The H. John Heinz III Center for Science, Economics and the Environment is a nonpartisan,nonprofit institution that furthers the work of Senator John Heinz by improving the scientific andeconomic foundation for environment policy. The Center’s distinctive role is to engage and fostercollaboration among industry, environmental organizations, government, and academia in each of its program areas and projects. Each of these sectors plays an important role in solving environmental problems, and each must participate in defining the agenda that shapes our commonfuture. The Heinz Center provides an institutionalized venue for these sectors to work together onan array of diverse environmental and natural resource problems.
The Heinz Center’s Evaluation of Erosion Hazards study was conducted under contract from theFederal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). Funds were provided by FEMA, the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, and The Vira I. Heinz Endowments. This report is a product of The HeinzCenter, which assumes full responsibility for its content. It does not necessarily reflect the policiesor views of the sponsoring organizations, the individual members of the Steering Committee, or theorganizations or agencies that employ these individuals. Additional copies of
Evaluation of Erosion Hazards
may be obtained by contacting The FederalEmergency Management Agency. This report can also be viewed athttp://www.heinzcenter.org Cover art by Douglas K. Morris, Coastal Shadows No. 2.ContactsFederal Emergency Management Agency Mark Crowell, Project Officer500 C Street, SW Washington, DC 20004Phone 202-646-3432e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org The H. John Heinz III Centerfor Science, Economics and the EnvironmentStephen Dunn, Deputy Project Manager1001 Pennsylvania Ave, NW Suite 735 South Washington, DC 20004Phone 202-737-6307 Fax 202-737-6410e-mail email@example.com