My science profession is a Hydrologist. A Hydrologist gathers and evaluates meteorological to predict a drought. The also take water and mud samples determine the level of pollution in the water. Hydrologist also predict whether a snow pack level on mountain ranges. They also create responsible water usage in communities near major river.
Some key fact and information about Hydrologist are that the minimum collage degree you can have to be Hydrologist is masters degree. The subjects to study in high school are chemistry, biology, physics, geomtry, algebra II, pre-calculus, calculus, English if it is avaliable, computer science, statistics, marine biology and enviromental science. The median salary for a Hydrologist is $75,680.
My science profession is Chemical Technician. I think drinking water relates to my profession because a Chemical Technician analyzes water samples for pollution to ensure the public's health.
They do a lot ore stuff that are related not just to water. Read below to find d out what the do:
1. Evaluate a new food additive to find out if it improves the texture of a breakfast cereal.
2. Test oil additives to see if they improve engine lubrication.
3. Test ingredients in order to help develop a new tear-less baby shampoo.
The role that the chemical technician plays is the backbone of every chemical, semiconductor, and pharmaceutical manufacturing operation. Chemical technicians conduct experiments, record data, and help to implement new processes and procedures in the laboratory. If you enjoy hands-on work, then you might be interested in the career of a chemical technician. the subjects a Chemical Technician needs to study in High School Chemistry, physics, geometry, algebra, English; if available: algebra II, pre-calculus, applied technology. The Chemical Technician makes about $42,070 a year if they get a good job after they graduate college. The type of degree they need to get in college is "Vocational or Associate's degree."
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!
Environmental scientist, I think, have the most important job because what it is named for says it all because Environmental means that they work with anything in the environment. Water is in the environment, it is a part of nature. Good job on this post, it is really true!!
Chemical Technician's are an Imporant part of the clean water process. They do lots of imporant things to help and keep our water clean.
One of the things they do is analyze water samples for pollution to ensure the public's health. It's there job to make sure no bad chemicals,oils or waste get in the water so nobody gets sick or ill.
Another thing chemical technicians do is monitor water samples to see if they need purified any more. Also how many more times it will take to clean and purifie the water so it's clean to drink and use. If they didn't do that we would be washing our hands and drinking in dirty water.
Water has to do with my job as a Chemical Technician because I test water samples and monitor them. I test them to see if they need purified. To see if the water is drinkable for our use. If they need purified we run they through a filter the filter has many kinds of cloth and other materials like rock and sand. We also check for water leaks and to see if it is a water main break., Chemical Technicians see if there is a problem with the pipes or lines. They make chemicals and medicine and they use water to make some of the chemicals.
How does drinking water relate to my science profession? It relates to my science profession which is a Hydrologist because they Help create environmentally responsible water usage regulations for communities along a major river.
I'm a Chemical Technician I clean the water for public health.I check the water to make sure that I't won't make you sick are cause diseases.So you can live a happy long life.I also check out new oils to make sure their all right to sell.If you want to check out more go check out other student's post.
Post by matthewb3333 on Nov 25, 2013 10:00:12 GMT -5
I am Biological Technician and I think my job is good for wild life and us humens to perteck us form the dirty drinking water so I cleen it so that we can drink it AND SO WE DONT GET SICK AND MISS SCHOOL.
Hydrologist is my profession and Hydrologists- Gather and evaluate meteorological data to predict a drought. They also determine the amount of pollution and they try to conserve water. Also Hydrologists predict flooding due to the snow in the mountains melting. Hydrologists also help create environmentally responsible water usage along rivers. (Information found at Sciencebuddies.org)
I think that Hydrologists are important because they try to keep all the water clean and try to reduce pollution so they are important because they help people conserve water and try to reduce pollution.
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My job is being a biological technician, and my job relates to drinking water because a biological technician checks for contaminated water, and might have checked the same water that I would be drinking. That is how my job relates to drinking water.
In science we expiriment with water but we can't drink it but drinking water you can. The thing is in science we expiriment with polluted water, but we drink clean water. If water keeps getting polutted we're eventually gonna have to drink nasty polluted water
I am a Chemical Technician. I analyze water samples so that the water will be less polluted. I can make water be better and not as dirty and I can help people in other states to get there water cleaner. I can also stop the water from even getting to that point where we or other people can not drink the water at all. And if I make the water less polluted then I can improve people health. And if I Improve peoples health then they will live longer.
Post by daisys3333 on Nov 25, 2013 11:01:30 GMT -5
I am a chemical technician. I think drinking relates to my science profession because how much we talk about water in science and how we have learned. I have learned so much I love learning about the interesting things we have learned. Thank you Mrs Huysman.
Microbiologist relates to drinking water because you would need a Microbiologist to figure our a way to get a microorganism out of the water. A Microorganism would be a bacteria or worse disease's. All these things Microorganism's are things that can make you SICK. So that's why a Microbiologist would be related to drinking water.