Current scientific collaborators:

Hong Ao

Hong Ao
Hong and I collaborate on Asian monsoon dynamics during the Cenozoic.

Click here to visit Hong’s ResearchGate page

Steven Bohaty

Steve and I work on all sorts of palaeoclimatic and palaeoceanographic topics.

Click here to visit Steve’s UoS website

Helen Coxall

Helen Coxall
Helen and I work together on Eocene-Oligocene stratigraphic records to decipher climate dynamics during the largest Cenozoic state-change in Earth’s climate system.

Click here to visit Helen’s SU website

Anouk de Bakker

Anouk advises me on the applications of time series analysis tools.

Click here to visit Anouk’s researchgate page

David De Vleeschouwer

David and I collaborate on understanding carbon cycle dynamics of the Cenozoic Icehouse

Click here to visit David’s personal website

Anna Joy Drury

Anna Joy Drury
Anna Joy and I work on the Miocene of Site 1264

Click here to visit Anna Joy’s UCL website

Oliver Friedrich

Oliver and I work together on the Oligo-Miocene from the North Atlantic. We sailed together on IODP Expedition 342.

Click here to visit Oliver’s UH website

Heather Johnstone

Heather Johnstone
Heather and I collaborate on Late Pleistocene climate dynamics.

Click here to visit Heather’s UoB webpage

Lucas Lourens

Luc and I work together on high-resolution climate records that span the Oligocene and early Miocene. Luc was my BSc. and MSc. supervisor.

Click here to visit Luc’s UU website

Lottie Miller

Lottie Miller
Lottie and I collaborate on Late Pleistocene climate dynamics.

Click here to visit Lottie’s personal webpage

Heiko Pälike

Heiko was my PhD. supervisor. We work on a broad range of palaeoclimatic topics together.

Click here to visit Heiko’s UoB website

Eelco Rohling

Eelco and I work together on cyclic sediments from the Mediterannean Plio-Pleistocene.

Click here to visit Eelco’s ANU website

Kasia Śliwińska

Kasia and I study the palaeoclimate of the North Atlantic region during the Eocene and Oligocene.

Click here to visit Kasia’s researchgate page

Tim van Peer

Dr Tim van Peer
Tim and I work on the Oligocene and Miocene sediments from the North Atlantic.

Click here to visit Tim’s UCL website