Trevor is a climate scientist with an undergraduate degree in Physics and Astronomy Co-op from the University of Victoria (1995) and a Master of Science in Earth and Ocean Sciences from the University of Victoria (1997). Trevor currently leads the Regional Climate Impacts Theme at Pacific Climate Impacts Consortium (PCIC).
For the past 20 years, he has worked on applications of climate research to assist decision-making and planning. Trevor’s work has focused on climate scenarios and online mapping tools, downscaling to high resolution, analysis of historical climate data and improvement of seasonal climate predictions.
His current interests include: use of climate projections at the community level, impacts of climate change on biodiversity, and analysis of results from regional climate models and other forms of downscaling.
Presenting | T9: Climate, Health, Equity and You