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Daniel Barone

Michael Baker International
Dr. Barone holds a bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Marine Science and Instructional Technology from Stockton University and received his PhD in Geography from Rutgers University in 2016.  Additionally, Dan has over 11 years of professional experience with coastal processes, spatial data analysis, remote sensing, and modeling.  From September 2005 to September 2015 Dan worked at the Stockton University Coastal Research Center where his research efforts were focused on utilizing geospatial technology to address issues in the coastal zone.  Dan is currently the Environmental & Water Resources Department Manager for Michael Baker International’s Hamilton, NJ Office. Dan has professional certifications as a Certified Floodplain Manager (CFM) and Geographic Information Systems Professional (GISP).  Throughout his professional career, Dan has presented research at multiple national conferences and developed several large state and federally-funded research projects, most notably the NJ State-wide Beach-Dune Susceptibility Assessment funded through the NOAA Coastal Services Center.  In 2012 he was selected for a graduate Ocean Planning Internship in American Samoa, helping the local coastal management program categorize shoreline types on the Island of Tutuila through the use of remote sensing technologies including LiDAR and aerial imagery. In 2014, Dan was the lead author on a research paper that documented the physical changes to New Jersey’s beach-dune systems as a result of Hurricane Sandy through pre and post-storm data collected by the Coastal Research Center.