Delaware, while small
in area (1,982 sq. mi.),
is the 7th most densely
populated state. Our
location makes us well
situated for CEOE and
our work to impact the
nation and the world!
A 200 mi. radius around
about 25% of the U.S.
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Our students are future leaders in the marine and geosciences, environmental and other policy issues and education. In the classroom, the laboratory, and out in the field, our students are constantly learning and discovering more about the Earth, her oceans and environment! Find out more about CEOE students ›
Dr. Tim Targett's research focuses on hypoxia and nursery habitat quality for estuary-dependent fish. Dr. Targett's research team studies the effects of hypoxia on the behavior of several species of fish across temperature and salinity ranges. Find out more about Dr. Targett and other CEOE Faculty and Research Scientists ›
There are many friends and supporters of the college who volunteer with CEOE. Opportunities include the docent program, citizen monitoring and many, many more! Find out how you can get involved with CEOE! ›
Alumnus Brandon Jones works for the Environmental Protection Agency as a Project Officer. Our alumni are leaders in all aspects of Earth, Ocean, and Environment and work in agencies, academia, private industry and more! Check out more about our Alumni ›
The College of Earth, Ocean, and Environment (CEOE) has many valuable resources that facilitate world-class research, instruction and discovery. While our facilities are state of the art, we believe that our MOST valuable assets are the people that make up the CEOE team.
In addition to our faculty and research scientists, the CEOE team consists of our undergraduate and graduate students, as well as our administration and staff, all of whom do their part to support the work done at CEOE. Much like the way the ocean and earth systems interact, our strength at CEOE is in our collaborative working environment.