The position is responsible for supporting NMFWRI’s ecological monitoring and restoration activities on public and private lands throughout New Mexico, Arizona, and Colorado. Projects will require travel across the state. Activities are related to all phases of restoration from research through project implementation and monitoring. Position will focus on assisting the riparian Monitoring Technician with ecological monitoring in riparian habitat and spend a majority of the time in the field.
  • Perform field measurements and assessments of forest, wetland, and riparian resources and ecological indicators, including data recording and quality assurance. Work is often performed in remote locations over difficult terrain.
  • Perform computer entry of field data including

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