- Analyze and interpret geological, geochemical, or geophysical information from sources such as survey data, well logs, bore holes, or aerial photos.
- Plan or conduct geological, geochemical, or geophysical field studies or surveys, sample collection, or drilling and testing programs used to collect data for research or application.
- Prepare geological maps or resource management, using results of fieldwork or laboratory research.
- Analyze and interpret geological data, using computer software.
- Investigate soils, minerals, rocks, or fossil remains.
- Assess ground or surface water movement to provide advice regarding issues such as waste management, route and site selection, or the restoration of contaminated sites.
- Locate and estimate probable natural gas, oil, or mineral ore deposits or underground water resources, using aerial photographs, charts, or research or survey results.
- Locate and review research articles or environmental, historical, or technical reports.
- Measure characteristics of the Earth, such as gravity or magnetic fields, using equipment such as seismographs, gravimeters, torsion balances, or magnetometers.
- Conduct geological or geophysical studies to provide information for use in regional development, site selection, or development of public works projects.
- Identify risks for natural disasters, such as mudslides, earthquakes, or volcanic eruptions.
- Design geological mine maps, monitor mine structural integrity, or advise and monitor mining crews.
- Engineering Design
- Microsoft Office
- Environmental Consulting
- Microsoft Word
- Microsoft Excel
- Project Management
- Petroleum Engineer
- Environmental Engineer
- Geological Data Technician
- Pollution control Officer
- Waste Recycling Operators
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