Scientific Communications

PhD Thesis

Barrier, N. (2013): "Variability of the ocean circulation in the North-Atlantic in response to atmospheric weather regimes". PhD manuscript, PhD defense.

Publications

Barrier, N., A.A. Petrenko, Y. Ourmières, 2016: Strong intrusions of the Northern Mediterranean Current on the eastern Gulf of Lion: insights from in-situ observations and high resolution numerical modelling. Ocean Dynamics, 1-15.

Barrier, N., A.M. Treguier, C. Cassou, and J. Deshayes, 2015: Influence des régimes de temps atmosphériques sur la circulation océanique de l'Atlantique Nord. La Météorologie, 87, 38-44.

Barrier, N., J. Deshayes, A.M. Treguier, and C. Cassou, 2014: Heat budget in the North Atlantic subpolar gyre: Impacts of atmospheric weather regimes on the 1995 warming event. Progress in Physical Oceanography, 130, 75,90.

Treguer, P., E. Goberville, N. Barrier, S. L'Helguen, P. Morin, P. Rimelin-Maury, M. Czamanski, E. Grosstefan, and T. Cariou, 2014: Large and local-scale influences on physical and chemical characteristics of coastal waters of Western Europe during winter. Journal of Marine Systems, 139, 79-90.

Barrier, N., C. Cassou, J. Deshayes, and A.M. Treguier, 2014: Response of North Atlantic Ocean Circulation to Atmospheric Weather Regimes. Journal of Physical Oceanography, 44, 179-201.

Barrier, N., A.M Treguier, C. Cassou, and J. Deshayes, 2013: Impact of the winter north-atlantic weather regimes on subtropical sea-surface height variability. Climate Dynamics.

Hill, C., D. Ferreira, J.M. Campin, J. Marshall, R. Abernathey and, N. Barrier, 2012: Controlling spurious diapycnal mixing in eddy resolving height-coordinate ocean models - insights from virtual deliberate tracer release experiments. Ocean Modelling, 45-46, 14-26.

Seminars

C. Contoux, A. Bondeau, N. Barrier, and F. Sylvestre, 2016: Downscaling precipitation in the Sahara-Sahelian region during the Holocene in order to decipher the paleo-variations of Lake Chad. Seminar at the "European Geosciences Union" meeting.

Barrier, N., A. Treguier, C. Cassou, and J. Deshayes, 2015: Impacts of the atmospheric weather regimes and associated storminess on the ocean circulation in the North Atlantic. Seminar at the "Ateliers de Modélisation de l'Atmosphère".

Barrier, N., J. Deshayes, A. Treguier and C. Cassou, 2014: Interannual to decadal heat budget in the subpolar North Atlantic. Seminar at the Mediterranean Institute of Oceanography.

Barrier, N., J. Deshayes, A. Treguier and C. Cassou, 2014: Interannual to decadal heat budget in the subpolar North Atlantic. Seminar at University of Cape Town.

Barrier, N., A. Treguier, C. Cassou, and J. Deshayes, 2013: Variability of ocean circulation in the North-Atlantic in relation with winter weather regimes. Seminar at Locean.

Barrier, N., A. Treguier, C. Cassou, and J. Deshayes, 2012: Variability of ocean circulation in the North-Atlantic in relation with winter weather regimes. Seminar at Ifremer.

Barrier, N., A. Treguier, C. Cassou, and J. Deshayes, 2012: Impact of winter weather regimes on North-Atlantic Ocean Circulation. Seminar at the "European Geosciences Union" meeting.

Barrier, N., A. Treguier, C. Cassou, and J. Deshayes, 2011: Weather regimes impact on North-Atlantic Ocean circulation in a 1/2 North Atlantic configuration with closed boundaries. Drakkar Meeting.

Posters

Barrier, N., Deshayes J., A.M. Treguier, and C. Cassou, 2014: Atmospheric triggering of the warming of the North Atlanic subpolar gyre after 1995. "European Geosciences Union" meeting.

Barrier, N., D. Ferreira, and J. Marshall, 2012: Impact of opening of the Central America Seaway on climate in a coupled atmosphere-ocean-sea-ice model. "European Geosciences Union" meeting.

Barrier, N., M. Minvielle, C. Cassou, and A.M Treguier, 2011: A basin-scale statistical-dynamical downscaling to estimate the response of the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation to climate change. RAPID-US AMOC Meeting.

Miscellaneous

Making of figure 1 of the review paper on the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation by Martha Buckley and John Marshall.