prof. dr. Appy Sluijs
A.Sluijs@uu.nl
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Chair
Paleoceanography
Profile

Appy Sluijs (1980) is the Professor of Paleoceanography at the Earth Sciences Department and co-chair of the research group Marine Palynology and Paleoceanography, at Utrecht University. Sluijs studied biology and biogeology in Utrecht and at the University of California at Santa Cruz, USA,. In 2006 he obtained his Ph.D. cum laude in Utrecht. Subsequently he received a Veni grant from the Netherlands Organization of Scientific Research (NWO), and was appointed to a tenure Assistant Professor position from January 2010. In 2010, he received a Starting Grant from the European Research Council. We was appointed as full professor in May 2014. His group carries out research on the full range of marine sciences, in close collaboration with researchers in Utrecht, the Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research (NIOZ) and a large international suite of institutes.

Sluijs was a (board) member of The Young Academy of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (2009 - 2014). In 2007, he was awarded the Outstanding Young Scientists Award of the European Geosciences Union (EGU). He was the youngest scientist ever to receive this prestigious award. in 2010, he also received the prestigious Vening Meinesz Prize for young geoscientists and the Heineken Young Scientists Award for Environmental Sciences. He is an editor of the open access journal Climate of the Past, published by the European Geosciences Union.

“My primary research interests include climate and ecological change in the geological past. My research particularly focuses on reconstructing temperature, marine ecology, hydrology, biogeochemical cycles and sea level during periods that were characterized by rapidly increasing, or generally high concentrations of CO2 in the atmosphere. Together with students and colleagues, I combine micropaleontological and geochemical (both inorganic and organic) techniques to quantify and understand the functioning of planet Earth under ‘greenhouse’ conditions. The results provide the ultimate tool to test the performance of climate and biogeochemical models under such conditions. More recently, I have started to work on the biogeology of an important but understudied group of marine protists, dinoflagellates. The biogeochemistry of dinoflagellates and their fossil remains (dinocysts) is dependent on sea water CO2 concentrations and pH; a relation we aim to develop into a proxy to reconstruct marine carbon cycling and ocean acidification in the geological past.”

Involved in the following study programme(s)
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Curriculum vitae
  • Current Position

Professor of Paleoceanography, Utrecht University (April 2014 – present). Full professor at the Department of Earth Sciences, Faculty of Geosciences. Co-leader of the research group Marine Palynology and Paleoceanography.

 

  • Past Positions

Member The Young Academy (De Jonge Akademie, 2009 - 2014): http://www.dejongeakademie.nl/nl/leden/alumni/8184

Assistant Professor, Utrecht University (January 2012 – April 2014). Tenure position at the Department of Earth Sciences, Faculty of Geosciences. Co-leader of the research group Marine Palynology.

Assistant Professor, Utrecht University (September 2009 – December 2011). Tenure position at the Department of Biology, Faculty of Science.

Post-doctoral fellowship, Utrecht University. July 2007 – August 2009. Funded through Veni grant (July 2007 – 2010 granted by the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research NWO; € 208.000).

Post-doctoral researcher, Utrecht University. September 2006 – July 2007.

 

  • Awards

Heineken Young Scientists Award for Environmental Sciences, 2010. Prestigious award granted to Netherlands-based researchers in environmental sciences until maximally 5 years after PhD graduation (€ 10.000). The prize was awarded for the first time in 2010 and is coordinated through the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences.

Vening-Meinesz Award, 2010. Prestigious Dutch award for young geoscientists (€ 10.000). The prize was awarded for the 12th time since 1965 and is coordinated through the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research.

Membership of ‘The Young Academy” of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (2009 – present).

Outstanding Young Scientist Award of the European Geosciences Union for 2007.

Annual Netherlands Academic Prize, 2007 (Academische Jaarprijs 2007; € 100.000). Dutch National Science Outreach Award for our project entitled “Expedition Greenhouse World” (www.expeditiebroeikaswereld.nl). Cooperative effort between geologists, education geographers and biologists of Utrecht University.

  • Education

PhD cum laude (top 1-2 % at Utrecht University) 2003 – 2006 at the Section Palaeoecology, Institute of Environmental Biology, Laboratory of Palaeobotany and Palynology, Utrecht University. Title: Global Change during the Paleocene-Eocene thermal maximum. Promotor: Prof. Dr. A.F. Lotter. Co-promotor: Dr. H. Brinkhuis.

MSc. in Biology (2003) at the Faculty of Biology, Utrecht University. Title: Timing and nature of the opening of the Tasmanian Gateway; the Eocene/Oligocene transition of ODP Leg 189 sites (related references can be found below). Advisors: Dr. H. Brinkhuis (Utrecht University), Dr. S.A. Schellenberg and James C. Zachos (University of California at Santa Cruz).

 

  • External funding

PI: Incoming visiting scientist grant funded by NWO (€ 12.000) for Prof. Dr. Richard E. Zeebe, University of Hawaii.

PI: The Visiting Professors Programme of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW; € 25.000) for a long-term stay of Prof. Dr. Gerald R. Dickens, Rice University at Utrecht University.

PI: Academy Colloquium (€ 20.000) of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW) to be organized around the proposed theme “Constraining estimates of future climate variability from geological records.” Together with Eelco Rohling (University of Southampton) and Henk Dijkstra (Utrecht University).

PI: ERC Starting Grant (€ 1.500.000) from the European Research Council, 2010. Project title: “From Protist to Proxy: Dinoflagellates as signal carriers for climate and carbon cycling during past and present extreme climate transitions”, or “DINOPRO”.

PI: Veni grant (€ 208.000) from the Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research (NWO), April 2007, for a research proposal entitled: “Biotic, climatic and geochemical change during Early Eocene transient global warming events.”

Co-PI: “Reconstructing the evolution and dynamics of the Antarctic cryosphere from Ocean Drilling; a dinoflagellate perspective.” New Netherlands Polar Programme, NWO, 2010. PI: Prof. Dr. H. Brinkhuis, Utrecht University.

Co-PI: “Double Trouble: Consequences of Ocean Acidification – Past, Present and Future”. Darwin Center for Biogeology, 2009. PI: Dr. G.-J. Reichart, Utrecht University. 3 PhD Students and one Post-doc.

Co-PI: Astronomical control on classic fluvial successions in the Bighorn basin (Wyoming, USA): implications for duration of transient global warming events and rates of mammal turnover during the early Paleogene. NWO-ALW, 2008. PI: Frederik Hilgen, Earth Sciences, Utrecht University. 3 year Post-doc.

Co-PI: Origin and cause of Paleogene hyperthermal events. Darwin Center for Biogeology, 2006. PI: Prof D. Kroon, Earth and Life Sciences, Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam. 3 PhD Students.

Co-PI: GLOW Tropical temperature history during Palaeogene global warming events, 2008. NWO-EUROCORES. PI: Prof. D. Kroon, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam.

Co-PI: incoming sabbatical grants of NWO for J. Pross, J.C. Zachos and H.J Spero.

 

  • Membership of boards and committees

Member of the The Council for Earth and Life Sciences of the Royal Academy or Arts and Sciences (Raad voor Aard- en Levenswetenschappen), 2013 - present.

Member of the board of The Young Academy of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (De Jonge Akademie van de KNAW), 2012-2014. Responsible for the track ‘Science and Society’.

The Young Academy on Wheels Project Group. Outreach project of The Young Academy aimed to show young high school students (~12 years old; all levels) what science is (http://www.dejongeakademieonwheels.nl).

Knowledge Infrastructure Earth Sciences, The Netherlands. Advisory Board for Earth and Life Sciences of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences, 2009 [Kennisinfrastructuur Aardwetenschappen Nederland. Raad voor Aard- en Levenswetenschappen (RAL) van de Koninklijke Nederlandse Akademie van Wetenschappen (KNAW).] Evaluation committee on the position of Dutch Earth Science research within the Netherlands and in the world.

Netherlands Innovation Platform committee on the Netherlands Knowledge System and Knowledge Economy, 2009-2010. Chairs: Robbert Dijkgraaf (President Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences) and René Smit (President Executive Board Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam).

Member of the scientific committee of the Netherlands Advisory Council for Research on Spatial Planning, Nature and Environment (RMNO), September 2007 – December 2009

Chairman of the Palaeobotanical and Palynological Society Utrecht, 2004 – 2007

Member of the board of the Palaeobotanical and Palynological Society Utrecht, 2003 – 2004

 

  • Editorial and reviewing activities

Editor of the open access journal Climate of the Past, published by the European Geosciences Union (2010 – present). ISI 2011 Impact Factor: 3.509

Associate Editor of Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2011 – 2012). ISI 2011 Impact Factor: 4.180

Advisory panel member for Nature, Scientific Reports (2011 – 2012)

Member of the editorial board of one of the leading geoscience journals Geology, published by the Geological Society of America (2008 – 2010). ISI 2011 Impact Factor: 3.612

Reviewer of research proposals for the National Science Foundation (NSF, USA) the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC, UK) and the European Research Council (ERC).

Reviewer for the journals Nature, Science, Nature Geoscience, Nature Communications, Nature Scientific Reports, Geology, Paleoceanography, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, Climate of the Past, Geophysical Research Letters, Terra Nova, Newsletters on Stratigraphy, Marine Chemistry, Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, Geochemistry-Geophysics-Geosystems and Organic Geochemistry.

 

  • Sessions or conferences organized

Lead convener of the International Conference on Paleoceanography 12, 2016, Utrecht, The Netherlands

Co-convener on the symposium ‘Publish Open-Access or Perish?’ at the Royal Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW); February 6, 2013.

Co-convener and organizer of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW) Academy Colloquium “PALEOSENS: Constraining estimates of future climate variability from geological records”, March 2011, with Eelco Rohling (University of Southampton) and Henk Dijkstra (Utrecht University). This symposium resulted in a large article in Nature in 2012.

Organizing committee of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences theme symposium on ‘Surrogate Markers’, on January 2011.

Co-convener of the session: Ocean Acidification: Past, Present and Future. Goldschmidt conference on Geochemistry, August 2011, with D. Schmidt.

Organizing committee Netherlands Earth-Sciences meeting (Veldhoven, 2010)

Co-convener of the session: Marine Biotic Response to Global Warming, past and present. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, December 2007, with H. Brinkhuis and T.J. Bralower.

Co-convener of the session: Cenozoic Greenhouse Climates and Carbon Cycle Dynamics. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, December 2009, with J.C. Zachos and R.E. Zeebe.

 

PhD students (co-) advised:

Carolien van der Weijst (PhD candidate) 2015 - present

Robin van der Ploeg (PhD candidate) 2014 - present

Margot Cramwinckel (PhD candidate) 2014 - present

Tjerk Veenstra (PhD candidate), 2012 - present

Mariska Datema (PhD candidate), 2011 - present

Joost Frieling (PhD candidate), 2011 - present

Mirja Hoins (PhD candidate), 2011 – present

Niels van Helmond (PhD), 2011 – 2015

Johan Vellekoop (PhD), 2011 - 2015

Sander Houben (PhD), 2008 - 2012

Peter Bijl (PhD), 2007 – 2011

 

  • Extracurricular Teaching Activities

Co-director of the Urbino Summer School in Paleoclimatology (USSP) 2014, 2015. Urbino, Italy

Contribution to the Jurassic – Cretaceous – Tertiary Dinoflagellate Cyst Course on Morphology, Stratigraphy & (Paleo)ecology. Heidelberg, Germany, 2015; Utrecht, The Netherlands, 2012; Urbino, Italy, 2009; Urbino, Italy, 2006; Tübingen, Germany, 2004

Contribution to the Urbino Summer School in Paleoclimatology (USSP) 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013. Urbino, Italy.


  • Memberships

American Geophysical Union (2003 – present)

European Geosciences Union (2006 – present)

Geological Society of America (2007 – present)

European Association of Geochemistry (2011 – present)

 

  • Offshore Drilling

Member of the Shipboard Scientific Party for Integrated Ocean Drilling Program Expedition 320-321 (Pacific Equatorial Age Transect, May-June 2009).

During my undergraduate studies I was selected to participate in Leg 208 of the international research drilling organization Ocean Drilling Program. This drilling project on the Walvis Ridge, during March-May 2003, focused on latest Mesozoic and Cenozoic climate evolution, with special reference to the Paleocene – Eocene boundary interval. Co-chiefs of Leg 208 were Prof. Dr. D. Kroon and Prof. Dr. James C. Zachos.

 

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All publications
  2016 - Scholarly publications
Abdelmalak, M.m., Meyer, R., Planke, S., Faleide, J.i., Gernigon, L., Frieling, J., Sluijs, A., Reichart, G.-J., Zastrozhnov, D., Theissen-krah, S., Said, A. & Myklebust, R. (01.04.2016). Pre-breakup magmatism on the Vøring Margin: Insight from new sub-basalt imaging and results from Ocean Drilling Program Hole 642E. Tectonophysics, 675, (pp. 258-274).
Baatsen, M., van Hinsbergen, D. J. J., von der Heydt, A. S., Dijkstra, H. A., Sluijs, A., Abels, H. A. & Bijl, P. K. (2016). Reconstructing geographical boundary conditions for palaeoclimate modelling during the Cenozoic. Climate of the Past, 12, (pp. 1635-1644) (10 p.).
Beddow, Helen M., Liebrand, Diederik, Sluijs, Appy, Wade, Bridget S. & Lourens, Lucas J. (01.01.2016). Global change across the Oligocene-Miocene transition - High-resolution stable isotope records from IODP Site U1334 (equatorial Pacific Ocean). Paleoceanography, 31 (1), (pp. 81-97) (17 p.).
Bijl, Peter K., Brinkhuis, Henk, Egger, Lisa M., Eldrett, James S., Frieling, Joost, Grothe, Arjen, Houben, Alexander J P, Pross, Jörg, Sliwinska, Kasia K. & Sluijs, Appy (18.10.2016). Comment on ‘Wetzeliella and its allies – the ‘hole’ story - a taxonomic revision of the Paleogene dinoflagellate subfamily Wetzelielloideae’ by Williams et al. (2015). Palynology, online first, (pp. 1-7) (7 p.).
Frieling, Joost, Svensen, Henrik H., Planke, Sverre, Cramwinckel, Margot J., Selnes, Haavard & Sluijs, Appy (25.10.2016). Thermogenic methane release as a cause for the long duration of the PETM. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 113 (43), (pp. 12059-12064) (6 p.).
Hoins, M., Eberlein, T., Großmann, C.H., Brandenburg, K., Reichart, G.-J., Rost, B., Sluijs, A. & Van De Waal, D.B. (2016). Combined effects of ocean acidification and light or nitrogen availabilities on 13C fractionation in marine dinoflagellates. PLoS One, 11 (5). Export Date: 3 August 2016.
Hoins, M., Eberlein, T., Van de Waal, D.B., Sluijs, A., Reichart, G.-J. & Rost, B. (2016). CO2-dependent carbon isotope fractionation in dinoflagellates relates to their inorganic carbon fluxes. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 481, (pp. 9-14) (6 p.). Export Date: 3 August 2016.
Luo, Yiming, Boudreau, Bernard P., Dickens, Gerald R., Sluijs, Appy & Middelburg, Jack J. (01.11.2016). An alternative model for CaCO3 over-shooting during the PETM - Biological carbonate compensation. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 453, (pp. 223-233) (11 p.).
van Helmond, N.A.G.M., Sluijs, A., Papadomanolaki, Nina M., Plint, A. Guy, Gröcke, Darren, Pearce, Martin, Eldrett, J.S., Trabucho-Alexandre, João, Walaszczyk, Ireneusz, van de Schootbrugge, B. & Brinkhuis, H. (13.05.2016). Equatorward phytoplankton migration during a cold spell within the Late Cretaceous super-greenhouse. Biogeosciences, 13 (9), (pp. 2859-2872) (14 p.).
Vellekoop, J., Esmeray-Senlet, S., Miller, K.G., Browning, J.V., Sluijs, A., van de Schootbrugge, B., Sinninghe Damsté, J.S. & Brinkhuis, H. (2016). Evidence for Cretaceous-Paleogene boundary bolide "impact winter" conditions from New Jersey, USA. Geology, 44 (8), (pp. 619-622) (4 p.).
von der Heydt, A. S., Dijkstra, Hendrik, van de Wal, R. S. W., Caballero, R., Crucifix, M., Foster, G. L., Huber, M., Köhler, P., Rohling, E. J., Valdes, P. J., Ashwin, P., Bathiany, S., Berends, Tijn, van Bree, Loes, Ditlevsen, P., Ghil, M., Haywood, A., Katzav, J., Lohmann, G., Lohmann, J., Lucarini, V., Marzocchi, A., Pälike, H., Ruvalcaba Baroni, I., Simon, D., Sluijs, A., Stap, L. B., Tantet, A., Viebahn, J. & Ziegler, M. (2016). Lessons on Climate Sensitivity From Past Climate Changes. Current Climate Change Reports, (pp. 1-11) (11 p.).
  2016 - Other output
A. Sluijs (14.12.2016). James B. Macelwane Medal 2016.
  2015 - Scholarly publications
Baatsen, M.L.J., van Hinsbergen, D.J.J., von der Heydt, A.S., Dijkstra, Henk, Sluijs, A., Abels, H.A. & Bijl, P.K. (2015). A generalised approach to reconstructing geographical boundary conditions for palaeoclimate modelling. Climate of the Past Discussions, 11 (5), (pp. 4917-4942).
Hoins, Mirja, Van de Waal, Dedmer B., Eberlein, Tim, Reichart, Gert Jan, Rost, Björn & Sluijs, Appy (01.07.2015). Stable carbon isotope fractionation of organic cyst-forming dinoflagellates - Evaluating the potential for a CO2 proxy. Geochmica et Cosmochimica Acta, 160, (pp. 267-276) (10 p.).
Slotnick, B. S., Lauretano, V., Backman, J., Dickens, G. R., Sluijs, A. & Lourens, L. (17.03.2015). Early Paleogene variations in the calcite compensation depth - New constraints using old borehole sediments from across Ninetyeast Ridge, central Indian Ocean. Climate of the Past, 11 (3), (pp. 473-493) (21 p.).
van Helmond, N.A.G.M., Sluijs, A., Sinninghe Damsté, J.S., Reichart, G.-J., Voigt, S., Erbacher, J., Pross, Jörg & Brinkhuis, H. (18.03.2015). Freshwater discharge controlled deposition of Cenomanian–Turonian black shales on the NW European epicontinental shelf (Wunstorf, northern Germany). Climate of the Past, 11, (pp. 495-508) (14 p.).
van Hinsbergen, Douwe J.J., de Groot, Lennart V., van Schaik, Sebastiaan J., Spakman, Wim, Bijl, Peter K., Sluijs, Appy, Langereis, Cor G. & Brinkhuis, Henk (10.06.2015). A Paleolatitude Calculator for Paleoclimate Studies. PLoS One, 10 (6) (21 p.).
  2014 - Scholarly publications
Abels, H.A., Wang, Chaowen, Lauretano, V., Bowen, G.J., Karssenberg, D., Ziegler, M., Li, G., Van Den Berg, P.F., Van Broekhuizen, S., Hopman, T., Laks, J., Adriaens, R., Clyde, W.C., Elsen, J., Kraus, M.J., Sluijs, A., Vandenberghe, N., Lourens, L.J. & Gingerich, P.D. (2014). Terrestrial sedimentary archives of episodes of greenhouse warming in ancient river floodplain deposits of the Bighorn Basin, Wyoming. Rendiconti Online Societa Geologica Italiana, 31, (pp. 3-4) (2 p.). Export Date: 6 January 2017.
Clyde, W.C., Wilf, P., Iglesias, A., Slingerland, R.L., Barnum, T., Bijl, P.K., Bralower, T.J., Brinkhuis, H., Comer, E.E., Huber, B.T., Ibañez-Mejia, M., Jicha, B.R., Krause, J.M., Schueth, J.D., Singer, B.S., Raigemborn, M.S., Schmitz, M.D., Sluijs, A. & Zamaloa, M.C. (21.01.2014). New age constraints for the Salamanca Formation and lower Río Chico Group in the western San Jorge Basin, Patagonia, Argentina: Implications for cretaceous-paleogene extinction recovery and land mammal age correlations. Bulletin of the Geological Society of America, 126 (3-4), (pp. 289-306) (18 p.). Source: Scopus.
Contreras, L., Pross, J., Bijl, P.K., O'Hara, R.B., Raine, J.I., Sluijs, A. & Brinkhuis, H. (24.07.2014). Southern high-latitude terrestrial climate change during the Palaeocene-Eocene derived from a marine pollen record (ODP Site 1172, East Tasman Plateau). Climate of the Past, 10 (4), (pp. 1401-1420) (20 p.).
Douglas, P.M.J., Affek, H.P., Ivany, L.C., Houben, A.J.P., Sijp, W.P., Sluijs, A., Schouten, S. & Pagani, M. (2014). Pronounced zonal heterogeneity in Eocene southern high-latitude sea surface temperatures. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, (pp. 6582-6587).
Eldrett, J.S., Greenwood, D.R., Polling, M., Brinkhuis, H. & Sluijs, A. (2014). A seasonality trigger for carbon injection at the Paleocene–Eocene Thermal Maximum. Climate of the Past, 10 (2), (pp. 759-769) (11 p.).
Frieling, Joost, Iakovleva, Alina I., Reichart, Gert Jan, Aleksandrova, Galina N., Gnibidenko, Zinaida N., Schouten, Stefan & Sluijs, Appy (2014). Paleocene-Eocene warming and biotic response in the epicontinental West Siberian Sea. Geology, 42 (9), (pp. 767-770) (4 p.).
Giusberti, L., Bannikov, A., Boscolo Galazzo, F., Fornaciari, E., Frieling, J., Luciani, V., Papazzoni, C.A., Roghi, G., Schouten, S., Sluijs, A., Bosellini, F.R. & Zorzin, R. (2014). A new fossil-lagerstätte from the lower eocene of lessini mountains (northern Italy): A multidisciplinary approach. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 403, (pp. 1-15) (15 p.). Source: Scopus.
Krishnan, Srinath, Pagani, Mark, Huber, Matthew & Sluijs, Appy (15.10.2014). High latitude hydrological changes during the Eocene Thermal Maximum 2. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 404, (pp. 167-177) (11 p.).
Sluijs, A., van Roij, L., Harrington, G.J., Schouten, S., Sessa, J.A., LeVay, L.J., Reichart, G.-J. & Slomp, C.P. (2014). Warming, euxinia and sea level rise during the Paleocene–Eocene Thermal Maximum on the Gulf Coastal Plain: implications for ocean oxygenation and nutrient cycling. Climate of the Past, 10, (pp. 1421-1439) (19 p.).
van der Meer, D.G., Zeebe, R., van Hinsbergen, D.J.J., Sluijs, A., Spakman, W. & Torsvik, T.H. (2014). Plate tectonic controls on atmospheric CO2 levels since the Triassic. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 111 (12), (pp. 4380-4385) (6 p.).
van Helmond, N.A.G.M., Sluijs, A., Reichart, G.-J., Sinninghe Damsté, J.S., Slomp, C.P. & Brinkhuis, H. (2014). A perturbed hydrological cycle during Oceanic Anoxic Event 2. Geology, 42 (2), (pp. 123-126) (4 p.).
van Helmond, Niels A. G. M., Ruvalcaba Baroni, Itzel, Sluijs, Appy, Sinninghe Damste, Jaap S. & Slomp, Caroline P. (2014). Spatial extent and degree of oxygen depletion in the deep proto-North Atlantic basin during Oceanic Anoxic Event 2. Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems, 15 (11), (pp. 4254-4266) (13 p.).
Vellekoop, Johan, Sluijs, Appy, Smit, Jan, Schouten, Stefan, Weijers, Johan W H, Sinninghe Damsté, Jaap S. & Brinkhuis, Henk (27.05.2014). Rapid short-term cooling following the Chicxulub impact at the Cretaceous-Paleogene boundary. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 111 (21), (pp. 7537-7541).
Woelders, L., Sluijs, A. & Bijl, P. (2014). Climate and oceanography of the Tasmanian Gateway during the Middle Eocene Climatic Optimum (MECO). Rendiconti Online Societa Geologica Italiana, 31, (pp. 226-227) (2 p.).
Zeebe, R.E., Dickens, G.R., Ridgwell, A., Sluijs, A. & Thomas, E. (2014). Onset of carbon isotope excursion at the Paleocene-Eocene thermal maximum took millennia, not 13 years. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 111 (12), (pp. E1062-E1063) (2 p.). Source: Scopus.
  2014 - Professional publications
  2014 - Popularising publications
Sluijs, A. (16.05.2014). Ineens werd de zee ijskoud (article/interview by Marcel aan de Burgh). NRC Handelsblad
  2014 - Other output
Sluijs, A. (2014). Dode bodem, bron van kennis.
  2013 - Scholarly publications
Bijl, P.K., Bendle, J.A.P., Bohaty, S.M., Pross, J., Schouten, S., Tauxe, L., Stickley, C.E., McKay, R.M., Röhl, U., Olney, M., Sluijs, A., Escutia, C. & Brinkhuis, H. (2013). Eocene cooling linked to early flow across the Tasmanian Gateway. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 110 (24), (pp. 9645-9650) (6 p.).
Bijl, P.K., Sluijs, A. & Brinkhuis, H. (2013). A magneto- and chemostratigraphically calibrated dinoflagellate cyst zonation of the early Palaeogene South Pacific Ocean. Earth-Science Reviews, 124, (pp. 1-31) (31 p.).
Dunkley Jones, T., Lunt, D.J., Schmidt, D.N., Ridgwell, A., Sluijs, A., Valdes, P.J. & Maslin, M. (2013). Climate model and proxy data constraints on ocean warming across the Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum. Earth-Science Reviews, 125, (pp. 123-145) (23 p.). Source: Scopus.
Houben, A.J.P., Bijl, P.K., Pross, J., Bohaty, S.M., Passchier, S., Stickley, C.E., Röhl, U., Sugisaki, S., Tauxe, L., van de Flierdt, T., Olney, M., Sangiorgi, F., Sluijs, A., Escutia, C. & Brinkhuis, H. (2013). Reorganization of southern ocean plankton ecosystem at the onset of Antarctic glaciation. Science, 340 (6130), (pp. 341-344) (4 p.).
Schoon, P.L., Heilmann-Clausen, C., Pagh Schultz, B., Sluijs, A., Sinninghe Damsté, J.S. & Schouten, S. (2013). Recognition of Early Eocene global carbon isotope excursions using lipids of marine Thaumarchaeota. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 373, (pp. 160-168) (9 p.).
Sluijs, A., Zeebe, R., Bijl, P.K. & Bohaty, S.M. (2013). A middle Eocene carbon cycle conundrum. Nature Geoscience, 6 (6), (pp. 429-434) (6 p.).
van de Waal, D.B., John, U., Ziveri, P., Reichart, G.-J., Hoins, M., Sluijs, A. & Rost, B. (2013). Ocean acidification reduces growth and calcification in a marine dinoflagellate. PLoS One, 8 (6), (pp. art. e65987) (1 p.).
  2013 - Popularising publications
Sluijs, A. (08.03.2013). Warmer dan ooit in 110 eeuwen (interview). Trouw
Sluijs, A. (09.03.2013). Wat gek, we zitten niet in een ijstijd (interview). De Volkskrant [online]
Sluijs, A. & Kleinhans, M.G. (21.09.2013). Wetenschappers: schaf klimaatrapport maar af (article by Martijn van Calmthout & Maarten Keulemans). De Volkskrant [online] http://www.volkskrant.nl/vk/nl/2672/Wetenschap-Gezondheid/article/detail/3513738/2013/09/21/Wetenschappers-schaf-klimaatrapport-maar-af.dhtml.
Vonk, J.E., Hazeleger, W., van den Broeke, M.R., van de Wal, R.S.W., Bierkens, M.F.P., Rahmstorf, S., Sluijs, A. & Birol, F. (21.09.2013). Opklaringen in de broeikas (article by Martijn van Calmthout, Maarten Keulemans & Michael Persson). De Volkskrant [online]
  2013 - Other output
  2012 - Scholarly publications
Gibbs, S.J., Bown, P.R., Murphy, B.H., Sluijs, A., Edgar, K.M., Pälike, H., Bolton, C.T. & Zachos, J.C. (22.11.2012). Scaled biotic disruption during early Eocene global warming events. Biogeosciences, 9 (11), (pp. 4679-4688) (10 p.).
Hönisch, B., Ridgwell, A., Schmidt, D.N., Thomas, E., Gibbs, S.J., Sluijs, A., Zeebe, R., Kump, L., Martindale, R.C., Greene, S.E., Kiessling, W., Ries, J., Zachos, J.C., Royer, D.L., Barker, S., Marchitto Jr., T.M., Moyer, R., Pelejero, C., Ziveri, P., Foster, G.L. & Williams, B. (2012). The geological record of ocean acidification. Science, 335 (6072), (pp. 1058-1063) (6 p.).
Pälike, H., Lyle, M.W., Nishi, H., Raffi, I., Ridgwell, A., Gamage, K., Klaus, A., Acton, G., Anderson, L., Backman, J., Baldauf, J., Beltran, C., Bohaty, S.M., Bown, P., Busch, W., Channell, J.E.T., Chun, C.O.J., Delaney, M., Dewangan, P., Jones, T.D., Edgar, K.M., Evans, H., Fitch, P., Foster, G.L., Gussone, N., Hasegawa, H., Hathorne, E.C., Hayashi, H., Herrle, J.O., Holbourn, A., Hovan, S., Hyeong, K., Iijima, K., Ito, T., Kamikuri, S., Kimoto, K., Kuroda, J., Leon-Rodriguez, L., Malinverno, A., Moore, T.C., Murphy, B.H., Murphy, D.P., Nakamura, H., Organe, K., Ohneiser, C., Richter, C., Robinson, R., Rohling, E.J., Romero, O., Sawada, K., Scher, H., Schneider, L., Sluijs, A., Takata, H., Tian, J., Tsujimoto, A., Wade, B.S., Westerhold, T., Wilkens, R., Williams, T., Wilson, P.A., Yamamoto, Y., Yamamoto, S., Yamazaki, T. & Zeebe, R.E. (2012). A Cenozoic record of the equatorial Pacific carbonate compensation depth. Nature, 488 (7413), (pp. 609-614) (6 p.).
Rohling, E.J., Sluijs, A., Dijkstra, H.A., van de Wal, R.S.W., von der Heydt, A.S., Bijl, P.K. & Zeebe, R. (2012). Making sense of palaeoclimate sensitivity. Nature, 491, (pp. 683-691) (9 p.). PALAEOSENS Project Members (35 auteurs, niet genoemd in PDF).
Slotnick, B.S., Dickens, G.R., Nicolo, M.J., Hollis, C.J., Crampton, J.S., Zachos, J.C. & Sluijs, A. (2012). Large-amplitude variations in carbon cycling and terrestrial weathering during the latest Paleocene and earliest Eocene: The record at Mead Stream, New Zealand. Journal of Geology, 120 (5), (pp. 487-505) (19 p.).
Sluijs, A. & Dickens, G.R. (2012). Assessing offsets between the d13C of sedimentary components and the global exogenic carbon pool across early Paleogene carbon cycle perturbations. Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 26 (4), (pp. art. GB4005) (1 p.).
Sluijs, A., Zachos, J.C. & Zeebe, R.E. (2012). Constraints on hyperthermals. Nature Geoscience, 5 (4), (pp. 230-230) (1 p.).
  2011 - Scholarly publications
Bijl, P.K., Pross, J., Warnaar, J., Stickley, C.E., Huber, H., Guerstein, R., Houben, A.J.P., Sluijs, A., Visscher, H. & Brinkhuis, H. (2011). Environmental forcings of Paleogene Southern Ocean dinoflagellate biogeography. Paleoceanography, 26, (pp. PA1202) (1 p.).
Houben, A.J.P., Bijl, P.K., Guerstein, R., Sluijs, A. & Brinkhuis, H. (2011). Malvinia escutiana, a new biostratigraphically important Oligocene dinoflagellate cyst from the Southern Ocean. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology, 165, (pp. 175-182) (8 p.).
Lunt, D.J., Ridgwell, A., Sluijs, A., Zachos, J.C., Hunter, S. & Haywood, A. (2011). A model for orbital pacing of methane hydrate destabilization during the Palaeogene. Nature Geoscience, 4, (pp. 775-778) (4 p.).
Schoon, P.L., Sluijs, A., Sinninghe Damsté, J.S. & Schouten, S. (2011). Stable carbon isotope patterns of marine biomarker lipids in the Arctic Ocean during Eocene Thermal Maximum 2. Paleoceanography, 26, (pp. PA3215) (1 p.).
Sluijs, A., Bijl, P.K., Schouten, S., Röhl, U., Reichart, G.-J. & Brinkhuis, H. (2011). Southern ocean warming, sea level and hydrological change during the Paleocene-Eocene thermal maximum. Climate of the Past, 7 (1), (pp. 47-61) (15 p.).
Wientjes, I.G.M., van de Wal, R.S.W., Reichart, G.-J., Sluijs, A. & Oerlemans, J. (2011). Dust from the dark region in the western ablation zone of the Greenland ice sheet. Cryosphere, 5 (3), (pp. 589-601) (13 p.).
  2011 - Other output
A. Sluijs (28.08.2011). Deep time’ dinoflagellate cyst paleoecology – state of the art. Liverpool, UK, DINO9.
  2010 - Scholarly publications
Bijl, P.K., Houben, A.J.P., Schouten, S., Bohaty, S.M., Sluijs, A., Reichart, G.-J., Sinninghe Damsté, J.S. & Brinkhuis, H. (2010). Transient Middle Eocene atmospheric CO2 and temperature variations. Science, 330 (6005), (pp. 819-821, doi: 10.1126/science.1193654) (2 p.).
Lyle, M., Pälike, H., Nishi, H., Raffi, I., Gamage, K., Klaus, A. & IODP Expeditions 320/321 Scientific Party, the (2010). The Pacific Equatorial Age Transect, IODP Expeditions 320 and 321: building a 50-million-year-long environmental record of the equatorial Pacific Ocean. Scientific Drilling, 9, (pp. 4-15) (12 p.).
Palike, H., Lyle, M., Nishi, H., Raffi, I., Gamage, K., Klaus, A., Anderson, L., Malinverno, A., Backman, J., Beltran, C., Busch, W., Channell, J., Dewangan, P., Hasegawa, H., Hathorne, E., Hayashi, H., Holbourn, A., Hovan, S., Iijima, K., Ito, T., Kimoto, K., Murphy, D., Ogane, K., Romero, O., Schneider, L., Sluijs, A., Tian, J., Tsujimoto, A., Wade, B., Wilkens, R., Yamamoto, S. & Yamazaki, T. (2010). Expedition 320/321 Scientists, 2010. Methods. Proc. IODP, 320/321 (pp. doi:10.2204/iodp.proc.320321.102.2010) (1 p.). Tokyo: Integrated Ocean Drilling Program Management International, Inc..
Palike, H., Lyle, M., Nishi, H., Raffi, I., Gamage, K., Klaus, A., Anderson, L., Malinverno, A., Backman, J., Beltran, C., Busch, W., Channell, J., Dewangan, P., Hasegawa, H., Hathorne, E., Hayashi, H., Holbourn, A., Hovan, S., Iijima, K., Ito, T., Kimoto, K., Murphy, D., Ogane, K., Romero, O., Schneider, L., Sluijs, A., Tian, J., Tsujimoto, A., Wade, B., Wilkens, R., Yamamoto, S. & Yamazaki, T. (2010). Expedition 320/321 Scientists, 2010. Site U1331. Proc. IODP, 320/321 (pp. doi:10.2204/iodp.proc.320321.103.2010) (1 p.). Tokyo: Integrated Ocean Drilling Program Management International, Inc..
Palike, H., Lyle, M., Nishi, H., Raffi, I., Gamage, K., Klaus, A., Anderson, L., Malinverno, A., Backman, J., Beltran, C., Busch, W., Channell, J., Dewangan, P., Hasegawa, H., Hathorne, E., Hayashi, H., Holbourn, A., Hovan, S., Iijima, K., Ito, T., Kimoto, K., Murphy, D., Ogane, K., Romero, O., Schneider, L., Sluijs, A., Tian, J., Tsujimoto, A., Wade, B., Wilkens, R., Yamamoto, S. & Yamazaki, T. (2010). Expedition 320/321 Scientists, 2010. Site U1332. Proc. IODP, 320/321 (pp. doi:10.2204/iodp.proc.320321.104.2010) (1 p.). Tokyo: Integrated Ocean Drilling Program Management International, Inc..
Palike, H., Lyle, M., Nishi, H., Raffi, I., Gamage, K., Klaus, A., Anderson, L., Malinverno, A., Backman, J., Beltran, C., Busch, W., Channell, J., Dewangan, P., Hasegawa, H., Hathorne, E., Hayashi, H., Holbourn, A., Hovan, S., Iijima, K., Ito, T., Kimoto, K., Murphy, D., Ogane, K., Romero, O., Schneider, L., Sluijs, A., Tian, J., Tsujimoto, A., Wade, B., Wilkens, R., Yamamoto, S. & Yamazaki, T. (2010). Expedition 320/321 Scientists, 2010. Site U1333. Proc. IODP, 320/321 (pp. doi:10.2204/iodp.proc.320321.105.2010) (1 p.). Tokyo: Integrated Ocean Drilling Program Management International, Inc..
Palike, H., Lyle, M., Nishi, H., Raffi, I., Gamage, K., Klaus, A., Anderson, L., Malinverno, A., Backman, J., Beltran, C., Busch, W., Channell, J., Dewangan, P., Hasegawa, H., Hathorne, E., Hayashi, H., Holbourn, A., Hovan, S., Iijima, K., Ito, T., Kimoto, K., Murphy, D., Ogane, K., Romero, O., Schneider, L., Sluijs, A., Tian, J., Tsujimoto, A., Wade, B., Wilkens, R., Yamamoto, S. & Yamazaki, T. (2010). Expedition 320/321 Scientists, 2010. Site U1334. Proc. IODP, 320/321 (pp. doi:10.2204/iodp.proc.320321.106.2010) (1 p.). Tokyo: Integrated Ocean Drilling Program Management International, Inc..
Palike, H., Lyle, M., Nishi, H., Raffi, I., Gamage, K., Klaus, A., Anderson, L., Malinverno, A., Backman, J., Beltran, C., Busch, W., Channell, J., Dewangan, P., Hasegawa, H., Hathorne, E., Hayashi, H., Holbourn, A., Hovan, S., Iijima, K., Ito, T., Kimoto, K., Murphy, D., Ogane, K., Romero, O., Schneider, L., Sluijs, A., Tian, J., Tsujimoto, A., Wade, B., Wilkens, R., Yamamoto, S. & Yamazaki, T. (2010). Expedition 320/321 Scientists, 2010. Site U1335. Proc. IODP, 320/321 (pp. doi:10.2204/iodp.proc.320321.107.2010) (1 p.). Tokyo: Integrated Ocean Drilling Program Management International, Inc..
Palike, H., Lyle, M., Nishi, H., Raffi, I., Gamage, K., Klaus, A., Anderson, L., Malinverno, A., Backman, J., Beltran, C., Busch, W., Channell, J., Dewangan, P., Hasegawa, H., Hathorne, E., Hayashi, H., Holbourn, A., Hovan, S., Iijima, K., Ito, T., Kimoto, K., Murphy, D., Ogane, K., Romero, O., Schneider, L., Sluijs, A., Tian, J., Tsujimoto, A., Wade, B., Wilkens, R., Yamamoto, S. & Yamazaki, T. (2010). Expedition 320/321 Scientists, 2010. Site U1336. Proc. IODP, 320/321 (pp. doi:10.2204/iodp.proc.320321.108.2010) (1 p.). Tokyo: Integrated Ocean Drilling Program Management International, Inc..
Palike, H., Lyle, M., Nishi, H., Raffi, I., Gamage, K., Klaus, A., Anderson, L., Malinverno, A., Backman, J., Beltran, C., Busch, W., Channell, J., Dewangan, P., Hasegawa, H., Hathorne, E., Hayashi, H., Holbourn, A., Hovan, S., Iijima, K., Ito, T., Kimoto, K., Murphy, D., Ogane, K., Romero, O., Schneider, L., Sluijs, A., Tian, J., Tsujimoto, A., Wade, B., Wilkens, R., Yamamoto, S. & Yamazaki, T. (2010). Expedition 320/321 Scientists, 2010. Site U1337. Proc. IODP, 320/321 (pp. doi:10.2204/iodp.proc.320321.109.2010) (1 p.). Tokyo: Integrated Ocean Drilling Program Management International, Inc..
Palike, H., Lyle, M., Nishi, H., Raffi, I., Gamage, K., Klaus, A., Anderson, L., Malinverno, A., Backman, J., Beltran, C., Busch, W., Channell, J., Dewangan, P., Hasegawa, H., Hathorne, E., Hayashi, H., Holbourn, A., Hovan, S., Iijima, K., Ito, T., Kimoto, K., Murphy, D., Ogane, K., Romero, O., Schneider, L., Sluijs, A., Tian, J., Tsujimoto, A., Wade, B., Wilkens, R., Yamamoto, S. & Yamazaki, T. (2010). Expedition 320/321 Scientists, 2010. Site U1338. Proc. IODP, 320/321 (pp. doi:10.2204/iodp.proc.320321.110.2010) (1 p.). Tokyo: Integrated Ocean Drilling Program Management International, Inc..
Palike, H., Lyle, M., Nishi, H., Raffi, I., Gamage, K., Klaus, A., Anderson, L., Malinverno, A., Backman, J., Beltran, C., Busch, W., Channell, J., Dewangan, P., Hasegawa, H., Hathorne, E., Hayashi, H., Holbourn, A., Hovan, S., Iijima, K., Ito, T., Kimoto, K., Murphy, D., Ogane, K., Romero, O., Schneider, L., Sluijs, A., Tian, J., Tsujimoto, A., Wade, B., Wilkens, R., Yamamoto, S. & Yamazaki, T. (2010). Expedition 320/321 summary. Proc. IODP, 320/321 (pp. doi:10.2204/iodp.proc.320321.101.2010) (1 p.). Tokyo: Integrated Ocean Drilling Program Management International, Inc..
Stap, L., Lourens, L.J., Thomas, E., Sluijs, A., Bohaty, S. & Zachos, J.C. (2010). High-resolution deep-sea carbon and oxygen isotope records of Eocene Thermal Maximum 2 and H2. Geology, 38 (7), (pp. 607-610) (4 p.).
  2010 - Other output
A. Sluijs (01.06.2010). Biomarine Sciences: the Oceans in the past, present and future. Utrecht, Lecture within the Lecture Series of the Utrecht Biologists Society.
A. Sluijs (16.05.2010). Dinoflagellates: From Protist to Proxy. Italy, Milano, Keynote at the retirement symposium of Prof. Dr. Isabella Premoli-Silva.
A. Sluijs (29.01.2010). Fossiele broeikasklimaten als analoog voor de toekomst: hoe goed zijn onze voorspellingen?. Middelburg, Lecture for the Royal Zealand Society of Science.
A. Sluijs (13.01.2010). Het broeikasklimaat van het verleden als analoog voor de toekomst. Dordrecht, Lecture at high school.
A. Sluijs (03.05.2010). Paleogene Temperature Evolution of the Southwest Pacific Ocean: Warming and Cooling the Greenhouse. Vienna, Austia, European Geophysical Union General Assembly.
A. Sluijs (03.12.2010). Parallel Trends in Middle Eocene Temperatures and Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide Concentration?. Utrecht, 17th Annual NSG symposium.
A. Sluijs (14.06.2010). Parallel Trends in Middle Eocene Temperatures and Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide Concentration?. Knoxville, TN, USA, Goldschmidt 2010.
A. Sluijs (04.03.2010). Spitsbergen tijdens de fossiele broeikaswereld. Zaandijk, the Netherlands, Invited lecture at high school.
A. Sluijs (22.04.2010). The Geological Record of Ocean Acidification. Keynote lecture: 10th Nederlands Aardwetenschappelijk Congres.
A. Sluijs (07.07.2010). The Middle Eocene Climatic Optimum and pCO2: warming the doubthouse. Workshop on Palaeo-CO2.
  2009 - Scholarly publications
Agnini, C., Macri, P., Backman, J., Brinkhuis, H., Fornaciari, E., Biusberti, L., Luciani, V., Rio, D., Sluijs, A. & Speranza, F. (2009). An Early Eocene carbon cycle perturbation at ~52.5 Ma in the Southern Alps: Chronology and biotic response. Paleoceanography, 24, (pp. doi:10.1029/2008PA001649.).
Bijl, P.K., Schouten, S., Sluijs, A., Reichart, G.-J., Zachos, J.C. & Brinkhuis, H. (2009). Early Palaeogene temperature evolution of the southwest Pacific Ocean. Nature, 461 (7265), (pp. 776-779, doi: a0.1038/nature08399) (2 p.).
Kraal, P., Slomp, C.P., Forster, A., Kuypers, M.M.M. & Sluijs, A. (2009). Pyrite oxidation during sample storage determines phosphorus fractionation in carbonate-poor anoxic sediments. Geochmica et Cosmochimica Acta, 73 (11), (pp. 3277-3290) (14 p.).
Raffi, I., Backman, J., Zachos, J.C. & Sluijs, A. (2009). The response of calcareous nannofossil assemblages to the Paleocene Eocene Thermal Maximum at the Walvis Ridge in the South Atlantic. Marine Micropaleontology, 70, (pp. 201-212) (12 p.).
Sangiorgi, F., Sluijs, A., Barke, J. & Brinkhuis, H. (2009). Reading the first early Cenozoic central Arctic sediment record: A palynological view. PAGES Newsletter, 17, (pp. 78-80) (3 p.).
Sluijs, A. (2009). Rapid Carbon Injection and Transient Global Warming during the Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum. Geoscience Canada, 36, (pp. 60-64) (5 p.).
Sluijs, A. & Brinkhuis, H. (2009). A dynamic climate and ecosystem state during the Paleocene – Eocene Thermal Maximum: inferences from dinoflagellate cyst assemblages on the New Jersey shelf. Biogeosciences, 6, (pp. 1755-1781) (27 p.).
Sluijs, A. & Brinkhuis, H. (2009). A dynamic climate state during the Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum: inferences from dinoflagellate cyst assemblages on the New Jersey Shelf. Biogeosciences, 6, (pp. 1755-1781) (27 p.).
Sluijs, A., Brinkhuis, H., Williams, G.L. & Fensome, R.A. (2009). Taxonomic revision of some Cretaceous-Cenozoic spiny organic-walled peridiniacean dinoflagellate cysts. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology, 154, (pp. 34-53, doi:10.1016/j.revpalbo.2008.11.006.) (1 p.).
Sluijs, A., Schouten, S., Donders, T.H., Schoon, P.L., Röhl, U., Reichart, G.-J., Sangiorgi, F., Kim, J.-H., Sinninghe Damste, J.S. & Brinkhuis, H. (2009). Warm and wet conditions in the Arctic region during Eocene Thermal Maximum 2. Nature Geoscience, 2, (pp. 777-780, doi:10.1038/ngeo668) (2 p.).
Stap, L., Sluijs, A., Thomas, E. & Lourens, L. (2009). Patterns and magnitude of deep sa carbonate dissolution during Eocene Thermal Maximum 2 and H2, Walvis Ridge, southeastern Atlantic Ocean. Paleoceanography, 24, (pp. PA1211-doi: 10.1029/2008PA001655) (445 p.).
  2009 - Professional publications
Dorland, R., Strengers, B.J., Dolman, H., Haarsma, R.J., Katsman, C., van Oldenborgh, G.J., Sluijs, A. & van de Wal, R.S.W. (2009). The global climate system. In A. Righart (Eds.), News in climate Science and exploring boundaries : a policy brief on developments since the IPCCAR4 report in 2007 (pp. 13-19) (7 p.). Bilthoven: Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency.
  2009 - Other output
A. Sluijs (15.09.2009). Drilling the central Arctic: from a Palaeogene ‘pond’ to a Neogene ocean. Arctic3P conference.
A. Sluijs (05.01.2009). Increasing Eocene Equator-to-Pole sea surface temperature gradients. Wellington, New Zealand, CBEP.
A. Sluijs (05.01.2009). The Middle Eocene Climatic Optimum (MECO) recorded in the surface waters of the Southern Ocean: A Dinoflagellate cyst and organic geochemical perspective. Wellington, Nieuw Zeeland, CBEP.
Bijl, P.K., Schouten, S., Sluijs, A., Reichart, G.-J., Zachos, J.C. & Brinkhuis, H. (2009). Tropische Zuidpool 50 miljoen jaar geleden.
  2008 - Scholarly publications
Abdul Aziz, H., Hilgen, F.J., van Luijk, G.M., Sluijs, A., Kraus, M.J., Pares, J.M. & Gingerich, P.D. (2008). Astronomical climate control on paleosol stacking patterns in the upper Paleocene-lower Eocene Willwood Formation, Bighorn Basin, Wyoming. Geology, 36 (7), (pp. 531-534) (4 p.).
John, C.M., Bohaty, S.M., Zachos, J.C., Sluijs, A., Gibbs, S., Brinkhuis, H. & Bralower, T.J. (2008). North American continental margin records of the Paleocene-Eocene thermal maximum: Implications for global carbon and hydrological cycling. Paleoceanography, 23 (2), (pp. PA2217 doi: 10.1029/2007PA001465) (1 p.).
Sluijs, A. & Brinkhuis, H. (2008). Rapid carbon injection and transient global warming during the Paleocene – Eocene thermal maximum. Geologie en Mijnbouw/Netherlands Journal of Geosciences, 87 (3), (pp. 201-206) (6 p.).
Sluijs, A., Brinkhuis, H., Crouch, E.M., John, C.M., Handley, L., Munsterman, D., Bohaty, S.M., Zachos, J.C., Reichart, G.-J., Schouten, S., Pancost, R.D., Sinninghe Damsté, J.S., Welters, N.L.D., Lotter, A.F. & Dickens, G.R. (2008). Eustatic variations during the Palaeocene-Eocene greenhouse world. Paleoceanography, 23 (4), (pp. PA4216 doi: 10.1029/2008PA001615) (1 p.).
Sluijs, A., Röhl, U., Schouten, S., Brumsack, H.-J., Sangiorgi, F., Sinninghe Damsté, J.S. & Brinkhuis, H. (2008). Arctic late Paleocene-early Eocene paleoenvironments with special emphasis on the Paleocene-Eocene thermal maximum (Lomonosov Ridge, Integrated Ocean Drilling Program Expedition 302). Paleoceanography, 23, (pp. PA1S11-doi:10.1029/2007PA001495) (1485 p.).
Weijers, J.W.H., Schouten, S., Sluijs, A., Brinkhuis, H. & Sinninghe Damsté, J.S. (2008). Erratum to "Warm arctic continents during the Palaeocene-Eocene thermal maximum" [Earth Planet. Sci. Lett. 261 (2007) 230-238] (DOI:10.1016/j.epsl.2007.06.033). Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 268 (1-2), (pp. 243) (1 p.).
  2008 - Other output
A. Sluijs (06.08.2008). Arctic early Paleogene environments with special emphasis on the Paleocene-Eocene thermal maximum: a dinoflagellate and biomarker perspective. Oslo, Norway, 33rd IGC.
A. Sluijs (01.04.2008). Climate and Carbon Cycle Dynamics during Late Paleocene – Early Eocene Transient Global Warming Events. Cambridge University, UK, Invited lecture.
A. Sluijs (01.11.2008). Climate and Carbon Cycle Dynamics during Late Paleocene – Early Eocene Transient Global Warming Events. Koninklijk Nederlands Geologisch Mijnbouwkundig Genootschap (KNGMG), Symposium ‘Climate Change, Facts, Uncertainties and Myths’.
A. Sluijs (01.10.2008). Climate and Carbon Cycle Dynamics during Late Paleocene – Early Eocene Transient Global Warming Events. Gussow-Nuna Geoscience Conference on Climate Change.
A. Sluijs (01.05.2008). De Fossiele broeikaswereld als analoog voor de toekomst. Hoogheemraadschap Hollands Noorderkwartier, invited lecture.
A. Sluijs (01.04.2008). De Fossiele broeikaswereld als analoog voor de toekomst. D’Algeemene Debating Club of the Utrechtse Studenten Corps, Invited lecture.
A. Sluijs (30.08.2008). Drilling the Arctic Palaeogene swamp: a palynological perspective. 12th International Palynological Congress / 8th International Organisation of Palaeobotany Conference.
A. Sluijs (01.04.2008). Fresh and Warm Arctic Ocean conditions during Eocene Thermal Maximum 2. Vienna, Austria, European Geosciences Union (EGU) General Assembly.
A. Sluijs (16.05.2008). Fresh and warm Arctic Ocean Surface Waters during Eocene Thermal Maximum 2. Vienna, Austria, EGU 2008.
A. Sluijs (28.11.2008). Increasing Eocene Equator-to-Pole sea surface temperature gradients. Utrecht, 15th Annual NSG Symposium.
A. Sluijs (01.06.2008). The Fossil Greenhouse Earth Analogue. Spitsbergen, World Wildlife Fund, “Voyage for the Future”.
  2007 - Scholarly publications
Kroon, D., Zachos, J.C., Blum, P., Bowles, J., Gaillot, P., Hasegawa, T., Hathorne, E.C., Hodell, D.A., Kelly, D.C., Jung, J.-H., Keller, S.M., Lee, Y.-S., Leuschner, D.C., Kyger, Z.L., Lohmann, C., Lourens, L.J., Monechi, S., Nicolo, M., Raffi, I., Riesselman, C., Röhl, U., Schellenberg, S.A., Schmidt, D., Sluijs, A., Thomas, D., Thomas, E. & Vallius, H. (2007). Leg 208 synthesis: Cenozoic climate cycles and excursions. In D. Kroon, J.C. Zachos & C. Richter (Eds.), Proc. ODP, Sci. Results, 208: College Station, TX (Ocean Drilling Program) (pp. 1-55 . doi:10.2973/odp.proc.sr.208.20) (20 p.).
Schouten, S., Woltering, M., Rijpstra, W.I.C., Sluijs, A., Brinkhuis, H. & Sinninghe Damsté, J.S. (2007). The Paleocene-Eocene carbon isotope excursion in higher plant organic matter: Differential fractionation of angiosperms and conifers in the Arctic. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 258, (pp. 581-592) (12 p.).
Sluijs, A. (2007). Carbon burp and transient global warming during the Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum. PAGES Newsletter, 16 (1), (pp. 9-11) (3 p.).
Sluijs, A., Bowen, G.J., Brinkhuis, H., Lourens, L.J. & Thomas, E. (2007). The Palaeocene-Eocene thermal maximum super greenhouse: biotic and geochemical signatures, age models and mechanisms of global change. In M. Williams, A.M. Haywood, F.J. Gregory & D.N. Schmidt (Eds.), Deep time perspectives on Climate Change: Marrying the Signal from Computer Models and Biological Proxies. (pp. 323-349) (27 p.). London: The Geological Society Publishing House.
Sluijs, A., Brinkhuis, H., Schouten, S., Bohaty, S.M., John, C.M., Zachos, J.C., Reichart, G.-J., Sinninghe Damsté, J.S., Crouch, E.M. & Dickens, G.R. (2007). Environmental precursors to rapid light carbon injection at the Palaeocene/Eocene boundary. Nature, 450, (pp. 1218-1221) (4 p.).
Weijers, J.W.H., Schouten, S., Sluijs, A., Brinkhuis, H. & Sinninghe Damsté, J.S. (2007). Warm Arctic continents during the Palaeocene - Eocene thermal maximum. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 261 (1-2), (pp. 230-238) (9 p.).
  2006 - Scholarly publications
Brinkhuis, H., Schouten, S., Collinson, M.E., Sluijs, A., Sinninghe Damsté, J.S., Dickens, G.R., Huber, M., Cronin, T.M., Onodera, J., Takahashi, K., Bujak, J.P., Stein, R., van der Burgh, J., Eldrett, J.S., Harding, I.C., Lotter, A.F., Sangiorgi, F., van Konijnenburg-van Cittert, J.H.A., de Leeuw, J.W., Matthiessen, J., Backman, J. & Moran, K. (2006). Episodic fresh surface waters in the Eocene Arctic Ocean. Nature, 441 (7093), (pp. 606-609) (4 p.).
Pagani, M., Pedentchouk, N., Huber, M., Sluijs, A., Schouten, S., Brinkhuis, H., Sinninghe Damsté, J.S., Reichart, G.-J. & Dickens, G.R. (2006). Arctic hydrology during global warming at the Palaeocene/Eocene thermal maximum (vol 442, pg 671, 2006). Nature, 443, (pp. 598-598) (1 p.).
Pagani, M., Pedentchouk, N., Huber, M., Sluijs, A., Schouten, S., Brinkhuis, H., Sinninghe Damsté, J.S., Reichart, G.-J. & Dickens, G.R. (2006). Arctic hydrology during global warming at the Palaeocene/Eocene thermal maximum. Nature, 442, (pp. 671-675) (5 p.).
Sluijs, A., Schouten, S., Pagani, M., Woltering, M., Brinkhuis, H., Sinninghe Damsté, J.S., Dickens, G.R., Huber, M., Reichart, G.-J., Stein, R., Matthiessen, J., Lourens, L.J., Pedentchouk, N., Backman, J. & Moran, K. (2006). Subtropical Arctic Ocean temperatures during the Palaeocene/Eocene thermal maximum. Nature, 441 (7093), (pp. 610-613) (4 p.).
Zachos, J.C., Schouten, S., Bohaty, S., Quattlebaum, T., Sluijs, A., Brinkhuis, H., Gibbs, S. & Bralower, T.J. (2006). Extreme warming of mid-latitude coastal ocean during the Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum: Inferences from TEX86 and Isotope Data. Geology, 34 (9), (pp. 737-740) (4 p.).
  2006 - Other output
A. Sluijs (24.04.2006). A Giant Arctic Freshwater Pond at the end of the Early Eocene – Implications for Ocean Heat Transport and Carbon Cycling. 8e Nederlands Aardwetenschappelijk Congres.
A. Sluijs (24.04.2006). A Giant Arctic Freshwater Pond at the end of the Early Eocene – Implications for Ocean Heat Transport and Carbon Cycling. 8e Nederlands Aardwetenschappelijk Congres.
A. Sluijs (02.04.2006). A subtropical North Pole during the late Paleocene - early Eocene. EGU General Assembly 2006.
A. Sluijs (12.06.2006). Dinoflagellates show Pre-Carbon-Isotope-Excursion climate change at the Paleocene-Eocene boundary. Bilbao, Spain, Climate and Biota of the Early Paleogene 2006.
A. Sluijs (10.12.2006). Global warming leads the carbon isotope excursion at the Paleocene-Eocene thermal maximum. AGU FAll meeting.
A. Sluijs (24.04.2006). Subtropical Late Paleocene – Early Eocene temperatures on the North Pole. 8e Nederlands Aardwetenschappelijk Congres.
A. Sluijs (04.12.2006). The Paleocene-Eocene thermal maximum as a fossil analogue for Modern greenhouse warming, 2006. Amsterdam, Netherlands Global Change Committee of the Royal Dutch Science Academy (KNAW)..
  2005 - Scholarly publications
Lourens, L.J., Sluijs, A., Kroon, D., Zachos, J.C., Thomas, E., Röhl, U., Bowles, J. & Raffi, I. (2005). Astronomical pacing of late Palaeocene to early Eocene global warming events. Nature, 435 (7045), (pp. 1083-1087) (5 p.).
Sluijs, A., Pross, J. & Brinkhuis, H. (2005). From greenhouse to icehouse; organic-walled dinoflagellate cysts as paleoenvironmental indicators in the Paleogene. Earth-Science Reviews, 68, (pp. 281-315) (35 p.).
Zachos, J.C., Röhl, U., Schellenberg, S.A., Sluijs, A., Hodell, D.A., Kelly, D.C., Thomas, E., Nicolo, M., Raffi, I., Lourens, L.J., McCarren, H. & Kroon, D. (2005). Rapid acidification of the ocean during the Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum. Science, 308 (5728), (pp. 1611-1615) (5 p.).
  2005 - Popularising publications
Sluijs, A. (2005). AGU 2004 - the LPP contributions. Stuifmail, 24 (1), (pp. 24-25) (2 p.).
  2005 - Other output
A. Sluijs (17.10.2005). Atmosphere-ocean CO2 disequilibrium and the hydrologic response to climate change during the PETM: an Arctic perspective. GSA Annnual Meeting.
A. Sluijs (24.04.2005). Timing, nature and consequences of the deepening of the Tasmanian Gateway. Vienna, EGU, Vienna, Austria.
A. Sluijs (06.12.2005). Ultra-high late Paleocene - early Eocene sea surface temperatures on the North Pole. AGU Meeting.
  2004 - Scholarly publications
Huber, M., Brinkhuis, H., Stickley, C.E., Döös, K., Sluijs, A., Warnaar, J., Schellenberg, S.A. & Williams, G.L. (2004). Eocene circulation of the Southern Ocean: Was Antarctica kept warm by subtropical waters?. Paleoceanography, 19, (pp. PA4026) (12 p.).
Röhl, U., Brinkhuis, H., Sluijs, A. & Fuller, M. (2004). On the Search for the Paleocene/Eocene Boundary in the Southern Ocean: Exploring ODP Leg 189 Holes 1171D and 1172D, Tasman Sea. In N.F. Exon, M. Malone & J.P. Kennett (Eds.), The Cenozoic Southern Ocean: Tectonics, Sedimentation, and Climate Change Between Australia and Antarctica (pp. 113-126) (344 p.). Washington, USA: AGU.
Stickley, C.E., Brinkhuis, H., Schellenberg, S.A., Sluijs, A., Röhl, U., Fuller, M., Grauert, M., Huber, M., Warnaar, J. & Williams, G.L. (2004). Timing and nature of the deepening of the Tasmanian Gateway. Paleoceanography, 19 (PA4027) (18 p.).
  2004 - Professional publications
Kroon, D., Zachos, J.C., Blum, P., Bowles, J., Gaillot, P., Hasegawa, T., Hathorne, E.C., Hodell, D.A., Kelly, D.C., Jung, J.-H., Keller, S.M., Lee, Y.-S., Leuschner, D.C., Liu, Z., Lohmann, K.C., Lourens, L.J., Monechi, S., Nicolo, M., Raffi, I., Riesselman, C., Röhl, U., Schellenberg, S.A., Schmidt, D., Sluijs, A., Thomas, D.J., Thomas, E. & Vallius, H. (2004). Early Cenozoic Extreme Climates: The Walvis Ridge Transect. http://www-odp.tamu.edu/publications/208_IR/208TOC.HTM. Texas, USA: ODP.
  2003 - Scholarly publications
Brinkhuis, H., Munsterman, D.K., Sengers, S., Sluijs, A., Warnaar, J. & Williams, G.L. (2003). Late Eocene to Quaternary dinoflagellate cysts from ODP Site 1168, Off western Tasmania. Proceedings of the Ocean Drilling Program: Scientific Results, Leg 189.
Brinkhuis, H., Sengers, S., Sluijs, A., Warnaar, J. & Williams, G.L. (2003). Latest Cretaceous to earliest Oligocene, and Quaternary dinoflagellate cysts from ODP Site 1172, East Tasman Plateau. Proceedings of the Ocean Drilling Program: Scientific Results, Leg 189.
Sluijs, A., Brinkhuis, H., Stickley, C.E., Warnaar, J., Williams, G.L. & Fuller, M. (2003). Dinoflagellate cysts from the Eocene/Oligocene transition in the Southern Ocean; results from ODP Leg 189. Proceedings of the Ocean Drilling Program: Scientific Results, Leg 189.
  2003 - Professional publications
Kroon, D., Zachos, J.C., Blum, P., Bowles, J., Gaillot, P., Hasegawa, T., Hathorne, E.C., Hodell, D.A., Kelly, D.C., Jung, J.-H., Keller, S.M., Lee, Y.-S., Leuschner, D.C., Kyger, Z.L., Lohmann, C., Lourens, L.J., Monechi, S., Nicolo, M., Raffi, I., Riesselman, C., Röhl, U., Schellenberg, S.A., Schmidt, D., Sluijs, A., Thomas, D., Thomas, E. & Vallius, H. (2003). Ocean Drilling Program Leg 208. Early Cenozoic Extreme Climates: The Walvis Ridge Transect. Available from World Wide Web: http//www-odp.tamu.edu/publications/prelim/208_prel/208PREL.PDF. (112 p.). nn: nn.
  0 - Other output
A. Sluijs (0). De gevolgen van de CO2-toename blijken nog groter te zijn dan we al dachten.
A. Sluijs (0). De toekomst van het klimaat ligt besloten in de zeebodem.
A. Sluijs (0). Drilling the Arctic Palaeogene swamp: a dinoflagellate perspective. DINO8 conference.
A. Sluijs (0). Zoek het uit! Klimaat.
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“My primary research interests include climate and ecological change in the geological past. My research particularly focuses on reconstructing temperature, marine ecology, hydrology, biogeochemical cycles and sea level during periods that were characterized by rapidly increasing, or generally high concentrations of CO2 in the atmosphere. Together with students and colleagues, I combine micropaleontological and geochemical (both inorganic and organic) techniques to quantify and understand the functioning of planet Earth under ‘greenhouse’ conditions. The results provide the ultimate tool to test the performance of climate and biogeochemical models under such conditions. More recently, I have started to work on the biogeology of an important but understudied group of marine protists, dinoflagellates. The biogeochemistry of dinoflagellates and their fossil remains (dinocysts) is dependent on sea water CO2 concentrations and pH; a relation we aim to develop into a proxy to reconstruct marine carbon cycling and ocean acidification in the geological past.”

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2013-2014

  • Coördinator Marine Sciences 1 (B-B2MSCI07), period 1, level 2.
  • Coördinator Marine Sciences 1 (B-B1MAWE13), period 4, level 1.
  • Instructor Marine Sciences 2 (B-B3MSCI05), period 2, level 3.
  • Instructor Veldwerk Biogeologie (GEO3-1213), period 4, level 3.
  • Instructor Klimaat en Maatschappij (BETA-B1KM), period 4, level 1.

2014-2015

  • Coördinator MSc Marine Sciences.
  • Coördinator Introduction to Marine Sciences (GEO4-1451), period 1. MSc cursus.
  • Instructor Extreme Climate Transitions (B-MECT04), period 1. MSc cursus.
  • Coördinator Marine Sciences 3 (B-B3XXX), period 2, level 3.
  • Instructor Marine Sciences 2 (B-B3MSCI05), period 1, level 2.
  • Instructor Marine Sciences 1 (B-B1MAWE13), period 3, level 1.
  • Instructor Tweedejaars Veldwerk (GEO3-XXXX), period 4, level 3.
  • Instructor Klimaat en Maatschappij (BETA-B1KM), periode 4, level 1. 

 

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3584 CS    UTRECHT
The Netherlands
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