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26 Cards in this Set

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U.S. Park Police
A person whose job is to preserve the peace; prevent, detect, and investigate accidents and crimes; aid citizens in emergency situations; arrest violators; and often provide crowd control at large public gatherings.
Utility Arborist/Forester

A person who manages trees near utility lines

A person who studies living organisms and their relationship to one another
A person who studies the earth using gravity, magnetic, electrical, and seismic methods.
A person who investigates the origin of volcanic rocks and the life cycles of volcanoes.
Zoologists and wildlife biologists
A person whose job is to study animals and wildlife-their origin, behavior, diseases, and life processes.
A person who investigates oceans, including marine organisms, water properties, and the history of the sea bottom.
Physical oceanographers
A person whose job is to study the ocean tides, waves, currents, temperatures, density, and salinity. They study the interaction of various forms of energy, such as light, radar, sound, heat, and wind with the sea, in addition to investigating the relationship between the sea, weather, and climate.
A person whose job is to study the quantity, distribution, circulation, and physical properties of underground and surface waters
A person whose job is to analyze and classify minerals and precious stones according to composition and structure and study their environment in order to find new mineral resources
Biological oceanographers, often called marine biologists
A person whose job is to study the distribution and migration patterns of the many diverse forms of sea life in the ocean
A person who studies the history of life on Earth, as reflected in the fossil record.
someone who studies the Earth
A person whose job is to interpret data from seismographs and other geophysical instruments to detect earthquakes and locate earthquake-related faults
Wildland Restoration Specialist
A person who works to return land to its original state by planting native trees and shrubs.

Environmental scientists
A person whose job is to conduct research to identify and/or eliminate sources of pollutants that affect people, wildlife, and their environments
A person who job is to care for the land and sustain the long-term health of forests

Marine geologists
A person who studies the processes that have led to the formation of the ocean basins, and the ways in which geothermal and other geological processes interact with seawater.
Forest Pathologiest
A person who tries to diagnose and recommend treatment for sick trees
Wildland Fire Manager
A person whose job is to prevent, suppress, contain and control damage and injuries as a result of fires

A person whose job is to measure the Earth's magnetic field and use measurements taken over the past few centuries to devise theoretical models to explain the Earth's origin.
A person who studies the origin and deposition of sediments and the changes involved in their conversion to sedimentary rocks.
A person who studies the distribution, circulation, and physical properties of subsurface water.
Wildlife Manager
A person who manages wildlife habitat and/ or other related human activities
aquatic scientists
A person who studies virtually everything having to do with water in an effort to improve the natural and human condition.
Engineering geologists
A person who can use their knowledge of geology in the construction of roads, dams, and buildings.