New Jersey Recognized Qualified Dwarf Wedgemussel Surveyors

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New Jersey Recognized Qualified Dwarf Wedgemussel Surveyors

The following list includes individuals recognized by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service), New Jersey Field Office, and the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP), Endangered and Nongame Species Program as qualified to conduct surveys for the federally endangered dwarf wedgemussel (Alasmidonta heterodon). This list may not include all individuals qualified to survey for this species. This list will be updated periodically. Inclusion of names on this list does not constitute endorsement by the Service or any other U.S. Government agency or State agency.

Michael Ciappi, New Jersey Field Office
Senior Fish & Wildlife Biologist
Conservation Planning Assistance
National Environmental Policy Act,
Fish and Wildlife Coordination Act,
wetland mitigation,
offshore wind,
freshwater mussels,
federal project review
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