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Dr. Norm McFarlane

Canadian Centre for Climate Modelling and Analysis

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Senior Visiting Scientist
Canadian Centre for Climate Modelling and Analysis
SCI A213
Telephone: 250-363-8230
Fax: 250-363-8247


  • B.Sc. (Physics) - University of Alberta (1962)
  • M.Sc. (Meteorology) - McGill University (1970)
  • Ph.D. (Atmospheric Siences) - University of Michigan (1974)

Research Interests

  • Numerical modelling of the general circulation of the atmosphere from the surface to the mesopause.
  • Development and use of comprehensive models of the climate system.
  • Parameterization of physical processes in atmospheric and oceanic general circulation models.


Articles in Refereed Journals (2005-2009)
Articles in other publications (2005-2009)
  • Farahani, E., N. McFarlaner, R.L. Batchelor, R.L. Collins, V.L. Harvey. N.J. Livesy, G.L. Manney, M.L. Santee, K. Strong, K.A. Walker, 2009, Features of the Arctic stratosphere during IPY, SPARC Newsletter No. 33, 6-13.
  • McFarlane, N., A. Ravishankara, and A. O'Neill, 2005, From Ozone Hole to Chemical limate Prediction, WMO Bulletin, 54 (2), 65-74.
  • McFarlane, N.A., J. F. Scinocca, M. Lazare, R. Harvey, D. Verseghy, and J. Li, 2005: The CCCma third generation atmospheric general circulation model. CCCma Internal Rep., 25 pp.


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