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You can download the Fall 2014 ESE schedule of courses here. (Please note that the schedule is subject to change until the beginning of classes.) All course schedules are available on the UNC Registrar’s website. To use the UNC registrar search engine, please enter “ENVR” under course subject.

Official ESE course descriptions taken from the UNC Undergraduate Record and the UNC Graduate Record are below.

Additional courses may be added on a semester basis at discretion of the department.

Some titles link to the syllabus for that course. Please note that some syllabi are for past semesters, so dates will not apply to future semesters.


ENVR 230 Environmental Health Issues
3 Credit Hours | Syllabus: http://www.unc.edu/courses/2009fall/envr/230/001/

Examines key events that have shaped our understanding of the impacts of environmental agents on human health and uses them to introduce basic concepts in environmental health.

ENVR 296 READ ENV SCI/ENG
Semesters Offered: Spring | 1‑9 Credit Hours
ENVR 400 Seminar Series
Semesters Offered: Fall/Spring | 1 Credit Hour | Syllabus: http://www.unc.edu/~weinberg/400/

Presents the results of ongoing research projects in the Department of Environmental Sciences and Engineering. Topics and presenters are selected from among the departmental graduate students and faculty.

ENVR 403 Environmental Chemistry Processes
Semesters Offered: Spring | 3 Credit Hours | Syllabus: http://sph.unc.edu/files/2013/07/720155338_sy_envr403_20122.pdf

Required preparation, a background in chemistry and mathematics, including ordinary differential equations. Chemical processes occurring in natural and engineered systems: chemical cycles; transport and transformation processes of chemicals in air, water, and multimedia environments; chemical dynamics; thermodynamics; structure/activity relationships.

ENVR 411 Laboratory Techniques and Field Measurements
Semesters Offered: Fall | 3 Credit Hours | Syllabus: http://www.unc.edu/~weinberg/411/

Students learn laboratory, field, and analytical skills. Provides a solid introduction to experimental research in environmental sciences and engineering. Students are provided with applications in limnology, aquatic chemistry, and industrial hygiene.

ENVR 412 Ecological Microbiology
Semesters Offered: Spring | Syllabus: http://sph.unc.edu/files/2013/07/412.doc
ENVR 413 Limnology
Semesters Offered: Fall | 3 Credit Hours | Syllabus: http://sph.unc.edu/files/2013/07/4131.doc

Required preparation, introductory biology, chemistry, and physics. Basic aspects of freshwater ecosystem function. Emphasis on trophic level interactions and integration of physical, chemical, and biological principles for a holistic view of lake ecosystem dynamics.

ENVR 416 Aerosol Physics and Chemistry
Semesters Offered: Fall | 4 Credit Hours | Syllabus: http://sph.unc.edu/files/2013/07/416.pdf

Permission of the instructor for nonmajors. Physical and chemical principles underlying behavior of particles suspended in air. Topics include rectilinear and curvilinear motion of the particles in a force field, diffusion, evaporation, and condensation, electrical and optical properties, and particle coagulation. Three lecture hours a week and two laboratory sessions.

ENVR 417 Oceanography
Semesters Offered: Fall | 3 Credit Hours | Syllabus: http://sph.unc.edu/files/2013/07/417.doc

Required preparation, major in a natural science or two courses in natural sciences. Studies origin of ocean basins, seawater chemistry and dynamics, biological communities, sedimentary record, and oceanographic history. Term paper. Students lacking science background should see MASC 101. No credit for MASC 401 after receiving credit for MASC 101.

ENVR 419 Chemical Equilibria in Natural Waters
Semesters Offered: Fall | 3 Credit Hours | Syllabus: http://sph.unc.edu/files/2013/07/419.doc

Principles and applications of chemical equilibria to natural waters. Acid-base, solubility, complex formation, and redox reactions are discussed. This course uses a problem-solving approach to illustrate chemical speciation and environmental implications. Three lecture hours per week.

ENVR 421 Environmental Health Microbiology
Semesters Offered: Spring | Syllabus: http://sph.unc.edu/files/2013/07/421.doc
ENVR 423 Industrial Medicine and Toxicology
Semesters Offered: Spring | Syllabus: http://sph.unc.edu/files/2013/07/4231.doc
ENVR 430 Health Effects of Environmental Agents
Semesters Offered: Fall | 3 Credit Hours | Syllabus: http://sph.unc.edu/files/2013/07/430.pdf

Required preparation, basic biology, chemistry through organic, calculus. Permission of the instructor for students lacking this preparation. Interactions of environmental agents (chemicals, infectious organisms, radiation) with biological systems including humans, with attention to routes of entry, distribution, metabolism, elimination, and mechanisms of adverse effects. Three lecture hours per week.

ENVR 431 EHS Techniques
Semesters Offered: Fall | 2 Credit Hours | Syllabus: http://www.unc.edu/courses/2009fall/envr/431/001/

Required preparation, basic biology, chemistry through organic, math through calculus; permission of the instructor for students lacking this preparation. A practical introduction to the measurement of biological end-points, emphasizing adverse effects of environmental agents, using laboratory and field techniques. Two laboratory hours per week.

ENVR 432 Occupational Safety and Ergonomics
Semesters Offered: Fall | 3 Credit Hours | Syllabus: http://sph.unc.edu/files/2013/07/432.doc

Fundamentals of occupational safety and ergonomics with emphasis on legislation and organization of industrial safety and ergonomic programs, including hazard recognition, analysis, control, and motivational factors pertaining to industrial accident and cumulative trauma disorder prevention.

ENVR 433 Health Hazards of Industrial Operations
Semesters Offered: Spring | 3 Credit Hours | Syllabus: http://sph.unc.edu/files/2013/07/4333.pdf

Prerequisite, ENVR 422. An introduction to the health hazards associated with the various unit operations of industry. Field trips to local industries planned.

ENVR 442 Biochemical and Molecular Toxicology
Semesters Offered: Spring | 3 Credit Hours | Syllabus: http://sph.unc.edu/files/2013/07/442.doc

Prerequisite, CHEM 430. Required preparation, one course in biochemistry. Permission of the instructor for students lacking the prerequisites. Biochemical actions of toxicants and assessment of cellular damage by biochemical measurements. Three lecture hours per week.

ENVR 451 Elements of Chemical Reactor Engineering
Semesters Offered: Fall | 3 Credit Hours | Syllabus: http://sph.unc.edu/files/2013/07/451.pdf

Required preparation, elementary differential equations course such as MATH 524. Focuses on chemical reaction rates and reaction mechanisms. Covers mole balances, rate laws, chemical kinetics, and reactor design. Principles are applied to any environmental system where chemical transformations must be described. Three lecture hours per week.

ENVR 452 Fluid Dynamics
Semesters Offered: Spring
Fall rarely
| 3 Credit Hours

Prerequisite, PHYS 301. Permission of the instructor for students lacking the prerequisite. The physical properties of fluids, kinematics, governing equations, viscous incompressible flow, vorticity dynamics, boundary layers, irrotational incompressible flow.

ENVR 453 Groundwater Hydrology
Semesters Offered: Fall | 3 Credit Hours | Syllabus: http://sph.unc.edu/files/2013/07/453.pdf

Required preparation, math through differential equations and some familiarity with fluid mechanics. Conservation principles for mass, momentum, and energy developed and applied to groundwater systems. Scope includes the movement of water, gas, and organic liquid phases, the transport and reaction of contaminants. Three lecture hours per week.

ENVR 468 Advanced Functions of Temporal GIS
Semesters Offered: Fall | 3 Credit Hours | Syllabus: http://www.unc.edu/~mserre/teaching/ENVR468syllabusGeneric.htm

Required preparation, a multivariate calculus course like MATH 233. Overview of geographical information systems (GIS) using the Arc GIS software, and introduction to advanced geostatistical functions for temporal GIS describing environmental and health phenomena distributed across space and time. Application to the spatiotemporal mapping of environmental water quality.

ENVR 471 Quantitative Risk Assessment in Environmental Health Microbiology
Semesters Offered: Spring
ENVR 514 Measurement of NOx, O3, and Volatile Organic Compounds
Semesters Offered: Spring
ENVR 516 Aerosol Science Laboratory
Semesters Offered: Fall | Syllabus: http://sph.unc.edu/files/2013/07/516.doc
ENVR 570 Methods of Environmental Decision Analysis
Semesters Offered: Fall | 3 Credit Hours | Syllabus: http://sph.unc.edu/files/2013/07/570.pdf

Required preparation, one course in probability and statistics. Use of quantitative tools for balancing conflicting priorities (such as costs versus human health protection) and evaluating uncertainties when making environmental decisions.

ENVR 585 American Environmental Policy
Semesters Offered: Fall | 3 Credit Hours | Syllabus: http://sph.unc.edu/files/2013/07/5852.pdf

Intensive introduction to environmental management and policy, including environmental and health risks, policy institutions, processes, and instruments, policy analysis, and major elements of American environmental policy. Lectures and case studies. Three lecture hours per week.

ENVR 593 Undergraduate Practicum in Environmental Health Sciences
Semesters Offered: Fall/Spring | 1‑3 Credit Hours | Syllabus: no link

A practical experience in a setting relevant to environmental health.

ENVR 600 Environmental Health
Semesters Offered: Fall | 3 Credit Hours | Syllabus: http://sph.unc.edu/files/2013/07/600-0011.pdf

This course examines the relationship between environmental quality, human health and welfare, with particular attention to contamination in human environment; physical, biological, and social factors; trade-offs regarding prevention and remediation measures. Satisfies core School of Public Health requirement. Three lecture hours per week.

ENVR 601 Epidemiology for Environmental Scientists and Engineers
Semesters Offered: Spring | 3 Credit Hours | Syllabus: no link

An introduction to relevant epidemiologic concepts that inform environmental science research. Learning objectives include discussing basic epidemiologic concepts and measures of disease occurrence in populations, explaining epidemiological study designs for studying associations between risk factors or exposures in populations, evaluating epidemiologic evidence, and comprehending basic ethical principles.

ENVR 630 Systems Biology in Environmental Health
Semesters Offered: Spring | 3 Credit Hours | Syllabus: http://sph.unc.edu/files/2013/07/890_Fry.doc

Required preparation, one year of biology. Environmental systems biology examines how environmental stressors influence the components of a biological system, and how the interactions between these components result in changes in the function and behavior of that system.

ENVR 640 Environmental Exposure Assessment
Semesters Offered: Fall | 3 Credit Hours | Syllabus: http://sph.unc.edu/files/2013/07/6401.doc

Permission of the instructor for nonmajors. The course material introduces the general concepts of assessing environmental exposures to chemicals in human populations. This includes the design of ecologic and personal monitoring studies, the techniques and equipment used for sampling and analysis, and interpretation of data.

ENVR 661 Scientific Computation I
Semesters Offered: Spring | 3 Credit Hours

Requires some programming experience and basic numerical analysis. Error in computation, solutions of nonlinear equations, interpolation, approximation of functions, Fourier methods, numerical integration and differentiation, introduction to numerical solution of ODEs, Gaussian elimination.

ENVR 666 Numerical Methods
Semesters Offered: Fall | 3 Credit Hours | Syllabus: no link

Prerequisites, COMP 116 and MATH 383. Numerical methods for solving problems arising in sciences and engineering. Solution of linear equations using direct and iterative approaches, solution of nonlinear systems of algebraic equations, solution of ordinary differential equations including single and multistep methods, and methods for stiff systems of ODEs and collocation methods for linear and nonlinear PDEs.

ENVR 668 Methods of Applied Mathematics I
Semesters Offered: Spring
Fall rarely
| 3 Credit Hours

Requires an undergraduate course in differential equations. Contour integration, asymptotic expansions, steepest descent/stationary phase methods, special functions arising in physical applications, elliptic and theta functions, elementary bifurcation theory.

ENVR 671 Environmental Physics I
Semesters Offered: Fall | 3 Credit Hours | Syllabus: no link

Prerequisite, ENVR 461. A first graduate-level course in physical principles relevant to environmental systems. Topics include dimensional analysis, tensor calculus, conservation of mass and momentum. Applications are considered from natural and engineered systems and across all relevant media. Focus is on the development of mechanistic representation of environmental systems.

ENVR 672 Environmental Physics II
Semesters Offered: Spring
ENVR 675 Air Pollution, Chemistry, and Physics
Semesters Offered: Spring | 3 Credit Hours

This class is designed for graduate students planning for research in air pollution, emphasizing chemical kinetics and engineering approaches to problem solving in addition to atmospheric structure, meteorology, and modeling. We address problems of stratospheric and tropospheric ozone, particulate matter, and acid rain. We emphasize quantitative problem solving in homework.

ENVR 685 Water and Sanitation Policy in Lesser Developed Countries
Semesters Offered: Spring
ENVR 691H Honors Research
Semesters Offered: Summer | 3 Credit Hours

Permission of the instructor. Directed readings or laboratory study of a selected topic. A written report is required in the form of an honors thesis (ENVR 692H).

ENVR 692H Honors Thesis
Semesters Offered: Spring | 3 Credit Hours

Students complete honors research projects.

ENVR 695 691 Undergraduate Research
Semesters Offered: Fall, Spring | 1‑3 Credit Hours | Syllabus: no link

Directed readings or laboratory study. Written reports are required. May be taken more than once for credit. Six to nine hours per week.

ENVR 698 ANALYSIS AND SOL
Semesters Offered: Spring | 3 Credit Hours
ENVR 707 Advanced Toxicology
Semesters Offered: Fall | Syllabus: http://www.unc.edu/courses/2006fall/toxc/707/001/
ENVR 710 Environmental Process Biotechnology
Semesters Offered: Spring | Syllabus: http://sph.unc.edu/files/2013/07/710.doc
ENVR 722 Toxicology Seminar
Semesters Offered: Fall, Spring | 1 Credit Hour | Syllabus: http://sph.unc.edu/files/2013/07/7223.doc

Presentations by outside invited speakers, local faculty, advanced graduate students, and postdoctoral trainees. Topics will cover all areas of research in toxicology. One hour per week.

ENVR 724 Current Topics in Environmental Analytical Chemistry
Semesters Offered: Fall | Syllabus: http://www.unc.edu/~weinberg/724/
ENVR 725 Environmental Physical-Organic Chemistry
Semesters Offered: Spring | Syllabus: http://www.unc.edu/courses/2006spring/envr/210/001/Envr210.htm
ENVR 726 Instrumental Methods for the Chemical Analysis of Environmental Samples
Semesters Offered: Spring | Syllabus: http://www.unc.edu/~weinberg/726/
ENVR 727 Chemistry of Humic Substances
Semesters Offered: Fall | Syllabus: http://sph.unc.edu/files/2013/07/727.pdf
ENVR 732 Health Effects of Outdoor and Indoor Air Pollution. An Integrated Interdisciplinary Approach
Semesters Offered: Fall | 3 Credit Hours | Syllabus: http://sph.unc.edu/files/2013/07/732.doc

Required preparation, knowledge of basic human physiology and biochemistry helpful. Assessing health effects of air pollutants on normal and diseased human populations, including children. Physiology, cellular and molecular biology, immunology, genetics, dosimetry will be integrated. Three lecture hours per week.

ENVR 740 Principles of Chemical Carcinogenesis
Semesters Offered: Spring | Syllabus: http://sph.unc.edu/files/2013/07/7401.doc
ENVR 742 Theory and Practice of Evaluating Human Health Risks of Chemicals
Semesters Offered: Fall, Spring | 2 Credit Hours

Prerequisites, ENVR/TOXC/BIOC 442 or ENVR 430. ENVR/TOXC 707 and ENVR 470 are highly recommended. This course will provide students who already have good knowledge of the basic principles of toxicology and environmental health with real-life examples of how the information is integrated for the purpose of judging what chemical exposures may pose risk to human health.

ENVR 750 Principles of Industrial Ventilation
Semesters Offered: Fall | Syllabus: http://sph.unc.edu/files/2013/07/750.doc
ENVR 751 Ventilation Design Problem
Semesters Offered: Fall
ENVR 754 Air Pollution Control
Semesters Offered: Spring | Syllabus: http://sph.unc.edu/files/2013/07/754.doc
ENVR 755 Analysis of Water Resource Systems
Semesters Offered: Spring | 3 Credit Hours | Syllabus: http://www.unc.edu/~charack/envr_252.html

Permission of the instructor for nonmajors. Use of mathematical models to design and evaluate regional water supply and treatment systems. Engineering and economic methods are incorporated into quantitative analyses of regional scenarios. Social and political aspects also discussed. Three lecture hours per week.

ENVR 756 Physical/Chemical Treatment Processes
Syllabus: http://sph.unc.edu/files/2013/07/7562.doc
ENVR 759 Multiphase Transport Phenomena
Syllabus: http://sph.unc.edu/files/2013/07/759.pdf
ENVR 761 Numerical ODE/PDE, I
Semesters Offered: Fall | 3 Credit Hours | Syllabus: http://www.amath.unc.edu/Grads/gradcourses/math221.html

Prerequisites, MATH 661 and 662. Single, multistep methods for ODEs: stability regions, the root condition; stiff systems, backward difference formulas; two-point BVPs; stability theory; finite difference methods for linear advection diffusion equations.

ENVR 762 Numerical ODE/PDE II (MATH 762) (MASC 782)
Semesters Offered: Fall | Syllabus: http://www.amath.unc.edu/Grads/gradcourses/math222.html
ENVR 763 Mathematical Modeling I
Semesters Offered: Fall | 3 Credit Hours | Syllabus: http://www.amath.unc.edu/Grads/gradcourses/math228.html

Prerequisites, MATH 661, 662, 668, and 669. Nondimensionalization and identification of leading order physical effects with respect to relevant scales and phenomena; derivation of classical models of fluid mechanics (lubrication, slender filament, thin films, Stokes flow); derivation of weakly nonlinear envelope equations. Fall.

ENVR 764 Mathematical Modeling II (MATH 769) (MASC 784)
Semesters Offered: Spring | Syllabus: http://www.amath.unc.edu/Grads/gradcourses/math229.html
ENVR 765 Model-Based Exposure Mapping and Risk Assessment
Semesters Offered: Spring | Syllabus: http://www.unc.edu/~mserre/teaching/ENVR765syllabusGeneric.htm
ENVR 767 Modeling for Environmental Risk
Semesters Offered: Fall
ENVR 768 Microenvironment Air Flow Modeling
Semesters Offered: Fall | Syllabus: http://sph.unc.edu/files/2013/07/768.doc
ENVR 769 Quantitative Methods for Exposure Science
Semesters Offered: Spring | Syllabus: http://sph.unc.edu/files/2013/07/769.doc
ENVR 770 Biological Monitoring
Semesters Offered: Spring | Syllabus: http://sph.unc.edu/files/2013/07/704241888_sy_envr770_20122.pdf
ENVR 771 Exposure Analysis
Semesters Offered: Fall
ENVR 773 Modeling Atmospheric Chemistry
Semesters Offered: Spring (odd years) | Syllabus: http://sph.unc.edu/files/2013/07/7731.pdf
ENVR 781 Water Resources Policy and Planning
Semesters Offered: Spring | Syllabus: http://sph.unc.edu/files/2013/07/781.doc
ENVR 783 Setting Environmental Priorities
Semesters Offered: Fall
ENVR 785 Public Investment Theory (PLAN 785) (PLCY 785)
Semesters Offered: Spring | Syllabus: http://sph.unc.edu/files/2013/07/7851.pdf
ENVR 850 Surface Water Quality: Modeling and Policy
Semesters Offered: Spring (even years) | Syllabus: http://www.unc.edu/~charack/envr_285.html
ENVR 890 Water, Sanitation, Hygiene and Global Health
Semesters Offered: Spring | 1‑21 Credit Hours | Syllabus: http://sph.unc.edu/files/2013/07/890_010.doc
This course is global.

Permission of the department. For students outside the department who wish to undertake individual study of a specific problem in environmental sciences and engineering. The subject and requirements of the project are arranged with the faculty in each individual instance. One or more hours per week.

ENVR 981 Environmental Sciences Practicum
Semesters Offered: Summer | 1‑9 Credit Hours

A practical experience in public health/environmental health sciences.

ENVR 991 Research in Environmental Sciences and Engineering
Semesters Offered: Fall
Summer, pending departmental review.
| 1‑9 Credit Hours

Consultation with the faculty and approval of subject and proposed program required. Permission of the instructor. May be repeated. Hours and credits to be arranged.

ENVR 992 Master's Technical Report
Semesters Offered: Spring
Fall rarely
| 3‑6 Credit Hours

The technical report requirement for M.S.P.H., M.P.H., and M.S.E.E. candidates is satisfied by the extensive study of a problem in environmental sciences and engineering.

ENVR 993 Master's Thesis
Semesters Offered: Spring | 3‑9 Credit Hours
ENVR 994 Doctoral Dissertation
Semesters Offered: Spring | 3‑9 Credit Hours

 
Syllabus Course # Course Title Faculty Semester
link 230 Environmental Health Issues Ball Fall
link 400 Seminar Series Weinberg Fall/Spring
link 403 Environmental Chemistry Processes (ENST 403) Surratt Spring
link 411 Laboratory Techniques and Field Measurements Nylander-French, Weinberg, Whalen Fall
link 412 Ecological Microbiology Stewart Spring
link 413 Limnology Whalen Fall
link 416 Aerosol Physics and Chemistry Surratt Fall
link 417 Oceanography Teske Fall
link 419 Chemical Equilibria in Natural Waters Staff Fall
link 421 Environmental Health Microbiology Sobsey Spring
link 423 Industrial Medicine and Toxicology Stopford, Randolph Spring
link 430 Health Effects of Environmental Agents Ball Fall
link 431 EHS Techniques Ball Fall
link 432 Occupational Safety and Ergonomics Wallace Fall
link 433 Health Hazards of Industrial Operations Flynn Spring
link 442 Biochemical and Molecular Toxicology (BIOC 442) (TOXC 442) Rusyn Spring
link 451 Elements of Chemical Reactor Engineering Vizuete Fall
link 453 Groundwater Hydrology Miller Fall
link 468 Advanced Functions of Temporal GIS Serre Fall
link 470 Environmental Risk Assessment MacDonald Gibson Spring
  471 Quantitative Risk Assessment in Environmental Health Microbiology Sobsey Spring
  514 Measurement of NOx, O3, and Volatile Organic Compounds Sexton Spring
link 516 Aerosol Science Laboratory Leith Fall
link 570 Methods of Environmental Decision Analysis MacDonald Fall
link 585 American Environmental Policy Andrews Fall
  593 Undergraduate Practicum in Environmental Health Sciences Various Fall/Spring
link 600 Environmental Health (in-classroom) Ball Fall
link 600 Environmental Health (online) Woods Fall/Spring
  601 Epidemiology for Environmental Scientists and Engineers Fry, Spring
link 611 Scientific Computation I Huang Fall
link 630 Systems Biology in Environmental Health Fry Spring
link 640 Environmental Exposure Assessment Pleil Fall
  666 Numerical Methods Miller Fall
  671 Environmental Physics I Miller/Gray Fall
  672 Environmental Physics II Miller/Gray Spring
  685 Water and Sanitation Policy in Lesser Developed Countries Whittington Spring
  691 Undergraduate Research Various Fall/Spring
link 707 Advanced Toxicology Swenberg Fall
link 710 Environmental Process Biotechnology Aitken Spring
link 722 Toxicology Seminar Rusyn Fall/Spring
link 724 Current Topics in Environmental Analytical Chemistry Weinberg Fall
link 725 Environmental Physical-Organic Chemistry Staff Spring
link 726 Instrumental Methods for the Chemical Analysis of Environmental Samples Weinberg Spring
link 727 Chemistry of Humic Substances Staff Fall
link 740 Principles of Chemical Carcinogenesis Gold Spring
link 732 Health Effects of Outdoor and Indoor Air Pollution. An Integrated Interdisciplinary Approach Hazucha Fall
link 750 Principles of Industrial Ventilation Flynn Fall
  751 Ventilation Design Problem Flynn Fall
link 754 Air Pollution Control Leith Spring
link 755 Analysis of Water Resource Systems Characklis Spring
link 756 Physical/Chemical Treatment Processes Coronell Spring
link 759 Multiphase Transport Phenomena Miller Fall
  761 Numerical ODE/PDE, I Miller Fall
  762 Numerical ODE/PDE II (MATH 762) (MASC 782) Miller Fall
  763 Mathematical Modeling I Miller Fall
  764 Mathematical Modeling II (MATH 769) (MASC 784) Miller Spring
link 765 Model-Based Exposure Mapping and Risk Assessment Serre Spring
  767 Modeling for Environmental Risk Staff Fall
link 768 Microenvironment Air Flow Modeling Flynn Fall
link 769 Quantitative Methods for Exposure Science Pleil, Sobus Spring
link 770 Biological Monitoring Nylander-French Spring
  771 Exposure Analysis Flynn Fall
link 773 Modeling Atmospheric Chemistry Vizuete Spring
(odd Years)
link 781 Water Resources Policy and Planning Moreau Spring
  783 Setting Environmental Priorities Characklis Fall
link 785 Public Investment Theory (PLAN 785) (PLCY 785) Whittington Spring
link 850 Surface Water Quality: Modeling and Policy Characklis Spring
(even years)
link 890 Water, Sanitation, Hygiene and Global Health Bartram/Sobsey Spring
link 890 Communicating Science to Diverse Audiences K. Gray/Yelton Spring
link 890 Air Quality and Atmospheric Sciences Seminar Surratt/Vizuete/West Fall

 


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