David Lyder, PhD, PEng

Company: AESRD
Position: Air Emissions Engineer
Presentation: A Quick Look at Current Air Quality Modelling Being Undertaken by Alberta Environment and Sustainable Resource Development in the Context of Cumulative Effects Management
David Lyder is an air emissions engineer with the Air Policy Group of Alberta Environment and Sustainable Resource Development. He started with the department in 2008 with the focus of his work being modelling or modelling related issues on a provincial or national/international scale. Prior to this David worked as a freelance research scientist for a number of different agencies looking at modelling and characterizing a variety of natural systems ranging from the effects of climate change on forest growth to the detection of cracks in egg shells using real-time imagery. David graduated from the University of Victoria in 1997 with a PhD in observational astronomy.