Calla, an Assistant Professor who teaches Environmental Science and conducts research in hydrology, describes what she loves most about her job and its challenges. She gets to spend all day on issues she cares about. This is her first year teaching - she loves it, but it's challenging learning a new craft.
Hydrologists study water and the water cycle. They study the movement, distribution, and other properties of water, and they analyze how these influence the surrounding environment. They use their expertise to solve problems concerning water quality and availability, for example.
In some states, hydrologists need a license to practice. Requirements vary by state, but they typically include minimum education and experience requirements and passing an exam.
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