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Member Canadian Geophysical Union
Member American Geophysical Union
Member Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society
AWARDS / EDUCATION
Campbell Scientific Student Paper Award – Canadian Society of Agricultural Meteorology Annual Meeting, Saskatoon, SK, July 16, 2002
Ph.D. Queen's University, 2002; M.Sc. Queen's University, 1993; B.Sc. University of Toronto, 1989
Paul A. Bartlett
Research Scientist - Surface process modelling and measurement
CURRENT S&T / RESEARCH - Contributing towards Environmental Prediction Science through the measurement and modelling of surface processes
- Surface energy, water and carbon budget modelling
- Modelling snow processes and vegetation-snow interaction
- Evaluation and development of the Canadian Land Surface Scheme (CLASS)
- Surface flux measurement
- Land surface heterogeneity parameterizations
PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES / INTERESTS
Eastern Director, Canadian Society of Agricultural and Forest Meteorology
Member of the SnowMIP2 (2nd Snow Models Intercomparison Project) Science Committee
Organized Climate Research Division seminar series (2004-2006)
Bartlett, P.A., M.D. MacKay and D.L. Verseghy. 2006. Modified Snow Algorithms in the Canadian Land Surface Scheme: Model runs and Sensitivity Analysis at Three Boreal Forest Stands. Atmosphere-Ocean. 44:207-222.
MacKay, M.D and P.A. Bartlett. 2006. Estimating canopy snow unloading timescales from observations of albedo and precipitation. Geophysical Research Letters. 33:L19405, doi:1029/2006GL027521.
Bernier, P.Y., P.A. Bartlett, T.A. Black, A.G. Barr, N. Kljun and J.H. McCaughey. 2006. Drought constraints on transpiration and canopy conductance in mature aspen and jack pine stands. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 140:64-78.
Bartlett, P.A., J.H. McCaughey, P.M. Lafleur and D.L. Verseghy. 2003. Modelling evapotranspiration at three boreal forest stands using the CLASS: Tests of parameterizations for canopy conductance and soil evaporation. International Journal of Climatology. 23:427-451.
Bartlett, P.A., J.H. McCaughey, P.M. Lafleur and D.L. Verseghy. 2002. A comparison of the mosaic and aggregated canopy frameworks for representing surface heterogeneity in the Canadian boreal forest using CLASS: A soil perspective. Journal of Hydrology. 266:15-39.
Delage, Y., P.A. Bartlett and J.H. McCaughey. 2002. Study of ‘soft’ night-time surface-layer decoupling over forest canopies in a land-surface model. Boundary-Layer Meteorology. 103:253-276.
Expertise Categories associated with this S&T Expert:Arctic & Northern
Climate Change and Processes
Land Surface/Atmosphere Interactions
Snow Processes and Measurement
Weather & Meteorology
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