Forensic Science Communications, Table of Contents, October 2002

Forensic Science Communications, Table of Contents, October 2002

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October 2002 - Volume 4 - Number 4

Contents

Research and Technology

Further Discussion of the Consistent Treatment of Length Variants in the Human Mitochondrial DNA Control Region

Mark R. Wilson, Marc W. Allard, Keith L. Monson, Kevin W. P. Miller, and Bruce Budowle

Evaluation of Fire Scene Contamination by Using Positive-Pressure Ventilation Fans

Perry Michael Koussiafes

Technical Note

Validating IND (1,2 - indanedione)

Stephen P. Kasper, Donna J. Minnillo,
Amy M. Rockhold

Book Review Book Review: The Forensic Pharmacology of Drugs of Abuse, by Olaf H. Drummer with Morris Odell

Reviewed by Marc A. LeBeau

Standards and Guidelines

Standard Guide for Using Scanning Electron
Microscopy/X-ray Spectrometry in Forensic Paint Examinations

Scientific Working Group on Materials Analysis (SWGMAT)

Case Note

Using Radiocarbon Dating and Paleontological Extraction Techniques in the Analysis of a Human Skull in an Unusual Context

Douglas H. Ubelaker and Max M. Houck

Training Update

Training Partners

Jane M. Homeyer

Meeting and Conferences

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