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lecture 1 chem - ASET A601 Aquatic Process Chemistry Fall...

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Unformatted text preview: ASET A601 Aquatic Process Chemistry Fall 2011 Aaron Dotson Assistant Professor Civil Engineering addotson@uaa.alaska.edu, ENGR 208 Todays Lecture (Part 1) & What are you going to learn this semester? & Why would you want to learn this? & Students & Instructor & Course & Laboratory & Fill out student profiles & last page of handout What if someone asks you & Whats the pH of this stream after the addition of this acid mine drainage? What if someone asks you & Why is this lake in northeastern Boulder burping hydrogen sulfide? What if someone asks you & Will mercury ions (Hg 2+ ) deposited from the atmosphere get converted into methylmercury (CH 3 Hg) and taken up by organisms in the Everglades? What if someone asks you & How to spell caught? What if someone asks you & Want to buy this bottle of water for $18? http://www.crystalglacierwater.com/ Students & 14 students & AEST (8) & CE (1) & Engineering (1) & Science Management (1) & Non Degree (3) About me & education & B.S., Civil Engineering, University of Arizona & M.S.E. & Ph.D., Civil and Environmental Engineering, Arizona State University & professional & Technician/Project Engineer, Malcolm Pirnie Inc. (98-05) & Research Assistant, Arizona State University (06-08) & Research Associate, University of Colorado-Boulder (08-10) & Assistant Professor, Civil Engineering, University of Alaska- Anchorage (December 2011 - Present) & Professional Engineer - Arizona (Civil Engineering) More about me & teaching & Fluid Mechanics (ES A341 and ES A341L) & Fundamentals of Environmental Engineering and Science & (Upcoming updating for Fall 2012) & Aquatic Process Chemistry (AEST A601) & Chem. & Phys. Treatment of Water & Wastewater (CE A605) & Advanced Unit Processes (NEW 12/13) & DOM in the Natural & Engineered Env. (NEW 12/13) What do I do for fun? Research? Complexity of Water & Drinking Water & Wastewater Treatment & Conventional, innovative & advanced unit processes & New analytical techniques & Dissolved organic matter & Natural and transformed dissolved organic matter & Algal blooms/biodegradation & Photolysis & Sorption & Human derived compounds Currently funded research & Fate of metals of concern in the Girdwood WWTF and in Glacier Creek & Anchorage Water and Wastewater Utility & Fully Funded Masters Student Cait Rodriguez & Visible LED sensitized photocatalytic degradation of organic pollutants in water & UAA Faculty Development Grant & Undergraduate researcher Gwyn Francis & Application of high pressure ceramic membranes for separation of stick water produced from fish processing & USDA ARS (Kodiak Fish Tech. Institute) & Personal research possibly student funding What about you? Who are you?...
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