- Biological — Climate Change — Monitoring / Detection
- Biological — Climate Change — Prediction / Modeling
- Biological — Climate Change — Impacts (ecological and economic)
- Biological — Climate Change — Management/Adaptation Strategies
Education / Outreach Target Audience
- Bachelors students
- Masters / PhD students
Dr. Hendy's interests involve understanding climate change processes in relation to ocean and atmospheric circulation. Increasing concern about global climate change makes improving our understanding of what drives climate change highly relevant. Previous research has used faunal assemblages and stable isotopes of foraminifera, redox and bulk sediment geochemistry, grain size among other methods to deconvolve the processes controlling past climate change.