Coastal Research Center


The Richard Stockton College Coastal Research Center (CRC) originated in 1981 to assist local municipalities with coastal environmental issues related to recurring storm damage and shoreline retreat. 

Since then the CRC has been working on shoreline monitoring and assessment programs with the State of New Jersey and several municipalities in New Jersey.   The CRC has also been a resource for geotechnical data working on numerous projects with Federal, State and municipal governments.  With over 20 years of experience the CRC has grown into an exemplary organization known for coastal zone management.  The CRC’s continuing mission is to monitor and assess New Jersey’s coastal zone resources.


"Reducing Coastal Flood Risk: Making Use of the Updated Flood Hazard Information"
, held December 4th


"America's Coastal Denial"
Featuring interviews with Dan Barone and Stew Farrell
Newsweek, March 25th, 2013


"Your Role in NJ/NY Coastal Flood Map Revisions",
held Janruary 28th


Hurricane Sandy: New Jersey's Beach-Dune Response,
reports have been posted.





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