Cerón’s main current research interests are the inherently trans-disciplinary fields of environmental hydrology and geochemistry. Currently his research focuses mainly on the characterization and evaluation of the water resources. Also, his research focuses in water pollution, especially in the acid mine drainage (AMD). The combination of hydrogeological and hydrogeochemical methods offers the perspective to obtain greatly improved prediction of hydrological processes, which is a key prerequisite for better understanding and predictions of groundwater resources and contaminant processes in heterogeneous aquifers. Making such strategies accessible will offer new capabilities for efficient, sustainable and cost-effective groundwater management strategies, as well as for the protection and remediation of groundwater resources.