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ENVS 376 Environmental and Ecological Remediation 3.0 Credits

Many sites have been contaminated by past activities, including both intentional and accidental releases of chemicals and toxic wastes. As such, these sites are generally assessed and characterized for risk and health hazards of contaminants to both humans and the environment. This course examines legislative/regulatory mechanisms and strategies for the ‘clean-up’ and remediation of sites for future safe utilization.

College/Department: College of Arts and Sciences
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: ENVS 372 [Min Grade: D]

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