Daniel Caya, PhD


Professeur-associé, Chercheur, Directeur - Équipe
Simulations Climatiques à Ouranos


caya.daniel@ouranos.ca
Ouranos (18ème étage, Tour Ouest)
Téléphone: (514) 282-6464 poste 340
Télécopieur: (514) 282-7131

 

Formation académique:

Maîtrise - Sciences de l'Atmosphère, Université du Québec à Montréal, 1987.
Doctorat - Sciences de l'Environnement, Université du Québec à Montréal, 1996.

Domaines d'intérêt:

Modélisation régionale du climat, modélisation numérique de l'atmosphère, simulations du climat, scénarios de changements climatiques.

Publications récentes:

de Elia, R. and D. Caya. 2006. Extracting additional information from Taylor diagrams. Sumitted to J. Climate.

de Elia, R., D. Caya, A. Frigon, H. Côté, M. Giguère, D. Paquin, S. Biner, R. Harvey, D. Plummer. 2006. Evaluation of uncertainties in the CRCM-simulated North American climate: nesting-related issues. Submitted to Climate Dynamics.

Jiao, Y., and D. Caya. 2006. An investigation of summer precipitation simulated by the Canadian Regional Climate Model. Mon. Wea. Rev. 134 (3), 919–932.

Music, B., and D. Caya. 2006. Evaluation of the Water Cycle over the Mississippi River Basin as simulated by the Canadian Regiona Climate Model (CRCM). Submitted to Journal of Hydrometeorology.

Plummer DA, Caya D, Frigon A, Côté H, Giguère M, Paquin D, Biner S, Harvey R, de Elia R. 2006. Climate and Climate Change over North America as Simulated by the Canadian RCM. Journal of Climate 19 (13): 3112

Sushama L., R. Laprise, D. Caya, A. Frigon, and M. Slivitzky. 2006. Canadian RCM projected climate change signal and its sensitivity to model errors. Int. J. Climatol. 26 (15) : 2141-2159.

Caya, D., and S. Biner, 2004: Internal variability of RCM simulations over an annual cycle. Clim. Dyn. 22: 33-46.

Faucher, M., D. Caya, J.-F. Saucier, and R. Laprise 2004: Sensitivity of the CRCM atmospheric and the Gulf of St. Lawrence ocean-ice models to each other. Atmos.-Ocean, 42 (2), 85-100.

Saucier, F.J., S. Senneville, S. Prinsenberg, G. Smith, F. Roy, P. Gachon, D. Caya, and R. Laprise, 2004: Modeling the sea ice-ocean seasonal cycle in Hudson Bay, Foxe Basin and Hudson Strait, Canada. Clim. Dyn. 23: 303–326

Sushama, L., R. Laprise, D. Caya,M. Larocque, and M. Slivitzky, 2004: On the variable-lag and variable-velocity cell-to-cell routine schemes for climate models. Atmos.-Ocean 42(4), 221-233.

Anderson C. J., R. W. Arritt, E. S. Takle, Z. Pan, W. J. Gutowski Jr., R. da Silva, D. Caya, J. H. Christensen, D. Luthi, M.A. Gaertenr, C. Gallardo, F. Giorgi, R. Laprise, S.-Y. Hong, C. Jones, H.-M.H. Juang, J. J. Katzfey, J. L. McGregor, W. M. Lapenta, J. W. Larson, J. A. Taylor, G. E. Liston, R. A. Pielke Sr. and J. O. Roads, 2003: Hydrological Processes in Regional Climate Model Simulations of the Central United States Flood of June-July 1993. J. Hydromet., 4, 584-598.

Denis, B., R. Laprise and D. Caya, 2003: Sensitivity of a Regional Climate Model to the spatial resolution and temporal updating frequency of the lateral boundary conditions. Clim. Dyn., 20, 107-126.

Laprise, R., D. Caya, A. Frigon, and D. Paquin, 2003: Current and perturbed climate as simulated by the second-generation Canadian Regional Climate Model (CRCM-II) over north-western North America. Clim. Dyn. 21: 405-421

Lucas-Picher, P., V. K. Arora, D. Caya and R. Laprise, 2003. Implementation of a large-scale variable velocity flow routing algorithm in the Canadian Regional Climate Model (CRCM). Atmos.-Ocean, 41(2), 139-153.

Denis, B., R. Laprise, D. Caya and J. Côté, 2002: Downscaling ability of one-way-nested regional climate models: The Big-Brother experiment. Clim. Dyn. 18, 627-646.

Frigon, A., D. Caya, M. Slivitzky and D. Tremblay, 2002: Investigation of the hydrologic cycle simulated by the Canadian Regional Climate Model over Québec/Labrador territory. Advances in Global Change Research, vol. 10, Climatic Change: Implications for the Hydrological Cycle and for Water Management, Ed. M. Beniston, Kluwer Academic Publishers (Dordrecht et Boston) 31-55.

Goyette, S., M. Beniston, P. Jungo, D. Caya and R. Laprise, 2001: Numerical investigation of an extreme storm with the Canadian RCM: The case study of windstorm VIVIAN, Switzerland, February 27, 1990. Clim. Dyn. 18, 145-168.

Laprise, R., M. Ravi Varma, B. Denis, D. Caya and I. Zawadzki, 2000: Predictability in a nested limited-area-model. Mon. Wea. Rev. 128 (12), 4149-4154.

Caya, D., and R. Laprise, 1999: A semi-implicit semi-Lagrangian regional climate model: The Canadian RCM. Mon. Wea. Rev. 127 (3), 341-362.

Takle, E. S., W. J. Gutowski Jr., R. W. Arritt, Z. Pan, C. J. Anderson, R. Silva, D. Caya, S.-C. Chen, J. H. Christensen, S.-Y. Hong, H.-M. H. Juang, J. J. Katzfey, W. M. Lapenta, R. Laprise, P. Lopez, J. McGregor and J. O. Roads, 1999: Project to Intercompare Regional Climate Simulations (PIRCS): Description and initial results. J. Geophys. Res., 104 (19), 443-19,462.

Laprise, R., D. Caya, M. Giguère, G. Bergeron, H. Côté, J.-P. Blanchet, G. J. Boer and N. McFarlane, 1998: Climate and Climate Change in Western Canada as Simulated by the Canadian Regional Climate Model. Atmos.-Ocean 36 (2), 119-167.

Laprise, R., D. Caya, G. Bergeron and M. Giguère, 1997: The formulation of André Robert MC2 (Mesoscale Compressible Community) model. Atmos.-Ocean 35 (1), 195-220.

Caya, D., R. Laprise, M. Giguère, G. Bergeron, J.-P. Blanchet, B.-J. Stocks, G.-J. Boer and N.A. McFarlane, 1995: Description of the Canadian Regional Climate Model. Water, Air and Soil Pollution, 82 (1/2), 477-482. (Also reproduced in the book: Boreal Forests and Global Change).

Frigon, A., M. Slivitzky and D. Caya. 2006. Hydrology of Northern Quebec as seen by the Canadian Regional Climate Model. Research activities in Atmospheric and Oceanic Modelling, WMO/TD, edited by J. Côté, April 2006, xx.

Lucas-Picher, P., D. Caya and S. Biner. 2006. Relation between RCM’s internal variability and residency time of the atmospheric parcels into the limited area domain. Research activities in Atmospheric and Oceanic Modelling, WMO/TD, edited by J. Côté, April 2006, xx.

Music, B., and D. Caya. 2006. Evaluation and validation of the hydrological cycle simulated by the Canadian Regional Climate Model (CRCM) using an integrative approach. Research activities in Atmospheric and Oceanic Modelling, WMO/TD, edited by J. Côté, April 2006, xx.



Mise à jour: 06/02/07