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2017

New Study to Help Fishermen Avoid Endangered Sturgeon

Superb Scientist, Influential Mentor

Thoughtful News Consumption 

UDel Offering Guided Tours of Lewes Campus 

2016

Satellite Data May Help Fishermen Avoid Endangered Species

Two-Way Radios Reveal the Mysterious Social Lives of Sharks

Examining the social networks of sharks

Shark social networking

Eating machines? Not these shark pals

Sand tiger shark research tests new waters

NPR: Adelie Penguins In Danger

Climate Change May Shrink Adélie Penguin Range By End of Century

Penguins and Climate Change

Autonomous Systems Bootcamp

CEOE Honors Day 2016

Ripple Effect

PITCH: 90

Graduate Education in the Ocean Sciences

Penguins, food and robots

UD researcher studies penguin turf war

Local scientists' fishing forecast maps could help Atlantic sturgeon and other marine life

Safeguarding sturgeon

Gilder Communication

Penguins and robots

UD research helps show where marine life travels

Sturgeon tracking aims to protect endangered fish

Surprise! Sharks Have 'Social Lives'

New research reveals surprising social networks of sharks

Tiger Sharks Along East Coast Are More Social Than Once Thought

Sharks Have Complex Social Networks, Study Shows

2015

Pitch 90: Megan Cimino

U of D research teams at polar opposites

Acoustic Receivers, Glider Aid Life Cycle Study Of Sand Tiger Sharks

Ocean Currents lecture to focus on Antarctic penguins May 21 in Lewes

CEOE named professor

iSeeChange: Why are more sharks being caught off the Delaware coast?​

Research sheds light on sharks off Delmarva coast

DELAWARE PREMIERE OF OCEAN FRONTIERS II​

HOW GLIDERS WORK: A LOOK INSIDE THE BLUE HEN

HEADING HOME WITH A PLATE OF DATA SPAGHETTI

Advancing habitat mapping

Ocean Currents Lecture Series

A tale of two poles

Part 2: A tale of two poles

Part 3: A tale of two poles

Part 4: A tale of two poles

Part 5: A tale of two poles

2014

A weighty problem

Cold, wet baby penguins struggle to survive

It’s a shark-eats-dogfish world

UD robot helps find missing WWII planes

Fisheries forecast could cut bycatch, keeping sharks and sturgeon out of commercial nets​

Protecting sharks, sturgeon

Penguins and Antarctica and climate change, oh my! Teachers CONVERGE at Rutgers with research team

UD expands ocean research

Every week is 'Shark Week' for this UD researcher

From Plankton to Sharks

Aquatic adventure

Penguin chicks

May 22: Shark lecture

2013

Ladies and Gentleman, This Is the "Turducken of the Sea"

Kavli Frontiers of Science

OTIS is underway!

Universities team up to track Atlantic sturgeon and prevent accidental bycatch

Underwater robot seeks out endangered sturgeons

Sturgeon search​

Keeping a float

Sea Talk Video - Penguins

Shark special

2012

Shark social networking

Atlantic sturgeon arriving earlier in the mid-Atlantic

Utilizing New Tagging Technology to Characterize Sand Tiger Shark Habitat

On the radar

Bycatch-22

Sea change

Post-Sandy sewage

2010

CEOE's Oliver wins prestigious Presidential Early Career Award

UD, DBI join effort to track Gulf of Mexica oil spill

2009

Global visualization lab creates world of opportunities for scientists

University hosts conference on ethics of climate change

2008

Matt Oliver receives NASA New Investigator Award

 

 

 

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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Phone: 302-831-2841 • E-mail: ceoe-info@udel.edu

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