Chris is involved in consultation with both state and federal resource agencies in support of clients. Prior to joining Kleinschmidt, Chris worked for over 20 years at Millstone Nuclear Power Facility assessing, reporting and mitigating fisheries related power plant impacts. Her responsibilities ranged from primary data collection, using various data collection techniques, to assisting in study and survey designs, supervision of study teams, to analysis and reporting. Chris has extensive expertise in endangered species assessment and currently holds an Endangered Species research permit for shortnose sturgeon.

EDUCATION
B.S. Fisheries Biology, University of Massachusetts

 

Christine A. Tomichek