Scientists who study volcanoes are called volcanologists. It is their job to monitor volcanoes, measure temperatures, and collect samples of lava rock or gases or other small objects that might help them learn more about volcanoes. They often wear protective gear while working on field work.
Volcanologists are the scientists who study active and inactive volcanoes. Most of the work is done in the field, observing activity and taking samples. This information can then be taken back to a laboratory or office where it can be studied, or where experiments can be conducted to find out additional information. Volcanologists can also work as teachers or in the tourism industry to educate the public.
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