Benjamin Page has a background in geospatial analysis and the remote sensing of inland waters. After earning his B.S. degree in biology from the University of Minnesota-Duluth, he completed the M.S. program at the University of Georgia in geography. For his M.S. research, he developed algorithms for atmospheric correction and satellite techniques to assess cyanobacteria bloom phenology. He also worked on geospatial data projects for NASA's DEVELOP and SERVIR programs, with a recent focus on remote sensing to monitor inland water quality with applications to the African Great Lakes.