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Center for Aquatic Chemistry and Environment

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:

Detection & Identification

Using advanced chemical sensing technology for the environment

Advanced Sensing Research
Fate & Transport

Quantifying how contaminants move and change throughout South Florida's aquatic ecosystems

Pollutant Tracing Research
Impacts & Visualization

Developing methods to assess impacts on our shared environment

Risk Assessment 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!

News

Preserve Our Fragile Ecosystems

Support CREST’s graduate student fellowships in our fight to protect our region’s water quality