Rutgers University - Camden: Graduate Courses Related to Climate and Environmental Change
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56:160:540 Advanced Environmental Chemistry (3)
The objective of this course is to develop a solid and practical understanding of the chemistry of air, water, and soil and how anthropogenic activities affect the balance of this chemistry. Specifically, we will examine how chemicals move through the environment, their reaction, and transport phenomena. We would evaluate public policy, student current remediation processes, measurements, and data interpretation. The students should expect to apply chemistry and mathematical concepts to solve remediation process design problems and express and understand scientific models.
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56:120:570 (F) Global Climate Change (3)
Multidisciplinary discussions of a variety of topics concerning climate change: whether it is fact or fiction; the effects of climate change and pollution on ecosystems and populations; prediction of the consequences of climate change; and the ecological, social, economic, and legal repercussions of this worldwide problem. Sem./lec. 3 hrs. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor.
56:120:595 (Oc) Advanced Soil Ecology (3)
Prerequisites: A course in ecology and permission of the instructor.