Book  Signing And Talks

October 30,2007 Geological Society of America-Public Forum Denver, Colorado

Forensic Files-BitterBrew The Adolph Coors lll case

April 4, 2008 Petroleum University Beijing, PRC

April 2008 Queens University Belfast, NI

March 30, 2009 Bogota, Columbia

October 2, 2009 Tufts University

January 11, 2010 Universiti Sains Penang, Malaysia

Oct.13,2010     Univ. of Porto, Portugal

Feb. 20-21, 2012 American Academy Forensic Science, Soils Workshop

August 21,2012 European Academy Forensic Sciences. The Hague

Oct. 2-4, 2013  Brazilian Federal Police, Brasilia

May 12, 2014 New York Society Mining Exploration

Oct. 31, 2014 International forensic conference, Guangzhou, China

Nov. 3, 2014 Institute of Forensic Science, Beijing, China

May 13, 2015 Wildlife crime scene/field Investigation Seminar

Sept. 13, 2015 Geol. Society Japan, Nagano, Japan







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"Ray Murray artfully weaves the crime-solving exploits of forensic geologists with modern crime laboratory technologies in a style and manner designed to appeal to both general readers and practitioners of forensic geology. This book is required one-stop reading for anyone seeking authoritative insights into the fascinating world of criminal investigation and soil science." —Richard Saferstein, PhD, author of Criminalistics: An Introduction to Forensic Science

"Intriguing, informative, and eminently readable:  Ray Murray's brisk, clear prose and storytelling panache make Evidence from the a must-read for all who are keen on forensic science--student, professional, and mystery buff alike.  I learned something new on every page!"    Sarah Andrews, author of the Em Hansen forensic geology mysteries, including Earth Colors and Killer Dust

The field of forensic geology—using geology techniques to aid in criminal and civil investigations—has been a stalwart in the field of criminalistics since the days of Sherlock Holmes. From cases of safecracking and purloined palm trees to lurid tales of kidnapping and murder—including such high-profile ones as the Aldo Moro and Adolph Coors cases—this book leads readers through some of the most intriguing cases involving soil and rock evidence. Along the way readers will learn about the history of forensic geology; types of rocks, soils, gemstones, and related man-made materials; techniques for proper evidence collection and analysis; and how geologic evidence is used in court.

First published in 1975 and updated in 1992, Forensic Geology by Raymond C. Murray and John C. F. Tedrow was a classic in its field. Now Murray has thoroughly revised and updated that earlier work to produce Evidence from the Earth: Forensic Geology and Criminal Investigation. This new book has increased appeal for general readers while retaining the previous editions’ longtime usefulness for law enforcement officers, attorneys, geologists, and students of forensic science


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