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Greensheet_SPR10 - San Jos State University Meteorology Met...

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San José State University Meteorology Met 113, Atmospheric Pollution, Spring 2010 Instructor: Dr Marty Leach Office Location: DH 618 Telephone: 510-825-2286 Email: mleach.sjsu@gmail.com Office Hours: TR 1215-1315 or by appointment Class Days/Time: TR 1330-1445 Classroom: DH 515 Course Description Descriptive discussion of the sources, effects and fates of pollutants in the  atmosphere. Interaction of pollutants and weather systems, including acid  precipitation, ozone destruction; climate change; air pollution policy and  regulations. Prerequisite: Completion of core GE, satisfaction of Writing Skills Test  and upper division standing. For students who began continuous enrollment at a  CCC or a CSU in Fall 2005 or later, completion of, or corequisite in a 100W course is  required. Course Name, Number, Semester, and Year Page 1 of 4
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Course Content Learning Outcomes At the end of the semester, you will know The sources of Air Pollution How the wind transports air pollution How the sun affects air pollution Effects of air pollution What is the ozone hole What is global warming What is acid rain Required Texts/Readings Textbook Turco, Richard P., “Earth Under Siege : From Air Pollution to Global Change ”, 2 nd Edition, Oxford University Press, 2002 Specific reading assignments from the text will be assigned during class meetings. Other Readings
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