Instructor(s): Steve Comfort
Number of Credit Hours: 3
Description: Chemical and physical processes that influence the fate and transport of contaminants (inorganic, organic, microbial) in soil-water environments. Extent, fate, mitigation and impact of various sources of pollution. Remedial technologies used for environmental restoration of contaminated environments.
Prerequisites: Admission to the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Successful completion of AGRO/HORT/SOIL 153; MATH 102 or 103; two semesters of chemistry (CHEM 105, 106, or CHEM 109, 100) and WATS/GEOG/NRES 281
Course Requirements & Materials:
- Technical Requirements: Access to high-speed Internet and email with up-to-date browsers and the ability to view videos (recommended browsers are Firefox, Chrome, and Safari)
- Textbooks: No textbooks required. All course materials are online in Canvas.
This Course is Ideal For…
- Undergraduate students preparing for more intensive/specialized study
- Agribusiness professionals engaged in marketing, sales or training
- Extension educations, agents and specialists
- Science and agriculture/vocational education teachers
- Anyone interested in the interaction between soil, water, and the environment