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Jean-Philippe Vidal

Chargé de Recherche en Hydroclimatologie

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Domaine de compétence

Impact de la variabilité et du changement climatique sur les ressources en eau

Encadrement

Thèse (Encadrement)

  • Sabine Radanovics (2011-2014): Descente d’échelle probabiliste par analogues météorologiques. Prise en compte de la cohérence spatio-temporelle sur la France en prévision à moyen terme et sous changement climatique

Thèse (membre du comité de thèse)

  • Stéphanie Singla (2009-2012): Prévisibilité des ressources en eau à l'échelle saisonnière en France

Projets réalisés et en cours

R2D2-2050: Risque, Ressource en eau et gestion Durable de la Durance en 2050

Explore2070: Changement climatique et évolution des hydrosystèmes et des milieux côtiers. Startégies d'adaptation dans le domaine de l'eau

ClimSec: Impact du changement climatique sur l'humidité du sol et la sécheresse en France

ICC-HydroQUAL: Impact du changement climatique sur l'hydrosystème Loire: hydrologie, temperature et qualité de l'eau

Imagine2030: Climat et aménagements de la Garonne : quelles incertitudes sur la ressource en eau en 2030 ?

Publications

ResearcherID: E-6187-2010

Scopus Author ID: 23986733700

Articles dans des revues scientifiques à comité de lecture

  • Vidal, J.-P., Martin, E., Kitova, N., Najac, J., & Soubeyroux, J.-M. (2012) Evolution of spatio-temporal drought characteristics: validation, projections and effect of adaptation scenarios. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences Discussions, 9(2), 1619-1670, doi: 10.5194/hessd-9-1619-2012
  • Christierson, B. v., Vidal, J.-P. & Wade, S. D. (2012) Using UKCP09 probabilistic climate information for UK water resource planning. Journal of Hydrology, 424-425, 48-67. doi: 10.1016/j.jhydrol.2011.12.020
  • Singla, S., Céron, J.-P., Martin, E., Regimbeau, F., Déqué, M., Habets, F. & Vidal, J.-P. (2012) Predictability of soil moisture and river flows over France for the spring season. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 16(1), 201-216. doi: 10.5194/hess-16-201-2012
  • Soubeyroux, J.-M., Vidal, J.-P., Baillon, M., Blanchard, M., Céron, J.-P., Franchistéguy, L., Régimbeau, F., Martin, E. & Vincendon, J.-C. (2010) Characterizing and forecasting droughts and low-flows in France with the Safran-Isba-Modcou hydrometeorological suite, La Houille Blanche, (5), 30-39. doi: 10.1051/lhb/2010051
  • Céron, J.-P., Tanguy, G., Franchistéguy, L., Martin, E., Regimbeau, F. & Vidal, J.-P. (2010) Hydrological seasonal forecast over France: feasibility and prospects. Atmospheric Science Letters, 11, 78-82. doi: 10.1002/asl.256
  • Vidal, J.-P., Martin, E., Franchistéguy, L., Habets, F., Soubeyroux, J.-M., Blanchard, M. & Baillon, M. (2010) Multilevel and multiscale drought reanalysis over France with the Safran-Isba-Modcou hydrometeorological suite. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 14(3), 459-478. doi: 10.5194/hess-14-459-2010
  • Vidal, J.-P., Martin, E., Franchistéguy, L., Baillon, M. & Soubeyroux, J.-M. (2010) A 50-year high-resolution atmospheric reanalysis over France with the Safran system. International Journal of Climatology, 30(11), 1627–1644. doi: 10.1002/joc.2003
  • Vidal, J.-P. & Wade, S. D. (2009) A multimodel assessment of future climatological droughts in the United Kingdom. International Journal of Climatology, 29(14), 2056-2071. doi: 10.1002/joc.1843
  • Vidal, J.-P. & Wade, S. D. (2008) Multimodel projections of catchment-scale precipitation regime. Journal of Hydrology, 353(1-2), 143-158. doi: 10.1016/j.jhydrol.2008.02.003
  • Vidal, J.-P. & Wade, S. D. (2008) A framework for developing high-resolution multi-model climate projections: 21st century scenarios for the UK. International Journal of Climatology, 28(7), 843-858. doi: 10.1002/joc.1593
  • Vidal, J.-P., Moisan, S., Faure, J.-B. & Dartus, D. (2007) River model calibration, from guidelines to operational support tools. Environmental Modelling and Software, 22(11), 1628-1640;. doi: 10.1016/j.envsoft.2006.12.003
  • Vidal, J.-P., Moisan, S., Faure, J.-B. & Dartus, D. (2005) Towards a reasoned 1-D river model calibration. Journal of Hydroinformatics, 7(2), 91-104. http://www.iwaponline.com/jh/007/jh0070091.htm
  • Vidal, J.-P., Moisan, S. & Faure, J.-B. (2003) Knowledge-based hydraulic model calibration. Lectures Notes in Artificial Intelligence, 2773, 676-683. doi: 10.1007/978-3-540-45224-9_92

Articles dans des revues techniques à comité de lecture

  • Soubeyroux, J.-M., Martin, E., Franchistéguy, L., Habets, F., Noilhan, J., Baillon, M., Regimbeau, F., Vidal, J.-P., Le Moigne, P. & Morel, S. (2008) Safran–Isba–Modcou (SIM) - Un outil pour le suivi hydrométéorologique opérationnel et les études. La Météorologie, 2008, 63, 40-45. http://hdl.handle.net/2042/21890
  • Poulard, C., Navratil, O. & Vidal, J.-P. (2008) Communiquer sur les inondations : quelques propositions pour adapter une expérience de maquette interactive grand public. Ingénieries-EAT, numéro spécial "La prévention des inondations. Aspects techniques et économiques des aménagements de ralentissement dynamique des crues", 121-130.

Chapitre d'ouvrage

  • Vidal, J.-P. & Hendrickx, F. (2010) Impact of Climate Change on Hydropower: Ariège, France. In: Modelling the Impact of Climate Change on Water Resources (Fung, F.; Lopez, A. & New, M., eds.), Chap. 6.3, 148-161. Wiley-Blackwell. doi: 10.1002/9781444324921.ch6

Manuscrits

  • Vidal, J.-P. (2005) Assistance au calage de modèles numériques en hydraulique fluviale – Apports de l’intelligence artificielle. Thèse de doctorat, Sciences de la Terre et Environnement, Institut National Polytechnique de Toulouse, 228 p. + annexes.
  • Vidal, J.-P. (1999), Évolution du processus de décision par extension de l’accessibilité d’un Système Interactif d’Aide à la Décision dans un contexte distribué – Application à la prévision hydrométéorologique en temps réel pour l’aide à la gestion des aménagements hydroélectriques. Mémoire de DEA, EDF Production Transport – Division Technique Générale, 55 p. + annexes.
  • Vidal, J.-P. (1999) Étude de faisabilité d’un modèle de prévision des débits de la Garonne à Golfech. Rapport de fin d'études d'ingénieur, EDF Production Transport – Division Technique Générale, 30 p. + annexes.