Lesson 3

Lesson 3

Biologist
A scientist who studies living things in the environment.
Botanist
A scientist who studies the plant life in an environment.
Archaeologist
A scientist who studies the history of mankind.
Ecologist
A scientist who studies the whole environment as a working unit.
Hydrologist
A scientist who studies rain, lakes, and rivers.
Marine Biologist
A scientist who studies life in the oceans.
Orinthologist
A scientist who studies birds and their diseases.
Paleontologist
A scientist who studies fossils of ancient life forms.
Ichthyologist
A scientist who studies fish and their diseases.
Geologist
A scientist who studies the Earth’s crust and the formation of rocks, minerals, and soils.
Meteorologist
A scientist that studies the climate and weather patterns of the area.
Zoologist
A scientist who studies the variety of animals in the environment.
Microbiologist
A scientist who studies the tiny microorganisms of the environment.
Entomologist
A scientist who studies insects, spiders, snails, and other bus of an environment.
Chemist
A scientist who studies chemicals and effects of pollution in the air, water, and soil.
Cosmologist
A scientist in physics and astrophysics that deals with the study of the physical origins and evolution of the Universe
Biotechnologist
A scientist who modifies or manipulates living organisms to develop new products or tools.
Volcanologist
A scientist who studies volcanic phenomenon.