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  • Roosevelt Inlet Webcam

    Take in the sights of the University of Delaware’s Hugh R. Sharp campus in Lewes via our live webcam! Learn more >>

  • Coast Day Crab Cake Cook-Off Contest

    Coast Day returns for the 38th year on Sunday, Oct. 5. To become a judge at the Crab Cake Cook-off, take an online quiz! Read More >>

  • Corals and climate

    In the first study of its kind, scientists discovered that corals are better able to recover from yearly bouts of heat stress, called “bleaching,” when they keep large energy reserves — mostly as fat — socked away in their cells. Read More >>

  • Beach safety study

    Medical experts are working with UD and Delaware Sea Grant to examine wave processes along the Delaware coast. Read more on UDaily >>

  • Diesel bus alternative

    Electric school buses that power the grid could save school districts millions of dollars, based on recent research. Read more>>

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  • Roosevelt Inlet Webcam

    Take in the sights of the University of Delaware’s Hugh R. Sharp campus in Lewes via our live webcam! Learn more >>

  • Coast Day Crab Cake Cook-Off Contest

    Coast Day returns for the 38th year on Sunday, Oct. 5. To become a judge at the Crab Cake Cook-off, take an online quiz! Read More >>

  • Corals and climate

    In the first study of its kind, scientists discovered that corals are better able to recover from yearly bouts of heat stress, called “bleaching,” when they keep large energy reserves — mostly as fat — socked away in their cells. Read More >>

  • Beach safety study

    Medical experts are working with UD and Delaware Sea Grant to examine wave processes along the Delaware coast. Read more on UDaily >>

  • Diesel bus alternative

    Electric school buses that power the grid could save school districts millions of dollars, based on recent research. Read more>>

Broadening Horizons

The College of Earth, Ocean, and Environment (CEOE) strives to reach a deeper understanding of the planet and improve stewardship of environmental resources.

Our faculty and students examine complex information from multiple disciplines with the knowledge that science and society are firmly linked and solutions to environmental challenges can be synonymous with positive economic impact. We are preparing the next generation of environmental scientists and leaders to make a difference for the future.

The college brings the latest advances in technology to bear on both teaching and conducting ocean, earth and atmospheric research. Current focus areas are ecosystem health and society, environmental observing and forecasting, and renewable energy and sustainability.

Discover Our World!

CEOE students are engaged in environmental issues and gain practical experience to prepare them for fulfilling careers. Learn about our majors and degree programs, experiences beyond the classroom, and more!

Latest News From CEOE

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To become a judge at Coast Day Crab Cake Cook-off, take an online quiz

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For corals adjusting to climate change, it’s survival of fattest and most flexible

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A presentation on July 28 will consider the challenges of predicting motion in the ocean

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  • Jul
    28
    CARTHE Summer Science Cafe - Oil spills, airplanes, rubber duckies: The challenges of predicting motion in the ocean   Learn More
  • Aug
    21
    Ocean Currents Lecture: Shipping impacts and Innovation in the Marine Environment   Learn More
  • Oct
    05
    Coast Day 2014   Learn More
 
Hurricane taming with offshore wind farms

Large arrays of offshore wind turbines can reduce coastal winds, storm surge levels during hurricanes

Visualizing GIFT: Geospatial Intermodal Freight Transportation

The Geospatial Intermodal Freight Transportation (GIFT) Model evaluates the energy, emission, cost, and time-of-delivery attributes of freight transport.

Biosignatures of Fe-Oxidizing Microbes
TEM image of Mariprofundus ferroxydans stalks

Modern iron-oxidizing microbes and putative microfossils are aiding the identification of biosignatures in the rock record.

CEOE Research Publications

CEOE scientists (faculty and students) publish their work in peer reviewed scientific journals and news media.

Science
Saint Lawrence core

Abundant porewater Mn(III) is a major component of the sedimentary redox system

Science
calcium carbonate

Microscopic evidence for liquid-liquid separation in supersaturated CaCO3 solutions

Science
China

An arsenic forecast for China

Undergraduate Degrees Offered

Concerns such as climate change, globalization and migration, marine pollution, watershed degradation, energy independence and fisheries decline are at the heart of our work at CEOE.

Graduate Degrees and Courses Offered

In addition to formal course work, graduate students have the opportunity to conduct research on critical earth, ocean, environmental, and atmospheric topics under the guidance of distinguished faculty.

Study Abroad - Go Global With Us

Want to study climatology and human geography in Barbados? Want to dive the coral reefs in the Cayman Islands to study invasive species? Join us on study abroad!

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CEOE School & Departments

School of Marine Science & Policy

Advancing the understanding, stewardship, and conservation of estuarine, coastal, and ocean environments.

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Department of Geological Sciences

Discovering how geological processes have operated over various time scales to create and influence the planet’s surface environments.

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Department of Geography

Investigating the interactions between people and the environment and the processes that explain the location of human and natural phenomena.

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College of Earth, Ocean, and Environment • 111 Robinson Hall • Newark, DE 19716 • USA
Phone: 302-831-2841 • E-mail: ceoe-info@udel.edu

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