My job is a microbiologist. Water relates to my job because microbiologists basically cure things. So a microbiologist could find different ways that water could help the human body. Water helps loose weight if you need to. Water is definitely hydrates you more than Gatorade or pop. That's how water relates to my science profession.
How drinking water relates to my job as an Hydrologist is, Hydrologist's collect mud and water samples to see if it is polluted. How this relates to drinking water is the people that are collecting and testing the samples could see what is all in the water and try to put it through a filtration system to try to get all the polluted stuff out of the water.
Hydrologist also create Ideas to help keep the water disinfected. How this relates to drinking water is if people come up with ideas to help keep water non polluted then we will have a lot of drinkable water for a lot of people.
How does drinking water relate to your science profession?
My job is Biological Technician which how it relates to clean drinking water is help confirm water contamination by investigating the quantity and types of bacteria in each sample. They do that so the people don't drink bad contaminated water. Which could make them really sick or even worse die.
That is how my job Biological Technician relates to drinking water.
I'm a hydrologist. Drinking water relates to my science profession for many reasons. The main reason is "I could collect and analyze water and mud samples to determine levels of pollutants in a water system." That helps because I could tell somebody if that water polluted and whether or not if it's even worth filtrating. pollution is a huge part of drinking water because we can't drink polluted water so we need to know if safe to drink. That's why drinking water relates to my profession.
In science I was an Environmental Scientist. Of course my profession had to deal with the environment the environment is all kinds of different stuff like the plants the water and the animals.
Environmental Scientist relates to drinking because we test water after toxic spill to make sure that the water is save to go though the filtration system. And we test insects and how they help the soil.We also test plants to see if they effects the soil too.The soil helps the plants grow and plants sometimes give off water and then it rain and then it runs off and that waters some of the plants and then it happens all over again.
The Environmental Scientist are pretty cool and I like to experiment.SCIENCE IS MY FAVORITE CLASS.
Drinking water relates to science because you do a lot of thing with water in science. We talk about the world and how much water is in the world. Water go with life science and life science go's with orgasms and orgasms are made of water.
The things we do in science with water is making a filler to clean water like the water from the sink that we drink. We talk about rivers and oceans and that is how we get our water. We look at what is in our water with microscopes.
This week's question has to do with my science career as a biological technician. Drinking water relates to my career by one thing in particular. I help confirm water contamination by investigating the quantity and types of bacteria in different samples of water. I run tests to show what kind of bacteria are in the water, then we can make sure that it is safe to drink. If I didn't run those tests, we may not have safe drinking water today. We could easily drink water with bacteria and not even know it. That could be dangerous. We could get sick or even die. If I didn't run those tests, who knows what could happen.
Biological technicians don't really relate to drinking water much. I do think that it is an important job because they help make sure that water is safe to drink. As I said there is really only one way that drinking water relates to my job. That is how my science career relates to drinking water.
Post by johnathonb3333 on Dec 17, 2013 11:04:01 GMT -5
Drinking water relates to my job as an Hydrologist by mainly all of the jobs I have to do but there are so many different things I have to do. Like mainly collecting and analyzing water also mud samples to determine levels of pollutants in a wate4r system. Drinking water relates to this example because drinking water is when its "clean enough to where someone would drink the water." If I go some mud and water samples and tested them I would know whats wrong with the water to make it non drinkable and I could find out what I could take out or put in to make the water clean.
Also a Hydrologist has a job to help create environmentally responsible water usage regulations for communities along major rivers. Hydrologists have a job of doing this because they have to make sure that the water has no bad substances in the water that could make people very ill or sick. People have to have at least clean water to drink so Hydrologist take a job in this part and makes sure that people have clean water with no waste or substances to make the people not want or have the water they need. To be able to live and not become sick or make them not able to do anything.
Another thing that Hydrologist do is they gather and evaluate meteorological data to predict an drought which relates to drinkable water because if somewhere in the world the people have an drought they wont have very much water to use and drink. Which causes the water to evaporate and some of the water that's left will have some of the grass, sand, mud anything that has went in to the water while the sun was beating down on it. Which would make the people sick and maybe even die from the water loss and the substances in the water that might not be seen but can see with a microscope.
Last but not least Hydrologist take place in drinkable/clean water by doing the job of making a predict of snow pack levels on a mountain range that will cause flooding in spring. That example might sound like that it has nothing to do with drinkable/clean water but it does. Hydrologist got to make sure that all of the water that's going to cause flood can't be bad. If the water flooded and the sun wasn't out the water wouldn't be able to evaporate which sooner or later would run down into the ground and if something or some kind of an substance was in that water it would get into the water that's underground for wells. If that water got into the underground water the people that get that water from the well could make those people sick from the substances that was on the mountain that the people are not use to.
I'm a Environmental Scientist. How does water relate to my profession..... It relates because my job is a environmental scientist so that means I'm outside with the environment. The environment has all kinds of water outside, the way humans can get water is from the outdoors. So when we drink water it comes from the ground, the clouds, or a body of water, like rivers, streams, oceans, or lakes. But don't think that the water has all that gross stuff in it you see in ponds or lakes, because it goes through this great big water filter at a water plant. Like the one we did in science class. The filter I created with my group was pretty good. If there was ever a toxic spill it can ruin the water and the animals in it and that's not good cause what if you use that water that the toxic spills in and if you dink it you can get really sick. So if something bad happens in the environment like a toxic spill and it gets in the water it can make a lot of problems in the world.