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Geoscientist & Hydrologist


Geoscientist studies the composition, structure, and other physical aspects of the Earth to analyze the composition of earth, rock, and water; and help to search for natural resources such as groundwater, minerals, metals, and petroleum. Geoscientists usually study and work in one of several closely related geosciences fields, including geology, geophysics, and hydrology. Various career specializations in this field are - geologists, oceanographers, hydrologists, geophysicists, volcanologists, geochemist, palaeontologists, sedimentologists, mineralogists and geomagnetists.

Career as a Geoscientist & Hydrologist

(Entrance exams may be applicable for Bachelors and Masters Degree in different colleges, institutes depending on their admission policies)


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