Steven Andrews graduated from the University of Aberdeen in 2001 (BSc Hons Geology & Petroleum Geology). He continued his studies at the University of Aberdeen completing a PhD in 2008. His PhD research investigated climatic cyclicity recorded in the Middle Old Red Sandstone of the Orcadian Basin. The project was based on extensive fieldwork across Northern Scotland examining the highly variable environments within a closed continental basin. Detailed sedimentological analysis allowed climatic signals from annual to millennial scale to be identified.
Steven joined CASP in January 2009 as a sedimentologist working on the East Greenland Project.
- Andrews, S.D., Trewin, N.H., Hartley, A.J. and Weedon, G.P. (2010). "Solar variance recorded in lacustrine deposits from the Devonian and Proterozoic of Scotland". Journal of the Geological Society 167 (5): p847-856
- Andrews, S.D. and Trewin, N.H. (2010). "Periodicity determination of lacustrine cycles from the Devonian of Northern Scotland". Scottish Journal of Geology 46 (2): p143-155