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1 of 2 SYLLABUS GEOGRAPHY/ENV. STUDIES 162A: WATER QUALITY University of California at Santa Barbara Spring Quarter 2009 Enrollment code : Lecture 162A; Laboratory 162AL Instructor : Hugo A. Loáiciga (Enrollment Code 06); email = [email protected] ; Web site: http://www.geog.ucsb.edu/~hugo Office : 5712 Ellison Hall Office hours : Tuesday, 11 am- 12 noon; Thursday: 11 am –12 noon, or by appointment Teaching Assistant : Elizabeth Garcia [email protected] Office hours : Monday, Wednesday 2-3 pm Room 3610 Ellison Hall Lecture: 8:00-9:15 am Room Girvetz 2128 Laboratory : see Rules and Regulations 5 and 6 Textbook : Water Quality, by Tchobanoglous and Schroeder, UCSB’s bookstore; 162A reader at Grafikart in Isla Vista; one copy of the textbook and Reader in the Reserve Book Room (RBR, Davidson Library) Prerequisites : a foundation in chemistry, biology, and hydrology is desirable. Course objectives: to conduct a comprehensive review of the physical, chemical, and biological characteristics of surface waters and ground waters; learn ways to improve drinking water quality; study the treatment and management of chemically and biologically polluted waters.
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