Profiles

Title: Senior Research Scientist - Head, Particulate Characterization, Analysis and Air Quality Section
Organization: Environment and Climate Change Canada
Title: Research Scientist, Inhalation Toxicology Laboratory
Role: Leading a research program investigating mechanisms underlying health impacts of inhaled pollutants and identifying determinants of toxicity. 
Organization: Health Canada
Title: Senior Climate Science Advisor
Role: Provide advice related to change change science.
Organization: Environment and Climate Change Canada
Title: Research Scientist - Air Quality Research
Organization: Environment and Climate Change Canada
Title: Scientist - Study Leader, Atmospheric Greenhouse Gases: Measurements and Interpretation
Organization: Environment and Climate Change Canada
Title: Scientist in Air Quality Modeling - Issue response in air quality (modelling & analysis)
Role: Responsibilities of the AQMAS team: Transfer of innovations to air quality prediction systems for operational implementation Verification and maintenance of air quality prediction systems Production of air quality analyzes to support the development or...
Organization: Environment and Climate Change Canada
Title: Research Scientist
Role: Chasing atmospheric greenhouse gases at the subnational scale as member of the Climate Chemistry Measurement and Research section of Environment and Climate Change Canada
Organization: Environment and Climate Change Canada
Title: Research Scientist
Role: Mainly on R&DD in the science and technologies in the Clean Fossil Fuels team, and currently focusing on the Carbon Capture and Utilization/Storage (CCUS).
Organization: Natural Resources Canada
Title: Senior Research Scientist - Atmospheric research using ozonesondes, aircraft and satellite observations, including field and model process studies of tropospheric ozone and other chemical species
Organization: Environment and Climate Change Canada
Title: Research Scientist - Atmospheric Chemistry - Climate Change Research
Role: I develop a numerical representation of chemical reactions that happens in the atmosphere. The 'chemistry' is included in the ECCC climate model and allows us to study interactions between climate change and issues like the stratospheric ozone layer and...
Organization: Environment and Climate Change Canada
Location: Canadian Centre for Climate Modelling and Analysis (Montreal, QC)

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