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ESM222L1 - ESM 222L Laboratory in Fate and Transport of...

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ESM 222L Laboratory in Fate and Transport of Pollutants Monday 12:25 – 2:15 pm, Bren Hall 1027 Instructor: Arturo Keller, keller@bren.ucsb.edu TA: Kristin Clark, kclark@bren.ucsb.edu, BH 2324 Office Hours: by email appointment Experiments 1. Lab Tour and Safety Video (no lab report…) 2. Measuring Physicochemical Properties 3. Measuring Equilibrium Distribution 4. Modeling Equilibrium Distribution 5. No lab (midterm) 6. Measuring Advection and Dispersion 7. Air Quality Modeling 8. Modeling Fate and Transport Requirements: Each team needs to have a dedicated laboratory notebook. Bring a calculator to the lab sessions, and read the lab exercises in advance so that you are prepared. Goals of the course: 1) To gain firsthand experience with environmental fate and transport measurements and assessment; 2) Contaminant fate and transport variables will be measured, evaluated, and used for determining where contaminants released to the environment will eventually reside, and whether they will degrade; 3) Critical environmental media parameters will be studied and the student will learn about specific measurement techniques, experimental observations and their ramifications, as well as method precision, and accuracy.
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Lab reports: A portion of your grade (20%) in this course will be based on your lab reports. Each report should be formatted with the following
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This note was uploaded on 08/06/2008 for the course ESM 222 taught by Professor Keller during the Spring '08 term at UCSB.

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