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Unformatted text preview: 11:375:101 Introduction to Environmental Science Fall 2011, Section 01, index no. 20966, 3 credits Time: Monday and Wednesday, 5 th period, 3:55 p.m. to 5:15 p.m. Place: Room 022, Loree Hall, Cook/Douglass Campus Course Website: ecollege.rutgers.edu Instructors: Dr. Craig Phelps, 732-932-9800 x6224 (Coordinator) Environmental & Natural Resource Sciences Bldg. (ENR), Room 236 e-mail: phelps@envsci.rutgers.edu Office Hours: Tuesday and Thursday, 4:00 5:00 p.m.; and by appointment Dr. Peter F. Strom, 732-932-9800 x 6216 Environmental & Natural Resource Sciences Bldg. (ENR), Room 228 e-mail: strom@aesop.rutgers.edu Office Hours: Tuesday and Wednesday, 2:00 - 3:00 pm; and by appointment (or drop by any time - at own risk) Dr. Craig Phelps (Professor and Class Coordinator) Phone: 732-932-9800 x6224 e-mail: phelps@envsci.rutgers.edu Environmental & Natural Resource Sciences Bldg. (ENR), Room 236 Teaches Environmental Microbiology Lab Specialty: biodegradation and bioremediation of contaminants; microbial source tracking Instructors Dr. Peter F. Strom (Professor of Environmental Science) Phone: 732-932-9800 ext. 6216 e-mail: strom@aesop.rutgers.edu Environmental & Natural Resource Sciences Bldg. (ENR),Room 228 Co-teach: 11-375:201 Biological Principles of Environmental Science Teach: Hazardous Wastes, Hazardous Waste Management, Biological Waste Treatment Specialty: Biological Waste Treatment (wastewater, composting, bioremediation of hazardous sites, biofiltration of contaminated air, pollution control on Mars) Assistant, Coordinator of Volunteers, and Grader: TBA Note : For e-mails to all of us, please include ES101 in the subject line. Use your eden account if possible (so spam filter wont catch you). Textbook Environment: The Science behind the Stories , 4 th Ed....
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