Glaciologists are people who study and analyze the movement and physical properties of glaciers and ice.  They study such conditions so as to make predictions on weather, ice formations and possible elevation changes of the earth’s surface.  Findings from their research are crucial in determining changes in climate and sea levels that consequently affect many factors of life on earth especially today that Global warming has become a very serious issue.  Most Glaciologists do their research in field stations on mountains and some are stationed at the arctic regions.

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Roger Anderson

7865 Universal St.

Giorgia, USA 76889

Phone: (878) 908-909


Hard working and able researcher seeking for a position as Glaciologist to be stationed in any area

Summary of Qualification

  • Highly experienced in field work with different weather conditions and limited access to basic services
  • Excellent skills in research, monitoring and calculations in the field of geology
  • With ability to use measuring devices and handling transport automobiles for transfer of experimental stations
  • Diligent in identifying possible causes of weather change and change in general conditions
  • Knowledgeable in using instruments for documentation for audio-visual presentation and for monitoring and observation purposes
  • In top health condition and can withstand harsh weather conditions

Career Experience/Job History

2008 – 2011: Glaciologist, United Nations Center for Climate Change

  • Measured temperatures of the sea and air in Atlanta
  • Recorded data and prepared reports for presentation to the United Nations Headquarters
  • Set-up monitoring devices of both water and air in the sea and gathered daily readings
  • Monitored the movement of ice and elevation changes through satellite images and remote sensing
  • Trekked the mountains to set up experimental stations
  • Made presentations after research was completed

2004-2008: Head Researcher, Monsanto Rice Center

  • Made research on rice pests and the effect of climate change on rice
  • Made presentations of research findings to government units and agricultural groups


2002-2004: Master’s Degree in Geology, University of Georgia

1998-2002:  Bachelor of Science in Geology, University of Georgia

Professional reference will be furnished upon request