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CEE 4530 Laboratory Research in Environmental Engineering

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  • Instructor: Monroe Weber-Shirk
  • Dept: Civil and Environmental Engineering
  • Title: Senior Lecturer
  • Address: 265 Hollister
  • Phone: 607 216 -8445
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Lecture: MF 1:25-2:15 HLS 312
Lab: W 1:25-4:25 HLS 150

Spring. 3 credits.


Prerequisite: CEE 3510 or permission of instructor. Offered alternate years.


Laboratory investigations of reactor flow characteristics; acid rain/lake chemistry; contaminated soil-site assessment and remediation; and wastewater treatment.
Outcome 1: Explore current environmental issues through laboratory experiments and computational simulations that provide a hands-on context for teaching fundamental theories and analytical techniques.
Outcome 2: Develop problem-solving and laboratory skills using modern instrumentation and computational simulation models.
Outcome 3: Become familiar with the limitations of real-world laboratory data
Outcome 4: Develop ability to work effectively in teams.
Outcome 5: Effectively deliver results in written reports.

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