Eugene Bergh obtained his B.Sc. (Geological, Environmental and Geographical Sciences) and PhD (Geology) from the University of Cape Town, specialising in the study of micropalaeontology, palaeoecology and palaeoceanography coupled with past climate changes along the southern African margin. His research is also based on understanding past geological and environmental changes to inform on modern environmental changes and its relationship with humans and related anthropogenic sources.
Research Scientist and Affiliated Researcher, Iziko Museums of South Africa; University of Cape Town
Visiting Lecturer/Student Lecturer Palaeontology and Applied Micropalaeontology, University of Cape Town
University of Cape Town, PhD Geology
Palaeontologia Electronica, Quaternary foraminifera and mollusc assemblages on the southwestern African shelf
Journal of African Earth Sciences, Late Neogene foraminifera from the northern Namibian continental shelf and the transition to the Benguela Upwelling System
Marine Geology, Phosphorite deposits on the Namibian shelf
South African Journal of Botany, A one-year post-fire record of macronutrient cycling in a mountain sandstone fynbos ecosystem