Climatology, Glacial period, Geomorphology, Quaternary and Moraine are his primary areas of study. He interconnects Sediment transport, Coastal hazards, Shore and Water level in the investigation of issues within Climatology. His work carried out in the field of Coastal hazards brings together such families of science as Storm, Storm surge, Hindcast, Coastal flood and Coastal erosion.
Shore is a subfield of Oceanography that Patrick L. Barnard studies. His Glacial period research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Physical geography and Holocene. His Quaternary study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Surface exposure dating.
Patrick L. Barnard spends much of his time researching Oceanography, Bay, Climatology, Shore and Storm. His Oceanography research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Sediment transport and Sediment. His studies deal with areas such as Structural basin, Climate change, Downscaling and Meteorology as well as Climatology.
His research investigates the connection between Shore and topics such as Forcing that intersect with problems in Wave height. Patrick L. Barnard has researched Storm in several fields, including Coastal flood and Water level. His work focuses on many connections between Geomorphology and other disciplines, such as Quaternary, that overlap with his field of interest in Surface exposure dating, Glacier, Holocene and Pleistocene.
His primary scientific interests are in Storm, Coastal flood, Oceanography, Climate change and Climatology. His Storm research includes themes of Estuary, Fluvial, Flooding and Bay. His Coastal flood study incorporates themes from Hindcast, Coastal hazards, Shore, Water level and Forcing.
His study explores the link between Oceanography and topics such as Cliff that cross with problems in Beach evolution and Centennial. His work deals with themes such as Sediment, Flood myth and Environmental resource management, which intersect with Climate change. His Climatology study combines topics in areas such as Wind wave model, Meteorology and Downscaling.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Coastal flood, Coastal hazards, Flooding, Climate change and Climatology. His studies in Coastal flood integrate themes in fields like Storm, Coastal erosion, Shore and Forcing. As a member of one scientific family, Patrick L. Barnard mostly works in the field of Storm, focusing on Water level and, on occasion, Physical geography, Estuary and Bay.
His Shore study results in a more complete grasp of Oceanography. His Flooding research includes themes of Sea level rise, Environmental resource management and Storm surge. In his research on the topic of Climatology, Sediment transport, Hindcast, Coastal geography and Data assimilation is strongly related with Sea level.
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Doubling of coastal flooding frequency within decades due to sea-level rise
Sean Vitousek;Patrick L. Barnard;Charles H. Fletcher;Neil Frazer.
Scientific Reports (2017)
Coastal vulnerability across the Pacific dominated by El Niño-Southern Oscillation
Patrick L. Barnard;Andrew D. Short;Mitchell D. Harley;Mitchell D. Harley;Kristen D. Splinter.
Nature Geoscience (2015)
Climatic and topographic controls on the style and timing of Late Quaternary glaciation throughout Tibet and the Himalaya defined by 10Be cosmogenic radionuclide surface exposure dating
Lewis A. Owen;Robert C. Finkel;Patrick L. Barnard;Ma Haizhou.
Quaternary Science Reviews (2005)
Natural and human-induced landsliding in the Garhwal Himalaya of northern India
Patrick L Barnard;Lewis A Owen;Milap C Sharma;Robert C Finkel;Robert C Finkel.
Beryllium-10 dating of Mount Everest moraines indicates a strong monsoon influence and glacial synchroneity throughout the Himalaya
Robert C. Finkel;Lewis A. Owen;Patrick L. Barnard;Marc W. Caffee.
Late Quaternary landscape evolution in the Kunlun Mountains and Qaidam Basin, Northern Tibet: A framework for examining the links between glaciation, lake level changes and alluvial fan formation
Lewis A. Owen;Robert C. Finkel;Ma Haizhou;Patrick L. Barnard.
Quaternary International (2006)
Dynamic flood modeling essential to assess the coastal impacts of climate change.
Patrick L. Barnard;Li H. Erikson;Amy C. Foxgrover;Juliette A. Finzi Hart.
Scientific Reports (2019)
A model integrating longshore and cross-shore processes for predicting long-term shoreline response to climate change
Sean Vitousek;Patrick L. Barnard;Patrick W. Limber;Li H. Erikson.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2017)
Timing and style of Late Quaternary glaciation in northeastern Tibet
Lewis A. Owen;Robert C. Finkel;Ma Haizhou;Joel Q. Spencer.
Geological Society of America Bulletin (2003)
A generalized equilibrium model for predicting daily to interannual shoreline response
Kristen D. Splinter;Ian L. Turner;Mark A. Davidson;Patrick Barnard.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2014)
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