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Abigaïl Dah

Climate Data and Mapping Research Assistant

Abigaïl is a Climate Data and Mapping Research Assistant at PCIC, where her work focuses on expanding PCIC’s downscaling capabilities to address requirements at even higher resolution than the downscaling products PCIC offers today. In the course of her studies, Abigail became interested in numerical modelling and data processing and their application to the field of climate science. She arrived in Victoria last spring for an internship at UVic, in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics, where she worked on coastal convection modelling with Dr. Boualem Khouider. In October of 2022, she graduated with her Master of Science in Atmospheric, Ocean and Climate Sciences from the National School of Meteorology (ENM) in Toulouse France. Following this, Abigaïl moved back to Victoria to start working at PCIC as a climate data and mapping research assistant. Her hobbies include hiking (especially since arriving in Victoria) as well as singing, playing the guitar, rugby, boxing and running.

  • Engineering Diploma, Fluid Mechanics, Energy, and Environment, École nationale supérieure d'électrotechnique, d'électronique, d'informatique, d'hydraulique et des télécommunications (Water and Environmental Science), Toulouse, France.
  • MSc., National School of Meteorology (Atmospheric, Ocean and Climate Sciences), Toulouse, France.