450 Laurel Street
Baton Rouge LA 70801
- M.S., Geology, Louisiana State University, 2001
- B.S., Geology, Louisiana State University, 1997
Joe Wyble is an environmental scientist/geologist with 9 years of experience. He has a substantial background in field data collection and teaching with over three years’ experience in data collection, data analysis, and technical writing as a Graduate Teaching Assistant at Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Joe has a strong background in field mapping and surveying. He has conducted extensive field studies in Colorado and Venezuela, and has co-authored a report on the roadside geology of Venezuela published by the Louisiana State University Department of Geology and Geophysics. He conducted a three-month mapping expedition in Tanqua Karoo, South Africa, to obtain data for his M.S. thesis. Joe has managed and/or participated in over 50 projects, researching and contributing information on such subjects as the geologic history, geomorphology, hydrology, biodiversity, and historic land use of the various project sites. He has conducted field reconnaissance for many of these reports, performing windshield and afloat surveys to observe land use in the project areas and note potential items of environmental concern. At Brown and Caldwell, Joe has been a deputy project manager for the FY2011 Annual Plan, project manager of the FY2012 Annual Plan, and a task coordinator for the 2012 Master Plan Update’s structure and non-structural components.