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Marco BRAUN

Marco Braun

Hydroclimatology Specialist, Ouranos

Marco Braun is a physical geographer at the Ouranos Consortium, with a strong background in climatology and hydrology.

After earning his PhD at the Ludwig Maximilians University in Munich (LMU) he continued his career as a post-doc at the Canada Research Chair in Regional Climate Modeling at UQAM in Montreal.

Equipped with his abilities in informatics, data mining and remote sensing, he has several years of experience in the analysis and post-processing of global and regional climate model data.

As a member of the Climate Scenarios and Services Group, he is responsible for climate scenarios related to the water and energy resources programs at Ouranos, helping collaborators of the consortium to enhance their climate resilience. He is currently leading a project aimed at a collection of best practice examples of climate change adaptation in the energy sector from around the world.

Marco is a member of the Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society (CMOS) and the European Geosciences Union (EGU). He is a regular presenter at national and international workshops and conferences.
 

Associated sessions

8 May
09:00 - 12:00

Workshop 3: Climate resilience for hydropower projects (8 May, morning)

Type: Focus session
Co-convenors: World Bank Group

Many countries are seeking a better understanding of climate change impacts – both positive and negative - and are beginning to build strategies and approaches to incorporate climate resilience into... (Read more)