Craddock is a structural geologist. His research interests include the mechanics of mountain belt formation, rock strain analysis, the Keweenawan rift, mafic dike intrusions and Antarctic geology, and include using microstructural techniques to analyze rock fabrics and interpret geologic structures. EDUCATION: B.A., Macalester College; M.S., Ph.D., University of Michigan Craddock has been teaching at Macalester since 1989.
Neotectonics of major faults based on strain analysis and U-Th dating of syntectonic calcite (with P. Nuriel), INQUA (2015)
Constraints on the Emplacement Age of the Heart Mountain Slide, Northwestern Wyoming (with D. H. Malone, M. H. Anders, and A. Wulff), The Journal of Geology (2014)
Age and Provenance of Eocene Volcanic Rocks at Hominy Peak, Northern Teton Range, Wyoming: Implications for the Emplacement of the Heart Mountain Slide (with D. H. Malone, L/ M. Tranel, and M. R. Mustain), The Mountain Geologist (2014)
Age and Provenance of the Eocene Crandall Conglomerate: Implications for the Emplacement of the Heart Mountain Slide (with D. H. Malone, J. R. Breeden, M. H. Anders, and A. MacNamee), The mountain Geologist (2014)
Detrital Zircon Age and Provenance of Wapiti Formation Tuffaceous Sandstones, South Fork Shoshone River Valley, Wyoming (with D. H. Malone and K. Schroeder), The Mountain Geologist (2014)
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