Environmental Scientist

By: Nick Bellisle -7th hr.

Basic information of an environment scientist:

  • Study the relationship between living thing and the environment they live in.
  • Find ways to stop pollution.
  • Fix problems of wildlife control , and protection of natural resources.
  • Research environmental problems and there effects.
  • Find new ways to use natural resources and wildlife.
  • Usually workout doors with long hours.
  • A lot of traveling
  • Fix waste problems
  • Working in the environment
  • Work with animals and other living things.
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Pros and cons

Pros:

1. Most environmental scientists enjoy the environment and being outside.

2. Most scientists want to help the world.

3. Traveling the world and seeing new things.


Cons:

1. It's hard to complete there goals

2. It takes a lot of steps to solve a problem. Because of all the stuff it has to go through.

3. Sometimes there's bad weather that makes it hard to for scientists to work through.

What you need to be an environmental scientist

High school classes -


  • Trigonometry /Advanced algebra
  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Calculus
  • And physics
College classes-
  • Introduction to environmental sciences
  • Principles of Chemistry l and Principles of Chemistry ll.
  • Environmental sciences
  • Elementary Functions: Algebra and Trigonometry
  • Calculus and Analytic Geometry I
  • Physical geology
  • Environmental Sustainability
  • Capstone in Environmental Science
  • Principles of Ecology

Associations/Professional organizations for this career

American water works association

Phone: 303.794.7711 or 800.926.7337

6666 W. Quincy Ave., Denver, CO 80235 USA

http://www.awwa.org

American society of agronomy

5585 Guilford Road

Madison, WI 53711-5801

608-273-8080

membership@agronomy.org


https://www.agronomy.org

Job advertisement

Are you looking for a job in ecology?Then being an environment scientist is for you!You will be collecting and studying data to discover the sources of environmental problems. You will also be finding the the relationship between living things and the environment they live in. You will need a bachelors or a masters degree in environmental science. Entry level pay is $19 an hour and when your more experienced you will make around $55 and hour. It is fairly easy to find a job currently, but it is projected to grow harder to find a job. Call (777) 823-4899 if you are interested and for further information.