RRM-2281 Water Quality

3.0 credits

This course covers water quality parameters specific to several end uses. Causes and sources of inorganic and organic pollution are discussed. Laboratory skills include appropriate sampling procedures and specific analytical methods required for monitoring physical (sediment), chemical and biological/microbiological parameters that affect water quality. Characteristics of normal healthy lakes, streams, rivers and groundwater sources are discussed along with water treatment methods used to mitigate quality degradation. Not available for supplemental.

Equivalencies: RRM-281.

Corequisites: 
RRM-2281L

Request Information

Academic Calendar 2014-15

For up-to-date information, please download our latest Academic Calendar:
 

Related Videos

Plant Taxonomy Range And Forestry Lab
Flume Lab
Environmental Science Warehouse
Chemistry Lab
Surveying
Equipment Room
Research Chemistry Lab
Rangeland Habitat Management
Necropsy Lab
Wildlife Lab
Environmental Science Wing
Fish Lab