Raymond C. Murray106 Ironwood Place
Missoula, MT 59803
EMPLOYMENT & EXPERIENCE
AUTHOR: Numerous books and publications in Forensic Geology and Sedimentary Geology
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Forensic Geoscience Group/Geological Society London Outstanding Contributions Award 2010
Publications in Forensic Geology- R. C. Murray
1975 "The Geologist as Private Eye," Natural History, February, p. 22-24.
With Tedrow, J., Forensic Geology, pp. 217. New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers University Press.
1976 "Soil and Rocks as Physical Evidence," Law and Order, July, p. 36-40.
"Studies in Forensic Geology," presented at the Geol. Soc. of America meeting, Denver
1977 "The Geologist as Private Eye," reprinted in The Craft of the Essay, p 408. Edited by Taylor, H.P., and Okada, V.N., Harcourt Brace Jovanovich.
"Problems Inherent With Some Methods for the Forensic Examination of 'Soil,' presented at the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic Section, Assoc. of Forensic Scientists, Mt. Laurel, N.J.
1979 Forensic Geology, presented at the N.W. Assoc. Forensic Scientists meeting, Spokane, WA.
1980 With Murray, R., "Soil Evidence," Law and Order, July.
1982 "Forensic Examination of Soil," Forensic Science Handbook, Chapter 13, p. 725. Edited by Richard Saferstein. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice Hall.
1988 "Forensic Geology - 100 Years," INTER/MICRO - 88. Chicago: McCrone Research Institute
1990 "The Geologist as Private Eye." Reprinted in A Writer's World, p. 548. Edited by Trudy Smoke, St. Martin's Press.
1992 With Tedrow,J., Forensic Geology, Prentice Hall. Englewood Cliffs, N.J..203pp.
"Soil in Trace Evidence Analyses", International Symposium on the Forensic Aspects of Trace Evidence, FBI Academy, Quantico, Virginia.
1994 "Soil in Trace Evidence Analyses", Proceedings of the International Symposium on the Forensic Aspects of Trace Evidence, FBI Academy, Quantico, Virginia, U.S. Government Printing Office, p. 75-78.
1998 Forensic Geology: Soil Sciences in Criminal Investigation, Soil Science Society of America, Oct. 18-22, Baltimore, MD
1999 The Geologists as Private Eye, reprinted in Beemanèristmas Annual, Camden House Journal, Zeigler, Ill. USA
2000 Devil in the Details- The Science Forensic Geology, Geotimes, February p. 14-17
2002 With Solebello, L. Forensic Examination of Soil, Chapter 11 in Forensic Science Handbook,R. Saferstein, ed. Prentice Hall.
2003 Forensic Sedimentology, in Encyclopedia of Sediments and Sedimentary Rocks, G. V. Middleton, ed. Kluwer Academic Publishers
2004 Evidence from the Earth-Forensic Geology, Northwest Association of Forensic Scientists, Spring Meeting, Missoula, MT.
Forensic Geology: yesterday, today and tomorrow, Forensic Geoscience: Principles, Techniques and Applications, Geological Society, London, Special Publication 232, p 7-9 Pye and Croft ed.
Evidence from the Earth, Mountain Press Publishing Co. Missoula, MT 226 pp
2005 Collecting Crime Evidence from Earth, Geotimes January p. 18-22
2006 Sherlock Holmes to the Present-Progress in Forensic Geology, Abstract, GSA meeting, Philadelphia
2007 Consultant, Earth Evidence, Capstone Press, Mankato, MN 32pp
Forensic Geology- Public Forum Geological Society of America, Denver, Co.
2008 with Ruffell, A and Donnelly, L. The Future of Geoforensics, Abstract, GSA meeting Houston
with Stam, M. Forensic Geology in the United Kingdom and the United States, Abstract,GSA meeting Houston.
With Stam, M, Forensic Geology in the United Kingdom and the United States, Abstract, Forensic Geoscience Group, GSL, London.
2009 Forensic Geology: Earthly Crimes Solved with the Microscope, The Microscope, Vol. 57:1, pp.27-33.
Soil Analysis in Forensic Taphonomy. Mark Tibbett and David O. Carter (Editor) GEOARCHAEOLOGY: AN INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL, VOL. 24, NO. 6 BOOK REVIEWS p 853
2010 Criminal and Environmental Soil Forensics, Karl Ritz, Lorna Dawson, David Miller (editors) Vadose Zone j. Vol 9, No 1, Book Review
Forensic Geology-Getting the Dirt on Crime, International Game Warden Magazine, Summer edition, 32-33
2011 Evidence from the Earth, 2nd edition, Mountain Press, Missoula, MT 201pp.
2012 Wildlife Forensic Field Manual 4th ed, p26-29, D. N. Walker and W. J. Adrian, editors, 222pp.
Forensic Chemistry Handbook, Chapter #4, Forensic Examination of Soils, L. Kobilinsky ed., John Wiley, Hoboken, NJ, USA , 504pp.
Importance of the unusual in soil examination, European Academy Forensic Science, The Hague, Abstract.
2013 Encyclopedia of Quaternary Science, Vol. 4, Soils and Sediment, Elsevier, pp.535-541
2015 Forensic Geology - Science and Application, Geological Society of Japan, Nagano, Japan, Abstract