Water resources engineers focus on the use and management of land and water resources in rural and urban areas. They design and develop creative solutions to protect groundwater, soil, wetlands, streams and lakes.
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New environmental standards mean that many local authorities are upgrading their water infrastructure, so environmental and water resources engineers are in demand.
Water resources engineers generally earn:
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