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Cape Sable Seaside Sparrow, Florida Everglades

The Cape Sable Seaside Sparrow (Ammodramus maritimus mirabilis) has been listed as federally endangered since 1967. Due to the sparrow’s critical status, emergency actions have been undertaken to protect the sparrow’s breeding habitat in the Everglades National Park (ENP).
As part of the state authorization for the actions involving the S 332B, C, and D pump stations and the adjacent detention areas that border the ENP, monitoring is required for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) to operate the pumps and determine the impacts of these operations on water quality. As the prime contractor, ANAMAR was responsible for performing permit compliance monitoring. Monitoring activities included continuous collection of water quality samples with autosamplers, surface water quality monitoring, groundwater well sample collection, in situ data collection with Hydrolabs, and low-level mercury sampling and analysis of water and fish. Task orders included organizing weekly field sampling operations, autosampler and Hydrolab comparability studies, grab sample comparability studies, field and laboratory QA, USACE total phosphorus inter-lab Round Robin studies, database management, electronic deliverables, and quarterly report production. ANAMAR personnel traveled to study sites weekly during the course of the project and mobilized on short notice to emergency sampling requests.

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