Marine Biologist

Jesse Brockman


Marine Biologists that just started get 41,400 dollars a year, 19.90 an hour.

Marine biologists that aren't all the way to the top but did not just start working or mean employees, get 53,000 dollars a year and 25.63 dollars an hour.

Marine Biologists that are experienced get 67,000 dollars a year 32.31 an hour.

This could vary depending on where you work


Being a Marine Biologist is basically studying the biology of marine life and in some cases the geomotry of the underwater world. You also will have to try to protect marine life form pollution and human interfirence like whaling and other things.


To be a Marine Biologist you need to have a Ph. D/ 12 or more years of college .

To be a marine biologist some class you might need to take are Biology, Molecular Biology, Ecology, Oceanography and Geology. Math, Chemistry and calculas are also important.

Job description

Marine Biologists during there jobs do all sorts of stuff, like study plants and animals in saltwater habitats. They also study the geology of the ocean and the way humans interact with it. Marine biologist also work on making water energy like dams and other energy makers.

Relationship between Job and Environment

The relationship between Marine Biologists and there environment is that they save animals from injury and death. Marine Biologists also save water life from pollotion like oil spills and trash in the water.


Being a Marine Biologist has its advantages like the chance to train sea life like dolphins and whales. You also are around aquatic life most of your career, and you have a chance of a life time to discover a new species and or saving an animal from danger, So there's is definetly advantages.


Like there's advantages there's also disadvantages like the chance of injury or death while swimming with or around aquatic life or or while your out at sea something goes wrong with the boat and you become stranded but other than that theres not to much negativity around being a Marine Biologist.

Interesting Facts

Marine Biologists have to love being outdoors otherwise the jobs not for them.

Marine Biologists study sea life from the smallest plankton to the biggest whales.

Marine biologists study sea life by putting tags on the animal they want to study.

Marine Biologists often times end up traveling all over the world.