My job is a Environmental Scientist. I think that "drinking water" relates to my job because my job is to Monitor water quality at beaches, lakes, and rivers to detect contaminated water and to help to keep people safe. I think that my job is really important when it comes to "drinking water". I love my job!
My science profession is Biological Technician. Part of my job is to help confirm water contamination. Water contamination is when there is something in the water that should not be there, like germs, chemicals or pollution. My job is important because water is our most important resource. We cannot live without water and it needs to be clean!
Water contamination testing is important so that we can keep people safe. Water makes up 75% of the Earth's surface. The human body is made up of 65% water. If water is not clean or has bacteria in it then people and animals can become very sick or even die.
I am a chemical technician so drinking water relates to my job because with my job I'm the one who analyzes the water samples for pollution. I do that to ensure the public's health and to make sure that they have clean water. So if there is pollution in the water samples I would make sure that I wouldn't get to your drinking fountain!
Another thing I can do is that I can test ingredients in order to help develop a new tear-less baby shampoo! And evaluate a new food additive to find out if it improves the texture of a breakfast cereal!
But if you want to learn more than you can go to www.sciencebuddies.org then go to science careers then under the column physical science and you will find chemical technician.
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My profession was a Microbiologist. Drinking water related to my profession because of the microorganisms in water. A Microbiologist can also figure out how to keep food from molding quickly, find a new strand of bacteria to make better tasting yogurt, and identify a virus that is responsible for sicknesses.
In science, we did a project that has to do with everyone's professions. We did a water filtration system. We had to figure out how to make the dirty, disgusting water into clean, clear water. My group's water ended up being transparent. We used charcoal, sand and rocks.
A microbiologist sounds really interesting! It would be nice to not have food mold fast. And making a tasty yogurt would be nice too! But the best would be to identify viruses to help people not to get sick!
The water filtration system was really fun especially to see how it changed! It was disgusting to almost really clean! My group was transparent! I think our group did really well! I bet you did too! Great post!
I am a chemical Technician and my job as a Chemical Technician that relates to "drinking water." Had a few things to do with it like analyzing water samples for pollution to ensure the public's health. That relates to drinkable water because I have to to water samples and analyze it for pollution. Which that is where I go somewhere were the town or city might get there water from so I might go there a few times every month to make sure that the water is okay for the people so they don't get sick.
Also if the town/city had something wrong with them all at one time of flu or sickness going around and a lot of propels have it. I might go and check the water to make sure that the water is still okay and clean for those people and make sure that's not why there sick. And I Evaluate a new food additive to find out if it improves the texture of a breakfast cereal. which relates to "drinkable water because some people's might drink water with the cereal or sometimes the cereal might even have a little bit of water in it so if the water was bad the people that was eating it could get sick.
I agree with you Dylan I was the chemical technician too. It was a bit hard to come up with this idea but I found your answer and it fit everything I wanted to say in it.
Drinking water relates to my science profession, which is a Chemical Technician, because they have to test/taste stuff that has water in it. A Chemical Technician tastes to see if the food is good to sell in stores like Walmart and Kroger, but some of that stuff they taste has water in it. And that's how my science profession relates to water or works with water.
I'm an environmental scientist and I Conduct experiments with dyes to see how chemicals might disperse during a toxic spill. Create maps and graphs showing air pollutants over time to help politicians make informed decisions. Evaluate how increasing human populations influence interactions between wildlife and people. Monitor water quality at beaches, lakes, and rivers to detect contaminants and keep people safe. And that's what I do as an environmental scientist.
I am a chemical technician. I need to take some water and analyze water samples for pollution to ensure the public's health. I need to take two samples of water and test both samples. Sample one: I put the water in a test tube and test the water. "Oh no I need to put this on some paper". I put and say out loud " This water for the city is NOT safe for the Public's health.". Sample two: I put the water in a test tube and test the water. "Good I need to put this on paper". I put and say out loud " This water for the city is safe for the public's health.".
Drinking water relates to my science profession as a Hydrologist, for example I have to collect and analyze water and mud samples and help create environmentally responsible water usage. I also have to gather and evaluate meteorological data to predict a drought and predict whether snow pack levels on a mountain range.
My science professional is a Biological Technician. Drinking water relates because I Help confirm water contamination by investigating the quantity and types of bacteria in each sample. So it is safe when we drink it. That is why my professional relates with drinking water.
My science profession is Biological Technician like Mattie. My profession helps confirm water contamination so it can be helped and we can have drinking water. Biological Technicians do day to day advanced labor such as confirming water contamination by investigating the quantity and types of bacteria in each sample. My profession follows complex instructions to make water safe. Biological Technicians need to always learn new skills to make water safe. Biological Technicians have many things to do to make drinking water safe.
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My science profession is an Environmental Scientist. Drinking water relates to my science profession because they conduct experiments to keep water safe and clean!!!! They also perform investigations to identify and eliminate the sources of pollution or hazards in water!! Another thing that they do is study how pesticides affect our water and air. Environmental Scientists also monitor waters to detect containments and to keep people safe!!! That is how my science profession relates to drinking water!!
My science profession is an Environmental Scientist too. All of these things that you said is how drinking water relates to our science profession and I defiantly agree with everything that you said.
I was a Microbiologist. It helps prevent food molding, and can help make a new strain of bacteria that makes heather, better tasting yogurt. It can also help with curing acne.
A Microbiologist could relate to drinking water because when you would try to make that cleaner, fresher, water it could make a way to get all of the bad bacteria out of the the clean fresh water, and it might help to add good bacteria, too. I could maybe help put a new strain of bacteria in the bad water to make the bad stuff go away.
And after we did the science project, I found out more things about a Microbiologist and look at new things about them. And when we had to do a "redo" filter I found a couple things me and Microbiologist could do to fix it! I think that we needed to put more sand in to catch more little things.