Growing up on Maryland’s Eastern Shore, Corrine started her appreciation of nature through the exploring the open spaces and waterways of the Chesapeake Bay region. She pursued geoscience and economics in her undergraduate studies, focusing on remote sensing techniques and analysis of river systems. After graduation she furthered her love of our country’s protected lands by leading cross-country camping trips throughout the continental United States. As an avid hiker, traveler, and all-around outdoor enthusiast, understanding the relationship between humans and nature motivates her professional interests. Currently, Corrine is studying emerging geospatial technologies, aiming to enhance the incorporation of spatial data, analysis, and visualization into the full spectrum of Earth Economics’ projects.
“The Public Benefits of Private Forests: An Ecosystem Services Valuation of Private Forest Lands in Pierce County, Washington”. Earth Economics. Tacoma, WA. 2018.
“2018 Field Guide: Outdoor Community Projects.” Earth Economics, Tacoma, WA. September, 2018.
"The Economic Value of Natural Capital in the Santa Cruz Floodplain." Earth Economics. Tacoma, WA. July, 2018.
"The Economic Value of Natural Capital in Panama City's Watersheds and Associated Ecosystems." Earth Economics. Tacoma, WA. June, 2018.
"Gem of the Emerald Corridor: Nature's Value in the Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest." Earth Economics. Tacoma, WA. May, 2018.
"The Value of Natural Capital in the Columbia River Basin: A Comprehensive Analysis." Earth Economics. Tacoma, WA. January, 2018.
"Benefit-Cost Analysis of Selected Actions from the Thurston Climate Adaptation Plan." Earth Economics. Tacoma, WA. October, 2017.
"Nature’s Value in the Skykomish Watershed: An Ecosystem Service Valuation of the Lower Skykomish and Braided Reach." Earth Economics. Tacoma, WA. November, 2017.
M.S. Geospatial Technologies
University of Washington-Tacoma | Tacoma, WA
B.S. Economics and Environmental Geoscience
Boston College | Boston, MA