Sammy L. Jay P.
What does a a Physical Oceanographer do?
Physical oceanographers typically study the physical conditions of the ocean such as waves currents, gyres and tides. They also study the processes within the ocean especially the motions and physical properties of the ocean. Some tools that physical oceanographers typically use is a thermometer (measures temperature) , a salinity hydrometer ( to measure the salinity in parts per meter) and a Ph meter. ( to measure ph levels)
Faster than average job growth
Higher than average earning potential
May require long and a irregular work hours
May require regular traveling
Physical oceanographers due to pollution and climate changes to give information to help them become more sustainable.
Taking photos of an underwater project
Study of water
This man is studying the currents of the ocean
Underground water of a man taking pictures