||Geological Technicians, Except Hydrologic Technicians
- Prepare notes, sketches, geological maps, or cross-sections.
- Plot information from aerial photographs, well logs, section descriptions, or other databases.
- Conduct geophysical surveys of potential sites for wind farms or solar installations to determine their suitability.
||Surveying and Mapping Technicians
- Trim, align, and join prints to form photographic mosaics, maintaining scaled distances between reference points.
- Adjust and operate surveying instruments such as prisms, theodolites, electronic distance measuring equipment, or electronic data collectors.
||Precision Agriculture Technicians
- Create, layer, and analyze maps showing precision agricultural data, such as crop yields, soil characteristics, input applications, terrain, drainage patterns, or field management history.
- Draw or read maps, such as soil, contour, or plat maps.
||Geoscientists, Except Hydrologists and Geographers
- Prepare geological maps, cross-sectional diagrams, charts, or reports concerning mineral extraction, land use, or resource management, using results of fieldwork or laboratory research.
- Design geological mine maps, monitor mine structural integrity, or advise and monitor mining crews.
- Create and modify maps, graphs, or diagrams, using geographical information software and related equipment, and principles of cartography, such as coordinate systems, longitude, latitude, elevation, topography, and map scales.
||Urban and Regional Planners
- Prepare, develop and maintain maps and databases.
||Soil and Plant Scientists
- Survey undisturbed or disturbed lands for classification, inventory, mapping, environmental impact assessments, environmental protection planning, conservation planning, or reclamation planning.