Steve is the Program Director of the new Coastal Geographic Research and Applied Sciences (CGRASS) Program for the Marine Geology Department at the Center for Coastal Studies. Prior to coming on full time with the Center, Steve worked with the Department as an Adjunct Scientist, Coastal Geographer, on Climate Resiliency projects including the development methodologies to map storm tide pathways, the visualization of inundation in the context of local tidal datums, and the use of historical data to quantify century-scale sediment transport in Cape Cod Bay.
For the last 12 years Steve was a partner at Durand & Anastas Environmental Strategies, Inc. focusing on the application of coastal and offshore mapping solutions to emerging development and environmental challenges in the coastal zone. Prior to that he spent over ten years with the Massachusetts Office of Coastal Zone Management (CZM) managing a variety of coastal projects using experience obtained as a senior project manager with Schofield Brothers of New England, Inc., a civil engineering, land surveying, and environmental planning firm.
- Colby College (ME), B.A., Environmental Studies.
- University of Massachusetts Boston, M.S., Coastal, Ocean, and Environmental Science Program.
- Program Director, Coastal Geographic Research and Applied Sciences Program, Center for Coastal Studies. Provincetown, MA
- Partner, Durand & Anastas Environmental Strategies, Inc. Boston & Marlborough, MA
- Adjunct Scientist, Coastal Geographer, Center for Coastal Studies, Dept. of Coastal and Marine Geology. Provincetown, MA
- Coordinator of Technical Services, Massachusetts Office of Coastal Zone Management. Boston, MA
- Senior Project Manager, Schofield Brothers of New England, Inc. Framingham and Orleans, MA.