Amelia Earhart and the Nikumaroro Bones: A 1941 Analysis versus Modern Quantitative Techniques
The unknown fate of Amelia Earhart continues to fascinate. One of the most tantalizing clues involves skeletal remains found on Nikumaroro...
Frontal Sinus Absence Rates in Various Populations: Implications for Forensic Identification
Antemortem and postmortem radiologic comparisons can be used to help confirm or refute a forensic human identification. When comparing...
Commingled and Unprovenanced: A Case Study Highlighting the Utility of Multiple Techniques for Testing Investigative Leads
Unprovenanced skeletal remains were located by law enforcement in a private residence in rural Missouri. Forensic anthropological assistance was...
A Case of Human Bone Modification by Ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) in the Philippines
Members of several insect orders are known to modify osseous vertebrate remains postmortem, whether for nutritional or habitational purposes....
The Use of X-ray Computed Tomography Technologies in Forensic Anthropology
The use of radiology, including X-ray computed tomography (CT), to examine skeletal remains is not new, but the use of postmortem CT (PMCT) in...
Review of Restos Humanos e Identificación: Violencia de Masa, Genocidio y el “Giro Forense” (Human Remains and Identification: Mass Violence, Genocide, and the “Forensic Turn”)
REFERENCE Garibian S, Anstett E, Dreyfus J-M. Restos Humanos e Identificación: Violencia de Masa, Genocidio y el “Giro Forense.” Buenos...