Contents - Forensic Science Communications - January 2006

Contents - Forensic Science Communications - January 2006

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January 2006 - Volume 8 - Number 1

Contents

Research and Technology

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

Standards and Guidelines   

Initial Examinations of Glass  

Glass Fractures  

Glass Density Determination  

Glass Refractive Index Determination

Elemental Analysis of Glass

Scientific Working Group for Materials Analysis (SWGMAT)

Short Communications  

34th Annual Crime Lab Development Symposium  

Leadership and Management Training for Forensic Laboratory Directors and Managers

Call for Road-School Hosts

Anja Einseln

Meetings and Conferences

To Meetings and Conferences Page

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