Answer: The Santee Cooper’s environmental resources section basically is a division under which the horticulture center, the water quality management, aquaculture and vector management sections are grouped. The horticulture center and the aquaculture center are no longer in operation, but the water quality section was later renamed to analytical and biological services, as the scope of the services provided by that unit expanded to include coal monitoring and various testing beyond the scope of just water quality.
During my tenure in analytical and biological services, I was involved in environmental monitoring, aquatic plant management, habitat enhancement, NPDES compliance, and cooperative work with both federal and state agencies.
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