Marine Biology Outline

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Adela Papiez
Granitz
Accelerated English 9
22 March 2017
Outline
Marine Biologists: Saving the Environment One Animal at a Time
Thesis: Marine biology is a demanding job requiring working with marine animals, and having many qualifications and courses to take, as well as years of training, with many fulfilling rewards.
Generally, marine biology is the study of organisms, their relationship to the environment, and their behavior, in addition to studying the chemical aspects of bodies of saltwater ("At A Glance" & "NOAA Fisheries").
In marine biology, you do independent research and teamwork ("Job Description").
Can be based on a specific species, organism, or behavior, technique, or ecosystem ("Marine Careers").
Observations and notes are very
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18,865 total students ("Enrollment").
75% of freshmen were in the top 50% of their high school class with over 1010 on SAT and 18 on ACT ("Enrollment").
$24,173 for in state total expenses ("Expenses & Financial Aid").
$46,205 for out of state total expenses ("Expenses & Financial Aid").
Specializes in marine studies ("Majors Offered").
Although there are many career choices to choose from for marine biologists, a great sample job is an aquarium director.
Educator at an aquarium - $30,000-$40,000 per year, bachelor 's degree, during this job, one teaches about the environment and concerns ("Sample Career Path").
Supervisor at an aquarium - $35,000-$45,000 per year, bachelor 's degree, management abilities (managing day to day operations), and leading educators ("Sample Career Path").
Aquarium manager - $45,000-$60,000 per year, master 's degree in biology, leadership, management abilities, and increasing administrative duties ("Sample Career Path").
Aquarium director - $60,000-$90,000 per year, master 's degree or a PhD, administrative duties, setting aquarium goals, develop programs, and organize and evaluate the aquarium ("Sample Career

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