National Center for Atmospheric Research
Dr. Mari Tye is a Researcher at the National Center for Atmospheric Research, Boulder CO, and the Chair of the American Society of Civil Engineer’s Committee on Adaptation to a Changing Climate. Mari’s research focusses on the analysis of extreme weather and climate events in current and future climate, and the translation of this information into useable knowledge for decision-makers and designers. Mari completed her PhD in statistical climatology at Newcastle University, UK, spending part of that time as a Policy Intern with the Scottish Government’s Climate Change Adaptation Team. Mari is also a Corporate Member of the Institution of Civil Engineers. During her time as a civil engineering consultant in the UK, Mari led a design team delivering minor infrastructure designs, sustainable drainage solutions and flood mitigation solutions.