Short CV/Education and training

  • 1996
    MSc Geology, Free University Amsterdam

  • 2001
    PhD Natural Sciences, Swiss Federal Institute for Technology (ETH), Zürich

  • 2007
    Docent (Associate Professor / Habilitation) in Marine Geoscience, Faculty of Science, Stockholm University

  • 2009
    Royal Swedish Academy Research Fellow, Uppsala University

  • 2014
    Senior Lecturer, Marine Micropaleontology, Uppsala University

  • 2018
    Professor of Marine Micropaleontology, Uppsala University

Selected publications

  • Groeneveld, J., Henderiks, J., Renema, W., McHugh, C.M., De Vleeschouwer, D., Christensen, B.A., Fulthorpe, C.S., Reuning, L., Gallagher, S.J., Bogus, K., and Expedition 356 Scientists, 2017. Australian shelf sediments reveal shifts in Miocene Southern Hemisphere westerlies, Science Advances, 3(5), e1602567.

  • Zhang. Y., Pagani, M., Henderiks, J., and Ren, H., 2017. A long history of equatorial upwelling in the Pacific Ocean. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 467, 1-9.

  • Šupraha, L., Ljubešić, Z., Mihanović, H., and Henderiks, J., 2016. Coccolithophore life-cycle dynamics in a coastal Mediterranean ecosystem: seasonality and species-specific patterns, Journal of Plankton Research, 38(5), 1178-1193.

  • Šupraha, L., Gerecht, A.C., Probert, I., and Henderiks, J., 2015. Ecophysiological adaptation shapes the coccolithophore response to phosphorus limitation. Scientific Reports, 5, 16499.

  • Gerecht, A.C., Šupraha, L., Edvardsen, B., Langer, G., and Henderiks, J., 2015. Phosphorus availability modifies carbon production in Coccolithus pelagicus (Wallich) Schiller 1930. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 472, 24-31.

  • Suchéras-Marx, B., and Henderiks, J., 2014. Downsizing the pelagic carbonate factory: Impacts of calcareous nannoplankton evolution on carbonate burial over the past 17 million years. Global and Planetary Change, 123, 97-109.

  • Winter, A., Henderiks, J., Beaufort, L., Rickaby, R.E.M., and Brown, C.W., 2014. HORIZONS – Poleward expansion of the coccolithophore Emiliania huxleyi. Journal of Plankton Research, 36(2), 316-325.

  • Hannisdal, B., Henderiks, J., Liow, L.H., 2012. Long-term evolutionary and ecological responses of calcifying phytoplankton to changes in atmospheric CO2. Global Change Biology, doi: 10.1111/gcb.12007.

  • Henderiks, J., Winter, A., Elbrächter, M., Feistel, R., van der Plas, A., Nausch, G., Barlow, R., 2012. Environmental controls on Emiliania huxleyi morphotypes in the Benguela coastal upwelling system (SE Atlantic). Marine Ecology Progress Series, 448, 51-66.

  • Pagani, M., Huber, M., Liu, Z., Bohaty, S.M., Henderiks, J., Sijp, W., Krishnan, S., DeConto, R.M., 2011. The role of carbon dioxide during the onset of Antarctic glaciation. Science, 334, 1261-1264.

  • Henderiks, J., and Pagani, M., 2008. Coccolithophore cell size and the Paleogene decline in atmospheric CO2. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 269, 575-583, doi:10.1016/j.epsl.2008.03.016.

  • Henderiks, J., and Rickaby, R.E.M., 2007. A coccolithophore concept for constraining the Cenozoic carbon cycle. Biogeosciences, 4(3), 323-329.



Complete list of publications

Selected projects

  • My research aims at understanding the dynamic interactions between climate and the biosphere, on both short and longer timescales. We study marine, calcifying algae (coccolithophores), using a multi-faceted approach from the fossil record to modern, natural and laboratory environments. Cross-disciplinary collaborations are an important component in this effort.

Membership in scientific bodies/juries

  • 2017 – 2019 Swedish ESSAC delegate, Science Support and Advisory Committee of ECORD (European Consortium of Ocean Drilling).

  • 2014 – 2016 Swedish ESSAC delegate (alternate), Science Support and Advisory Committee of ECORD (European Consortium of Ocean Drilling).

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