Heinrich Ries

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Heinrich Ries
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Born April 30, 1871
Brooklyn, New York
Died April 11, 1951
Ithaca, New York
Citizenship American
Fields Economic Geology, Geology
Institutions Cornell University
Alma mater Columbia University, University of Berlin

Heinrich Ries, Ph.D. (1871–1951) was an American economic geologist, born in Brooklyn, New York, and educated at Columbia University and at the University of Berlin. He was employed principally at Cornell University, initially as an instructor (1898–1902), as an assistant professor (1902–1905), as professor, and as head of the geological department (1915- ). Professor Ries made numerous reports on clay published by the United States Geological Survey, the New York State Geological Survey and the Canadian Geological Survey.[1]

His first wife, Mrs. Millie Timmerman Ries, died in 1942. He remarried in 1948, but his second wife, Mrs. Adelyn Halsy Gregg Ries, died early in 1950. He had two sons, Professor Victor H. Ries of Ohio State University, and Professor Donald T. Ries of Illinois State Normal University.[2]

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  1. ^ Anderson, A.L. (1951). "Heinrich Ries, 1871-1951; a memorial". Economic Geology 46:939-940. 
  2. ^ Dr. Heinrich Ries. Special to the New York Times, April 12, 1951, Thursday. Page 33, 143 words