ENSC418: Environmental Hydrology and Remediation

Course Description

This course examines how fundamental physical principles governing surface and ground water movement affect the fate and transport of pollutants, and the techniques that can be used to characterize and remediate contaminated waters. This course also examines the use of planning techniques for minimizing pollution threat to drinking water sources and the aquatic environment. Situational assignments are given to examine the ability of learners to apply these principles.

Course Credits

  • 3.00