External PhD candidate
Harry Berghuis is a PhD candidate in the Studying Homo erectus Lifestyle and Location (SHeLL) Research Project.
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I am a geologist looking at fluvial and coastal systems and with a special interest for vertebrate fossils. My current research focusses on the Pleistocene of eastern Java. What does the geology tell us about the emergence of Java and its landscape development under influence of volcanism, tectonism, sea-level fluctuations and climate change? How did this affect the ecosystem? The enduring presence of Homo erectus in eastern Java makes these questions of special relevance.
1993: Msc Geology (VU-Amsterdam)
1994 - 1999: MH-Poly consultants and Engineers
2000 - 2010: Freelance geological consultant
2011 - 2021: Sealand Coastal Consultancy, general director
2018 - 2021: Researcher at Leiden University and Naturalis
- Berghuis. H.W.K., Veldkamp A., Adhityatama S., Hilgen S.L., Sutisna I., Barianto D.H., Pop E.A.L., Reimann T., Yurnaldi D., Ekowati D.R., Vonhof H.B., Kolfschoten M. van, Simanjuntak T., Schoorl J.M. & Joordens J.C.A. (2021), Hominin homelands of East Java: revised stratigraphy and landscape reconstructions for Plio-Pleistocene Trinil, Quaternary Science Reviews 260: 106912.