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Marine Conservation

Aquatic Veternarian

Practitioners who specialize in the health management of Marine animals and invertebrates. Licensed animal health professionals are qualified to diagnose and treat a wide variety of Marine species.

Heritage Officer

Inspect historic buildings and monuments to assess work to be completed. respond to queries and give advice to members of the public and organisations. research information using archives, heritage legislation and conservation standards.

Zoologist

Conduct field and laboratory research, gathering information about animals in their natural habitat or captivity. Help to identify, record and monitor animal species, before producing detailed technical reports.

Geologist

Marine Geologists are subset of Geologists that study the history, and the processes, of the ocean floor. This is the land mass that sits beneath the ocean.

Marine Biologist

Studying the sea and its complex ecosystem is not only a popular and rewarding career but is also vital for the continued challenges facing Marine environments under threat from human activities.

Ecologist

Study the relationship between plants, animals and the environment. Look at how animals and plants inhabit a particular environment, and report on the likely impact of any proposed construction works.

Oceanographer

Covers a wide range of topics, including Marine Life and ecosystems, ocean circulation, plate tectonics and the geology of the seafloor, and the chemical and physical properties of the ocean.

Aquatic Veternarian

Practitioners who specialize in the health management of Marine animals and invertebrates. Licensed animal health professionals are qualified to diagnose and treat a wide variety of Marine species.

Heritage Officer

Inspect historic buildings and monuments to assess work to be completed. respond to queries and give advice to members of the public and organisations. research information using archives, heritage legislation and conservation standards.

Zoologist

Conduct field and laboratory research, gathering information about animals in their natural habitat or captivity. Help to identify, record and monitor animal species, before producing detailed technical reports.

Geologist

Marine Geologists are subset of Geologists that study the history, and the processes, of the ocean floor. This is the land mass that sits beneath the ocean.

Marine Biologist

Studying the sea and its complex ecosystem is not only a popular and rewarding career but is also vital for the continued challenges facing Marine environments under threat from human activities.

Ecologist

Study the relationship between plants, animals and the environment. Look at how animals and plants inhabit a particular environment, and report on the likely impact of any proposed construction works.

Oceanographer

Covers a wide range of topics, including Marine Life and ecosystems, ocean circulation, plate tectonics and the geology of the seafloor, and the chemical and physical properties of the ocean.

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