What do scientist call the charting of the ocean floor?
A scientist who studies the ocean is called an Oceanographer or a marine scientist.
You call them an oceanographer.
I call them "scientists" but their called oceanographers =D
It is the mid-ocean ridge.
an oceanographer... Someone who studies the ocean is known as either an oceanographer or a marine scientist.
An Oceanographer. Marine Biologist, that sort of thing.
That would be a marine biologist.
Wreck debris or a debris field
There is no specific name for a person who studies squids. A marine biologists is someone who studies ocean life.
The edges of the continental plates under water are called the continental shelf.
you call a scientist a scientist but there are different study's in science which are called different names i hope this helps.:)
Scientist call the seahorse a "Hippocampus"; a latin word
In the UK we call it the ground floor.
I have no idea. Call a scientist or something I have no idea. Call a scientist or something
A biotechnology scientist.
A military scientist
A historical scientist.
One such scientist is an engineer.
a scientist who studys cells are called what
It causes what we call "sea-floor spreading." Sea-floor spreading is the process in which the ocean floor is extended when two plates move apart. As the plates move apart, the rocks break and form a crack between the plates. Earthquakes occur along the plate boundary. Magma rises through the cracks and seeps out onto the ocean floor like a long, thin, undersea volcano.
they call them science bugs
A scientist that studies fungi is called a mycologist.
A scientist who studies mollusks is called a teuthologist.
What a scientist changes is call the manipulated variable.
Lots of water will evaporate very fast and the mantle's compositions would harden and solidify to become part of a new sea floor. This is what scientists call 'sea-floor spreading'.
what do you call the location where a river runs into an ocean
it call PTERIDOLOGY they are the scientist who study about ferns..
Ocean, Sea, Water, Salt Water. You cant really call an ocean that many things...
A scientist who studies nature is called a naturalist. A Botanist
A scientist that studies bears would be called an ursinologist.
The Arctic Ocean?
A scientist who studies seismic waves is known as a seismologist.
A scientist who studies living things is called a Biologist.
There is a very specific term for him: the paleobotanist.
What do you call a scientist who introduced a system of classifying organisms
You would call them a Forensic Scientist.
You call him a veterinarian or animal behavior specialist.