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    Aaron Ford Antonino English III 23 March 2017 Marine Biology Marine biology is a field in science that looks solely at the life of marine animals and plants. What is a marine biologist? A marine biologist is the study of oceans and the marine animals in the oceans that lve in our waters. They look at the organism behavior and interactions with the environment. The first research done on marine animals were by Aristotle 322bc. Although there has been marine biology before this time and plenty of studies done as early as 1200 bc Aristotle was the first to record the information. Aistotle identified a many different species including crustaceans, echinoderms, mollusks, and fish. (The modern day study of marine biology began with the exploration by Captain james cook (1728-1779) in 18th century Britain. Captai Cook is most known for his extensive voyages of…

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    A look beneath Marine biology has peaked my interest with its overwhelming amount of things to study. The ocean, along with other bodies of water, are a marine biologist’s playground. Not only do they study fish, but the quality of the water, the plants, the wavelength periods, acidity, and many more aspects. However, to become a marine biologist one must have a Bachelor of Science degree in marine biology, this includes classes such as biology I and II, general chemistry I and II,…

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    almost three quarters of the Earth’s surface. Marine biology is the study of marine organisms, their behaviors, and their interactions with the environment. The habitats studied in marine biology include everything from study the of the atmosphere, the depth of the ocean canyons, fish, and natural disasters. In order for a marine biologist to work in the field they would need to have completed geometry, trigonometry,and calculus. Marine biologists study habitats of fish, where fish live, what…

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    making a difference in this world. A career in marine biology will bring the satisfaction of working in a comfortable setting in order to make a contribution to the world. To fulfill this passion, at minimum, an undergraduate…

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    What is a Marine Biologist? According to Merriam Webster “marine” means of or relating to the sea or the plants and animals that live in the sea. A biologist is a scientist that studies things that are biotic, therefore, making the word “Marine Biologist” mean the study of ocean life. Approximately 70% of the earth is covered by water, while the rest is land. A marine biologist has a significant profession by studying the life in the ocean and all of its secrets. The secrets in the ocean could…

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    Marine biology has always been a passion of mine ever since I first heard about it when I was four years old. My family has a deep-running connection to the ocean so when they realized how interested I was in science, they suggested marine biology. I loved the concept of studying unknown creatures that sit miles below the surface of our planet that no human has ever seen. I’ve read many textbooks and field guides over the years, which started as an amusing pastime. However, the more I read,…

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    Marine Biology Career Essay

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    Marine biology has always been a dream job of mine. I went to the Pittsburgh Zoo when I was eight years old, and I saw the crawl through aquarium and I was amazed. Ever since then I have always wanted to be surrounded by sea animals and help them in any way possible. While I was at the zoo there was this girl, who I can now tell was a marine biologist, who gave a bunch of facts about the stingrays that we were allowed to pet. She would just ramble off from the top of her head about all the…

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    Have you ever been the kid that was intrigued by fish? You knew before anyone else knew that you would eventually become a marine biologist. Marine biologist study organisms in the ocean. What kind of kid knows what they want, and takes steps to make their dream come true? A child that would spend all their time watching “Finding Nemo,” to learn more about fish. Also, one that would hold their breath in a pool, so they could breathe underwater. That kid continuously fantasizes about one day…

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    When I was a little girl, I use to tell people I was going to be a princess. I had it all planned out, I was going to marry a prince and live in this huge castle. We would have two kids and a lot of animals. My imagination was basically a Cinderella Story. I have three goals in my head that can and will be accomplished. One goal I would love to accomplish is being a marine biologist. I love the ocean and animals, so I thought combining them would be a good idea. Basically being a marine…

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    on many factors including educational requirements, job security, salary, retirement benefits, job description and the skills needed for the particular job. The educational requirements for being a marine biologist are must have successfully completed a four-year undergraduate degree, such as a Bachelor of Science in Biology. A few classes that you may take are microbiology, anthropology, biochemistry and molecular biology. “Biology is the study of the structure, function, heredity…

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