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of potential interest (extra credit):
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Phones: (206) 685-2679; (206) 543-0164
Offices: Rooms 302/306 in the Atmospheric Sciences Building
Office hours: Wed. 1-3 pm (Lyatt Jaeglé), Fri. 1-3pm (Becky Alexander) or by appointment
course is an introduction to air pollution on local, regional, and
scales. We will focus on the sources,
transformation, and dispersion of pollutants responsible for urban
rain, climate change and the stratospheric ozone hole.
We will examine the health and environmental
effects of air pollutants, as well as current (or potential)
solutions and international policy regulations.
See the syllabus for a more detailed description.
the instructors at:email@example.com & firstname.lastname@example.org