EG 360 Environmental Impact in Engineering
F1OO 2006 WO
Lloyd, Glenn D.
BS Civil Engineering , University of Connecticut 1970MS Civil Engineering, University of Wyoming 1977ABD Enginnering Management, University of Missouri Rolla 1996
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August 21 to Oct 14, 2006
5:00 - 10:20 PM
Nathananson, J. A. (2003). Basic Environmental Technology (4th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice-Hall Publishers. ISBN: 0-13-093085-7
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Additional Resources: handouts provided by instructor
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Course includes legal and administrative activities leading toward improved environmental management and responsibility of engineers. National Environmental Policy Act and court decision implications, and preparation and processing of environmental impact statements. 3:0:3
The student is expected to gain an understanding of the major federal environmental legislation and the fundaments of evaluating environmental impact analysis. Technology that supports good environmental stewardship and adherence to established standards will be emphasized. The student will develop an appreciation for the complex nature of the environmental impacts on engineering projects.
Give a man a fish, and he ests for one day:
teach an man to fish, and he can feed himself forever !
Learning Outcomes: Core Learning Outcomes Instructor Learning Outcomes
Link to Class RubricClass Assessment:
Each student is responsible to read the assigned text prior to class and do the assigned practical exercises. Homework assigned at class # 1 is due at class # 2, etc. Homework must be turned in on "engineer paper", one sided and stabled. Moreover, each student is expected to participate in classroom discussions, turn in a draft, project report, and present that project. Also, each student is expected to participate in the field trip (or alternate assignment) and pass the final examination.
Final Examination 30 %
Homework and In-class Exercises 20 %
Project 15 %
Field Trip 15%
Pop Quizzes 15%
Class Participation _5%
Late Submission of Course Materials:
late home work is accepted, but points will be duducted.
Late quizes will be counted as zeros.
Failure to do an acceptable project or turn in an acceptable trip report is an automatic course grade of "F
Classroom Rules of Conduct: standard Park University and Fort Leonard Wood rules apply. please turn cell pones off or to vibrate.
Basic concepts, hydraulics,hydrology
Q ch1:2,15,22,28 P: ch 2:1,4,7,13,18,25 P; ch 3:2,3,6,8,9,11 prepared project proposal
Water quality, water pollution Drinking water and water distribution
( Written draft project proposal due, topic and brief description)
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Attendance Policy:Instructors are required to maintain attendance records and to report absences via the online attendance reporting system.
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Last Updated:7/10/2006 1:41:57 PM