Department of Geosciences
North Dakota State University
Welcome to the homepage for Geochemistry 428/628 at North Dakota State University!
Web-phreeeq, a web-accessible interface which allows you to model aqueous speciation using PHREEQC is available here (see below).
This course is being taught Fall Semester, 2012.
Who should take this course:
- anyone interested in environmental science
- geology juniors or seniors interested in ground water or environmental geology;
- soil science seniors and graduate students;
- chemistry juniors or seniors interested in analytical or environmental chemistry;
chemistry graduate students with inorganic or analytical program emphasis;
- civil engineering seniors or graduate students with a sanitary engineering emphasis;
biology/zoology seniors/ grad students interested in environmental science careers
- review of solubility, acid/base and electrochemical concepts;
- aqueous geochemistry and solid-water interactions with an emphasis on ground water;
- chemical weathering;
- mineral thermodynamics and redox (Eh-pH) diagrams and their applications to soil and mineral stability and ground water chemistry;
- environmental geochemistry; and
- isotopes applied to groundwaters.
Time and Place:
Tuesday and Thursday
9:30 - 10:45 am
Stevens Hall 134
Geology 428 - 12248
Geology 628 - 12255
Link to 2012 Brochure (.PDF)