Marine Biologist: is a person who studies the organisms of the sea. This term is very broad and is used to name many positions in a variety of disciplines. Marine biologist can study physical and chemical properties as they relate to the life forms of the sea.
A marine biologist might also have a more specific title such as a biological technician, ichthyologist, fishery biologist, marine mammalogist, or microbiologist.
Hawaiian Translation: Kanaka kai kalaimeaola
A marine biologist changing a temperature logger on Kelso Reef.
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