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CEE 275C: Water, Sanitation and Health

Students acquire basic knowledge to participate in a dialogue on water, sanitation and health issues in developing and developed countries. The focus is on enteric pathogenic pollutants. Material includes: Important pathogens, their modes of transmission and the diseases they cause, their fate and transport in the environment, and the means by which they are measured; statistical methods for processing and interpreting waterborne pollutant concentrations, and interpreting data from epidemiology studies; microbial source tracking; epidemiology and quantitative microbial risk assessment; reduction of pathogens in water and sludge; and non-experimental water, sanitation, and hygiene research. Several laboratory sessions will allow students to measure indicator bacteria and viruses using culture-based techniques and expose students to molecular methods for measuring health-relevant targets in water.
Terms: not given this year | Units: 1-4 | Grading: Letter or Credit/No Credit
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