Jean Tricart (16 September 1920 – 6 May 2003) was a French geomorphologist. In 1948 he became professor at the University of Strasbourg where he remained for the rest of his career. The Tricart's doctoral thesis dealt with the Paris Basin and resulted in a publication acclaimed in France. He collaborated often with his friend André Cailleux. Beginning in 1962 he and Callieux published a band of five works on the subject of geomorphology and climate, publishing the last one in 1974. The bulk of his works were published in French.
- Lugo Hubp, José (2003). "Jean Tricart (1920-2003)". Investigaciones geográficas (in Spanish). 51.
- Hommage à André Cailleux (1907-1986).
- Tricart, J.L.F.. 1996, in Geomorphology Sans Frontières', Eds. McCann, S.B. & Ford, D.C. Chichester: John Wiley, 68-81.
- Brunsden, D. 1990. Tablets of stone: toward the Ten Commandments of Geomorphology. Zetschrift fur geomorphologie, Supplementband 79, 2-37 and see also Brunsden in McCann and Ford, op cit
- Clout, Hugh (2014), Lorimer, Hayden; Withers, Charles W. J. (eds.), "Jean Tricart (1920–2003)", Geographers: Biobibliographical Studies, London: Bloomsbury Academic, 33, pp. 11–42
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