9am – 10:30am pacific | 12 noon – 1:30pm eastern
Environment Canada is currently working on the 2.5 km High Resolution Deterministic Prediction system (HRDPS), expected to become operational next year.
This webinar-style meeting will highlight some of the health databases that CANUE researchers typically use, and provide an overview of these new weather/climate datasets. The overall objective of the meeting is to explore the utility of HRDPS data sets for conducting health research, and identify which health databases might be of most interest, as a first step in working together to advance our research agendas.
Overview of cohorts/health databases and opportunities for weather/climate research
Presentation: Environment Canada
HRDPS model/outputs, reanalysis opportunities
Priorities for data development/linkage