Associate Director of Software Development, One Water Solutions Insitute
Tyler Wible is the Associate Director of Software Development at the One Water Solutions Institute at Colorado State University (CSU). He has managed numerous high-impact research projects including the Missouri River Recovery Program’s Information Management System, Flood Potential Portal, stream impairment assessment, riparian habitat assessment, watershed prioritization, nutrient regulation, watershed assessment, Salinity Information Management Systems (SIMS), river cross-section analysis, and gauged and ungauged flow analysis. He also began as a lead eRAMS developmer on a number of those tools ranging from gauge and ungagged flow analysis to watershed scale health and vulnerability assessment. Tyler is the lead contact for the Colorado Water Quality Collaborative Network at OWSI. Tyler is currently co-located at both CSU’s Department of Civil & Engineering (Fort Collins) and CSU Spur (Denver) campuses.
Wible’s major research interests include the assessment of nutrients and impacts at the watershed scale, stream flow analysis tools, and integrated surface water-groundwater modeling. Tyler received both his BS and MS degrees from CSU in Civil & Environmental Engineering. His masters in Hydrologic Sciences and Resources Management focused on the coupling of the SWAT and MODFLOW surface and subsurface watershed models respectively and cloud infrastructure for improved access to stream flow analysis tools. He recently completed a Masters in Business Administration (MBA) from Western Governors University and is an active member of the Engineering Honor Society Tau Beta Pi and currently serves as the Chief Advisor for the CSU student chapter.
Urban Water Planning & Assessment
Water Quality Assessment
Agricultural BMP Edge of Field Modeling
M.B.A. 2023, Western Governors University
M.S. 2014 , Colorado State University – Civil & Environmental Engineering
B.S. 2012, Colorado State University – Civil & Environmental Engineering