Also known as: Groundwater Consultant, Hydrogeologist, Hydrologist, Physical Scientist, Research Hydrologist, Scientist, Source Water Protection Specialist
Description: Hydrologists study the impact of water on the environment. They may analyze the flow of water along the Earth's surface as well as the impact of various forms of precipitation on rivers, oceans and the atmosphere. Hydrologists typically have a Master's degree. Those focusing on advanced research will pursue a doctoral degree, while others seeking more entry level positions may only need a Bachelor's degree.
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