About this job
Most geoscientists split their time between working in offices and laboratories, and working outdoors (known as fieldwork). Fieldwork can require extensive travel to remote locations and irregular working hours.
Carbon & Sulfur Analyser
measurement of C and S in geological samples
illuminating systems for transmitted/reflected light
Stereo Microscope (LEICA)
polarising / analysing nicols
Salary- $82,500 per year or $39.66 per hour
- This career is important because we need to know if there is anything harmful in our soil on Earth.
- They can tell us the history of the Earth for the sediments we found on the ground.
Different layers of sediment in one.
After many years.
You can see how much the earth erodes year after year.
Close up look
looking at how many layers there are to determine how old the rock is.