- MS New Mexico State University 2019
Tyler is pursuing his passion for native trout conservation. After earning his B.A. in Biology at McKendree University in Southern Illinois, Tyler worked for the summer on the Ashley National Forest in Utah. Tyler is currently working on establishing a stream temperature and intermittency monitoring network in the Gila National Forest and hopes to expand his research to better aide in the determination and protection of critical habitat for Gila trout.
|Research Publications||Publication Date|
Wallin, T. and C.A. Caldwell. Comparative assessment of laboratory-derived thermal maxima of Gila Trout (Oncorhynchus gilae) with current stream temperatures. The Southwestern Naturalist 66(4):317-326.
|Wallin, T.J., and C.A. Caldwell. 2020. Status of an iconic Gila Trout population five years after the Whitewater Baldy Wildfire. 53rd Joint Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society and the Arizona and New Mexico Wildlife Societies. Flagstaff, Arizona.||February 2020|
|Wallin, T.J. and C.A. Caldwell. 2019. Comparison of Critical Thermal Limits of Three Gila Trout Lineages with Temperature Regimes of Recovery Streams in the Gila River drainage. 52nd Joint Annual Meeting of the New Mexico and Arizona Wildlife Society and the AZ/NM Chapter of the American Fisheries Society. Albuquerque, New Mexico, 4 February.||February 2019|
|Wallin, T. and C.A. Caldwell. 2016. Gila National Forest Stream Temperature and Intermittency Monitoring Network to Assess Effects of a Changing Climate for Native Fishes of Special Interest. Desert Fishes Council, Albuquerque, New Mexico. 15-19 November.||November 2016|