Rib Fracture Frequency and Location Using Vehicular Crash Data
Trauma analysis is critical in many death investigations and is the primary reason forensic anthropologists testify. This study aims to improve...
Success Rate of Forensic Surface Search for Osseous Remains in a New England, USA, Environment
Human skeletal remains in outdoor forensic sites often are dispersed from their point of initial deposition, making locating isolated bones...
Standardization of Postcranial Nonmetric Traits and Their Utility in Ancestry Analysis
Throughout the forensic anthropology and archaeology disciplines, postcranial nonmetric traits have varied in name, descriptions, and scoring...
Evaluating Mixed-Methods Models for the Estimation of Ancestry from Skeletal Remains
Many methods of ancestry estimation in forensic anthropology consider only a single type of data, e.g., metric or morphoscopic. These data are...
Age Estimation in a Colombian Modern Skeletal Sample: A Test of the Transition Analysis Method
This research tested the ability of the transition analysis (TA) method to return accurate and precise age-at-death estimates in a sample of 58...
Review of New Perspectives in Forensic Human Skeletal Identification
REFERENCE: Krista Latham, Eric Bartelink, Michael Finnegan, eds. New Perspectives in Forensic