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Field Biologist

A field biologist studies living things and their relationship to their environment. A field biologist conducts basic research to gain information about living things and conducts applied research to solve problems in the environment. A field biologist uses computers to record and analyze data. A field biologist may use complex research techniques and equipment but mostly works in the field rather than in a lab. A person in this occupation may do consulting work, teach, or write for technical journals.

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