Professor Eelco J. Rohling
Areas of expertise
- Geology 0403
- Oceanography 0405
- Marine Geoscience 040305
- High-resolution study of ocean/climate changes during the Neogene – in particular the last 1 Million years – to determine the nature, timing, magnitude, and rates of natural climate variability
- Theoretical and applied (integrated with proxy records) modelling of present-day and past states of circulation and property distribution
- Theoretical and practical/analytical research on the use of conservative properties and d18O to trace deep-water formation, advection and mixing processes in the modern ocean.
- Assessment of changes in deep-sea ventilation states and nutrient distribution mechanisms, the interactions with the organic and inorganic carbon cycle, and the impact of ecological responses on proxy records.
- Integration of palaeoclimate research with archaeological records.
Grants are drawn from ARIES. To add Projects or Grants please contact your College Research Office.
- Sea Level Change and Climate Sensitivity (Primary Investigator)