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Jacqueline Binyamin

Dr. Jacqueline Binyamin
(Associate Professor)

Office: 5L10
Phone: (204) 786-9982
Fax: ( 204) 774-4134
E-mail: j.binyamin@uwinnipeg.ca

   

Education:
B.Sc.(Mosul)
M.Sc. (Reading)
Ph.D.(McMaster)

Courses (2017-2018):
GEOG-1201(3) Intro Atmospheric Science
GEOG-2207(3) Climatology
GEOG-2210(3) Meteorology
GEOG-4203(3) Topics in Climatology

Areas of Interest:
Physical Climatology
Meteorology
Numerical Modelling
Climate Change

Research Interests:
Radiation climatology,  climate models and climate change.
Ultraviolet biologically active (UV-B) irradiance, radiative transfer models and cloud optical properties.
Modelling lakes in terms of surface budget components, water levels, mixing layer depths and surface temperature predictions.
Surface-atmosphere interactions and boundary layer processes.
Modelling solar and UV-B radiation penetration into lakes and oceans and their impact on aquatic ecology.

Selected Publications:
Binyamin, J., J. Davies, and B. McArthur (2011). “Comparison of UV-B broadband Brewer measurements with irradiances from surface-based and satellite-based models,” Atmospheric and Climate Sciences, Vol. 1, No. 3, 142-146.

Binyamin, J., J. Davies, and B. McArthur (2011). “Validation of spectral and broadband UV-B (290-325 nm) irradiance for Canada,” Atmospheric and Climate Sciences, Vol. 1, No. 3, 69-85.

Binyamin, J., J. Davies, and B. McArthur (2010). “UV-B cloud optical properties for Canada”. International Journal of Climatology, 30, 8, 1246-1255.

Davies, J., and J. Binyamin (2008). “Modelling UV-B irradiance for Canada”. In: Recent Advances in Modeling Solar Radiation on Earth Surface (ed., Viorel Badescu), Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, Berlin, Germany, 411-426.

Wayne R. Rouse, Jacqueline Binyamin, Peter D. Blanken, Normand Bussières, Claude R. Duguay, Claire J. Oswald, William M. Schertzer, and Christopher Spence (2008). “The Influence of lakes on the regional energy and water balance of the central Mackenzie River Basin”. In: Cold Region Atmospheric and Hydrologic Studies: The Mackenzie GEWEX Study Experience, Volume I: Atmospheric Dynamics (ed., M.K. Woo). Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg New York, 309-325.

Claire J. Oswald, Wayne R. Rouse, and Jacqueline Binyamin (2008). “Modeling lake energy fluxes in the Mackenzie River Basin using bulk aerodynamic mass transfer theory”. In: Cold Region Atmospheric and Hydrologic Studies: The Mackenzie GEWEX Study Experience. Volume 2: Hydrologic processes (ed., M.K. Woo). Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg New York, 161-180.

Binyamin, J., W. Rouse, J. Davies, C. Oswald, and W. Schertzer (2006). “Surface energy balance calculations for small northern lakes”. International Journal of Climatology, 26, 15, 2261-2273.

Rouse, Wayne. R., Claire Oswald, Jacqueline Binyamin, Christopher Spence, Peter D. Blanken, Normand Bussières, Claude R. Duguay, and William Schertzer (2005). “Role of northern lakes in regional energy balance”. Journal of Hydrometeorology, 6, 291-305.

Wayne Rouse, Jacqueline Binyamin, Peter Blanken, Normand Bussières, Claude Duguay, Claire Oswald, William Schertzer and Christopher Spence (2005). “The influence of lakes on the regional energy and water balance of the central Mackenzie River Basin, No I”. In: Proc.14th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Mackenzie GEWEX Study (MAGS), November 22-25, 2005, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

Rouse, W. R., W.M. Schertzer, C. Spence, J. Binyamin, P. Brown, and C.J. Oswald (2004). “Energy balance of Great Lake- A preliminary report” In: Proc. 10th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Mackenzie GEWEX Study (MAGS), November 3-5, 2004, Vancouver, BC, Canada, 199-210.

Rouse, Wayne. R., Claire. Oswald, Jacqueline Binyamin, Peter D. Blanken, William M. Schertzer, and Chris Spence (2003). “Interannual and seasonal variability of the surface energy balance and temperature of central Great Slave Lake”. Journal of Hydrometeorology, 4(4), 720-730. 

Rouse, W. R., J. Binyamin, C.J. Oswald, W.M. Schertzer, C. Spence, and D.E. Worth (2003).“The role of lakes in high latitude regional energy and water balances”: Proc. 14th Int. Symp. & Workshop, Kangerlussuaq, Greenland, pp. 163-172.


 


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