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Jamie Sweeney, B.S., Bio-Technician I Jamie assists senior and biological staff with data collection in the field and post project analysis on various projects within the Central Valley of California. Her innovative ideas, positive attitude and love for the field of work makes her a valued team member with CFS.

Projects/Services: Jamie has worked on rivers throughout California, including the Merced, American, Stanislaus, and Yuba, as well as Lagunitas creek. She uses a variety of sampling techniques to assess physical habitat quality such as water surface elevation measurements, water quality, depth, velocity, substrate composition, and vegetation cover. She also utilizes biological sampling techniques such as snorkel surveys, carcass surveys, telemetry tracking, beach seining, back-pack electrofishing, rotary screw trapping, drift net sampling and benthic macroinvertebrate sampling to assess fish and invertebrate populations. Jamie also has experience sorting and identifying benthic invertebrate organisms in many California freshwater streams. Jamie has worked with a variety of species of concern such as Chinook salmon, Coho salmon, and Steelhead trout, and has collected genetic tissue samples from white sturgeon, juvenile/adult salmonids, and Lower American River Chinook salmon carcasses. Jamie has extensive experience managing and analyzing data in ArcGIS, Excel spreadsheets and Access databases.

Background: Jamie graduated in 2012 with a Bachelors of Science degree in Marine Biology from the University of California, Santa Cruz. While earning her degree, she was involved in an undergraduate research program where she assessed macroinvertebrate re-colonization and community assemblages following a major flow event on the Lower American River while volunteering with the CFS team.

Personal: Even during her days off, Jamie still spends a lot of her free time on the American River with her Black lab, Doug. Jamie also enjoys spending time with family and friends, watching football, hockey and playing harmonica with a local rock and roll cover band.

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