Karen L M Morgan

Biography

Education:

Master of Science, Geological-Oceanography,  Florida Institute of Technology, Melbourne, Florida, 1987  

Bachelor of Arts, Geology, Hartwick College,  Oneonta, New York, 1984

 

 

Member of the USGS Extreme Storms research group, assisting in research studies to provide information to assist communities in managing risks from hurricanes and other extreme storms.  Provides graphic support for the project.  Maintains photographic and videographic equipment for the project for storm response and serves as primary photographer during storm responses, using knowledge of coastal processes in assessment of coastal features during photo missions and while in the field on ground surveys.  Assists in the analysis of data gathered in response to hurricanes and other severe storms.  Serves as team lead or co-lead during data collection efforts. Responsible for setup and operation of photographic and videographic equipment during response. 

Publications:

Morgan, K.L.M., Krohn, M.D., and Guy, Kristy, 2015, Post-Nor'Ida coastal oblique aerial photographs collected from Ocean City, Maryland, to Hatteras, North Carolina, December 4, 2009: U.S. Geological Survey Data Series 930,http://dx.doi.org/10.3133/ds930