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edited by Krista E. Latham, Eric J. Bartelink, Michael Finnegan.

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Names: Latham, Krista E., | Bartelink, Eric J., | Finnegan, Michael,
Published: Amsterdam : Academic Press, 2017.
Topics: Forensic osteology. | Dead - Identification. | Forensic Anthropology - methods.
Genres: Electronic books.
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245 00|aNew perspectives in forensic human skeletal identification /|cedited by Krista E. Latham, Eric J. Bartelink, Michael Finnegan.
264 1|aAmsterdam :|bAcademic Press,|c2017.
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500 |a1. Introduction Section I: Advances in Biological Profile Construction 2. Human Variability and Forensic Anthropology 3. Advances in Morphometrics for Sex and Ancestry Assessment 4. Advances in cranial macromorphoscopic trait and dental morphology analysis for ancestry estimation 5. hu(MAN)id: an R-based Application and GUI Utilizing Linear Discriminant Analysis for Classifying the Human Mandible 6. A Decade of Development in Juvenile Aging 7. Estimation of Immature Age from the Dentition 8. Adult Age-at-death Estimation in Unknown Decedents: New Perspectives on an Old Problem 9. Multivariate regression methods for the analysis of stature 10. Full Skeleton Stature Estimation 11. The History and Use of NamUs Section II: Advances in Molecular and Microscopic Methods of Identification 12. The Utilization of Databases for the Identification of Human Remains 13.
500 |aFlexibility in Testing Skeletonized Remains for DNA Analysis Can Lead to Increased Success: Suggestions and Case Studies 14. Forensic identification of human skeletal remains using isotopes: A brief history of applications from archaeological dig sites to modern crime scenes 15. Stable Isotopes Analysis: Case Applications 16. Bomb Pulse Radiocarbon Dating of Skeletal Tissues 17. Species Determination from Fragmentary Evidence 18. Bone Histology as an Integrated Tool in the Process of Skeletal Identification Section III: Advances in Radiographic and Superimposition Methods of Identification 19. Overview of Advances in Forensic Radiological Methods of Human Identification 20. Advances in the use of frontal sinuses for human identification 21. Advances in Radiographic Superimposition 22. Comparative Medical Radiography: Practice and Validation 23. The CADI Method of Computer-Assisted Radiographic Identification 24.
500 |aMorphometric Identification Methods Section IV: International Studies and Mass Disasters 25. International Advances in Identification of Human Remains 26. Using Elliptical Fourier Analysis to Interpret Complex Morphological Features in Global Populations 27. Forensic Anthropology and the Biological Profile in South Africa: Recent Advances and Developments 28. The Influence of Operational Workflow and Mortuary Environment on Identification 29. Advances in Disaster Victim Identification 30. Summary.
504 |aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
505 00|g1.|tIntroduction /|rKrista E. Latham, Eric J. Bartelink, Michael Finnegan --|gSection I.|tAdvances in biological profile construction.|g2.|tHuman skeletal variation and forensic anthropology /|rStephen P. Nawrocki, Krista E. Latham, Eric J. Bartelink ;|g3.|tAdvances in sex and ancestry estimation /|rM. Katherine Spradley, Kyra E. Stull ;|g4.|tAdvances in cranial macromorphoscopic trait and dental morphology analysis for ancestry estimation /|rMarin A. Pilloud, Christopher Maier, G. Richard Scott, Joseph T. Hefner ;|g5.|tEvaluating mixture discriminant analysis to classify human mandibles with (hu)MANid, a free, R-based GUI /|rMichael W. Kenyhercz, Gregory E. Berg ;|g6.|tA decade of development in juvenile aging /|rMaureen Schaefer, Nicole Geske, Craig Cunningham ;|g7.|tEstimation of immature age from the dentition /|rDouglas H. Ubelaker ;|g8.|tAdult age-at-death estimation in unknown decedents : new perspectives on an old problem /|rKristen Hartnett-McCann, Laura C. Fulginiti, Andrew C. Seidel ;|g9.|tMultivariate regression methods for the analysis of stature /|rLyle W. Konigsberg, Lee Meadows Jantz ;|g10.|tFull skeleton stature estimation /|rMichelle H. Raxter, Christopher B. Ruff ;|g11.|tThe history and use of the National Missing and Unidentified Persons System (NamUs) in the identification of unknown persons /|rElizabeth A. Murray, Bruce E. Anderson, Steven C. Clark, Randy L. Hanzlick --|gSection II.|tAdvances in molecular and microscopic methods of identification.|g12.|tThe utilization of databases for the identification of human remains /|rAnne E. Osborn-Gustavson, Timothy McMahon, Melody Josserand, B.J. Spamer ;|g13.|tFlexibility in testing skeletonized remains for DNA analysis can lead to increased success: suggestions and case studies /|rSuni M. Edson, Kimberly A. Root, Irene L. Kahline, Colleen A. Dunn, Bruché E. Trotter, Jennifer A. O'Rourke ;|g14.|tForensic identification of human skeletal remains using isotopes : a brief history of applications from archaeological dig sites to modern crime scenes /|rLesley A. Chesson, Brett J. Tipple, Lane V. Youmans, Michael A. O'Brien, Michael M. Harmon ;|g15.|tApplications of stable isotope forensics for geolocating unidentified human remains from past conflict situations and large-scale humanitarian efforts /|rEric J. Bartelink, Gregory E. Berg, Lesley A. Chesson, Brett J. Tipple, Melanie M. Beasley, Julia R. Prince-Buitenhuys, Heather MacInnes, Amy T. MacKinnon, Krista E. Latham ;|g16.|tBomb pulse radiocarbon dating of skeletal tissues /|rBruce A. Buchholz, Kanar Alkass, Henrik Druid, Kirsty L. Spalding ;|g17.|tSpecies determination from fragmentary evidence /|rDouglas H. Ubelaker ;|g18.|tBone histology as an integrated tool in the process of human identification /|rChristian M. Crowder, Janna M. Andronowski, Victoria M. Dominguez --|gSection III.|tAdvances in radiographic and superimposition methods of identification.|g19.|tOverview of advances in forensic radiological methods of human identification /|rMark Viner ;|g20.|tAdvances in the use of frontal sinuses for human identification /|rAngi M. Christensen and Gary M. Hatch ;|g21.|tAdvances in the use of craniofacial superimposition for human identification /|rColleen F. Milligan, Janet E. Finlayson, Colleen M. Cheverko, Kristina M. Zarenko ;|g22.|tComparative medical radiography : practice and validation /|rEmily Streetman, Todd W. Fenton ;|g23.|tThe computer-assisted decedent identification method of computer-assisted radiographic identification /|rSharon M. Derrick, John A. Hipp, Priya Goel ;|g24.|tSkeletal identification by radiographic comparison of the cervicothoracic region on chest radiographs /|rCarl N. Stephan, Susan S. D'Alonzo, Emily K. Wilson, Pierre Guyomarc'h, Gregory E. Berg, John E. Byrd --|gSection IV.|tInternational studies and mass disasters.|g25.|tInternational advances in identification of human remains /|rDouglas H. Ubelaker ;|g26.|tUsing elliptical Fourier analysis to interpret complex morphological features in global populations /|rStephen P. Nawrocki, Krista E. Latham, Thomas Gore, Rachel M. Hoffman, Jessica N. Byram, Justin Maiers ;|g27.|tForensic anthropology and the biological profile in South Africa /|rGabriele C. Krüger, Leandi Liebenberg, Jolandie Myburgh, Anja Meyer, Anna C. Oettlé, Deona Botha, Desiré M. Brits, Michael W. Kenyhercz, Kyra E. Stull, Clarisa Sutherland, Ericka N. L'Abbé ;|g28.|tThe influence of operational workflow and mortuary environment on identification : a case study from the WWI Battle of Fromelles /|rRoland Wessling ;|g29.|tAdvances in disaster victim identification /|rBenjamin J. Figura ;|g30. Summary:|tThe future of forensic identification methods from the human skeleton /|rEric J. Bartelink, Krista E. Latham, Michael Finnegan.
520 |aNew Perspectives in Forensic Human Skeletal Identification provides a comprehensive and up-to-date perspective on human identification methods in forensic anthropology. Divided into four distinct sections, the chapters will reflect recent advances in human skeletal identification, including statistical and morphometric methods for assessing the biological profile (sex, age, ancestry, stature), biochemical methods of identification (DNA analysis, stable isotope analysis, bomb curve analysis), and use of comparative radiography. The final section of this book highlights advances in human identification techniques that are being applied to international populations and disaster victims. The contributing authors represent established experts in forensic anthropology and closely related fields. New Perspectives in Forensic Human Skeletal Identification will be an essential resource for researchers, practitioners, and advanced students interested in state-of-the-art methods for human identification.
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