People Professor Gideon Henderson
Professor of Earth Sciences, University of Oxford, and Oxford Martin Senior Fellow, Oxford Martin School
Professor of Earth Sciences & Head of Department, Earth Sciences (on sabbatical)
Gideon Henderson was Co-Director of the 21st Century Ocean Institute, a member of the Oxford Martin School from 2008-2012. He remains connected with the School through his role as an Oxford Martin Senior Fellow.
His research focuses on understanding long-term climate change and the carbon cycle, and therefore to improve prediction of future change. In the oceans, Gideon’s research focuses on understanding the complex system of feedbacks that controls the changing carbon cycle.
Gideon is also an Associate with the Oxford Geoengineering Programme, having helped to found the programme with the Oxford Martin School in 2010, and Professor of Earth Sciences at the University of Oxford.
Oxford Martin School
Professor of Earth Sciences, University of Oxford, and Oxford Martin Senior Fellow
- Mar 2012
- Ice-sheet collapse and sea-level rise
- May 2009
- Penultimate Deglacial Sea-Level Timing from Uranium/Thorium Dating of Tahitian Corals
- Feb 2008
- Quantification of Holocene Asian monsoon rainfall from spatially separated cave records
- Jan 2008
- Systematic change of foraminiferal Mg/Ca ratios across a strong salinity gradient
- Apr 2006
- Seasonal trace element and stable isotope variations in a Chinese speleothem
- May 2002
- Seawater (234U/238U) during the last 800 thousand years
- Jun 2011
- Ideas To Change The World