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Ecological Monitoring Soil Scientist (Las Vegas, Nevada)
GBI is recruiting two Ecological Monitoring Soil Scientists to work with GBI and BLM staff. Each Soil Scientist will coordinate a field crew (one Soil Scientist will supervise one Soil Technician). Each soil crew will collect a NASIS (National Soil Information System) quality Soil Pit Description. This is in effort to assist the NRCS (Natural Resource Conservation Service) with soil mapping and ecological site development in the hot deserts of California. Soil crews will complete a comprehensive soil pit description at each site, within the DRECP (Desert Renewable Energy Conservation Plan)/CDD (California Desert District) designs, using the NRCS Soil Pedon Description Form 232. This will be done at randomized sample


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