David Huard is a geophysicist with a wide range of interests including climate, hydrology, sea ice and probability theory. After a PhD on hydrological model calibration and a postdoc on sea ice modeling, he worked for Ouranos, a consortium specializing in regional climatology. He then acted as a consultant, solving scientific problems for academics, government and industry for over two years. David is now back with Ouranos, coordinating the Energy program and managing the development of a web platform for climate services.

An ice continent in the middle of the Canadian Arctic Archipelago.

Ice pack in the Canadian Arctic Archipelago.