BIO-3001 Anthropogenic pollution and environmental impact in marine Arctic environments I - 15 stp
The course focuses upon contaminant transport pathways (atmospheric and marine), principles of ecotoxicology, persistent organic compounds and hydrocarbons, heavy metals and radionuclides, climate related impacts and pollution (e.g. eutrophication and acidification), human health and environmental management in the Arctic Ocean
Objective of the course
The course aims at giving students an introduction of pollution and ecotoxicology in the Arctic Ocean. It takes a ecosystem-based approach and introduces also issues such as food security, human health, evaluation of pollution in marine ecosystems as well as managements aspects.
Lectures Autumn 2012
First attendance Monday 27th of August. 12:15 at D-112, NFH