EESC BC 1002y Environmental Science II
Interdisciplinary, integrated study of groundwater, radionuclides, toxics,
and human health in the context of a semester-long, detailed exploration of a
brownfield, a contaminated aquifer, and its impact on a local community using
the award-winning Brownfield Action simulation. Includes a reading of
Jonathan Harr's A Civil Action and Rachel Carson's Silent
Spring. - P. Bower
Prerequisites: Prerequisites: Enrollment limited. BC1001. Course is not required for an environmental policy major. Laboratory fee $30. Students must enroll in the corresponding lab course, EESC BC1012, to receive credit. Lab Required.