Mr. Giliaman, an environmental economist, has been working on the economics of sea level rise vulnerability for the past several years and is currently working on his Ph.D. in Economics at George Mason University.
Dr. Revell, the founding principal, has been involved in coastal management and coastal process assessments for over 20 years. Dr. Revell has led technical coastal hazard modeling, conducted numerous vulnerability and adaptation planning studies, and lead interdisciplinary teams of economists, legal scholars, and engineers to evaluate potential adaptation strategies across the California Coast.
Mr. Jamieson is a GIS professional and digital artist with an eye for communicating spatial and environmental information. Matthew has been working with GIS technology for over 15 years, and for the past 5 has focused on conducting spatial analysis related to coastal hazards and their impact on communities.
DAVID REVELL, PH.D
Principal and Chief Coastal Scientist
DR. PHILIP KING, PH.D.
Dr. King, former chair of the Economics Department at San Francisco State University, has worked on the economics of coastal resources in California for over 20 years and is the leading beach recreational economist in California.
MATTHEW JAMIESON, MFA
We support our clients through informed decision-making about coastal resource management in an ever-changing environment. We provide clear direction through the regulatory process by leveraging our expertise in coastal processes, vulnerability assessments, climate adaptation/ resiliency, and economic evaluation.