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Jeremy Carlston

Jeremy Carlston

Water Resources Engineer


MS, Civil Engineering, Colorado State University
BS, Civil Engineering, Colorado State University

Jeremy Carlston, a member of the RTI Center for Water Resources, specializes in hydrologic and hydraulic models as well as their implementation in forecasting and decision-support systems. With an academic background in fluid mechanics and hydraulic engineering, Mr. Carlston supports projects that help clients around the U.S. and the world calibrate and implement models and institute best practices for water resources management.

Currently, Mr. Carlston is managing or working on projects for three clients in Panama: The Panama Canal Authority, AES Panama, and IMHPA. For the latter, he recently worked with a small team to design, build, and implement a pilot forecast system for inflows to key hydroelectric assets in the Chiriquí watershed using the Delft-FEWS software platform. For the Idaho Power Company, he is also leading a multi-year effort to develop new precipitation and temperature datasets which they then used to recalibrate hydrologic models in the Snake River watershed.

Mr. Carlston joined RTI in 2017. Previously, he was a water resources engineer at WBCM, where he designed and inspected best-management practices for TMDL compliance in the Chesapeake Bay region. He is a licensed professional engineer in Colorado, a skilled Python and MATLAB programmer, and experienced with Linux, NWS and HEC models, and CHPS-FEWS. He is highly proficient in Spanish.

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