OCCRI Researchers

Title: Professor
Name: Patrick Bartlein
Institution: University of Oregon
Department: Geography

BA, MS, PhD University of Wisconsin – Madison

Research Theme: Applications of the paleoclimatic record in Earth-system science

Research Fields:

Modeling Climate
Modeling Ecosystems

Professional Activities:

Palaeoclimate Modelling Intercomparison Project Scientific Steeering Committee


Quaternary Research associate editor

Selected Publications:

Marlon, J.R. P.J. Bartlein, A.-L. Daniau, S.P. Harrison, S.Y. Maesumi, M.J. Power, W. Tinner, B. Vanniére, in press, Global biomass burning: a synthesis and review of Holocene paleofire records and their controls. Quaternary Science Reviews.

Daniau, A.-L., W. Tinner, P.J. Bartlein, S.P. Harrison and 57 others, 2012, Predictability of biomass burning in response to climate changes, Global Biogeochemical Cycles 26, GB4007, doi:10.1029/2011GB004249.

Braconnot, P., S.P. Harrison, M. Kageyama, P.J. Bartlein, V. Masson-Delmotte, A. Abe-Ouchi, B. Otto-Bliesner & Y. Zhao, 2012, Evaluation of climate models using palaeoclimatic data. Nature Climate Change 2:417-424, doi:10.1038/nclimate1456.

Bartlein, P.J., S.P. Harrison, S. Brewer, S. Connor, B.A.S. Davis, K. Gajewski, J. Guiot, T.I. Harrison-Prentice, A. Henderson, O. Peyron, I.C. Prentice, M. Scholze, H. Seppa, B. Shuman, S. Sugita, R.S. Thompson, A.E. Viau, J. Williams & H. Wu, 2011, Pollen-based continental climate reconstructions at 6 and 21 ka: a global synthesis. Climate Dynamics 37:775-802. DOI: 10.1007/s00382-010-0904-1

Harrison, S.P. and P.J. Bartlein, 2012, Records from the past, lessons for the future: what the palaeoecological record implies about mechanisms of global change. in A. Henderson-Sellars and K.J. McGuffie eds., The Future of the World’s Climate. Elsevier, DOI 10.1016/B978-0-12-386917-3.00014-2