||Geoscientists, Except Hydrologists and Geographers
- Analyze and interpret geological data, using computer software.
- Analyze and interpret geological, geochemical, or geophysical information from sources, such as survey data, well logs, bore holes, or aerial photos.
- Identify risks for natural disasters, such as mudslides, earthquakes, or volcanic eruptions.
- Collect, analyze, and interpret data, such as election results and public opinion surveys, reporting on findings, recommendations, and conclusions.
- Compile and interpret results of tests and analyses.
- Analyze and interpret data to increase the understanding of human social behavior.
- Analyze experimental data and interpret results to write reports and summaries of findings.
||Climate Change Policy Analysts
- Analyze and distill climate-related research findings to inform legislators, regulatory agencies, or other stakeholders.
- Interpret test results and prepare psychological reports for teachers, administrators, and parents.
||Forensic Science Technicians
- Interpret laboratory findings or test results to identify and classify substances, materials, or other evidence collected at crime scenes.
- Interpret data from traffic modeling software, geographic information systems, or associated databases.
- Interpret indicators to ascertain the overall health of an environment.
- Review, approve, or interpret genetic laboratory results.
||Atmospheric and Space Scientists
- Interpret data, reports, maps, photographs, or charts to predict long- or short-range weather conditions, using computer models and knowledge of climate theory, physics, and mathematics.