EENV-373 Air Quality

An introduction to air quality and air pollution issues from the regional scale to the global scale. This course examines the various types and sources of air pollutants and the effects of air pollution on health, welfare and the environment. Specific topics include acid deposition, tropospheric and stratospheric ozone, visibility degradation, air pollution meteorology, and regulatory aspects of air quality. Laboratory experiments focus on air-quality measurement strategies. Prerequisites: EENV-240, General Chemistry I, (CHEM-101, -103, or -111), General Chemistry II (CHEM-102, -104 or -112) or instructor's permission. 4 SH. 3 lecture hours, 3 laboratory/field hours.