Posted by: Sandy Steinman | November 20, 2021

Job Openings: USGS Botany/Soils Field Research Technicians

USGS Hiring Botany/Soils Field Research Technicians

Description: The USGS is recruiting plant ecology and soils field techs to assist with conservation research evaluating the effectiveness of restoration techniques used to decommission OHV trails in the deserts of southern California. The field techs will collect data on plant cover, density, and species diversity; soil bulk density and texture; and other measures of restoration success. Work will be based out of the USGS office in Boulder City, NV, with week-long visits to various field sites in CA required (~20 travel days per month). This work will help the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) determine techniques used for future restoration projects. This is a temporary position that will begin in mid-to-late -January 2022 and last for up to 180 working days (approximately 8.5 months). Extensions are possible, contingent on performance and funding availability.

Read more and learn how to apply at  USGS Hiring Botany/Soils Field Research Technicians – CNPS Forums

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