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How Do You Get to Antarctica...Study...Study...Study
October 15, 2014
The Earth’s polar regions are holy lands for environmental researchers. Relatively pristine and preserved by their remoteness and shielded from many of humanity’s atmospheric impacts, the Arctic and Antarctic are environmental samples as close to “unadulterated” as any on the planet. Peter DeCarlo, PhD, an environmental engineer and atmospheric chemist at Drexel, will make his first pilgrimage to the research mecca of his field this fall.
Engineering Students Perform Water Treatment Testing On A Venetian Wetland
October 08, 2014
Civil, Architectural, and Environmental Engineering (CAEE) Department Associate Professor Dr. Franco Montalto P.E. and a group of students from this summer’s Sustainable Water Resource Engineering (CIVE 564) class spent two and a half weeks in the beginning of September, on the island of Lazzaretto Nuovo in Venice, Italy.
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