Research | Featured Projects
Our faculty and students are immersed in the study and discovery of the earth and her oceans around the globe. Below you will find just a small sampling of the cutting edge research in which our faculty and their students are engaged.
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The CSHEL Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (AUV)
CEOE researcher Art Trembanis demonstrates his autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) at TIDE camp.
The Delaware Bay Observing System (DBOS)
CEOE researchers are currently working on several observing systems, including the Delaware Bay Observing System or "DBOS".
Offshore Wind Power
Shown here observing ocean based wind turbines is Dr. Willett Kempton. Dr. Kempton is one of several CEOE faculty leading the way in terms of alternative energies, specifically wind power.
Climate Change on the Tundra
Through an NSF-supported project, CEOE is conducting research to better understand how climate change affects tundra microbial ecosystems.