Eelco J. Rohling

Dr. Eelco Rohling’s research focuses on ocean and climate change over geological to modern timescales. He obtained his PhD in 1991 from the University of Utrecht (Netherlands), and has since worked at the University of Southampton (UK), and at the Australian National University in Canberra. Eelco is Fellow of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Science, and of the American Geophysical Union, and has received a UK Royal Society Wolfson Research Merit Award and an Australian Laureate Fellowship. He has served 4 years as joint Chief Editor of Paleoceanography, 10 years as Editor of Reviews of Geophysics, and is founding Chief Editor of Oxford Open Climate Change, which spans all aspects of climate change.

Eelco has published two public science books. The Oceans: a deep history (2017), and The Climate Question: natural cycles, human impacts, future outlook (2019). A third public science book, on solutions to the climate problem, is currently in production at for release in 2021.