BC3012: Brownfields | S. Rodriguez

Earth and Environmental Sciences
Undergraduate Workshop
Tu Th 10:10-11:25AM

Brownfields considers interconnections between groundwater contamination, toxics, human health, government, economics, and law using the award-winning interactive learning simulation Brownfield Action. Through a semester-long, laboratory exploration of a simulated brownfield, students engage in an environmental site assessment and development of a plan for remediation and revitalization.

Prerequisites: One college-level science course or permission of the instructor. Anyone who has taken BC1002 Introduction to Environmental Science cannot take this course.

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