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Assess archeological sites for resource management, development, or conservation purposes and recommend methods for site protection.
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- Provide information, knowledge, expertise, or training to government agencies at all levels to solve water or soil management problems or to assure coordination of resource protection activities.
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- Inspect trees and collect samples of plants, seeds, foliage, bark, and roots to locate insect and disease damage.
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- Provide technical support to forestry research programs in areas such as tree improvement, seed orchard operations, insect and disease surveys, or experimental forestry and forest engineering research.
- Perform inspections of forests or forest nurseries.
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