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Edited by Ted A. Rathbun, University of South Carolina, Columbia, and Jane E. Buikstra, Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois. (With 41 Contributors) CONTENTS (abridged): Reporting Forensic Cases; Studies in Identification; Forensic Anthropology in New Mexico; Forensic Archaeology; Exhumation; Perpendicular Forensic Archaeology; Bear Paws and Human Feet; Big Thompson Flood; Military Remains; The Severed Skull; Time Since Death; Burned Remains; Strangulation; Manner of Death; Fatal Trauma in a Light Aircraft Crash; Sex Determination; Identification of Adolescent Female; Oklahoma City Child Disappearances; Skeletal Aging; Microscopic Aging of Bone; Age Determination from Dentition; Geographical Race Determination; Facial Reproductions; Facial Re-produc-tion in Court; Identifying Pathology; Analysis of Osseous Material; Ashes to Ashes, Dust to Dust.
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