Dr Stevenson teaches structural geology, geological mapping, field geology and ore geology. He has also been involved in integrating digital technologies into teaching and is part of an international initiative developed by Midland Valley Exploration, Glasgow (www.mve.com). Involving 14 geoscience departments and schools in universities from the UK, USA, Netherlands, Italy and Australia, the initiative aims to enhance 3D visualisation, interpretation and geological mapping in geoscience undergraduates.
Continental Deformation (Semester 1)
Field Skills II (Semester 1)
Deformation processes and maps (geological map interpretation, Semester 2)
Research methods and project planning for geological mapping project (Semester 2)
Geological Mapping project (coordinator)
Topics in Geology (essay)
Advances in Earth Sciences (essay)
Mapping supervision (Ireland and Spain)
Field Skills I
Mineral deposits: formation, environmental impact and restoration
Magee, C., Stevenson, C.T.E., O’Driscoll, B., and Petronis, M.S. Local and regional controls on the lateral emplacement of the Ben Hiant dolerite intrusion, Ardnamurchan (NW Scotland). Journal of Structural Geology, 39, 66-82.
Petronis, MS., O’Driscoll, B., Stevenson, CTE. & Reavy, RJ. (2012) Controls on emplacement of the Caledonian Ross of Mull Granite, NW Scotland: Anisotropy of magnetic susceptibility and magmatic and regional structures. Geological Society of America Bulletin. doi:10.1130/B30362.1
Stevenson, CTE. and Bennett, N. (2011) The emplacement of the Palaeogene Mourne Granite Centres, Northern Ireland: New results from the Western Mourne Centre. Journal of the Geological Society, v168, p831-6.
Schofield, NJ., Stevenson, CTE. and Reston TJ., (2010) Magma Fingers and Host Rock Fluidization in the Emplacement of Sills, Geology v38, p63-66.
Stevenson, CTE. (2009) The relationship between forceful and passive emplacement: the interplay between tectonic strain and magma supply in the Rosses Granitic Complex, NW Ireland. Journal of Structural Geology, v31, p270-287.
Holford, SP., Green, PF., Hillis, RR, Turner, JP. and Stevenson, CTE. (2009)Mesozoic-Cenozoic exhumation and volcanism in Northern Ireland constrained by AFTA and compaction data from the Larne No. 2 borehole. Petroleum Geoscience, v15, p239-257.
Stevenson, CTE., O’Driscoll, B., Holohan, E., Couchman, R. and Reavy, R.J. (2008) The structure, fabrics and AMS of the Slieve Gullion ring-complex, N. Ireland: testing the ring-dyke emplacement model. Geological Society Special Publication No 302, p159-184
Stevenson, CTE., Hutton, DWH. and Price, AR., (2008) The emplacement of the Trawenagh Bay Granite and a new model for the emplacement of the Donegal Batholith, Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh: Earth Sciences, v97, p455-477.
O’Driscoll, B., Stevenson, CTE. and Troll, VR. (2008) Mechanisms of fabric acquisition in some Tertiary layered gabbros: a combined AMS, textural and geochemical study. Journal of Petrology, v49, p1187-1221.
Stevenson, CTE. (2008) A revised intrusion sequence for the Donegal batholith: evidence from its aureole in Lettermacaward, Irish Journal of Earth Sciences, v26, p33-43
Stevenson, CTE., Owens, WH., Hutton, DWH., Hood, DN. and Meighan, IG., (2007) Laccolithic, as opposed to cauldron subsidence, emplacement of the Eastern Mourne Pluton, N. Ireland: evidence from anisotropy of magnetic susceptibility. Journal of the Geological Society, London, v164. p99-110. (Journal of the Geological Society Young Author Award 2007)
Stevenson, CTE., Owens, WH. and Hutton, DWH., (2007) Flow lobes in granite: the determination of magma flow direction in the Trawenagh Bay Granite, N. W. Ireland, using anisotropy of magnetic susceptibility. Geological Society of America Bulletin, v119, p1368-1386. (Ramsay Medal 2008)