The average salary for an Aquatic Biologist in Winnipeg, Manitoba is C$50,050.
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Job Description for Aquatic Biologist
An aquatic biologist primarily studies the ecology and behaviors of living organisms, such as plants, animals, and microbes. The organisms are usually found in freshwater sources, including lakes, rivers, marshes, and wetlands. Aquatic biologists also study the composition of the water itself, as well as the effects of various conditions on aquatic life. Usually, at least a bachelor's degree in aquatic biology or a closely related major is required for an entry-level position. However, most re…Read more
Aquatic Biologist Tasks
- Study the behavior, genetics, origins and diseases of marine wildlife.
- Observe and analyze data pertaining to marine life.
- May specialize in environmental cleanups, marine conservation or the rehabilitation of injured marine animals.
- Conduct scientific experiments on-site and / or in a lab.
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Employees with Aquatic Biologist in their job title in Toronto, Ontario earn an average of 31.9% more than the national average. These job titles also find higher than average salaries in Calgary, Alberta (15.0% more) and Vancouver, British Columbia (12.4% more).
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