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Environmental Physics: Course Outline (PH-615)

Environmental Physics, as its name implies, is the application of the principles of physics to problems in the natural environment.

Course Outline

  • Structure and composition of the Atmosphere.
  • Solar Radiation and the atmosphere.
  • Winds in the atmosphere.
  • The hydrosphere.
  • The ground (soil).
  • Physical behavior of soil water system.
  • Soil mechanics.
  • Energy and the environment.
  • Sound and noise.
  • Atmospheric pollution due to nuclear radiations.
  • Non-radioactive Atmospheric pollution.
  • Climatology and measurements of climate factor.
  • Environmental spectroscopy.

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