Nadeau, Louis-Philippe

Professeur en océanographie physique

Département : Institut des sciences de la mer de Rimouski

Campus : Campus de Rimouski

Courriel :

Téléphone : 418 723-1986, poste 1917

Téléphone sans frais : 1 800 511-3382, poste 1917

Bureau : O-254

Domaines de recherche :

  • Océanographie physique
  • Dynamique de l'océan
  • Modélisation numérique de l'océan
  • Courant circumpolaire Antarctique
  • Dynamique du plateau continental

Recherches et expertises

Postes et formation/Positions and education
  • ISMER (2015- ) Professeur
  • McGill (2017- )  Professeur adjoint
  • MIT (2013-2014) Postdoc (with R. Ferrari)
  • NYU (2010-2012) Postdoc (with D. M. Holland) 
  • McGill (2010) PhD in Physical Oceanography (with D. N. Straub) 
  • Université Laval (2002) M.Sc. in Physics (with H. Kröger)

Publications et communications


Articles / Publications 

  • Renaud, A., Nadeau, L.-P. and Venaille, A. (Submitted). Periodicity disruption of a model quasi-biennial oscillation. Physical Review Letters.

  • Clary J., Nadeau, L.-P. and Chavanne, C. (Submitted). The effect of measurement limitations on high frequency radar derived spectral energy fluxes. Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology.
  • Nadeau, L.-P., Ferrari, R. and Jansen, M.F. (2019). Antarctic Sea Ice Control on the Depth of the North Atlantic Deep Water. Accepted in Journal of Climate.
  • Jansen, M. and Nadeau, L.-P. (2019). A toy model for the response of the residual overturning circulation to surface warming. Accepted in Journal of Physical Oceanography.

  • Jansen, M.F., Nadeau, L.-P. and Merlis. (2018). Transient versus Equilibrium Response of the Ocean’s Overturning Circulation to Warming. Journal of Climate. 31 : 5147-5163.
  • Ferrari, R. Nadeau, L.-P., Marshall, D., Allison, L. and Jonhson, H. (2017). A Model of the Ocean Overturning Circulation with Two Closed Basins and a Reentrant Channel. Journal of Physical Oceanography, 47, 12
  • Grooms, I. and Nadeau, L.-P. (2016). The effects of mesoscale ocean-atmosphere coupling on the quasigeostrophic double gyre. Fluids 1 (4), 34.
  • Jansen, M.F. and Nadeau, L.-P. (2016). The Effect of Southern Ocean Buoyancy Loss on the Deep Ocean Circulation and Stratification. Journal of Physical Oceanography, 46, 3455–3470 
  • Stern, A., Nadeau, L.-P. and Holland, D.M. (2015). Instability and mixing of ocean jets along an idealized Antarctic continental shelf break. Journal of Physical Oceanography, 45, 2315–2338.
  • Nadeau, L.-P. and Ferrari, R. (2015). The role of closed gyres in setting the zonal transport of the Antarctic Circumpolar Current. Journal of Physical Oceanography, 45, 1491–1509.
  • Venaille, A., Nadeau, L.-P. and Vallis, G.K. (2014) : Ribbon turbulence. Physics of Fluids.
  • Stern, A., Nadeau, L.-P. and Holland, D. (2014) : Instability and mixing of ocean jets along an idealized Antarctic continental shelf break. In revision in J. Phys. Oceanogr. 
  • Nadeau, L.-P., Straub, D and Holland, D. (2013) : Comparing Idealized and Complex Topographies in Quasigeostrophic Simulations of an Antarctic Circumpolar Current. J. Phys. Oceanogr., 43, 1821-1837. 
  • Grooms, I, Nadeau, L.-P. Smith, K.S. (2013) : Mesoscale Eddy Energy Locality in an Idealized Ocean Model. J. Phys. Oceanogr., 43, 1911-1923. 
  • Nadeau, L.-P. and Straub, D. (2012) Influence of wind stress, wind stress curl, and bottom friction on the transport of a model Antarctic Circumpolar Current, J. Phys. Oceanogr., 42, 207-222. <br /
  • Nadeau, L.-P. and D.N. Straub, (2009), Basin and Channel Contributions to a Model Antarctic Circumpolar Current, Journal of Physical Oceanography, 39, 986-1002. 
  • Caron, L., D. Huard, H. Kroger, G. Melkonyan, K. Moriarty and L.P. Nadeau (2004), Comparison of classical chaos with quantum chaos, J. Phys. A, A37, 6251–6265. 
  • Caron, L., D. Huard, H. Kroger, G. Melkonyan, K. Moriarty and L.P. Nadeau (2004), Is quantum chaos weaker than classical chaos ?, Phys.Lett. A, 322, 60–66. 
  • Huard, D., H. Kroger, G. Melkonyan, K. Moriarty and L.P. Nadeau (2003), Test of quantum action for inverse square potential, Phys.Rev. A, 68, 034,101. 
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