Session will provide an overview of the field of aquatic science in general and will provide specific examples of research topics that aquatic scientists at the Center for Reservoir and Aquatic Systems Research (CRASR) at Baylor University are studying. This Industry Chat is part of a monthly series offered by Baylor to teach students about water research and careers in aquatic science. Sessions will target different grade levels, so please plan to join us each month to learn from a different scientist!
What do aquatic scientists study? What is a "typical" day in the life of an aquatic scientist?
1) The importance of water to all life on earth, including relevance to their own daily lives
2) Aquatic scientists all work on water issues, but there are many different jobs and areas of interest within this field
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