Hydrologist V Hydrogeologist.

Hydrologists are involved in the monitoring, management and protection of water and water resources in commercial, environmental and academic settings.​

They ensure the effective flow of water through channels and pipes for the engineering and control of water provision. ​

A hydrogeologist is a person who studies the ways that groundwater (hydro) moves through the soil and rock of the earth (geology). A similar profession, a hydrologist, is someone who studies surface water.​

Geology is the study of how the Earth changes through time. Hydrology is the study of water systems and water movement throughout the Earth.