Atmospheric Pollution and Dispersion Modeling
Atmospheric Pollution and Dispersion Modeling (Environmental Engineering and Technology Course Series)
North York College of Information and Technology (NYCIT) is a registered private career college, offering engineering and technical training courses in Toronto.
You will learn:
Introduction to Atmospheric Chemistry, Dynamics of Single Aerosols, Atmospheric Diffusion, Atmospheric Chemical Transport Models, and Statistical Models.
8 hours (Monday and Tuesday 5:30 pm to 9:30 pm)
Who Should Attend:
The course provides substantial technical details and it is designed for technical personnel, all engineering disciplines including Civil Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Biochemical Engineering, consulting and engineering staff, environmental engineers, environmental technicians, and scientists.
- Atmosphere Trace Constituents
- Dynamics of Aerosols
- Atmospheric Diffusion
- Atmospheric Chemical Transport Models
- Statistical Models
NOTE: Students who successfully accomplish the final project will receive an official certificate of completion.
You will also receive a free course manual upon registration (in the beginning of class).
Register as a group of three or more & receive 10% discount.
visit us at: www.nycollege.ca
Phone: 416-441-2900 , 647-834-7524
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