Air Pollution Physics and Chemistry

Course Number: 
EAS6790
Hours - Total: 
3.00
Hours - Lecture: 
3.00
Research Topics: 
Atmospheric Chemistry, Aerosols & Clouds

This course is a graduate level introduction to air pollutants, and in particular their atmospheric dynamics and impacts. The student, upon completion of this course, should have a knowledge of which air pollutants are of concern, their source, fate, atmospheric transport and transformation and policies developed to help manage the problem. Topics include: air pollutants of interest, air pollution impacts, sources of air pollutants, atmospheric transport (including dispersion and deposition), atmospheric chemistry, aerosol dynamics, control strategy development and air pollution management. Cross listed with CEE 6790.