Barone, Daniel

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  • SEBS – Department of Marine and Coastal Sciences

Dr. Daniel Barone brings nearly 15 years of leadership experience performing research activities related to coastal zone management including coastal storm vulnerability assessments, FEMA floodplain studies, sediment transport studies, beneficial use of dredged material assessments, and shore protection evaluations. Additionally, Dr. Barone has extensive experience performing geospatial data collections and analysis in marine and coastal environments. Related to this experience, Dr. Barone has managed projects pertaining to the collection of mobile & static LiDAR data of beaches, dunes, and tidal wetlands as well conducting as hydrographic surveys using single and multi-beam sounders including side-scan sonar. Daniel has the ability to utilize this field collected data for 1-D, 2-D, and 3-D modeling tasks as well as GIS-based vulnerability assessments. Dr. Barone’s extensive coastal expertise has provided him opportunities to serve as a Subject Matter Expert (SME) for several projects including being a member of the mitigation team for the New Jersey Hazard Mitigation Plan – Coastal Erosion section. 

Presentations and Edited Symposia:

Barone, Daniel. Beneficial Use of Dredged Material for Coastal Resilience, CAIT Webinar Series, Piscataway, NJ, July 2020.

Barone, Daniel. Applications of Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) for maritime transportation. Presentation, ACEC New Jersey, Monroe, NJ, May 2019.

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