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View Resource Atomic Spectroscopy in a Project-Based Lab

This article, published in the "ABCs of Teaching Analytical Science" series of the journal Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry, describes a project-based lab in which students investigate the distribution of Pb and As (from pesticides) in a contaminated apple orchard. Students have complete control of the lab, from designing a sampling strategy to using the primary literature to develop...

View Resource Integration of Environmental Analytical Chemistry with Environmental Law: The Development of a Problem-Based Laboratory

This paper, published and made available online by the Journal of Chemical Education, is well written, generously referenced and will serve as an excellent reference for anyone interested in adapting and implementing a problem-based approach to an upper-level environmental analysis laboratory emphasizing QC/QA and performance-based analytical methods. The paper may be downloaded in PDF format.

View Resource Environmental Chemistry Library

This is an "everything" site for the teaching of environmental chemistry. The site contains some unique case studies, a list of textbooks, lab and modeling activities and other educational content. The content is still in development, but the material provided would be helpful in developing a unit or course on environmental chemistry.

View Resource MIT OpenCourseWare: Transport Processes in the Environment, Fall 2004

Part of MIT's innovative OpenCourseWare Project, that provides materials from MIT classes to the public on the web, the site outlines a class on the physical processes by which materials, such as pollutants, are transported in the environment. The course focuses primarily on transport through water. The site provides a syllabus, calendar, lecture notes, homework assignments, and links to...

View Resource Chemists Celebrate Earth Day

The American Chemical Society discusses how chemists are celebrating Earth Day this year. Users can learn how to take part in the 2004 Unifying Event - Testing the pH of Rain Water. Kindergarten through twelfth graders can find out about the music video contest where they are asked to illustrate contributions chemists have made to water chemistry and the environment. Educators can find numerous...

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