An astronomer is a scientist who focuses primarily on the study of space, which includes the stars, the planets and the galaxies above us.
A chemist is a scientist who researches and experiments with the properties of chemical substances.
A volcanologist is a highly educated specialist in geophysics who studies active and inactive volcanoes.
6. Forensic Science Technician
Forensic Science Technician
A forensic science technician is someone who helps investigate crimes by collecting and analyzing physical evidence.
7. Particle Physicist
Particle physics is a branch of physics dealing with subatomic (smaller than an atom) elements of matter and radiation as well as subatomic particles.
A cartographer is someone who will measure, analyze, and interpret geographical information to create maps and charts for political, cultural and educational purposes.
9. Climate Change Analyst
Climate Change Analyst
A climate change analyst is someone who evaluates scientific data, conducts research about the climate, and then makes inferences to link the collected data to the world around them.
10. Conservation Scientist
A conservation scientist is someone who manages the overall land quality of forests, parks, rangelands, and other natural resources.
12. Environmental Consultant
A geographer is someone who studies the earth and its land, features, and inhabitants.
14. Atmospheric Scientist
An atmospheric scientist (or climatologist) studies the scientific and mathematical aspects of the earth's atmosphere, climate and weather.
A hydrologist is someone who studies water and the water cycle.
16. Soil and Water Conservationist
Soil and Water Conservationist
A soil and water conservationist is a type of conservation scientist that performs land surveys, designs soil or water conservation plans, creates guidelines to prevent erosion, develops practices for sustainable land use, and monitors water and soil conditions.