Students will study the chemistry if the air, water, and soil. The reactions, movements, and fates of anthropogenic and naturally occurring compounds will be investigated. Students will use contemporary sampling and analytical techniques to examine matrices such as surface water, groundwater, and sediment samples. In addition, students will employ appropriate documentation and quality control procedures, interpret data and learn to communicate water quality data. Prerequisites: CHM 111 and CHM 112. Students with credit for ENS 205 will not also receive credit for CHM 205.