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SWS - Welcome to Soils in the Environment SWS 3022 Dr James...

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Welcome to Soils in the Environment SWS 3022
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Dr. James Bonczek G169 McCarty Hall A [email protected] University of Florida Graduate
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Teaching Assistant: Jared Sweat E-mail: [email protected] Office: G183A McCarty Hall A Office Hours: M,W,F after class E-learning address: http://lss.at.ufl.edu
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Syllabus Course Objective: To attempt to directly serve the academic or professional needs and goals of the students. To acquaint students with the importance of soils to humans and the environment through study of their morphology, physical and chemical properties, their distribution, and their biological significance.
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Grading Point Distribution Exam I 200 points Exam II 200 points Exam III 200 points Exam IV 200 points Lecture Questions 100 points Homework 100 points Total 1000 points
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Homework I Submit a COLOR photocopy of your UFID Conceal your UFID number Submit on 1/3 sheet of paper Due Monday, January 11 th
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Management of Nutrients, Pesticides, and Wastes Remediation of contaminated soils, waters and aquifers
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