2008

Recovery, Analysis, and Identification of Commingled Human Remains

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ISBN: 978-1-58829-769-3 (Print) 978-1-59745-316-5 (Online)

Table of contents (18 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages I-XV

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    Pages 1-6

    Methodology in Commingling Analysis: An Historical Overview

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    Pages 7-29

    Spatial Analysis of Mass Grave Mapping Data to Assist in the Reassociation of Disarticulated and Commingled Human Remains

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    Pages 31-56

    Pieces of the Puzzle: FBI Evidence Response Team pproaches to Scenes with Commingled Evidence

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    Pages 57-80

    Commingled Remains and Human Rights Investigations

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    Pages 81-96

    Anthropological Investigations of the Tri-State rematorium Incident

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    Pages 97-122

    Approaches to Commingling Issues in Archeological Samples: A Case Study from Roman Era Tombs in Greece

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    Pages 123-144

    Anthropologist-Directed Triage: Three Distinct Mass Fatality Events Involving Fragmentation of Human Remains

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    Pages 145-184

    The Use of Radiology in Mass Fatality Events

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    Pages 185-197

    Detection of Commingling in Cremated Human Remains

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    Pages 199-220

    Models and Methods for Osteometric Sorting

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    Pages 221-240

    Patterns of Epiphyseal Union and Their Use in the Detection and Sorting of Commingled Remains

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    Pages 241-255

    How Many People? Determining the Number of Individuals Represented by Commingled Human Remains

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    Pages 257-269

    Assessment of Commingled Human Remains Using a GIS-Based Approach

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    Pages 271-284

    The Application of Traditional Anthropological Methods in a DNA-Led Identification Process

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    Pages 285-299

    Marrying Anthropology and DNA: Essential for Solving Complex Commingling Problems in Cases of Extreme Fragmentation

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    Pages 301-315

    Sorting and Identifying Commingled Remains of U.S. War Dead: The Collaborative Roles of JPAC and AFDIL

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    Pages 317-336

    Resolving Commingling Issues During the Medicolegal Investigation of Mass Fatality Incidents

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    Pages 337-356

    Data Management and Commingled Remains at Mass Fatality Incidents (MFIs)

  20. Back Matter

    Pages 357-374