Scientific Advisory Committee

Mandate

The mandate of SLGO's Scientific Advisory Committee is to make recommendations that will allow the identification of collaborative projects opportunities between active members by taking into account the latest SLGO data-driven contributions, as described in the Participation Agreements, and in the identification of project enhancement opportunities and/or for financial leverage purposes, (e.g., GeoConnections,) dedicated to the review and prioritization of received proposals in response to an annual call for tender conducted amongst active members through assessing their relevance in respect to SLGO's mandate.

Members

The Scientific Advisory Committee is composed of one representative of a higher scientific management level from each of SLGO's active member organizations, the SLGO's chief executive and/or SLGO's Web development coordinator. Each designated representative must know the clientele and be able to effectively communicate the organization's priorities and objectives.

He/she must have a solid understanding of SLGO's mission as well as the areas of interest of its members' community in order to collaborate efficiently with these organizations, contribute to developing a common strategic vision and participate in the elaboration of informed recommendations destined to SLGO's Board of Directors.

[Updated : 2016.07.26]

St. Lawrence Global Observatory - SLGO Claude Tremblay
 

Members

 
Fisheries and Oceans Canada - DFO Charley Cyr
Environment and Climate Change Canada - ECCC Serge Villeneuve
Forêts, Faune et Parcs - MFFP Marc Mingelbier
Université du Québec à Rimouski - UQAR/ISMER Cédric Chavane
Université Laval Ladd Johnson
Institut national de la recherche scientifique - INRS Patrice Couture
Agriculture, Pêcheries et Alimentation - MAPAQ Madeleine Nadeau Julie Boyer
Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières - UQTR Gilbert Cabana
Québec-Océan Brigitte Robineau
 

Observers

 
Canadian Space Agency - CSA Guy Aubé

Operations

The Committee must hold at least two meetings per year. A planning meeting must take place before the annual business cycle. A minimum presence of two members (or substitutes) is mandatory to validate any decision. The Chairman or any other member of the Board may participate in all of the Committee meetings.