Conservation scientists manage natural resources. It is also their responsibility to develop programs that both make resources productive and protect them. They usually “investigate the impacts of human activity on specific ecosystems and on the environment as a whole. They may conduct long-term studies of an area, tracking changes in climate, air quality, and populations of plants and animals. Some professionals give tours of national and state parks, educate the public on different ways to conserve resources, and actively engage in environmental cleanup and recycling efforts.”
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