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Ecologist Job Description

If you are interested in biology, and particularly in the relationships that develop among living things, then a job as an ecologist is the logical step forward in your career. The basic ecologist job description is overseeing the duties that are related to interactions between organisms. More specifically, this means studying interspecies interactions, documenting ecological events, monitoring artificially introduced alien species, keeping track of ecosystems and providing advice on how to maintain these ecosystems, protecting endangered environments from destruction, and giving consultations for potentially damaging ecological activities such as building factories and cutting down forests. To become an ecologist, you will need a masters degree in ecology or biology.

by Susan White on Fri, 07/23/2010 - 16:28

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