NOROCK is Hiring!
Biological Science Technician
Do you want to be part of an innovative team of biological science professionals committed to providing reliable scientific information and understanding of ecosystems? Scientists, field technicians, and science support staff at NOROCK work in some of the most beautiful places in the U.S. answering some of the most critical research questions in natural resource and environmental science.
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Employees of the Arizona Water Science Center describe their experiences working for the USGS revealing that it is far more than just a workplace.
Robb Diehl, research ecologist at the USGS Northern Rocky Mountain Science Center, explains how he uses remote sensing technology — particularly weather radar — to better understand how flying animals affect human activities.
Producer: Jacob Massey, USGS
Camera: Paul Laustsen, USGS
Adam Sepulveda, research zoologist at the USGS Northern Rocky Mountain Science Center, explains a scientists at NOROCK are using environmental DNA — the identification of species through biological information they leave behind in their habitat — to detect invasive species and how this method could change the way scientists find evidence of biodiversity in ecosystems.