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Florent Domine
Takuvik Joint International Laboratory
Université Laval (Canada) and CNRS (France) 
Pavillon Alexandre Vachon
1045 avenue de la Médecine
Quebec, QC, G1V 0A6
Canada
 Ph. + 1 418 656 2131 Ext. 7387
florent.domine "at " takuvik.ulaval.ca

Florent Domine is currently a "Directeur de Recherche", a CNRS position at Takuvik Joint International Laboratory, hosted by Université Laval in Quebec city.
His current fields of research are snow physics and snow chemistry, as related to climate change and permafrost decay.

Professional positions :
2011 - present: Directeur de Recherche, Takuvik, Quebec, Canada
1998 - 2011 : Directeur de Recherche, LGGE, Grenoble, France
2003 - 2004 : Visiting Professor, University of Alaska Fairbanks, USA
1996 - 1997 : Research engineer at Elf Exploration Production, Pau, France
1991 - 1996 : Chargé de Recherche, LGGE, Grenoble, France
1987 - 1990 : Research associate, NOAA Aeronomy Laboratory, Boulder, CO, USA
1983 - 1987 : Attaché de Recherche, Laboratoire de Géologie,
                     Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris
Research Field :
Snow physics, climate and permafrost interactions
Snow physics and chemistry, air-snow interactions
Snow physics and chemistry
Organic geochemistry
Atmospheric trace gases - ice interactions
Atmospheric reactions of sulfur compounds
Organic Geochemistry


Education :
1987 : PhD, Organic Geochemistry, University of Paris
1983 : MSc, Chemical Physics, University of Paris
1980 : BSc, Earth Sciences, University of Paris
1979 - 1983 : Student at Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris
Ruth Gorge, Denali, Alaska. Doing snow work with Stef Houdier