Dr Stephen Stukins

Steve Stukins
  • Museum Scientist Micropalaeontology
  • Earth Sciences department
  • Economic and Environmental Earth Sciences
Natural History Museum
Cromwell Road
London
SW7 5BD

Biography

Employment history

2012 - present     Museum Scientist, Micropalaeontology, Dept of Palaeontology,  Natural History Museum

2010 - 2011        Stratigrapher/palynologist, PetroStrat Ltd

Qualifications

2006 - 2010         University of Aberdeen Ph.D. Jurassic palynology, Neuquén Basin, Argentina.

2005 - 2006         University College London M.Sc. Micropalaeontology

2002 - 2005         University of Leeds B.Sc. (Hons) Geological Sciences

Professional

Lecturing

2013 - Imperial College London, MSc Petroleum Geoscience, Applied Palaeontology course

2013 - Royal Holloway University of London, MSc Petroleum Geoscience, Applied Palaeontology course

Fellowships and memberships

Fellow of the Geological Society of London

The Micropalaeontological Society

American Association of Stratigraphic Palynologists

PESGB

Geologists Association

Research

Interests

My main interests are the palynology and stratigraphy of the Mesozoic and especially of the Jurassic. The use of multivariate statistical analysis of palynomorph assemblages are at the forefront of my research to understand their palaeoecological and taphonomic expressions within different depositional settings.