Professor of Geology
- B.A., Carleton College, 1984
- M.Sc., University of Arizona 1987
- Ph.D., University of California-Santa Barbara, 1995
IODP 379, 2019 West Antarctic Ice Sheet History
Collaborative Research: A systems approach to understanding the Ross Ocean and ice Shelf Environment, and Tectonic setting Through Aerogeophysical surveys and modeling (ROSETTA-ICE)
Emplacement mechanism, paleoenvironment of formation, and lithification/fluid migration history of Neoproterozoic injectites and source rocks, Colorado Front Range
Geodesign at Colorado College – International Geodesign Collaborative
Development of geospatial resources and digital geological maps for Antarctica, via the SCAR GeoMAP project, a joint effort with GNS Science-New Zealand and the Polar Geospatial Center that entails research mentoring and GIS skills development for undergraduates
Siddoway, C., 2019 with publisher, Geology of West Antarctica (invited chapter), in Kleinschmidt, G., ed., Geology of the Antarctic Continent. Stuttgart: Gebrüder Borntraeger Verlagsbuchhandlung.
Colleoni, F., De Santis, L., Siddoway, C.S., Bergamasco, A., Golledge, N., Lohmann, G., Passchier, S. and Siegert, M., 2018 in press, Spatio-temporal variability of processes across Antarctic ice-bed-ocean interfaces, Nature Communications.
McFadden, R.R., Teyssier, C., Siddoway, C.S., Cosca, M., and Fanning, C.M., 2015, Mid-Cretaceous oblique rifting of West Antarctica: emplacement and rapid cooling of the Fosdick Mountains migmatite-cored gneiss dome, Lithos, doi:10.1016/j.lithos.2015.07.005
Yakymchuk, C., Brown, C.R., Brown, M., Siddoway, C.S., Fanning, C.M. and Korhonen, F.J., 2015, Paleozoic evolution of West Marie Byrd Land, West Antarctica: Geological Society of America Bulletin, doi:10.1130/B31136.1
Siddoway, C. and Gehrels, G.E., 2014, Basement-hosted sandstone injectites of Colorado: A vestige of the Neoproterozoic revealed through detrital zircon provenance analysis, Lithosphere, doi: 10.1130/L390.1,
Siddoway, C.S., Myrow P., and Fitz Díaz, E., 2013, Strata, structures and enduring enigmas: A 125th Anniversary appraisal of Colorado Springs geology, in Abbott, L. and Hancock, G.S. (eds.), Geological Society of America Field Guides, v. 33, Ch. 13, doi:10.1130/2013.0033(13).
Yakymchuk, C., Siddoway, C.S., Brown, M., and Fanning, C.M., 2013, Anatectic reworking and differentiation of continental crust along the active margin of Gondwana: a zircon Hf–O perspective from West Antarctica, in Harley et al. (eds.), Antarctica and Supercontinent Evolution, Geological Society of London Special Publication 383, doi: 10.1144/SP383.7.
Courses taught currently
GY100 In Extinction’sEmbrace: Geological Perspectives on Climate Nonfiction
GY140 Physical Geology
GY250 Topics in Geology: Introduction to Geodesign
GY315 Structural Geology
GY316 Field analysis of Geological Structures
GY445 Regional Studies in Geology [location varies]
GY405 Research Topics in Geology (student research/investigation of primary geological problems)
More on Teaching and Research Mentoring
Research Interests: Structural and metamorphic geology; tectonic development of West Antarctica and New Zealand within Gondwana; Rocky Mountains tectonics; the role of melt in deformation of migmatites; sandstone injectites.
Siddoway family: Colorado College has another professor by the name of Siddoway, and you guessed it, the two of us are married. Mike teaches Mathematics. If you are seeking the Prof. Siddoway whose research is in divisibility theory of arithmetical rings, or who presently is teaching History of Mathematics at Montana State University, you can reach Mike’s professional web page here. To reach Mike, email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.