Dr. Charles Corry

Charles CorryCharles E. Corry

Dr. Gorry is a Geophysicist/consultant/relational database administration/defense of civil liberties/domestic violence and family research/non-profit developer.

Career summary

Dr. Corry’s career includes preflight testing and failure analysis on Atlas and Centaur missiles, including all Project Mercury birds at General Dynamics Convair-Astronautics, San Diego, 1960-64. He was a research associate at Scripps Institution of Oceanography, La Jolla, California, from 1965-68 under Prof. Victor Vacquier and worked at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Falmouth, Massachusetts, the first time in 1968 on the Deep Sea Drilling Project. From 1977 to 1982 he was manager of geophysical research at AMAX, Golden, Colorado. In 1982 he and Prof. Walter Haisler from Texas A&M formed Nonlinear Analysis, Inc. and he was also a visiting and adjunct associate professor of geophysics at Texas A&M, College Station, from 1983-87. He served as an associate professor of geophysics at University of Missouri-Rolla from 1984-89. In 1990 he went back to Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution as the international coordinator for the World Ocean Circulation Experiment (WOCE) working with 30+ countries to map the global ocean. In mid-1995 he became a database consultant working out of Denver and Colorado Springs until 2001 when he founded the Equal Justice Foundation, where he remains as president and a founding director.


Achievements include overturning of paradigm that had existed for over 150 years regarding galvanic current flow in ore bodies; discovery that ore minerals are commonly ferroelectrics and that ore bodies behave as a polarized dielectric medium, or solid plasma, in electrical surveys; development of controlled source audiomagnetotelluric method for electrical exploration; development of relational database design and data modeling; development of civil liberties, voting rights and prevention of election fraud; research in field and theoretical studies of magmatic intrusions; research in terrestrial heat flow studies in the North Pacific; research in intimate partner violence; coordination of hydrographic program of World Ocean Circulation Experiment.


B.S. in Geology, Utah State Univ., 1970.

M.S. in Geophysics, Univ. of Utah, 1972.

Ph.D. in Geophysics, Texas A&M Univ., 1976.


Corporal, with United States Marine Corps from 1955-63.

Society Memberships

Fellow, Geological Society of America.

American Geophysical Union.

Society of Exploration Geophysicists.

Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (voting equipment standards committee 2001-2009)

Marine Corps League


Marquis Who’s Who in the World, 16 th through 28 th Editions, 1999-2011.

Marquis Who’s Who in America, 53 rd through 66 th Editions, 1999-2012.

Marquis Who’s Who in Science and Engineering, 4 th through 11 th Editions, 1998-2012.

Marquis Who’s Who in the West, 27 th through 35 th Editions, 2000-2009.

Strathmore’s Who’s Who, 1998-1999 and 2000-2001 Editions.

2000 Outstanding Scientists of the 20 th Century, International Biographical Centre, Cambridge, England, 2000.

2000 Outstanding Scientists of the 21 th Century — First Edition, International Biographical Centre, Cambridge, England, 2001.


Electronic missile checkout, General Dynamics/Convair Astronautics, San Diego, 1960-1964.

Research associate, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, La Jolla, California, 1965-1968.

Research associate, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, 1968.

Manager of Geophysical Research, AMAX, Golden, Colorado, 1977-1982.

Vice President, Nonlinear Analysis, Inc., Bryan, Texas, 1983-1984.

Visiting and adjunct associate professor of geophysics, Texas A&M Univ., College Station, 1983-1987.

Associate professor of geophysics, University of Missouri – Rolla, 1984-1989.

Coordinator, World Ocean Circulation Experiment (WOCE), Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, 1990-1995.

Database and computer consultant, Boulder, Denver, Colorado Springs, New York, 1995—2001.

President, Equal Justice Foundation, Colorado Springs, 2001—.




Corry, C. E., 1988, Laccoliths, mechanics of emplacement and growth: Geological Society of America, Special Paper 220, 110 p., 5 maps, 1 plate.

Corry, C. E., Herrin, E., McDowell, F. W., and Phillips, K. A., 1990, Geology of the Solitario, Trans-Pecos Texas: Geological Society of America, Special Paper 250, 122 p., 4 maps (WHOI contribution 7592), discussion and reply in Geological Society of America Bulletin, 1994, v. 106, no. 4, p. 560-569 (WHOI contribution 8455).

Corry, C. E., and many others, Domestic violence against men in Colorado, 2001, 1,500+ p.

Professional Papers

Vacquier, V., Uyeda, S., Yasui, M., Sclater, J. G., Corry, C. E., and Watanabe, T., 1966, Heat flow measurements in the northwestern Pacific: Bulletin of the Earthquake Research Institute, Tokyo, v. 44, p. 1519-1535.

Sclater, J. G. and Corry, C. E., 1967, Heat flow; Hawaiian area: Journal of Geophysical Research, v. 72, no. 14, p. 3711-3715.

Vacquier, V., Sclater, J. G., and Corry, C. E., 1967, Heat flow, eastern Pacific: Bulletin of the Earthquake Research Institute, Tokyo, v. 45, p. 375-393.

Corry, C. E., Dubois, C., and Vacquier, V., 1968, Instrument for measuring terrestrial heat flow through the ocean floor: Journal of Marine Research, v. 26, p. 165-177.

Sclater, J. G., Corry, C. E., and Vacquier, V., 1969, The in situ measurement of the thermal conductivity of ocean floor sediments: Journal of Geophysical Research, v. 74, p. 1070-1081.

Corry, C. E., 1975, The emplacement of laccoliths: Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 7, no. 7, p. 1039.

Corry, C. E., 1984, Ferroelectricity in sulfides and related ore minerals (abstract): EOS, Transactions, American Geophysical Union, v. 65, no. 45, p. 1080-1081.

Bieniulis, M. Z., Corry, C. E., Pandey, R. K., and Hoskins, E. R., 1984, Anomalous dielectric behavior in the transition metal chalcogenide, Cu 2 S, chalcocite (abstract): EOS, Transactions, American Geophysical Union, v. 65, no. 45, p. 1106.

Corry, C. E., 1985, Spontaneous polarization associated with porphyry sulfide mineralization: Geophysics, v. 50, no. 6, p. 1020-1034; also see discussion in v. 51, no. 5, p. 1153-1155.

Bieniulis, M. Z., Corry, C. E., and Hoskins, E. R., 1987, Ferroelectricity in natural samples of chalcocite, Cu 2 S: Geophysical Research Letters, v. 14, no. 2, p. 135-138.

Corry, C. E., Emer, D., and Zonge, K. L., 1987, Controlled source audio-frequency magnetotelluric surveys of porphyry sulfide deposits and prospects in the Cordillera of the United States: Proceedings, North American Conference on Tectonic Control of Ore Deposits and the Vertical and Horizontal Extent of Ore Systems, University of Missouri – Rolla, p. 204-213.

Woodbury, C. E., and Corry, C. E., 1987, Gravity and magnetic surveys of the Crooked Creek impact structure, Crawford County, Missouri: Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 19, no. 7, p. 896.

Corry, C. E., Carlson, N. R., and Zonge, K. L., 1988, Case histories of controlled source audio-frequency magnetotelluric surveys: Fifty-Eighth Annual Meeting, Society of Exploration Geophysicists, Expanded Abstracts, v. 1, p. 415-418.

Corry, C. E., 1989, Preliminary investigation of ferroelectric effects in sulfide deposits (abstract): EOS, Transactions, American Geophysical Union, v. 70, no. 15, p. 492.

Corry, C. E., 1994, Investigation of ferroelectric effects in two sulfide deposits, Journal of Applied Geophysics, v. 32, p. 55-72 (WHOI contribution 8403).

Corry, C. E., Stevens, J. B., and Herrin, E., 1994, Discussion of “A Laramide age push-up block: the structures and formation of the Terlingua-Solitario structural block, Big Bend region, Texas,” by R. J. Erdlac in Geol. Soc. Am. Bull., v. 102, no. 8, p. 1065-1076, discussion and reply, v. 106, no. 4, p. 553-559 (WHOI contribution 8456).

Perry, J.W., Corry, C. E., and Madden, T. R., 1996, Monitoring leakage from underground storage tanks using spontaneous polarization (SP) method, Society of Exploration Geophysicists, Sixty-Sixth Annual Meeting, Expanded Abstracts, v. 1, p. 932-935.

Corry, C. E., 1997, Discussion of “Magnetotelluric delineation of the Trillabelle massive sulfide body in Sudbury, Ontario” by D. Livelybrooks, M. Mareschal, E. Blais, and J. T. Smith, Geophysics, v. 61, no. 4, p. 971-986, discussion and reply, v. 62, no. 5, p. 1672-1673.

Corry, C.E., and Fiebert, M., 2001, Controlling domestic violence against men, Sixth International Conference on Family Violence, San Diego, California, Sept. 8-12.

Nyquist, J. E., and Corry, C. E., 2002, Self-potential: The ugly duckling of environmental geophysics, The Leading Edge, Soc. Exploration Geophysicists, Tulsa, v. 21, no. 5, p. 446-451.

Significant Reports


Corry, C. E., 1966, Heat flow manual: Marine Physical Laboratory, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, TM-187, San Diego, CA., 44 p.

Chung, Y., Bell, M. L., Sclater, J. G., and Corry, C. E., 1969, Temperature data from the Pacific abyssal water: Scripps Institution of Oceanography Report No. 69-17, San Diego, CA, 75 p.

Corry, C. E. and Sharp, T., 1969, Chino mine ground water resistivity survey — Stark and McCauley ranches, southwest of Hurley, New Mexico: Kennecott Exploration, Inc., Salt Lake City, Utah, 15 p., 6 maps.

Corry, C. E., 1981, The role of the self potential method in the exploration for molybdenite: AMAX, Climax Molybdenum Co., Golden, CO, 53 p., 7 maps.

Corry, C. E., DeMoully, G. T., and Gerety, M. T., 1983, Field procedure manual for self-potential surveys (PDF, 3.7 MB), Zonge Engineering Research Organization, 3322 East Fort Lowell, Tucson, Arizona 85716, 63 p.

Haisler, W. E. and Corry, C. E., 1984, MAGGIE, A materially and geometrically nonlinear finite element program for static and dynamic analysis of one, two, and three dimensional structures: Nonlinear Analysis, Inc., Bryan, Texas, 205 p.

Corry, C. E. and Townsend, C., 1987, THESIS, A SCRIPT program to format theses and dissertations at University of Missouri – Rolla: University of Missouri – Rolla Computer Center, 75 p.

Corry, C. E., 1989, Geology profession requires more than money to endure, letter, Geotimes, v. 34, no. 12, p. 4.

Joyce, T., Corry, C., and Stalcup, M. (Editors, Rev. 1), 1991, Requirements for WOCE hydrographic programme data reporting, WHPO 90-1, WOCE Report 67/91, 70 p.

John Toole, Bryden, H., McCartney, M., Corry, C., Cook, M., Knapp, G., Jennings, J., Zimmerman, S., Mantyla, A., Cruise Narrative: South Pacific Description Zonal section at 32 S (P06), WOCE One-time survey cruise report, 61 p.

Joyce, T. and Corry, C. (Editors, Rev. 2), 1994, Requirements for WOCE hydrographic programme data reporting, WHPO 90-1, WOCE Report 67/91, 144 p.

Corry, C. E., 1996, Optical, Structural, Electrical, and Magnetic Properties of Ore Minerals, Zonge Engineering and Research Organization.




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