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CIV ENGR 703: Environmental Geochemistry

  • Catalog Description:
    This course will be a quantitative treatment of chemical and biological processes controlling the speciation and partitioning of inorganic compounds in natural waters. Particular attention will be paid to heterogeneous reaction mechanisms, and kinetics controlling inorganic compounds in aqueous environments. Additionally, we will discuss in-situ techniques for measurement of environmental reactions. This course is designed to appeal to graduate students who are interested in environmental chemistry, chemistry, limnology, geology, environmental microbiology, soil science, and environmental modeling.
  • Credits: 3
  • Prerequisites: Graduate or professional standing
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