Dr. Nigel Roulet

Professor of Geography, McGill School of Environment

Dr. Nigel Roulet is a Professor of Geography and former Director of the McGill School of Environment. He was the Director of the Centre for Climate and Global Change Research at McGill University from 1996 until 2002.

Dr. Roulet’s research interests focus on the interaction of ecosystem hydrology, climatology, and ecology of the temperate, boreal, and arctic ecosystems. He is currently the lead scientist of the Eastern Peatland team (formally the Peatland Carbon Study) of Fluxnet – Canada. He is also the principal investigator of the Canadian Global Coupled Climate Carbon Model (CGC3M) network. Nigel is active in the climate and global change community having been involved in the United Nation Environmental Program assessment of climate change, called the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.

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