Instructor: Lisa A. Rodenburg (formerly Totten) Rm 348; 932-9800 x 6218; firstname.lastname@example.org
Spring Semester 2010; Time Tuesday/Thursday 10:55-12:15 PM, 323 ENRS Building
Grading: Participation; Problem sets; Class project; Midterm; Final Exam
Text: Environmental Organic Chemistry, 2nd Ed. R. Schwarzenbach, P. Gschwend, and D. Imboden, Wiley-Interscience, 2002.
NOTE: due to my bad planning, this book is not available through the campus book store. I suggest you order ASAP ifyou plan to take the class.
Description: Processes governing the transport and transformation
anthropogenic organic chemicals in the environment. Topics
chemical-physical properties of organic chemicals, air-water and
exchange, atmospheric processes and deposition, sorption processes,
bioaccumulation, chemical transformations, photochemical
modeling concepts, case studies.
Once you have registered for this course, you
should be able to log on to the course sakai site
Jan 28, Feb 2
Feb 4, 9
Feb 11, 16, 18
Mar 2, 4
Mar 25, 30
Apr 22, 27, 29
Hand in midterm
Go Over Midterm