Under the guidance and direct supervision of Yellowstone's Supervisory Vegetation Specialist, incumbent leads efforts to inventory, monitor, and research the vegetation resources of the park, as well as implement native vegetation restoration of disturbed rangelands. Prepares and contributes to writing Environmental Impact Statements. Identifies, designs, develops and implements vegetation inventory and monitors protocols. Researches management oriented and basic science needs surrounding plant/animal interactions, disturbance ecology of plant species of special management concern, native/exotic plant community dynamics, and/or ecological processes using hypothesis testing. Leads dryland native vegetation restoration. Incorporates GPS/GIS technology for data collection, analysis and presentation. Prepares requests for proposals, grant applications, management and scientific reports and technical publications. Serves as Contracting Officer's Technical Representative on projects through contracts, interagency and cooperative agreements. Leads, recruits, trains, evaluates other Federal employees and park volunteers.
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