Location: Pass Christian, Missouri, United States
Julius Egloff, geologist, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Scientists for dedication, achievements, and leadership in oceanography and oceanographic surveying.
Mr. Egloff spent more than three decades as a consulting geologist, author, illustrator, and educator. A Registered Professional Geologist in the state of Mississippi, Mr. Egloff holds a Bachelor of Science in geology from the University of Miami and pursued postgraduate coursework throughout his career, studying at the University of Rhode Island, Louisiana State University, and Oregon State University. He began his career in 1965 as a member of the United States Naval Hydrographic Office Cartographic Branch, working in the nautical charts division.
In the years that followed, Mr. Egloff transferred to the United States Naval Oceanographic Office in Washington, spending a year in the deep ocean surveys division and the deep ocean vehicle branch of the Washington Navy Yard. Between 1968 and 1976, he was an oceanographer for the GOFAR project, and in 1974, Mr. Egloff became the CEO of Photoco and Re-Evaluations Co., which he would run until 1990. In addition to his work with Photoco and Re-Evaluations Co., Mr. Egloff consulted for the National Space Technology Laboratory Seafloor Geosciences Division from 1976 until 1989.
Mr. Egloff continued to work with the United States Naval Research Laboratory and as a geologist for various petroleum exploration projects through the 1990s. He contributed illustrations and cartography to several Charles Berlitz books, as well as a marine geologic map of Indonesia published in 2001. Mr. Egloff is the former president and vice president of the Gulf Coast Writers Association, and has been active with the ACLJ, Judicial Watch, and other legal and policy initiatives since the early 2000s.
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