Daniel F. Nadeau
Daniel F. Nadeau
Associate Professor, Université Laval
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The MATERHORN - Unraveling the intricacies of mountain weather
HJS Fernando, S Pardyjak, ER, Di Sabatino, SFJ Chow, FK, De Wekker, ...
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 2015
Flow during the evening transition over steep Alpine slopes
DF Nadeau, ER Pardyjak, CW Higgins, H Huwald, MB Parlange
Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 139 (672), 607-624, 2012
A simple model for the afternoon and early evening decay of convective turbulence over different land surfaces
DF Nadeau, ER Pardyjak, CW Higgins, HJS Fernando, MB Parlange
Boundary-layer meteorology 141 (2), 301-324, 2011
Estimation of urban sensible heat flux using a dense wireless network of observations
DF Nadeau, W Brutsaert, MB Parlange, E Bou-Zeid, G Barrenetxea, ...
Environmental fluid mechanics 9 (6), 635-653, 2009
Similarity scaling over a steep alpine slope
DF Nadeau, ER Pardyjak, CW Higgins, MB Parlange
Boundary-Layer Meteorology 147 (3), 401-419, 2013
Hydrologic response of an alpine watershed: Application of a meteorological wireless sensor network to understand streamflow generation
S Simoni, S Padoan, DF Nadeau, M Diebold, A Porporato, G Barrenetxea, ...
Water Resources Research 47 (10), 2011
Increasing contribution of peatlands to boreal evapotranspiration in a warming climate
M Helbig, JM Waddington, P Alekseychik, BD Amiro, M Aurela, AG Barr, ...
Nature Climate Change 10, 555–560, 2020
Monthly gridded data product of northern wetland methane emissions based on upscaling eddy covariance observations
O Peltola, T Vesala, Y Gao, O Räty, P Alekseychik, M Aurela, B Chojnicki, ...
Earth System Science Data 11, 1263–1289, 2019
Summer methane fluxes from a boreal bog in northern Quebec, Canada, using eddy covariance measurements
DF Nadeau, AN Rousseau, C Coursolle, M HA, MB Parlange
Atmospheric Environment 81, 464-474, 2013
Observations of near-surface heat-flux and temperature profiles through the early evening transition over contrasting surfaces
DD Jensen, DF Nadeau, SW Hoch, ER Pardyjak
Boundary-Layer Meteorology, 2015
An algorithm for delineating and extracting hillslopes and hillslope width functions from gridded elevation data
P Noël, AN Rousseau, C Paniconi, DF Nadeau
Journal of Hydrologic Engineering 19 (2), 366–374, 2014
Impacts of high precipitation on the energy and water budgets of a humid boreal forest
PE Isabelle, DF Nadeau, F Anctil, AN Rousseau, S Jutras, B Music
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 280, 107813, 2020
Solar radiation transmittance of a boreal balsam fir canopy: Spatiotemporal variability and impacts on growing season hydrology
PE Isabelle, DF Nadeau, MH Asselin, R Harvey, KN Musselman, ...
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 263, 1-14, 2018
Playa soil moisture and evaporation dynamics during the MATERHORN field program
C Hang, DF Nadeau, DD Jensen, SW Hoch, ER Pardyjak
Boundary-Layer Meteorology, 2015
A case study of the mechanisms modulating the evolution of valley fog
C Hang, DF Nadeau, I Gultepe, C Roman-Cascon, K Pryor, ...
Pure and Applied Geophysics 173, 3011–3030, 2016
Application of the maximum entropy production model of evapotranspiration over partially vegetated water-limited land surfaces
I Hajji, DF Nadeau, B Music, F Anctil, J Wang
Journal of Hydrometeorology 19, 989–1005, 2018
The evolution and sensitivity of katabatic flow dynamics to external influences through the evening transition
DD Jensen, DF Nadeau, SW Hoch, ER Pardyjak
Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 143, 423-438, 2017
Modelling snow water equivalent and spring runoff in a boreal watershed, James Bay, Canada
M Oreiller, DF Nadeau, M Minville, AN Rousseau
Hydrological Processes 28 (25), 5991-6005, 2014
Comparing the performance of the Maximum Entropy Production (MEP) model with a land surface scheme in simulating surface energy fluxes
M Alves, B Music, DF Nadeau, F Anctil
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 124, 3279-3300, 2019
A field evaluation of soil moisture modelling with the Soil, Vegetation, and Snow (SVS) land surface model using evapotranspiration observations as forcing data
A Maheu, F Anctil, É Gaborit, V Fortin, DF Nadeau, R Therrien
Journal of Hydrology 558, 532-545, 2018
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