Upcoming Meeting: Executive Session, Dates 13-15 Sept. 2022, Anchorage, Alaska

98th CERB Registration Form Anchorage, AK BCER Memberships Current Executive Session Minutes: March 2018- Duck, NC -

98th BCER Agenda Coastal Community Resilience Research Needs in Cold Regions under a Changing Climate

98th BCER eBook

98th BCER FAQ Logistics Sheet

Woronzof Alternate  Site Visit

CERB Overview

The Coastal Engineering Research Board is a seven-member advisory board to the Chief of Engineers and was established by Public Law in 1963. It was originally the Beach Erosion Board established in 1930.

The CERB provides the Secretary of Defense, the Deputy Secretary of Defense, the Secretary of the Army, through the Commanding General, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (“the Chief of Engineers”), independent advice and recommendations to the Coastal and Hydraulics Laboratory, which includes the Coastal Engineering Research Center, on coastal engineering research priorities and additional functions as assigned by the Chief of Engineers. The Board reports to the Secretary of Defense and the Deputy Secretary of Defense, the Secretary of the Army through the Chief of Engineers who may act upon the Board’s advice and recommendations.

The Board meets semi-annually around the U.S. Atlantic, Gulf, and Pacific and the Great Lake coastlines on a rotating basis.

MEMBERSHIP

The Chair of the Board is the Corps’ Deputy Commanding General for Civil and Emergency Operations.
The other three military members are senior Corps commanders of coastal or Great Lakes Divisions and usually serve until their tenure is completed at a division.


The three civilian members are civilian engineers or scientists recommended by the Chief of Engineers for their expertise in the broad field of coastal engineering and science and serve from one to four years not to exceed two consecutive terms of service.

MILITARY


Major General

William H. “Butch” Graham

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

Deputy Commanding General for Civil and Emergency Operations

BCER Chair

Washington, DC

 


Colonel

John P. Lloyd

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

North Atlantic Division

Commander

Brooklyn, NY

Maj. Gen. Diana M. Holland
Brigadier General

Daniel H. Hibner 

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

South Atlantic Division

Commander

Atlanta, GA

 


Colonel (P)

Antoinette E. Gant

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

South Pacific Division

Commander

San Francisco, CA

DESIGNATED FEDERAL OFFICER 


Dr. Julie Dean Rosati 

U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center 


Coastal and Hydraulics Laboratory


CIVILIAN


Dr. Nicole Elko
Nicole Elko, PhD

Science Director

American Shore and Beach Preservation

Association

Folly, SC

 

Falk Feddersen
Lewis “Ed” Link, PhD

Professor

University of Maryland

Dept. of Civil Engineering Research

College Park, MD

H. Tuba Ozkan-Haller, PhD

Interim Dean

Oregon State University

College of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences

Corvallis, OR

 

Executive Secretary: Ms. Tanita S. Warren, U.S. Army Engineer Research and  Development Center, Coastal and Hydraulics Laboratory.

Past CERB Proceedings: 2012 89th CERB Memo Outcomes2012 Executive CERB Outcomes​2015 92nd CERB Memo Outcomes2018 95th CERB Memo Outcomes2018 Executive CERB Outcomes2019 96th CERB Memo Outcomes2020 Executive CERB Outcomes2020_10_05_DRAFT_97th_CERB_Memo