Teaching

CEE561L/ENV542L Environmental Aquatic Chemistry

graduate level (Fall)Nat and Trevor inspect the dam system

Course bulletin description: Principles of chemical equilibria and kinetics applied to quantitative chemical description of natural and engineered aquatic systems. Topics include acid/base equilibrium, the carbonate system, metal complexation, oxidation/reduction reactions, precipitation/dissolution of minerals, and surface adsorption. 

 

CEE461L Chemical Principles in Environmental Engineering

undergraduate level (Fall)

CE120/242 class field tripCourse bulletin description: Fundamentals of chemistry as applied in environmental engineering processes. Chemistry topics include acid-base equilibrium, the carbonate system, mineral surface interactions, redox reactions, and organic chemistry. Applied environmental systems include water treatment, soil remediation, outdoor air pollution and green engineering. 

 

Syllabus: Fall 2014

 

 

CEE/ENV 666 Aquatic Geochemistry

graduate level (Spring)

SEM image of coal ash from Emory RiverCourse bulletin description:Geochemistry of the water-solid interface of soils and particles in environmental systems. Topics will cover the chemical composition of soils, geochemical speciation, mineral weathering and stability, sorption and ion exchange, soil redox processes, and chemical kinetical at environmental surfaces.

Syllabus: Spring 2017