Botany is the scientific study of plants.
Chemistry is central to virtually all areas of modern science and technology, providing a foundation for fields such as biochemistry, chemical engineering, food science, materials science, geology, nanotechnology and pharmacology.
Conservation biology is the science of protecting and managing biodiversity.
Provides the research basis for solving environmental problems.
Geology studies the evolution and characteristics of the Earth.
Geography is the study of the Earth's landscapes, peoples, places and environments.
Natural resource managers guide sustainable development to protect environmental assets.
Zoology focuses on the diversity of animals and how they survive, thrive and persist.