Jean-Philippe Baudouin

Position Postdoc
Address Im Neuenheimer Feld 229
Room 444
Group STACY - Palaeoclimate dynamics and variability
Website OrcID, ResearchGate, LinkedIn

    I work in Stacy as a postdoc for the project PalMod which aims at modelling an entire glacial cycle, since 120.000 years ago. I am responsible for delivering model-data comparison tools. I also investigate how the synoptic to inter-annual variability have evolved since the last glacial maximum, across the Holocene and may further change under a warming climate. Previously, I did my PhD in a multidisciplinary research group, TwoRains, which investigates the potential impact of climate change on the fate of the Indus Civilisation, about 4.000 years ago. I focused on precipitation patterns and variability across timescales, and the added value of climate modelling.

    Research interest

    • Synoptic activity of extra-tropical disturbances
    • Modes of variability and large scale teleconnections
    • Application to a paleo-climate context

    Key publications

    • Baudouin, J.-P., Caron, L.-P., and Boudreault , M.: Impact of reanalysis boundary conditions on downscaled Atlantic hurricane activity., Climate Dynamics, 52, 3709–3727. doi:10.1007/s00382-018-4352-7, 2019.
    • Baudouin, J.-P., Herzog, M., and Petrie, C. A.: Cross-validating precipitation datasets in the Indus River basin., Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 24(1):427–450. doi:10.5194/hess-24-427-2020, 2020.
    • Baudouin, J.-P., Herzog, M., and Petrie, C. A.: Contribution of Cross-Barrier Moisture Transport to Precipitation in the Upper Indus River Basin., Monthly Weather Review, 148(7):2801–2818. doi:10.1175/MWR-D-19-0384.1, 2020