||Forest and Conservation Technicians
- Map forest tract data using digital mapping systems.
- Keep records of the amount and condition of logs taken to mills.
- Measure distances, clean sightlines, and record data to help survey crews.
- Install gauges, stream flow recorders, and soil moisture measuring instruments, and collect and record data from them to assist with watershed analysis.
||Geological Sample Test Technicians
- Compile, log, or record testing or operational data for review and further analysis.
- Prepare or review professional, technical, or other reports regarding sampling, testing, or recommendations of data analysis.
- Prepare, transcribe, or analyze seismic, gravimetric, well log, or other geophysical or survey data.
- Keep detailed logs of all work-related activities.
- Input data into databases.
- Record data pertaining to experimentation, research, or animal care.
- Record environmental data from field samples of soil, air, water, or pests to monitor the effectiveness of integrated pest management (IPM) practices.
||Food Science Technicians
- Record or compile test results or prepare graphs, charts, or reports.
- Maintain records of testing results or other documents as required by state or other governing agencies.
||Social Science Research Assistants
- Perform data entry and other clerical work as required for project completion.
- Track research participants, and perform any necessary follow-up tasks.
||Environmental Science and Protection Technicians, Including Health
- Record test data and prepare reports, summaries, or charts that interpret test results.
- Maintain files, such as hazardous waste databases, chemical usage data, personnel exposure information, or diagrams showing equipment locations.
- Measure and graph phenomena such as lake levels, stream flows, and changes in water volumes.
- Study and document quantities, distribution, disposition, and development of underground and surface waters.
- Maintain laboratory notebooks that record research methods, procedures, and results.
- Examine physiological, morphological, and cultural characteristics, using microscope, to identify and classify microorganisms in human, water, and food specimens.
- Identify, classify, and study structure, behavior, ecology, physiology, nutrition, culture, and distribution of plant and animal species.
||Soil and Plant Scientists
- Identify or classify species of insects or allied forms, such as mites or spiders.
||Molecular and Cellular Biologists
- Maintain accurate laboratory records and data.
||Museum Technicians and Conservators
- Enter information about museum collections into computer databases.
||City and Regional Planning Aides
- Prepare, maintain and update files and records, including land use data and statistics.
- Document patient information including session notes, progress notes, recommendations, and treatment plans.
- Record the exact locations and conditions of artifacts uncovered in diggings or surveys, using drawings and photographs as necessary.
||Forensic Science Technicians
- Keep records and prepare reports detailing findings, investigative methods, and laboratory techniques.
||Nuclear Monitoring Technicians
- Enter data into computers to record characteristics of nuclear events or to locate coordinates of particles.
||Remote Sensing Technicians
- Maintain records of survey data.