Documenting Outdoor Simulated Scenes with Photogrammetry
Methods for Improving Harsh Natural Lighting Conditions
In both traditional and forensic archaeology, the thorough documentation of context is essential to a proper excavation or recovery, as the...
Sharp force trauma (SFT) is a mechanism of traumatic injury in which a tool with a slanted edge impacts the skin and/or
bone, producing a cut...
Introduction: Reliability of foramen magnum dimensions using post-mortem computed tomography (PMCT) to obtain standardized measurements...
Forensic anthropologists working with cases that vary in stages of decomposition are often required to process and macerate remains to complete...