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ENGS 43 - Environmental Transport and Fate

Description

Introduction to the movement and transformation of contaminants released in soils, rivers, and the atmosphere. Fundamentals of advective-dispersive reactive transport, including approaches for assessing and parameterizing the complex heterogeneity and anisotropy of natural media. Analysis of mixing processes that lead to dispersion at larger spatial and temporal scales. Basic principles are illustrated by application to real world examples of groundwater, river, and atmospheric pollution.

Prerequisites

MATH 8 or equivalent and either ENGS 37 or EARS 16

Cross Listed Courses

EARS 66.01

Distribution Code

TAS

Offered

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Time
Location / Method
Instructor(s)
Term: Winter 2023
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A&S Staff


Term: Winter 2022
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Instructors:

A&S Staff