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Course, academic year 2022/2023
  
Environmental geochemistry - MG431P07E
Title: Geochemie životního prostředí
Czech title: Geochemie životního prostředí
Guaranteed by: Institute of Geochemistry, Mineralogy and Mineral Resources (31-430)
Faculty: Faculty of Science
Actual: from 2019
Semester: winter
E-Credits: 3
Examination process: winter s.:
Hours per week, examination: winter s.:2/0 Ex [hours/week]
Capacity: unlimited
Min. number of students: unlimited
Virtual mobility / capacity: no
State of the course: taught
Language: English
Note: enabled for web enrollment
Guarantor: prof. RNDr. Martin Mihaljevič, CSc.
Teacher(s): prof. RNDr. Martin Mihaljevič, CSc.
Annotation -
Last update: RNDr. Jana Rubešová, Ph.D. (10.11.2006)
Methabolic pathways and the Earth, energy transfer and storage, reservoir, cycles and residence time, material flow, thermodynamics, origin and the evolution of the Earth and Solar system.
Litosphere, Earth stratification, magmatism, origin of the Earth Crust, weathering, transport, sedimentation, soil development, acidification of the soil.
Hydrosphere, properties of the water, water cycle , groundwater, ocean, composition and
origin of sea water, ocean circulation, water pollution, eutrophication.
Atmosphere, the vertical structure of the atmosphere, atmospheric chemistry, source, sink, thermal balance of the atmosphere, type and sources of air pollution, greenhouse effect, ozone layer.
Biosphere, living organism, ecosystem, biom, climax ecosytem.
Cyclic and industrial metabolism, human induced material flows, energy, resources and the environment.
Global biogeochemical cycles of carbon, sulphur, nitrogen, phosporus, compounds, occurence, reservoirs, transformation, fluxes, perturbations
Biogeochemistry of small catchments,environmental problems studied in small catchments, natural and anthropogenic factors influencing small catchments, events, measurements, small catchments programmes

Butcher S., Charlson R., Orians G., Wolfe G. (1992) (eds): Global Biogeochemical Cycles, Schlesinger W. - Academic Press, 379 pp. Schlesinger W.(ed) (1991): Biogeochemistry ,an analysis of global change. - Academic Press 443 pp.
M. Mihaljevie, B. Moldan (2000): Questions of Biogeochemistry (in Czech).- reading text, Nakladatelství Karolinum Praha, 105 pp.
Literature - Czech
Last update: RNDr. Jana Rubešová, Ph.D. (10.11.2006)

Butcher S.S. (ed) (1992): Global Biogeochemical Cycles . - Academic Press Limited London.

Mihaljevič M., Moldan B. (1999): Otázky biogeochemie. - Karolinum Praha

Schlesinger W.(ed) (1991): Biogeochemistry ,an analysis of global change. - Academic Press 443 pp.

Syllabus -
Last update: RNDr. Jana Rubešová, Ph.D. (10.11.2006)

Methabolic pathways and the Earth, energy transfer and storage, reservoir, cycles and residence time, material flow, thermodynamics, origin and the evolution of the Earth and Solar system.

Litosphere, Earth stratification, magmatism, origin of the Earth Crust, weathering, transport, sedimentation, soil development, acidification of the soil.

Hydrosphere, properties of the water, water cycle , groundwater, ocean, composition and

origin of sea water, ocean circulation, water pollution, eutrophication.

Atmosphere, the vertical structure of the atmosphere, atmospheric chemistry, source, sink, thermal balance of the atmosphere, type and sources of air pollution, greenhouse effect, ozone layer.

Biosphere, living organism, ecosystem, biom, climax ecosytem.

Cyclic and industrial metabolism, human induced material flows, energy, resources and the environment.

Global biogeochemical cycles of carbon, sulphur, nitrogen, phosporus, compounds, occurence, reservoirs, transformation, fluxes, perturbations

Biogeochemistry of small catchments,environmental problems studied in small catchments, natural and anthropogenic factors influencing small catchments, events, measurements, small catchments programmes

 
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