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- Design and conduct scientific hydrogeological investigations to ensure that accurate and appropriate information is available for use in water resource management decisions.
- Study and document quantities, distribution, disposition, and development of underground and surface waters.
- Study and analyze the physical aspects of the earth in terms of hydrological components, including atmosphere, hydrosphere, and interior structure.
- Investigate properties, origins, and activities of glaciers, ice, snow, and permafrost.
||Geoscientists, Except Hydrologists and Geographers
- Study historical climate change indicators found in locations, such as ice sheets or rock formations to develop climate change models.
- Investigate the properties, origins, or activities of glaciers, ice, snow, or permafrost.