Pollutants are having devastating effects on ecosystems including the plants, animals and people who depend on them. The Center for Aquatic Chemistry and the Environment (CAChE) is a National Science Foundation (NSF) Center of Research Excellence in Science and Technology (CREST) that tackles one of the most complex challenges: environmental contamination. Learn more about our Research:
New Book Chapter on Corals
Dr. Alex Mercado Molina has published a new book chapter about coral farming and reef rehabilitation in "Corals in a Changing World". You can find Dr. Molina's work and browse through other CREST CAChE publications by clicking below!
A recent FIU study pinpoints best practices for wetland restoration. Researchers analyzed restoration progress in the Greater Everglades (USA), the Murray-Darling […]
The Center for Aquatic Chemistry and Environment (CREST CaChE) is seeking undergraduate students interested in gaining experience in Ecology and/or […]
Preserve Our Fragile Ecosystems
Support CREST’s graduate student fellowships in our fight to protect our region’s water quality