Mark Crowell is a geologist and has worked for FEMA since 1989, mainly on coastal erosion and flooding issues.  He has authored or coauthored 16 papers that have been published in peer-reviewed journals, including the Journal of Coastal Research (JCR), Shore and Beach, and the Marine Technology Society Journal.  His most recent article, published in JCR in 2010, is titled An Estimate of the U.S. Population Living in 100-year Coastal Flood Hazard Areas.” Mark is also senior author of an article, Erosion: Historical Analysis and Forecasting, that appeared in the Encyclopedia of Coastal Science (2005).  Further, he is co-editor of two Special Issues of the Journal of Coastal Research: Coastal Erosion Mapping and Management, 1999 (Crowell and Leatherman); and Shoreline Mapping and Change Analysis: Technical Considerations and Management Implications, 2003 (Byrnes, Crowell, and Fowler).   Mark Crowell received his MS in Geology from Virginia Tech (1988) and his BS in Geology from the University of Maryland (1983).  Mark joined the Editorial Board of JCR in 2010.

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