Due to the vast size of the sea and the millions of unknown species that exist, a marine biologist may perform a number of different things each day. For example, a marine researcher working on the behavior of mussels might scuba dive for animals in the morning, and bring them to the lab and observe them in the afternoon, collecting various types of data. Or one may go to the library and read journal articles by other scientists about a particular species and then do some statistical analysis of the data using a computer, write a proposal for new research, or go out in a small boat to do a plankton tow for clams.
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