Forensic Anthropology An Introduction
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Copyright year: 2012
Publisher: CRC Press LLC
Publication date: 9/19/2012
Size: 7.50" wide x 10.25" long x 1.00" tall
|Brief History of Forensic Anthropology|
|Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command/Central Identification Laboratory (JPAC/CIL) History|
|Forensic Anthropology Today|
|Human Odontology and Dentition in Forensic Anthropology|
|Crime Scene Methodology|
|Processing and Inventory of Remains|
|Determining the Sex of Unknown Human Skeletal Remains|
|Age Estimation Methods|
|Age Estimation in Modern Forensic Anthropology|
|Why Do Forensic Anthropologists Estimate Ancestry, and Why Is It So Controversial?|
|Introduction to Fordisc 3|
|Basic Gunshot Trauma Interpretation in Forensic Anthropology|
|Taphonomy of Fire|
|Taphonomic Processes: Animal Scavenging|
|Time since Death Estimation and Bone Weathering: The Postmortem Interval|
|Taphonomic Processes: Analysis of Fragmentary Skeletal Remains|
|Methods of Personal Identification|
|Forensic Anthropology: A Human Rights Approach|
|Forensic Anthropology in Mass Disasters|