Marine Biologists (Scientists at Work) ebook
by Julie Haydon
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32 pages : 29 cm. Explores the training, tools, and working environment of a marine biologist
32 pages : 29 cm. Explores the training, tools, and working environment of a marine biologist. What is a marine biologist? -. - Marine biology in the past - Important discoveries - Case Study: Giant tube worms - Training to be a marine biologist - Tools and instruments - Case Study: Pacific pelagics - Modern methods - Working on location - Interview: Marah Newman, marine biologist - Case Study: Case of the missing crab - Marine. Biology in the future - Activities: Get involved in marine biology - Check it out! -. - Glossary - Index
A marine biologist is someone who is interested in learning and studying marine organisms and what their lives .
A marine biologist is someone who is interested in learning and studying marine organisms and what their lives are like in their natural habitats. There are a vast array of career choices one can pick from - from studying large ocean animals and what they eat to investigating environmental conditions that often affect them. Everything from whales to microscopic organisms, and everything else in between, can become a specialization. Scientists trained in marine biology, microbiology, chemistry, genomics and bioinformatics are sought out to work for new pharmaceutical companies that concentrate on developing new drugs from marine resources.
Julie Haydon has written two of the six books in the Scientists at Work series. What about a marine biologist or a meteorologist? Do forensic scientists really do gruesome detective work?
Julie Haydon has written two of the six books in the Scientists at Work series. Julie's books are Marine Biologists and Astronomers. Curious to know what an archaeologist does? What about a marine biologist or a meteorologist? Do forensic scientists really do gruesome detective work? Perhaps you have always wanted be a geologist or an astronomer? Read the Scientists at Work series to find out about the fascinating and unusual work of:, marine biologists, archaeologists, geologists, meteorologists, astronomers, forensic scientists.
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Julie Haydon has written more than 200 books. Her first novel, the fantasy LINES UPON THE SKIN, was originally published in 1995. Her latest book is TASH THE TERRIBLE TERRIER, a children's chapter book. Books by Julie Haydon.
Marine biologists may work for: government agencies and departments. These often lead to permanent academic positions.
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