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Soils, Water, and Environmental Chemistry Crosslisted as NRES 451/851
Prereqs: NRES/WATS/SOIL/AGRO/GEOL/ 361 or graduate standing
Environmental chemistry related to the fate and transport of organic contaminants in soil-water environments. Application of computer simulation models (i.e., MODFLOW) for predicting contaminant fate in aquifers. Basic chemical and biological principles of remediating contaminated soil and water.
|Course Format:||Lab 3, Lecture 3|
ENVE 890 requires, in advance, the approval of the practicum and the written documentation of how demonstrated creativity will occur i the practicum. At the completion of the practicum, a written report of the creative accomplishments is required.
Problems in engineering or management in a non-academic experience within the private sector or a government agency. Research, design, analysis, and testing.
|Max credits per degree:||6|
Special research-oriented problems in current topics in environmental engineering.
Prereqs: Admission to masters degree program and permission of major adviser
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Current research topics and projects in environmental and water resources engineering and closely allied areas.
Independent library and/or experimental research, analysis, evaluation and presentation of current and advanced topics in environmental engineering and closely related areas.