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19-1031.01 Soil and Water Conservationists
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- Soil and Water Conservationists
Alternate Occupation Titles
- Aquatic/Terrestrial Habitat Restoration Technician
- Botany Technician
- Ecologist Technician
- Erosion and Sediment Control Professional
- Erosion Control Design and Installation Contractor
- Research Soil Scientist
- Soil Scientist
- Soil and Water Conservation District Manager
- Soil Conservation Technician
- Wetlands Technician
- Apply principles of specialized fields of science, such as agronomy, soil science, forestry, or agriculture, to achieve conservation objectives.
- Compute design specifications for implementation of conservation practices, using survey or field information technical guides or engineering manuals.
- Coordinate or implement technical, financial, or administrative assistance programs for local government units to ensure efficient program implementation or timely responses to requests for assistance.
- Enter local soil, water, or other environmental data into adaptive or web-based decision tools to identify appropriate analyses or techniques.
- Implement soil or water management techniques, such as nutrient management, erosion control, buffers, or filter strips, in accordance with conservation plans.
- Review proposed wetland restoration easements or provide technical recommendations.
Detailed Work Activities
- Monitor operational procedures in technical environments to ensure conformance to standards.
- Train personnel in technical or scientific procedures.