What Do Environmental Scientists Do?
An environmental scientist is a scientist who is usually employed by a government department or consulting firm to a conduct research on environmental issues. They seek to develop, implement, and enforce state, local, or federal regulations designed to preserve and protect the environment. Environmental scientists seek to identify harmful pollutants or hazards to the environment or potential threats to the human, plant, or animal population.
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- Collect, analyze, and report on environmental data, like building materials, atmosphere monitoring and soil or water samples.
- Create visualizations and guidance materials for multiple audiences.
- Compare results and methods to federal and local regulations and guidelines, reporting on the gaps and achievements.