George Thomas Foggin III
(born 5 September 1937), known professionally as G. Thomas Foggin
or simply Tom Foggin
is an Associate Professor of Geography and Director of the Environmental Studies Program at the George Washington University
B.A. 1960, University of Virginia
M.A. 1969, University of California, Los Angeles
Ph.D. 1980, University of Montana
Foggin is known among his students for his editing style which involves repeatedly returning an assignment until the student has completed it perfectly. However, Foggin is also recognized by his students for expressions he uses frequently:
•Beginning emails with "Gentle Readers"
•Using "trite" to refer to students' writing
Dillon Resource Area Resources Inventory: Water Quality Survey, Dillon West Unit
by G. Thomas Foggin, Thomas D. Reid, Silas J. Gilbert, 1978.
Selected Other Works
"Completion report, using topographic characteristics to predict total solute concentrations in streams draining small forested watersheds in Western Montana (MUJWRRC report)" by G. Thomas Foggin, 1977.
"Cation concentrations of small streams draining matched forested and clearcut watersheds in western Montana: Completion report (MUJWRRC report)" by G. Thomas Foggin, 1974.
"The influence of kokanee salmon and man on the water quality of lower McDonald Creek, Glacier National Park, Montana: research project technical completion report" by G. Thomas Foggin, 1983.