Christoph Heinze is a biogeochemical ocean modeller with 30 years experience in the field. He has specialized in global three-dimensional modelling of marine biogeochemical cycles. His specific research interests are devoted to feedback processes between climate and biogeochemical cycles, the understanding, interpretation, and simulation of the marine sedimentary paleo-climate archive, and the quantification of the global carbon cycle.
COMFORT - Our Common Future Ocean In The Earth System – Quantifying Coupled Cycles Of Carbon, Oxygen, And Nutrients For Determining And Achieving Safe Operating Spaces With Respect To Tipping Points (EU H2020, coordinator)
INES: Infrastructure for Norwegian Earth System modelling (NFR, UiB-PI)
KeyCLIM - Key Earth System processes to understand Arctic Climate Warming and Northern Latitude Hydrological Cycle Changes (NFR)
LOES: LOw Emission and overshoot Scenarios – from a high to a low carbon society (Bjerknes Centre strategic project, UiB-PI
ESM2025 - Earth system models for the future (EU H2020, UiB-PI)
CRiceS - Climate relevant interactions and feedbacks: the key role of sea ice and snow in the polar and global climate system (EU H2020, UiB-PI)
Geofysisk institutt, UiB /Geophysical institute, UiB