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Stephen Vincent received his BSc (Hons) from Durham University in 1988 and PhD from Liverpool University in 1993. His PhD focused on the sedimentology, stratigraphy and provenance of syn-orogenic palaeovalley deposits within the Spanish Pyrenees, supervised by the late Prof. Trevor Elliott.
He joined CASP in 1993 and has subsequently worked on aspects of clastic sedimentology, regional geology and geodynamics, basin analysis, sediment routing and provenance, thermochronology, and organic geochemistry in China, Siberia, West Africa, Albania, Azerbaijan, Ukraine, Moldova, Romania, the Caucasus, Pontides and Balkans.
Steve has been Black Sea Project leader since 1999 and has published extensively on the geology of the region. He became Chief Geologist in 2019. He also coordinates CASP’s work in the Caspian region.
- Stratigraphy of the Cenozoic succession in eastern Azerbaijan: Implications for petroleum systems and paleogeography in the Caspian basin
- New geochemical insights into Cenozoic source rocks in Azerbaijan: Implications for petroleum systems in the South Caspian region
- Palynology and sedimentology of the Pliocene Productive Series from eastern Azerbaijan
- Organic and inorganic geochemical and mineralogical assessments of the Silurian Akkas formation, western Iraq