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May 21, 2016 by Shanna Roth (sroth)
CHEM 6281 : Environmental Chemistry: Air, Water, and Soil
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Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
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Environmental Chemistry: Air, Water, and Soil
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Survey of the behavior, movement and impact of natural and man-made chemicals in all layers of the environment in the context of the atmosphere, hydrosphere, and lithosphere; the effects of acid rain, sewage treatment, ozone destruction, anthropogenic climate change, air pollution, and eutrophication.
1. Understand the behavior, movement and impact of natural and man-made chemicals in air, water and soil. 2. Examine sources, transport and fates of chemical species in air, water, and soil. 3. Describe and analyze the chemistry of environmentally important cycles (C, N, O, P, S) 4. Analyze the effects of the human factor affects these layers, including acid rain, sewage treatment, ozone destruction, anthropogenic climate change, air pollution, and eutrophication. 5. Apply the aforementioned theoretical knowledge to design and evaluate solutions to current and future environmental problems.
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