Dr. Daniel Nadeau

Dr. Daniel Nadeau

Awards

NSERC discovery grant (‘Analyse multiéchelle de l’évaporation des lacs en milieu boréal pour une gestion améliorée des ressources hydriques’, 160 k$, 2016-2021)
NSERC CRD grant (‘Modélisation hydrologique avec bilan énergétique (ÉVAP)’, 1.07 M$, 2015-2019)
NSERC CRD grand (‘Observation et modélisation de l’évaporation nette d’un complexe hydroélectrique en milieu boréal (empreinte eau’, 977 k$, 2018-2021)

Biography

Dr. Daniel Nadeau is an associate professor in the Department of Civil and Water Engineering at Laval University. He specializes in the measurement, analysis and modeling of land-atmosphere interactions in complex terrain. He has authored several publications on slope flows and transition phenomena in the atmospheric boundary layer.

Selected Publications

Field observations of the morning transition over a steep slope in a narrow alpine valley
Nadeau DF, HJ Oldroyd, ER Pardyjak, N Sommer, SW Hoch, MB Parlange
Environmental Fluid Mechanics 1-22 (2018)
DOI: 10.1007/s10652-018-9582-z

The evolution and sensitivity of katabatic flow dynamics to external influences through the evening transition
Jensen DD, DF Nadeau, SW Hoch, ER Pardyjak
Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 143(702):423-438 (Jan 2017 Part A)

The MATTERHORN: Unraveling the Intricacies of Mountain Weather
Fernando HJS, ER Pardyjak, SD Sabatino, FK Chow, SFJD Wekker et al.
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 96(11):1945-1967 (Nov 2015)

Similarity scaling over a steep alpine slope
Nadeau DF, ER Pardyjak, CW Higgins, MB Parlange
Boundary-Layer Meteorology 147(3):401-419 (June 2013)

Flow during the evening transition over steep alpine slopes
Nadeau DF, ER Pardyjak, CW Higgins, H Huwald, MB Parlange
Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 139(672):607-624 (April 2013 Part A)