Bruce Davison has a Bachelor of Applied Science in Systems Design Engineering and a Masters of Applied Science in Civil Engineering from the University of Waterloo. His PhD is in Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences at McGill University. Bruce is currently a hydrologist and water resources Engineer with Environment Canada. As the head of the National Hydrological Service’s Transboundary Waters Unit for Western and Northern Canada, he and his team are responsible for ensuring that a number of Canada’s obligations are met with respect to interprovincial and international (Canada-United States) transboundary waters. His primary research expertise is in hydrometeorological modelling, including incorporating physical or statistical processes into models, operationalization of modelling tools, incorporating software engineering tools into model development, and models used for decision making.