Key principles of experimental geosciences with an overview of experimental apparatus and analytical devices used for experimental environmental geoscience; Case studies will cover (1) rock-mineral-fluid interactions due to use of the geological subsurface for thermal, electical or material energy storage, (2) mineral-forming processes at near-surface conditions, e.g., in the oxidation zones of sulfide ore deposits and during weathering of technological waste, (3) applied geosciences, and (4) tailored geomaterials. Prereq: EPSc 352 or permission of instructor.
Course Attributes: FA NSMAR NSMAS NSM
Section 01Environmental Mineralogy
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