André St-Hilaire

Science Director, CRI

Dr. André St-Hilaire is a professor in Hydrology at INRS, Université du Québec in Québec City. He is a member of the Hydroclimatic Statistics Research Group at that same university. He holds a BSc in Physics and Oceanography from Royal Roads Military College (BC), a Masters of Applied Sciences in estuarine hydrodynamics from Université de Moncton and a PhD in Water Science from INRS. His current research focuses on environmental hydrology, with an emphasis on hydrological extremes as well as hydrological, habitat  and water quality modelling with recent developments in water temperature and river sediment. In addition, to being a CRI Science Director, André is:

  • A member of the Global Environmental and Climate Change Center (GEC3) research network
  • A member of the Centre Interuniversitaire de recherche sur le saumon Atlantique (CIRSA)
  • On the editorial board of the Canadian Water Resources Journal
  • President of the Canadian Water Resources Association