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CIV ENGR 423: Air Pollution Effects, Measurement and Control

  • Catalog Description:
    The influence of man-caused pollution on the atmosphere, globally and locally. Evaluation of human health, economic, and aesthetic effects of air pollution. Techniques for measurement of atmosphere pollutant concentrations and determination of local and regional air quality. Detailed presentation of air pollution sources and methods for their control. The role of local, state and federal government in air pollution control.
  • Credits: 3
  • Prerequisites: Senior standing
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