Environmental Chemistry

Chem 332 - Great Lakes - SUmmer Session II


Principles, analysis, and impact of chemical movement and distribution - both natural and human-induced - in natural environments focusing primarily on the hydrosphere and atmosphere. Sampling and analytical methods are included for water, soil, and air. Work is conducted both on site in natural habitats and the laboratory. Prerequisite: one year of general chemistry and one semester of either biochemistry or organic chemistry. (4 credits)


Professor: Dr. Scott Carr

Meets: Wednesday & Friday


Field Experiences

Lake, River & Bog Sampling

Water & Wastewater Treatment Plants

Shale Pit (Geological and Chemical Analysis)

Certified Environment Testing Lab Visit

Superfund Sites