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What are the key areas on which every Fishery Scientist works most of the times?

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RE: What are the key areas on which every Fishery Scientist works most of the times?

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Fisheries Biologist
To be a fisheries biologist, you'll want to be interested in researching and reporting on fish management programs, writing reports on existing studies and being able to prepare budgets. Similar to regular biologists, fisheries biologists study fish and water samples. They also study fish species and determine what kinds of fish can survive in which environments. For this type of position, you would have to complete a graduate program in fisheries science.

Biologist Supervisors
Fisheries biologist supervisors plan and carry out research projects for the fisheries. They will put out reports based on the research done and may also be asked to review and edit the content of each report. Fisheries supervisors will coordinate certain research projects with institutions, universities and private companies interested in the results. Often times they will explain the findings to the rest of the fisheries staff and help promote the research to the press. To qualify for this type of position, you will have to take a graduate program and accumulate some work experience.

Fishery Manager
This career track puts you out in the field instead of the lab. Fishery managers hatch fish, help them grow and release them. If they are working for a lab, they may coordinate research projects and also make assessments on the area's water and environment. They may also focus on conservation by preventing overfishing and working to restore fish populations.

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