Forestry Commercial harvesting National and Provincial Parks
Geologist Studies earth processes (floods, earthquakes, volcanic eruptions) Studies earth materials (metals, oil, water) Studies earth history (climate change) Min. education: 4 year university degree Video “The Relevance of Geology” 4 mins. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VJaUzJUAvJI http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VJaUzJUAvJI http://geology.com/articles/what-is-geology.shtml
Geologists Hired by government agencies to investigate, plan and evaluate excavations, construction sites, natural disaster preparedness, and natural resources. Hired by private companies to help locate natural resources (minerals, oil and natural gas), evaluate environmental impact and comply with government regulations.
Seismologist Studies earthquakes and their waves to figure out the Earth's structure and composition. Jobs are found in universities, oil companies, and government agencies
Paleontologist studies the history of life on Earth through the fossil record. Jobs are found in universities, museums, oil companies, and government agencies
Meteorologist try to predict the weather predictions and storm-tracking helps save both lives and property Hired by tv, radio stations, and airports
Oceanographer Studies the Earth's oceans and seas, their contents and surrounding environments Hired by private firms to search for valuable sea-floor deposits, investigate areas for sea farming, and evaluate natural energy production from waves, currents, and tides. Note: 98% of the ocean’s floor remains unexplored
Urban Planner Zoning, land use, and new developments, from a gas station renovation to the development of whole new sections of urban area. Work with individual property owners, developers, and other officials.