ATM 149 and CEE 149. Introduction to Air Pollution (4)
Lecture--3 hours; discussion--1 hour. Prerequisite: Mathematics 21D, 22B, Chemistry 2B, Atmospheric Science
121A or Engineering 103. Physical and technical aspects of air pollution. Emphasis on geophysical processes
and air pollution meteorology as well as physical and chemical properties of pollutants.
CEE 241. Air Quality Modeling (3)
Lecture--3 hours. Prerequisite: structured programming language (FORTRAN or C), Applied Science Engineering
115, courses 149 and 150, and one of 242 or 247, or the equivalents. Modeling of urban and regional air quality
problems including gas-phase chemical reactions, aqueous-phase chemical reactions, phase partitioning, and
numerical solution schemes.
CEE 242. Air Quality (3)
Lecture--3 hours. Prerequisite: Engineering 105, courses 141 and 149, or the equivalents. Factors determining
air quality. Effects of air pollutants. Physical and chemical fundamentals of atmospheric transport and reaction.
Introduction to dispersion modeling.
CEE 247. Aerosols (3)
Lecture--3 hours. Prerequisite: Engineering 103, 105, courses 141 and 149. Behavior of airborne particles
including formation, modification, and removal processes.
CEE 247L. Aerosols Laboratory (3)
Lecture--1 hour; laboratory--6 hours. Prerequisite: course 247. Laboratory exercises designed to familiarize
student with methods of generation and characterization of aerosols.
ATM 120. Atmospheric Thermodynamics and Cloud Physics (4)
Lecture--3 hours, extensive problem solving. Prerequisite: Mathematics 21C, Physics 9B, course 60 (may be
taken concurrently). Atmospheric composition and structure, thermodynamics of atmospheric gases, thermal
properties of dry and moist air, atmospheric stability; cloud nucleation, cloud growth by condensation and
collision, cloud models.