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Contact Sylvie Gravel:
Adjunct Professor, Department of Physics, University of Toronto
AWARDS / EDUCATION
Ph.D. Meteorology, McGill University
Research Scientist - Modelling and Integration Research, Air Quality Research
CURRENT S&T / RESEARCH - Contributing to Environment Canada’s mandate to assess risks to Canadians and their environment posed by pollutants or other harmful or dangerous substances
- Numerical modelling of atmospheric chemistry
- Numerical modelling of atmospheric flow
PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES / INTERESTS
Chair of the Scientific Committee of the Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society (CMOS)
Journal paper reviews
Adjunct Professorship with the Department of Physics, University of Toronto
Côté, J., S. Gravel, A. Méthot, A. Patoine, M. Roch and A. Staniforth. 1998. The operational CMC/MRB global environmental multiscale (GEM) model: Part I- Design considerations and formulation. Mon. Wea. Rev. 126:1373-1395.
Côté, J., J.-G. Desmarais, S. Gravel, A. Méthot, A. Patoine, M. Roch and A. Staniforth. 1998. The operational CMC/MRB global environmental multiscale (GEM) model: Part II - Mesoscale results. Mon. Wea. Rev. 126:1397-1418.
Makar, P.A., S. Gravel, V. Chirkov, K.B. Strawbridge, F. Froude, J. Arnold and J. Brook. 2006. Heat flux, urban properties, and regional weather. Atmospheric Environment 40:2750-2766.
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