Jack Cox is the principal coastal engineer for Edgewater Resources, where he directs the planning and design, and oversees construction of large and complex waterfront and harbor works projects worldwide.  He possesses internationally recognized credentials in nearshore hydrodynamics, coastal processes, arctic and ice engineering, harbor works, breakwaters, fixed and floating marine structures, shore protection, port planning, marina design, and navigation.  Cox is a board-certified diplomate and trustee of the Academy of Coastal, Ocean, Port and Navigation Engineers, in the fields of coastal engineering, port engineering, and navigation engineering, being only 1 of 10 experts worldwide to hold that distinction.  Cox is an adjunct professor at the University of Wisconsin, author of the ASCE manual, 50 Guidelines for the Planning and Design of Small Craft Harbors, and award-winning lecturer in the fields of coastal and maritime engineering.  He is a registered professional engineer in fourteen coastal states in the U.S. and in the country of Cyprus.