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Joel Noilhan has a position of research ingeneer at Meteo-France. He got Doctorat of 3cycle and Doctorat d'Etat at the University P. Sabatier of Toulouse and joined CNRM in 1983. He leads a research team working on the impact of surface processes in meteorological models and was one of the promoter of the ISBA surface scheme used in many atmospherical models. He has been involved in many international field programs. He has more than 50 publications. He has coordinated two European programs and is a member of various national and international commitees. Since 1997, he is a member of the GEWEX Scientific Steering Group.
Noilhan J and S. Planton, 1989: A simple parameterization of land-surface processes for meteorological models. Mon. Wea. Rev., 117, 536-549.
Noilhan J. and J.-C. Calvet, 1995, Mesoscale land-atmosphere models and usefulness of microwave remote-sensing data, Passive Microwave Remote Sensing of Land-Atmosphere Interactions. B. J. Choudhury, Y. H. Kerr, E. G. Njoku and P. Pampaloni (Eds), VSP, p. 17-54.
Noilhan J. and P. Lacarrere, 1995: GCM grid-scale evaporation from mesoscale modeling. J. Climate, 8, 206-223.
Noilhan J., P. Lacarrere and P. Bougeault, 1991: An experiment with an advanced surface parameterization in a mesobeta-scale model. Mon. Wea. REv., 119, 2393-2413
Noilhan J. and Mahfouf, 1996: The ISBA land surface parameterization scheme. Global and Planetary Change, 13, 145-159
Noilhan J., P. Lacarrere, A.J. Dolman and E.M. Blyth, 1997: Defining area-average parameters in meteorological models for land surfaces with mesoscale heterogeneity. J. Hydrol., 190, 302-316