Geophysicist, Divisiion of Geological Survey (Geospatial Information Scientists and Technologists)

Geophysicist, Divisiion of Geological Survey (Geospatial Information Scientists and Technologists)
Use spatial analysis or geographic information systems (GIS) technology to produce maps, data tables, or reports for fields such as mining, agriculture, urban planning, or military intelligence. Maintain or develop software and programming for existing or improved GIS systems. Attend conferences and read professional publications to keep knowledge current. Use technologies and experience to provide information and solutions for scientific problems. May do computer programming, project management, or produce databases.

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