Forensic Science Communications, Table of Contents, January 2001

Forensic Science Communications, Table of Contents, January 2001

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January 2001 - Volume 3 - Number 1

Contents

Research and Technology

Computer-Assisted Facial Image Identification System

Mineo Yoshino, Hideaki Matsuda, Satoshi Kubota, Kazuhiko Imaizumi, and Sachio Miyasaka

Distribution of Refractive Index Values in Sheet Glasses

Robert D. Koons and JoAnn Buscaglia

Significance of the Classical Morphological Criteria for Identifying Gender Using Recent Skulls

Matthias Graw

Case Reports

Skeletal Remains Identification by Facial Reconstruction

Vincent M. Phillips

The Booth Deringer—Genuine Artifact or Replica?

Sally A. Schehl and Carlo J. Rosati

Reviews and Editorials

Book Review: Forensic Art and Illustration, by Karen T. Taylor

Michael A. Taister

Standards and Guidelines

Processing Guide for Developing Latent Prints

Timothy A. Trozzi, Rebecca L. Schwartz, and Mitchell L. Hollars

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Quality Assurance Audit for Forensic DNA and
Convicted Offender DNA Databasing Laboratories

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Comments and Replies

DNA Match and Profile Probabilities: Comment on
Budowle et al. (2000) and Fung and Hu (2000)

Bruce S. Weir

Reply to Weir (2001)

Bruce Budowle, Ranajit Chakraborty, George Carmody, and Keith L. Monson

Reply to Weir (2001)

Wing K. Fung and Yue-Qing Hu

Meetings and Conferences

Links to Meetings Pages

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