JOHN C. F. TEDROW, Professor Emeritus


Address: 125 ENRS Building, Cook Campus

14 College Farm Road
New Brunswick, NJ 08901-8551

Phone: (732) 932-1588

FAX: (732) 932-8746

Education:

B.Sc. Penn State University, (Soil Science) 1939.
M.Sc. Michigan State University, (Soil Science) 1940.
Ph.D. Rutgers University, (Soil Science) 1950.

Employment:

U.S. Dept. Agr. (to Soil Scientist) 1941-1942 and 1946-1947.
U.S. Navy (to Lt.) 1942-1946.
Rutgers University (to Prof.) 1947-1984 (Prof. II 1972-1984).
Rutgers University (Prof. Emer.) 1984-present.

Research Interests:

Soil morphology, Pleistocene geology

Books authored:

J.C.F. Tedrow (ed.). 1966. Antarctic Soils and Soil-forming Processes. Amer. Geophys. Union. Antarctic Research Ser. Vol. 8. 177 pp.

R.C. Murray and J.C.F. Tedrow, 1974. Forensic Geology: Earth Sciences and Criminal Investigation. Rutgers Press. 217 pp.

J.C.F. Tedrow. 1977. Soils of the Polar Landscapes. Rutgers Press. 638 pp.

K.A. Linell and J.C.F. Tedrow. 1981. Soil and Permafrost Surveys in the Arctic. Oxford Univ. Press. 279 pp.

J.C.F. Tedrow. 1986. Soils of New Jersey. Kreiger Pub. 479 pp.

R.C. Murray and J.C.F. Tedrow. 1992. Forensic Geology. Prentice Hall. 203 pp.

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