|Year 2000 Lecture Schedule and Notes|
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Jan. 11. Pollution and public perception.
Jan. 13. Science and the tragedy of the commons.
Jan. 18. People, population, and environment.
Jan. 20. An inventory of pollutants.
Jan. 25. Long range transport of air pollutants.
Jan. 27. Acid precipitation - What goes up, must come down.
Feb. 1. Acid precipitation - Effects on vegetation.
Feb. 3. Metals in the environment.
Feb. 8. Ozone, the ups and downs of a simple molecule.
Feb. 10. Ozone, the ups and downs of a simple molecule.
Feb. 15. The complexity of combined pollutants.
Feb 17. Mid-Term Exam I.
Feb. 22. Reading week, no classes.
Feb. 24. Reading week, no classes.
Feb. 29. Review of Mid Term I.
Mar. 2. Global climate change and the enhanced greenhouse effect.
Mar. 7. Global climate change and the enhanced greenhouse effect.
Mar. 9. Climate change in Canada.
Mar. 14. Ocean pollution and biomagnification.
Mar. 16. Pollution of fresh and ground water.
Mar. 21. Bioremediation.
Mar. 23. Mid Term Exam II.
Mar. 28. Review of Mid Term II and setup for GCC summit.
Mar. 30. The GCC summit
Apr. 4. Pollution and economics.
Apr. 6. Pollution and the law.
Apr. 11. Pollution and politics.
Last updated on January 2, 2000.