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Ecologists contribute significantly to our understanding and preservation of the natural world. They provide knowledge to assess ecological issues in a wide range of environments, to solve problems in meeting the food, shelter, and health needs of humans, and to enrich the lives of people everywhere through a greater insight into the mysteries of the biosphere.
>> Learn about Career Opportunities in Ecology.
Geology is the scientific study of the Earth, including the materials that it is made of, the physical and chemical processes that occur on its surface and in its interior, and the history of the planet and its life forms.
>> Learn about Career Opportunities in Geology.
Environmental scientists seek to identify, understand and respond to challenging issues that affect environmental quality, including air, water and soil pollution, and the preservation of biological diversity.
>> Learn about Career Opportunities in Environmental Sciences.
Environmental studies is concerned with the challenging issues that affect environmental quality, including air, water and soil pollution, and the preservation of biological diversity. Students pursuing such studies will elect an area of concentration in one of the humanities or social sciences – most often Geography and Planning, Political Science and Public Administration, or Economics.
>> Learn about Career Opportunities in Environmental Studies.
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