Contents - Forensic Science Communications - January 2006

Contents - Forensic Science Communications - January 2006


January 2006 - Volume 8 - Number 1


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Complexities in the Use of Bomb-Curve Radiocarbon to Determine Time Since Death of Human Skeletal Remains

Douglas H. Ubelaker and Bruce A. Buchholz

Review of the Scientific Basis for Friction Ridge Comparisons as a Means of Identification: Committee Findings and Recommendations

Bruce Budowle, JoAnn Buscaglia, and Rebecca Schwartz Perlman

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Initial Examinations of Glass   Glass Fractures   Glass Density Determination   Glass Refractive Index Determination trans.gif Elemental Analysis of Glass

Scientific Working Group for Materials Analysis (SWGMAT)

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34th Annual Crime Lab Development Symposium   Leadership and Management Training for Forensic Laboratory Directors and Managers trans.gifCall for Road-School Hosts

Anja Einseln

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