Research | Research Centers
The College of Earth, Ocean, and Environment has charted its course to be a world leader in earth, ocean, and atmospheric sciences and related policy issues. CEOE faculty and staff collaborate in specialized centers within the college, in the University of Delaware research community, and at the Delaware Biotechnology Institute in Newark. These centers provide a focal point for interdisciplinary, cutting-edge research.
From Underground and Sea to Outer Space
Current areas of focused research efforts include real-time monitoring of environmental conditions, the development new energy technologies, the development of salt-tolerant crops from marsh grasses, critical zone management and study, new satellite-based techniques for monitoring coastal water quality and new integrated approaches for managing coastal and other ecosystems.
The Research Centers
For more information about the centers or to see the specific work taking place within them, please use the links below:
- The Center for Applied Coastal Research*
- The Center for Carbon-free Power Integration
- Center for Climate and Land-Surface Change
- The Center for Critical Zone Research*
- The Center for Energy and Environmental Policy*
- The Center for Environmental Genomics
- The Center for Remote Sensing
- The Delaware Biotechnology Institute*
- The Delaware Environmental Observing System
- The Gerard J. Mangone Center for Marine Policy
- The Halophyte Biotechnology Center
- OCEANIC - The Ocean Information Center
- Office of the Delaware State Climatologist
* Multidisciplinary centers housed in other units.