MARINE BIOLOGIST
Alice Medrano
& Gianna Sidoti
Friday, September 6, 13
TYPE OF WORK
Friday, September 6, 13
TWO COMPANIES IN THE
FIELD
The Kairos Company is
the name of a Marine
Biology company out of
the Cayman Islands.
Terramar ...
AVERAGE SALARY
•The average salary for
a Marine Biologist can
range from $26,388 -
$100,126
Friday, September 6, 13
EDUCATION NEEDED
• In high school;
Biology, chemistry,
physics, algebra,
geometry, calculus is
required.You will
need at l...
TYPICAL WORK WEEK
• A typical work week
as a Marine Biologist
could range from
tagging animal
samples for a lab
experiment...
Level Of Spanish Needed
• We looked up levels of Spanish and
we believe that a Marine Biologist
would need to obtain a B2
...
Why we chose a Marine Biologist?
• -I agreed to do our
project on a
Marine Biologist
because scuba
diving and being
able t...
2 PICTURES MARINE BIOLOGIST
PERFORMING THEY’RE JOB
Friday, September 6, 13
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Spanish 1 marine biologist

  1. 1. MARINE BIOLOGIST Alice Medrano & Gianna Sidoti Friday, September 6, 13
  2. 2. TYPE OF WORK Friday, September 6, 13
  3. 3. TWO COMPANIES IN THE FIELD The Kairos Company is the name of a Marine Biology company out of the Cayman Islands. Terramar Marine Biology is a private company located in Monroe, CT Friday, September 6, 13
  4. 4. AVERAGE SALARY •The average salary for a Marine Biologist can range from $26,388 - $100,126 Friday, September 6, 13
  5. 5. EDUCATION NEEDED • In high school; Biology, chemistry, physics, algebra, geometry, calculus is required.You will need at least a Bachelors degree, but a Masters course or even a Phd. is highly recommended as it will increase job opportunities. Schooling is not the only requirement though, you usually need a lot of experience as well; volunteering or interning at relevant places greatly increase your chances; aquariums, marine labs or even natural history museums. Friday, September 6, 13
  6. 6. TYPICAL WORK WEEK • A typical work week as a Marine Biologist could range from tagging animal samples for a lab experiment, to collecting underwater samples from marine life. Being a Marine Biologist gives you opportunities to work in a laboratory and research or go scuba diving for samples. Friday, September 6, 13
  7. 7. Level Of Spanish Needed • We looked up levels of Spanish and we believe that a Marine Biologist would need to obtain a B2 Conversational II of Spanish level. Which is being independent and able to speak sentences well but not quite fluently. Friday, September 6, 13
  8. 8. Why we chose a Marine Biologist? • -I agreed to do our project on a Marine Biologist because scuba diving and being able to explore the marine animals and oceans would be a fascinating job to learn about. -Gianna Sidoti • I chose this job because I really love the ocean and animals. Learning about both just sounds perfect. I want to study ocean life and swim with marine mammals as well. • -Alice Medrano Friday, September 6, 13
  9. 9. 2 PICTURES MARINE BIOLOGIST PERFORMING THEY’RE JOB Friday, September 6, 13

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