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The Mediterranean Center for Environmental Studies (CEAM) was created in 1991 by the Generalitat Valenciana and Bancaja, with the support of the Secretariat of State of Universities and Research and the European Commission (DG Research). The CEAM is a Center of Applied Research and Technological Development, recognized by the CICYT as a Center of Technological Innovation, and it also operates as an associate unit of the CSIC. To face this challenge the it was conceived as a multidisciplinary center, focussing its performances on complementary thematic areas, in which it provides internationally recognized expertise.

Jose Vicente Chordá Sancho
Arnaud Carrara