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Inspects agriculturally related establishments for adherence
to laws and environmental considerations concerning disposal
of wastes and storage of products.
Work with field crop production and soils management to develop
higher yields, better crop varieties, and higher quality products
while maintaining or improving the environment.
Study the ways animals fit into their environment and how these
relationships can be improved to benefit both the environment
and animal production.
Conducts onsite inspections of animals on farms, feedlots, sale
barns and packing houses. Identifies unhealthy animals not suitable
for consumption and assists in regulating health problems associated
with meat quality.
Atmospheric science is the study of the atmosphere—the
blanket of air covering the Earth. Atmospheric scientists, commonly
called meteorologists, study the atmosphere’s physical
characteristics, motions, and processes, and the way in which
it affects the rest of our environment.
Raises bees to produce honey and pollinate crops.
Botanists study and work with plants. They conduct research
into plant structure, function, environment, heredity, evolution,
and economic value as foods and medicines.
Distributes chemicals and serves the farming community by providing
chemicals used in farm situations. Knowledge of chemical uses,
warnings, and disposal methods is necessary.
Civil engineers design and supervise the construction of roads,
buildings, airports, tunnels, dams, bridges, and water supply
and sewage systems.
Commercial or Utility Arborist
Commercial arborists, plant, prune, cable, fertilize, inspect,
protect during construction, reduce impacts of pest damage,
and remove trees. Utility arborists clear around power lines
and teach homeowners proper tree maintenance.
Conservation officers patrol districts to prevent violations
of game laws and damage to the environment, arrest offenders,
and compile biological data on fish and wildlife.
Scientists who specialize in the study of trees
Entomologists study and conduct research on insects for purposes
of classification, control, and use.
Environmental conservationists are concerned with conservation
as it applies strictly to the environment and environmental
Teaches students and/or companies about problems and factors
affecting the environment and steps that can be taken to protect
and conserve the environment.
Using the principles of biology and chemistry, environmental
engineers develop solutions to environmental problems. They
are involved in water and air pollution control, recycling,
waste disposal, and public health issues
Environmental scientists develop research and studies related
to the protection of the environment.
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