Éric Girard

Éric Girard

Département des sciences de la Terre et de l'atmosphère

Poste : Professeur

Courriel : girard.eric@uqam.ca

Téléphone : (514) 987-3000 poste 3325

Local : PK-6435

Domaines d'expertise

  • Climatologie
  • Météorologie
  • climat arctique
  • Interactions aérosol-nuage-radiation

Langues

  • Français
  • Anglais
Informations générales

Liens d’intérêt

Unités de recherche

  • Centre pour l'étude et la simulation du climat à l'échelle régionale (ESCER)
  • Chaire de recherche du Canada en modélisation régionale du climat
Enseignement et supervision

Cours

Publications
  • Articles scientifiques

    Articles in referred publications (accepted or published)

    17. Eastwood, M.L., S. Cremel, M. Wheeler, B.J. Murray, E. Girard and A. Bertram. 2009: The effect of sulphuric acid and ammonium sulfate coatings on the ice nucleation properties of kaolinite particles. Geophysical Research Letters, 36, L02811, doi:10.1029/2008GL035997. (original idea and experimental design)
    16. Eastwood, M.L., S. Cremel, M. Wheeler, B.J. Murray, E. Girard and A. Bertram. 2008: Ice nucleation on mineral dust particles: onset conditions, nucleation rate and contact angles. J. Geophys. Res., 113, D22203, doi:10.1029/2008JD010639. (original idea and experimental design)
    15. Wyser, K., Jones, C.G., Willén, U., Du, P., Girard, E., and 15 others. 2008. An evaluation of the cloud and radiation processes simulated by 8 ARCMIP Regional Climate Models for the Arctic SHEBA year. Clim. Dyn. 30, 203-223. (original idea, experimental design, result analysis)
    14. Girard, E., and A. Stefanof, 2007 : Assessment of the dehydration-greenhouse feedback over the Arctic during February 1990. Int. J. Clim., 27, 1047-1058. (original idea, experimental design, result analysis, writting)
    13. Rinke, A.K. Dethloff, J. Cassano, J.H. Christensen, J.A. Curry, P. Du, E. Girard, J.-E. Haugen, D. Jacob, C.G. Jones, M. Køltzow, A.H. Lynch, S. Pfeifer, M.C Serreze, M.J. Shaw, M. Tjernström, K. Wyser, M. Zagar, 2006: Evaluation of an ensemble of Arctic regional climate models: Spatial patterns and height profiles, Clim. Dyn. 26, 459-472. (original idea, result analysis)
    12. Girard, E. et B. Bekcic, 2005: Sensitivity of an Arctic regional climate model to the horizontal resolution : Implications for aerosols., Int. J. Clim., 25, 1455-1471. (original idea, experimental design, result analysis, writting)
    11. Hu, R.M., J.-P.Blanchet, and E.Girard, 2005: Aerosol effect on surface cloud radiative forcing in the Arctic, Atmos Chem and Phys., 5, 9039-9063. (original idea, experimental design, result analysis)
    10. Hu, R.M., J.-P.Blanchet, and E.Girard, 2005: Evaluation of the direct and indirect radiative and climate effects of aerosols over the western Arctic. Journal of Geophysical Research, 110, D11213, doi:10.1029/2004JD005043. (original idea, experimental design, result analysis)
    9. Girard, E., J.-P. Blanchet, et Y. Dubois, 2005 : Effects of sulphuric acid aerosols on wintertime low-level atmospheric ice crystals, humidity, and temperature at Alert, Nunavut. Atmos. Res., 73, 131-148. (original idea, experimental design, result analysis, writting)

    Articles in referred publications (submitted)

    1) Du, P., E. Girard, A.K. Bertram and M.D. Shupe, 2010: Modelling of the cloud and radiation processes observed during SHEBA. Atmospheric Research. (original idea, experimental design, result analysis, co-writting)
    2) Simjanovski, D., E. Girard and P. Du, 2010: An evaluation of cloud and radiation processes simulated by the limited-area version of the Global Multiscale Environmental Model for the Arctic SHEBA year. Atmosphere-Ocean. (original idea, experimental design, result analysis, co-writting)

Département des sciences de la Terre et de l’atmosphère

Le Département des sciences de la Terre et de l’atmosphère offre 10 programmes répartis entre les sciences de la Terre et les sciences de l’atmosphère. Nos formations comprennent des stages, laboratoires, simulations ou sorties sur le terrain. Tout en mettant l’accent sur l'interdisciplinarité, nos formations développent les compétences professionnelles pour les préparer à intégrer le marché du travail.

Coordonnées

Université du Québec à Montréal
Département des sciences de la Terre
et de l'atmosphère
201, avenue du Président-Kennedy
Local PK-6150
Montréal, Québec, H2X 3Y7

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