Marcus Carwell

Title: 
Lecturer
Office Location: 
CBEIS 342
Phone: 
443-885-4776
Email: 
marcus.carwell@morgan.edu
Education:

Marcus received his DE from Morgan State University in 2014. Marcus received his MS in Plant and Soil Science from Alabama A.M University in 2005. He received a BS in Environmental Science and Biology (double major) from Miles College in 2002 with a minor in Chemistry. He received an AS in General Science from Lawson State Community College in 1998.

Education:

Marcus received his DE from Morgan State University in 2014. Marcus received his MS in Plant and Soil Science from Alabama A.M University in 2005. He received a BS in Environmental Science and Biology (double major) from Miles College in 2002 with a minor in Chemistry. He received an AS in General Science from Lawson State Community College in 1998.

Professor Marcus Carwell joins Morgan State University as a faculty member in the Department of Civil Engineering in 2014. Dr. Carwell has a unique background that began in 2002 with his first publication research on the biological time clock.
Ssenkeloto, Margeret, Adams, Sonya, Williams, Tiffany and Carwell, Marcus,October 2002,"Circadian rhythm of Aspergillus niger and Penicillum notatum: a comparative analysis", Journa ul of the Alabama Academy of Science.

Dr. Carwell worked as a graduate researcher for the Center for Hydrology Soil Climatology and Remote Sensing (HSCRS) in 2003 at Alabama A&M University where soil moisture data was being analyzed to predicting flooding.
Coleman Tommy, Carwell Marcus 2005" Predicting soil moisture patterns using the basin/swat watershed model", Alabama A&M University.

Dr.Carwell began doing continual research at Morgan State University on prediction models from a transportation/tracking aspect.
Jha,Manoj, Kattel Bheem, Carwell, Marcus, 2010 Modeling the insurgent activities with a geographic information system: a case study from Iraq", Recent Advances in Circuits,System,Signals, and Telecommunication.

Dr. Carwell research interests pertains to monotoring temporal and spatial movements using GIS as a visual tool for developing mathematical (linear model, regression etc.) models to find correlations and to predict outcomes. The areas of study for the research pertain to Environmental, soil, and Transportation.
Carwell,Marcus 2014"Examining the Impact of Environmental Variables on the Insurgent Behavior with the Aid of a GIS: Case Study of Afghanistan",Morgan State University.