Location: Monash University

Venue: Building 28 (9 Rainforest Walk), Room G60

This course will cover a variety of aspects of environmental geochemistry, including equilibrium processes (thermodynamics, solubility, mineral precipitation, redox reactions), kinetics and rates of reactions, application of geochemical and isotopic tracers to understanding environmental processes, and environmental mineralogy. Applications will include hydrology and hydrogeology, contaminants, weathering and CO2 sequestration, and acid-mine drainage. The course will develop the geochemical tools required to understand processes in these environments. It follows on and develops concepts taught in the Advanced Hydrogeology (HYA) course.

Dates 19-23 June 2017

Location: Monash University, Building 28 (9 Rainforest Walk), Room G60

Start Time: 9:30 am

Finish: 5 pm (latest)

Further course and assessment information can be found at: https://handbook.unimelb.edu.au/subjects/erth90029