ESCI 310 Methods in Environmental Analysis

Methods common to environmental sciences emphasizing laboratory and field measurement techniques. In the laboratory, wet chemical and electrochemical techniques; methods of trace pollutant analysis; bioassays; BOD measurements, etc., will be studied. Field studies will include classical techniques such as dissolved oxygen and Secchi disk measurements, as well as more recent assessment methods such as terrain conductivity and macroinvertebrate studies. Combination lecture/laboratory.



GEO 165 and GEO 169 and BIOL 133 and BIOL 134 and STAT 250 and CHEM 225* and CHEM 215*


CHEM 215 or CHEM 225

Cross Listed Courses

* Indicates that the course can be taken in the same semester