Institution: The Graduate Center, CUNY
Program: Earth and Environmental Sciences
Specialization: Environmental and Geological Sciences
Research Interests: Groundwater, subsidence, radar interferometry, common pool resource governance, multi-sensor remote sensing.
Advisor: Kyle McDonald (Committee: Charles Vörösmarty, Jamon Van Den Hoek)
Corey employs methods in geodesy and environmental remote sensing to develop scientific information systems as interventions for international groundwater sustainability. He has experience using multi-sensor remote sensing to study groundwater overdraft, glacier melt dynamics, environmental aspects of political conflict, coastal water quality, and the morphology of river channel geometry. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Geology from the University of California, Berkeley and a master’s in Geology from the City College of New York, which was awarded alongside a full MSc research fellowship.