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Professions in which people carry out or support scientific research or monitoring.

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Water science for schools: the water science picture gallery [More info]
Photos with descriptions of water subjects and of scientists engaged in water research.
Hydrology primer [More info]
General information on the science of hydrology with information on ground water, surface water, water use, the work of hydrologists, and hydrology as a career.
Jobs at the USGS [More info]
U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) Employment Website has the information needed to find a job with the USGS.
Major occupations and qualifications [More info]
Information for students on major professions within the USGS with general descriptions of work and qualifications needed for biologists, cartographers, computer professionals, geologists and geophysicists, ecologists, and hydrologists.
Scientists in action! [More info]
Website with brief articles on careers in the natural sciences with examples of work of USGS scientists from responding to disasters, studying national parks, sampling the ocean floor, and protecting wildlife.
Student employment in the U.S. Geological Survey [More info]
The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) offers diverse employment opportunities for students in biology, hydrology, computer science, cartography, geology, and other fields. Site provides links to student programs and how to apply.
USGS multimedia gallery [More info]
Photographs of landscapes, earth history, waterways, wildlife, changing worlds, and earth scientists.
Volunteer for a changing world [More info]
Volunteer opportunities with U.S. Geological Survey research programs.
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