Forensic Entomology Utility of Arthropods in Legal Investigations
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Description: Forensic Entomology is a visual identification guide to forensically important insects. It is a practical handbook for forensic applications of entomology - an increasingly important and popular subject. It includes numerous color photographs and detailed references for the identification and dating of insect remains commonly associated with human remains.
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List price: $175.95
Copyright year: 2001
Publisher: CRC Press
Publication date: 9/28/2000
Size: 7.00" wide x 10.00" long x 1.00" tall
|Introduction: Perceptions and Status of Forensic Entomology|
|General Entomology and Arthropod Biology|
|Insects of Forensic Importance|
|Collection of Entomological Evidence during Death Investigations|
|Laboratory Rearing of Forensic Insects|
|Insect Succession on Carrion and Its Relationship to Determining Time of Death|
|The Role of Aquatic Insects in Forensic Investigations|
|Recovering Buried Bodies and Surface Scatter: The Associated Anthropological, Botanical, and Entomological Evidence|
|Estimating the Postmortem Interval|
|Insect Development and Forensic Entomology|
|Computer Modeling of Insect Growth and Its Application to Forensic Entomology|
|Entomotoxicology: Insects as Toxicological Indicators and the Impact of Drugs and Toxins on Insect Development|
|DNA Techniques for Forensic Entomology|
|Entomological Alteration of Bloodstain Evidence|
|The Forensic Entomologist as Expert Witness|