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FORENSIC PHYSICAL
ANTHROPOLOGY
Proceedings 2002-2011
Forensic
Physical
Anthropology
American Academy of Forensic Sciences
Proceedings 2002-p1
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Forensic
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AMERICAN ACADEMY OF FORENSIC SCIENCES
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The Proceedings of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences is an official publication of the American Academy of
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Preface
The American Academy of Forensic Sciences (AAFS) is a multi-disciplinary
professional organization created and maintained to provide leadership in
the
application of science to the legal system. A premier forensic science organization, its
specific objectives are to promote professionalism, integrity, competency and education,
and to foster scientific research, improvements in the practice of forensic science, and
collaboration within the many fields of forensic science.
For sixty-three years, since its founding in 1948, the AAFS has served a
distinguished and diverse membership. It comprises eleven different sections representing
the broad range of expertise and interest of its members, now numbering over 6200.
Included among them are physicians, attorneys, dentists, toxicologists, physical
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actively practice forensic science. In many cases, AAFS members also teach and conduct
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The editors express gratitude to the past and present AAFS leadership, to the
AAFS staff headed by Executive Director Anne Warren, to AAFS Presidents since 1949
and to our section’s directors and chair persons.
Academy Presidents
Robert E. Barsley, DDS, JD
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Douglas H. Ubelaker, PhD
2011-12
Lowell J. Levine, DDS
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Joseph P. Bono, MA
Thomas L. Bohan, PhD, JD
Carol E. Henderson, JD
Bruce A. Goldberger, PhD
James G. Young, MD
Edmund R. Donoghue, MD
Ronald L. Singer, MS
Kenneth E. Melson, JD
Graham R. Jones, PhD
Mary Fran Ernst, BLS
John D. McDowell, DDS, MS
Patricia J. McFeeley, MD
Barry A.J. Fisher, MS, MBA.
Michael A. Peat, PhD
Richard Rosner, MD
Haskell M. Pitluck, JD
Steven C. Batterman, PhD
Enrico N. Togneri, BA
Marina Stajic, PhD.
Homer R. Campbell, Jr., DDS
Ellis R. Kerley, PhD.
Richard C. Froede, MD
Richard S. Frank, BS
Yale H. Caplan, PhD
Don Harper Mills, JD, MD
Arthur D. Goldman, DMD
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George E. Gantner, MD
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Norman J. Sauer, PhD
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Norman J. Sauer, PhD
Norman J. Sauer, PhD
Douglas H.Ubelaker, PhD
Douglas H.Ubelaker, PhD
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Douglas H.Ubelaker, PhD
Kathleen J. Reichs, PhD
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Michael Finnegan, PhD
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William R. Maples, PhD
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Ellis R. Kerley, PhD
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Clyde C. Snow, PhD
Clyde C. Snow, PhD
Clyde C. Snow, PhD
Ellis R. Kerley, PhD
Susan M.T. Myster, PhD
Bradley J. Adams, PhD
Thomas D. Holland, PhD
Laura C. Fulginiti, PhD
Michael W. Warren, PhD
Todd W. Fenton, PhD
Paul S. Sledzik, MS
Marilyn R. London, MA
Elizabeth A. Murray, PhD
John A. Williams, PhD
Jerry Melbye, PhD
Anthony B. Falsetti, PhD
David M. Glassman, PhD
Diane L. France, PhD
Karen Ramey Burns, PhD
Alison Galloway, PhD
Kathleen J. Reichs, PhD
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Madeleine J. Hinkes, PhD
Norman J. Sauer, PhD
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Douglas H. Ubelaker, PhD
Robert I. Sundick, PhD
J. Michael Hoffman, MD, PhD
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Judy M. Suchey, PhD
Richard L. Jantz, PhD
William M. Bass, III, PhD
Michael Finnegan, PhD
Sheilagh T. Brooks, PhD
Martha D. Graham, PhD
William R. Maples, phD
Rodger Heglar, PhD
Walter H. Birkby, PhD
Ellis R. Kerley, PhD
William M. Bass, III, PhD
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This further acknowledges the excellent work of all our Physical Anthropology
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Douglas H. Ubelaker, PhD
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Susan M.T. Myster, PhD
Prepared by:
Laura L. Liptai, PhD 1
Engineering Sciences
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The Executive Committee of The American Academy of Forensic Sciences has directed Laura Liptai,
Ph.D. of the Engineering Sciences Section to prepare this volume for publication.
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Table of Contents
Index of Title by Year
2011 ..................................................................................................................................................................Index 1
2010 ............................................................................................................................................................... Index 12
2009 ............................................................................................................................................................... Index 29
2008 ............................................................................................................................................................... Index 41
2007 ............................................................................................................................................................... Index 55
2006 ............................................................................................................................................................... Index 67
2005 ............................................................................................................................................................... Index 76
2004 ............................................................................................................................................................... Index 85
2003 ............................................................................................................................................................... Index 94
2002 .............................................................................................................................................................Index 100
Index by Presenting Author ............................................................................ Index 107
Proceedings by Year
2011 ...............................................................................................................................................................................1
2010 ............................................................................................................................................................................64
2009 ......................................................................................................................................................................... 145
2008 ......................................................................................................................................................................... 216
2007 ......................................................................................................................................................................... 293
2006 ......................................................................................................................................................................... 361
2005 ......................................................................................................................................................................... 410
2004 ......................................................................................................................................................................... 466
2003 ......................................................................................................................................................................... 531
2002 ......................................................................................................................................................................... 574
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Index of Title by Year
Monitoring the Long-Term Applicability of
Ground-Penetrating Radar Using Proxy
Cadavers
Monitoring the Applicability of GroundPenetrating Radar on Detecting Shallow
Graves Using Proxy Cadavers
Taphonomy of a Mass Grave in MidMichigan: The Case of the Missing Cattle
The Fromelles Project: Organizational and
Operational Structures of a Large Scale
Mass Grave Excavation and On-Site
Anthropological Analysis
Blast Injury in Skeletal Remains: The Case
of a Soldier From WWI
Peri-Mortem Fracture Patterns in SouthCentral Texas: A Preliminary Investigation
Into the Peri-Mortem Interval
Analysis of Primary Blast Rib Fractures
Pattern and Distribution of Fractures in
the William M. Bass and Hamann-Todd
Osteological Collections
2011
William T. Hawkins, BA*, 10215 Blanchard Park Trail,
Apartment 2314, Orlando, FL 32817; Joanna M. Fletcher,
BA, 9941 Timber Oaks Court, Orlando, FL 32817; and
John J. Schultz, PhD, University of Central Florida,
Department of Anthropology, PO Box 25000, Orlando, FL
32816
Joanna M. Fletcher, BA*, 9941 Timber Oaks Court,
Orlando, FL 32817; William T. Hawkins, BA, 10215
Blanchard Park Trail, Apartment 2314, Orlando, FL
32817; and John J. Schultz, PhD, University of Central
Florida, Department of Anthropology, PO Box 25000,
Orlando, FL 32816
Mary S. Megyesi, PhD*, JPAC-CIL, 310 Worchester
Avenue, Building 45, Hickam AFB, HI 96853; Lindsey L.
Jenny, MA, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI
48823; Cate Bird, MA, 2740 Senate Drive, #3E, Lansing,
MI 48912; Amy Michael, MA, 528 West Lapeer Street,
Lansing, MI 48933; and Angela Soler, MA, and Jane
Wankmiller, MA, Michigan State University, Department of
Anthropology, 354 Baker Hall, East Lansing, MI 48824
Roland Wessling, MSc*, Inforce Foundation, Cranfield
University, Cranfield Forensic Institute, Shrivenham, SN6
8LA, UNITED KINGDOM; and Louise Loe, PhD, Oxford
Archaeology, Janus House, Osney Mead, Oxford, OX2 0ES,
UNITED KINGDOM
Martin Smith, PhD, and Marie Christine Dussault, MSc*,
Bournemouth University, Centre for Forensic Science,
Christchurch House, Poole, BH12 5BB, UNITED
KINGDOM
Rebecca E. Shattuck, MA*, 809 Green Meadows Drive,
Apartment #305, Columbia, MO 65201
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Angi M. Christensen, PhD, FBI Laboratory, 2501
Investigation Parkway, Quantico, VA 22135; and Victoria
A. Smith, MA*, ORAU, 2501 Investigation Parkway,
Quantico, VA
Shauna McNulty, MA*, University of Tennessee, 250 South
Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN 37996
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Index 1
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No Country for Young Pigs: Identifying
the Use of Captive Bolt Pistols in NonNatural Death Occurrences
Defining Intimate Partner Violence: New
Case Studies in IPV
Skeletal Trauma Patterns in a VietnamEra Aircraft Loss: Part I - Lower
Extremities
The Central Identification Unit (CIU)
During the Korean War
Introducing COFFA: An International
Consortium of Forensic Anthropology
Programs
The American Board of Forensic
Anthropology: Historical Trends in
Research and Training
The Scientific Working Group for Forensic
Anthropology: An Update
Involvement of Forensic Anthropologists in
the National Unidentified and Missing
Persons System (NamUs)
Diversification: Evolving Professional
Roles for the Forensic Anthropologist in
the Medicolegal System
Scott A. Kirkland, MA*, North Carolina State University,
Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Campus Box
8107, Raleigh, NC 27695; Sarah L. Cunningham, MA,
Binghamton University, Department of Anthropology, PO
Box 6000, Binghamton, NY 13902; Jonathan Cammack,
MS, North Carolina State University, Department of
Entomology, Campus Box 7626, Raleigh, NC 27695; Ann
H. Ross, PhD, North Carolina State University, Department
of Sociology & Anthropology, Campus Box 8107, Raleigh,
NC 27695-8107; and D. Wes Watson, PhD, North Carolina
State University, Department of Entomology, Campus Box
7626, Raleigh, NC 27612
Chelsey Juarez, MA*, University of California - Santa
Cruz, Social Science 1, Department of Anthropology, 1156
High Street, Santa Cruz, CA 95064; and Cris E. Hughes,
MA, 2306 East Delaware Avenue, Urbana, IL 61802
Matthew Rhode, PhD*, JPAC-CIL, 310 Worchester Avenue,
Building 45, Hickam, AFB, HI 96853
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Kathleen M. Loyd, MA*, Joint POW-MIA Accounting
Command Central Identification Laboratory, 310
Worchester Avenue, Building 45, Hickam AFB, HI 96853
Ann H. Ross, PhD*, North Carolina State University,
Department of Sociology & Anthropology, Campus Box
8107, Raleigh, NC 27695-8107; and Erin H. Kimmerle,
PhD*, University of South Florida, Department of
Anthropology, 4202 East Fowler, Soc 107, Tampa, FL
33820
Jonathan D. Bethard, MA*, Pellissippi State Community
College, 10915 Hardin Valley Road, PO Box 22990,
Knoxville, TN 37933
Thomas D. Holland, PhD*, DoD JPAC, Central ID Lab,
310 Worchester Avenue, Hickam AFB, HI 96853
Bruce E. Anderson, PhD, Forensic Science Center, Office
of the Medical Examiner, 2825 East District Street, Tucson,
AZ 85714; Elizabeth A. Murray, PhD*, College of Mount
Saint Joseph, Department of Biology, 5701 Delhi Road,
Cincinnati, OH 45233-1670; Susan M.T. Myster, PhD,
Hamline University, MB 196, 1536 Hewitt Avenue, Saint
Paul, MN 55104; and Jennifer C. Love, PhD, Harris
County Institute of Forensic Sciences, 1885 Old Spanish
Trail, Houston, TX 77054
Gwendolyn M. Haugen, MA*, Saint Louis County Medical
Examiner’s Office, 6039 Helen Avenue, Saint Louis, MO
63134; Gina O. Hart, MA, 325 Norfolk Street, Newark, NJ
07103-2701; and Pamela M. Steger, MS, 934 Sycamore
Street, San Marcos, TX 78666
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Forensic Anthropology and Virtual Human
Remains: Ethics in Uncharted Territory
Femmes Fatales: Why Do Women
Dominate the Discipline of Forensic
Anthropology?
Development of the Colombian Skeletal
Collection
A Bayesian Approach to Multifactorial
Age-at-Death Estimation
The Use of Vertebral Osteoarthritis and
Osteophytosis in Age Estimation
Error and Uncertainty in Pelvic Age
Estimation Part II: Younger vs. Older
Adult Females
Assumptions and Bias in Recalibrating Age
Standards Across Populations
Sacral Epiphyseal Fusion at S1-S2:
Classification, Comparability, and Error
An Evaluation of the Chen et al. Pubic
Aging Method on a North American
Sample
The Accuracy of the Lamendin Method of
Dental Aging in Teeth With Fillings
Stephanie L. Davy-Jow, PhD*, Liverpool John Moores
University, James Parsons Building, Byrom Street,
Liverpool, L3 3AF, UNITED KINGDOM; Summer J.
Decker, MS, USF COM Department of Pathology, 12901
Bruce B. Downs Boulevard, MDC 11, Tampa, FL 33612;
and Diane L. France, PhD, Colorado State University,
Human Identification Lab, Department of Anthropology,
Fort Collins, CO 80523
Anna Williams, PhD*, Cranfield University, Defense
Academy of the United Kingdom, Shrivenham, SN6 8LA,
UNITED KINGDOM
Cesar Sanabria, MA*, Instituto de Medicina Legal y
Ciencias Forenses, Calle 7a #12-61, Segundo Piso, Bogota,
COLOMBIA; and Elizabeth A. DiGangi, PhD*, ICITAP,
Calle 125 #19-89, Office 401, Bogota, COLOMBIA
Natalie M. Uhl, MS*, 308 North Orchard Street, Apartment
7, Urbana, IL 61801; Nicholas V. Passalacqua, MS, 1559
Mount Vernon, East Lansing, MI 48823; and Lyle W.
Konigsberg, PhD, University of Illinois, 109 Davenport
Hall, 607 South Mathews Avenue, Urbana, IL 61801
Ginesse A. Listi, PhD*, and Mary H. Manhein, MA,
Louisiana State University, Department of Geography &
Anthropology, Baton Rouge, LA 70803
Allysha P. Winburn, MA*, and Carrie A. Brown, MA, Joint
POW/MIA Acct Command, Central Identification Lab, 310
Worchester Avenue, Building 45, Hickam AFB, HI 96853
Erin H. Kimmerle, PhD*, University of South Florida,
Department of Anthropology, 4202 East Fowler, Soc 107,
Tampa, FL 33820; and Lyle W. Konigsberg, PhD,
University of Illinois, Department of Anthropology, 109
Davenport Hall, 607 South Mathews Avenue, Urbana, IL
61801
Carrie A. Brown, MA*, Joint POW/MIA Accounting
Command Central Identification Laboratory, JPAC-CIL,
310 Worchester Avenue, Building 45, Hickam AFB, HI
96853
Julie M. Fleischman, BA*, Michigan State University, 560
Baker Hall, East Lansing, MI 48824
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Kristin E. Horner, MA*, Secchia Center, 15 Michigan
Street Northeast, Grand Rapids, MI 49503
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Three-Dimensional Geometric
Morphometric Analysis and Multislice
Computed Tomography: Application for
Adult Sexual Dimorphism in Human Coxal
Bone
Estimation of Stature From Foot and its
Segments in a Sub-Adult Population of
North India
New Linear Measurements for the
Estimation of Sex From the Human
Sacrum
Sex Discrimination Using Patellar
Measurements: Method and Validation
Study
Sex Estimation Using the Petrous Portion
of the Temporal Bone By Linear
Regression Anaylsis
Age Estimation Utilizing Postnatal Dental
Mineralization: An Exploratory Analysis
of Molar Development for a Contemporary
Florida Population.
A New Method for Height Estimation
Using Photogrammetry: Reliability and
Validity
Fabrice Dedouit, Ph D*, Service de Médecine Légale,
Hôpital de Rangueil, 1 Avenue du Professeur Jean Poulhès,
TSA 50032, Toulouse Cedex 9, 31059, FRANCE; Marie
Faruch Bifeld, MS, Service de Médecine Légale, CHU
Toulouse-Rangueil, 1 Avenue Professeur Jean Poulhès,
Toulouse Cedex 9, 31059, FRANCE; José Braga, PhD,
Laboratoire d’Anthropobiologie AMIS, FRE 2960 CNRS,
Université Paul Sabatier, 37 allées Jules Guesde, Toulouse,
31000, FRANCE; Nicolas Sans, PhD, Service de
Radiologie, CHU Toulouse-Purpan, Place du Docteur
Baylac, Toulouse, 31059, FRANCE; Hervé Rousseau, PhD,
Service de Radiologie, CHU Toulouse-Rangueil, 1 Avenue
Professeur Jean Poulhès, Toulouse, 31059, FRANCE; Eric
Crubezy, PhD, Laboratoire d’Anthropobiologie AMIS, FRE
2960 CNRS, Université Paul Sabatier, 37 allées Jules
Guesde, Toulouse, 31000, FRANCE; Daniel Rouge, PhD,
Service de Médecine Légale, CHU Toulouse-Rangueil, 1
Avenue Professeur Jean Poulhès, Toulouse, 31059,
FRANCE; and Norbert Telmov, PhD, Service MedicoJudiciaire, CHU Rangueil, 1 Avenue Jean Poulhes,
Toulouse, F-31054, FRANCE
Kewal Krishan, PhD*, Panjab University, Department of
Anthropology, Sectoc-14, Chandigarh, 160 014, INDIA;
Tanuj Kanchan, MD, Kasturba Medical College,
Department of Forensic Medicine, Light House Hill Road,
Mangalore, 575 001, INDIA; and Neelam Passi, MSc,
Panjab University, Department of Anthropology, Sector-14,
Chandigarh, HI 160 014, INDIA
Jennifer M. Vollner, MS*, 328 Baker Hall, East Lansing,
MI 48824; Nicholas V. Passalacqua, MS, 1559 Mount
Vernon, East Lansing, MI 48823; and Christopher W.
Rainwater, MS, Office of the Chief Medical Examiner, 520
1st Avenue, New York, NY 10016
Matthew Rhode, PhD*, JPAC-CIL, 310 Worchester Avenue,
Building 45, Hickam, AFB, HI 96853
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Dolly K. Stolze, MA*, 1900 Huntington Lane, Apartment 4,
Redondo Beach, CA 90278
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Meryle A. Dotson, BA*, University of South Florida, 4202
East Fowler Avenue, Soc 107, Tampa, FL 33620; Erin H.
Kimmerle, PhD, University of South Florida, Department of
Anthropology, 4202 East Fowler, Soc 107, Tampa, FL
33820; and Lyle W. Konigsberg, PhD, University of Illinois,
Department of Anthropology, 109 Davenport Hall, 607
South Mathews Avenue, Urbana, IL 61801
Antonio De Donno, PhD*, and Bruno Morgese, MD,
Section of Legal Medicine - University of Bari, Pizza Giulio
Cesare n.11, Bari, 70124, ITALY; Maurizio Scarpa, MD,
Pizza G. Cesare 11 University of Bari, Bari, ITALY; and
Francesco Introna, PhD, Section of Legal Medicine DiMIMP, P.zza Giulio Cesare n.11, Bari, 70124, ITALY
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Contribution of the Maxillary Sinus
Analysis for Human Identification
Evaluating the Performance of Population
Estimation Methods in Commingled
Skeletal Assemblages
Revising Revisions: Modification of the
Measurement of the Sacral Body Height
for Use in Fully’s (1956) Anatomical
Method of Stature Estimation
Investigating Between Group Differences
in Zygomaxillary Suture Form Using
Fourier Analysis
An Investigation and Critique of the
DiGangi et al. (2009) First Rib Aging
Method
Cervical Vertebral Centra Epiphyseal
Union as an Age Estimation Method in
Teenage and Young Adult Skeletons
A Pilot Study in the Forensic Potential of
the Health Index
Demographic Differences of Homicide
Victims Examined by Forensic
Anthropologists in Comparison to National
Homicide Victim Trends
Ancestry Estimation Using Random Forest
Modeling
Ancestry Determination From Foramen
Magnum
Group Classification Using Traditional
Craniometrics, Angle Measurements,
Geometric Morphometric Techniques, and
the Potential Applications of These
Methods to Fragmentary Crania
Jamilly O. Musse, PhD*, Jeidson A.M. Marques, PhD,
Faculty of Dentistry, Feira de Santana State University
(UEFS), Fanco Manoel da Silva, 437, Cidade Nova, Feira
de Santana - Bahia, 44053-060, BRAZIL; and Rogério N.
Oliveira, PhD, University of São Paulo, Lineu Prestes,
5081, Cidade Universitária, São Paulo, 05508-000,
BRAZIL
Bradley I. Lanning, MA*, Jolen Anya Minetz, MA, and
Jennie J.H. Jin, PhD, JPAC-CIL, 310 Worchester Avenue
Building 45, Hickam AFB, HI 96835
Atsuko Hayashi, BA*, Joint POW/MIA Accounting
Command Central Identification Laboratory, 310
Worchester Avenue, Building 45, Hickam AFB, HI 968535530
Sabrina B. Sholts, PhD*, Department of Anthropology,
Santa Barbara, CA 93106-3210; and Sebastian K.T.S.
Wärmländer, PhD, Stockholm University, Division of
Biophysics, Stockholm, 10691, SWEDEN
Sara M. Getz, BS*, Mercyhurst College, Department of
Applied Forensic Sciences, 501 East 38th Street, Erie, PA
16546
A. Midori Albert, PhD*, University of North Carolina Wilmington, Department of Anthropology, 601 South
College Road, Wilmington, NC 28403-5907
Nicholas V. Passalacqua, MS*, 1559 Mount Vernon, East
Lansing, MI 48823; Jennifer M. Vollner, MS, 328 Baker
Hall, East Lansing, MI 48824; Dominique Semeraro, MS,
Office of State Medical Examiners, 48 Orms Street,
Providence, RI 02904; and Christopher W. Rainwater, MS,
Office of the Chief Medical Examiner, 520 1st Avenue, New
York, NY 10016
Alma Koon, BS*, 731 Pond Branch Road, Lexington, SC
29073; and Katherine E. Weisensee, PhD*, Clemson
University, Department of Sociology & Anthropology, 132
Brackett Hall, Clemson, SC 29634
Joseph T. Hefner, PhD*, Joint POW/MIA Accounting
Command, Central Identification Laboratory, 310
Worchester Avenue, Building 45, Hickam AFB, HI 96583;
Kate Spradley, PhD, Department of Anthropology, Texas
State University, 601 University Drive, San Marcos, TX
78666; and Bruce E. Anderson, PhD, Forensic Science
Center, Office of the Medical Examiner, 2825 East District
Street, Tucson, AZ 85714
Stephanie Marie Crider, MA*, Louisiana State University,
Department of Geography and Anthropology, 227 HoweRussell-Kniffen Geosciences Complex, Baton Rouge, LA
70803; and Mary H. Manhein, MA, Department of
Geography & Anthropology, Louisiana State University,
Baton Rouge, LA 70803
Jolen Anya Minetz, MA*, and Jiro Manabe, MA, JPACCIL, 310 Worchester Avenue Building 45, Hickam AFB,
Honolulu, HI 96853
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Sex and Ancestry Estimation Using the
Olecranon Fossa
Applicability of Femur Subtrochanteric
Shape to Ancestry Assessment
Improving Sex Estimation From the
Cranium Using 3-Dimensional Modeling
From CT Scans
Dismemberment: Cause of Death in the
Colombian Armed Conflict
CPR Fractures in Infants: When Do They
Occur?
The Relationship Between Directionality of
Force and the Formation of Butterfly
Fractures
Microscopic Analysis of Sharp Force
Trauma From Knives: A Validation Study
Strontium Particles: Confirmation of
Primer Derived Gunshot Residue on Bone
in an Experimental Setting
Determining the Epidemiology of Hyoid
Fractures in Cases of Hanging and
Strangulation
Fusion Patterns in Modern Hyoid Bones
The Prosecution of a 28-Year-Old Case of
Shaken Baby Syndrome
Michael W. Kenyhercz, MS*, 6327 Catawba Drive,
Canfield, OH 44406
Sean D. Tallman, MA*, and Allysha P. Winburn, MA, Joint
POW/MIA Acct Command, Central ID Laboratory, 310
Worchester Avenue, Building 45, Hickam AFB, HI 968535530
Natalie R. Shirley, PhD*, University of Tennessee,
Department of Anthropology, 250 South Stadium Hall,
Knoxville, TN 37996; Emam E.A. Fatah, MS, Center for
Musculoskeletal Research, University of Tennessee, 307
Perkins Hall, Knoxville, TN 37996; Richard Jantz, PhD,
University of Tennessee, Department of Anthropology,
Knoxville, TN 37996-0720; and Mohamed Mahfouz, PhD,
Center for Musculoskeletal Research, University of
Tennessee, 307 Perkins Hall, Knoxville, TN 37996
Isla Y. Campos Varela*, and Maria D. Morcillo, MD,
National Institute of Legal Medicine, Calle 7 A Number 1261, Piso 3, Bogota, COLOMBIA
Miriam E. Soto, MA*, The University of Tennessee, 250
South Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN 37996
Tammy S. Thomas, BS*, 910 San Jacinto Street, Lockhart,
TX 78644; and Tal Simmons, PhD, School of Forensic &
Investigative Sciences, University of Central Lancashire,
Preston, PR1 2HE, UNITED KINGDOM
Christopher W. Rainwater, MS*, and Christian Crowder,
PhD, Office of the Chief Medical Examiner, 520 1st
Avenue, New York, NY 10016; and Jeannette S. Fridie, MA,
520 First Avenue, Forensic Anthropology Unit, New York,
NY 10016
Alicja K. Kutyla, MS*, Department of Anthropology,
University of Tennessee, 250 South Stadium Hall,
Knoxville, TN 37996-0720; and Hugh E. Berryman, PhD,
Department Sociology & Anthropology, Middle Tennessee
State University, Box 89, Murfreesboro, TN 37132
Samantha M. Seasons, BA*, University of South Florida,
4202 East Fowler Avenue, Tampa, FL 33620; Charles A.
Dionne, MA, University of South Florida, Department of
Anthropology, 4202 East Fowler Avenue, Soc 107, Tampa,
FL 33620-7200; Leszek Chrostowski, MD, Hillsborough
County Medical Examiner’s Office, 11025 North 46th
Street, Tampa, FL 33617; and Erin H. Kimmerle, PhD,
University of South Florida, Department of Anthropology,
4202 East Fowler, Soc 107, Tampa, FL 33820
Charles A. Dionne, MA*, and Samantha M. Seasons, BA,
University of South Florida, Department of Anthropology,
4202 East Fowler Avenue, Soc 107, Tampa, FL 33620;
Leszek Chrostowski, MD, Hillsborough County Medical
Examiner’s Office, 11025 North 46th Street, Tampa, FL
33617; and Erin H. Kimmerle, PhD, University of South
Florida, Department of Anthropology, 4202 East Fowler,
Soc 107, Tampa, FL 33820
Turhon A. Murad, PhD*, California State University Chico, Department of Anthropology, 400 West First Street
Chico, Chico, CA 95929-0400
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Infanticide and Unclear Law: The Death of
Four Infants
Proficiency and Competency Testing —
What They Are, What They Are Not
Errors, Error Rates, and Their Meanings
in Forensic Science
A Simulation for Exploring the Effects of
the “Trait List” Method’s Subjectivity on
Consistency and Accuracy of Ancestry
Estimations
The More the Better?: Evaluating the
Impact of Fixed Semi-Landmark Number
in Cranial Shape Variation Analyses
A Performance Check of Ear Prediction
Guidelines Used in Facial Approximation
Based on CT Scans of Living People
The Importance of Testing and
Understanding Statistical Methods in the
Age of Daubert: Can FORDISC Really
Classify Individuals Correctly Only One
Percent of the Time?
Forensic Interviews: Corroborating
Evidence and Collecting Data for
Anthropological Field Work
Archaeological Methodology Used at the
World Trade Center Site During the
2006/2007 Recovery Excavation
William C. Rodriguez III, PhD*, Armed Forces Medical
Examiner, 1413 Research Boulevard, Building 102,
Rockville, MD 20850; Tasha Z. Greenburg, MD, University
of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, 5323 Harry Hines
Boulevard, Dallas, TX 7530; and David R. Fowler, MD,
Office of the Chief Medical Examiner, 111 Penn Street,
Baltimore, MD 21201
Vincent J. Sava, MA*, JPAC, Central Identification Lab,
310 Worchester Avenue, Building 45, Hickam AFB, HI
96853
Angi M. Christensen, PhD, Federal Bureau of Investigation
Laboratory, 2501 Investigation Parkway, Quantico, VA
22135; Christian M. Crowder, PhD*, Office of the Chief
Medical Examiner, 520 1st Avenue, New York, NY 10016;
Stephen D. Ousley, PhD, Mercyhurst College, Department
of Applied Forensic, Anthropology, 501 East 38th Street,
Erie, PA 16546; and Max M. Houck, PhD, West Virginia
University, 1600 University Avenue, 208 Oglebay Hall,
Morgantown, WV 26506-6217
Cris E. Hughes, PhD*, 2306 East Delaware Avenue,
Urbana, IL 61802; Chelsey A. Juarez, PhD, University of
California Santa Cruz, 1156 High Street, Social Science 1,
Department of Anthropology, Santa Cruz, California
95064; Gillian M. Fowler, MS, Lincoln University,
Brayford Pool Lincoln, Lincolnshire, LN6 7TS, UNITED
KINGDOM; Taylor Hughes, PhD, University of UrbanaChampaign, 2306 East Delaware Avenue, Urbana, IL
61802; and Shirley C. Chacon, BA, FAFG, Avenida Simeón
Cañas 10-64 zona 2, Guatemala, 01002, GUATEMALA
Shanna E. Williams, PhD*, University of Florida,
Department of Anatomy, PO Box 100235, Gainesville, FL
32610-0235
Pierre Guyomarc’h, MS*, Universite Bordeaux 1, UMR
5199 PACEA, UMR 5199 PACEA, Universite Bordeaux 1,
Av des Facultes, Bat B8, Talence, 33405, FRANCE; Carl N.
Stephan, PhD, JPAC - CIL, 310 Worchester Avenue,
Building 45, Hickam AFB, HI 96853
Nicole D. Siegel, DVM*, Cleveland Museum of Natural
History, 1 Wade Oval Drive, Cleveland, OH 44106-1767;
and Stephen D. Ousley, PhD, Mercyhurst College,
Department of Applied Forensic, Anthropology, 501 East
38th Street, Erie, PA 16546
Charles J. Massucci, MA*, Tampa Police Department, 411
North Franklin Avenue, Tampa, FL 33602; and Erin H.
Kimmerle, PhD, University of South Florida, Department of
Anthropology, 4202 East Fowler, Soc 107, Tampa, FL
33820
Scott C. Warnasch, MA*, New York City Office of the Chief
Medical Examiner, 520 First Avenue, New York, NY 10016;
Christian Crowder, PhD, Office of the Chief Medical
Examiner, 520 1st Avenue, New York, NY 10016; and
Kristen Hartnett, PhD, Office of the Chief Medical
Examiner, Forensic Anthropology, 520 1st Avenue, New
York, NY 10016
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World Trade Center Revisited: A Bayesian
Approach to Disaster Victim Identification
New Forensic Archaeological Recovery
Protocols for Fatal Fire Scenes
Using Spatial Analysis to Recognize
Normal and Abnormal Patterns in Burned
Bodies
Recovery and Identification of a WWI
American Doughboy in Rembercourt-surMad, France
The Fromelles Project – The Recovery and
Identification of British and Australian
WWI Soldiers From Mass Graves in
Northern France
Validation of X-Ray Fluorescence (XRF) to
Determine Osseous or Dental Origin of
Unknown Material
The Condyle Connection: Forensic
Implications for the Association Between
the Condyles of the Femur and Tibia
Craniometric Variation in the Caribbean
and Latin America as Influenced by the
Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade
Regional Variation of the Proximal Femur
in the United States: Analysis of Data From
NHANES III
Morphometric Evaluation of Nasal
Characteristics in 20th Century White and
Black South Africans
Can Femoral Shape be Used to Estimate
Weight?
Benjamin J. Figura, MA*, New York City Office of the
Chief Medical Examiner, 520 First Avenue, New York, NY
10016
Dennis C. Dirkmaat, PhD, Luis L. Cabo-Pérez, MS,
Alexandra R. Klales, MS*, Erin Chapman, MS, and Allison
M. Nesbitt, MS, Mercyhurst College, Department of Applied
Forensic Sciences, 501 East 38th Street, Erie, PA 16546
Christina L. Fojas, MS*, Department of Anthropology,
Binghamton University, PO Box 6000, Binghamton, NY
13902; Christopher W. Rainwater, MS, Office of the Chief
Medical Examiner, 520 1st Avenue, New York, NY 10016;
Luis L. Cabo-Pérez, MS, Mercyhurst College, Department
of Applied Forensic Sciences, 501 East 38th Street, Erie,
PA 16546; and Steven A. Symes, PhD, Mercyhurst
Archaeological Institute, Mercyhurst College, 501 East
38th, Erie, PA 16546-0001
Denise To, PhD*, JPAC-CIL, 310 Worchester Avenue,
Building 45, Hickam AFB, HI 96853; and Carrie A. Brown,
MA, Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command, Central
Identification Lab, 310 Worchester Avenue, Building 45,
Hickam AFB, HI 96853
Roland Wessling, MSc*, Inforce Foundation, Cranfield
University, Cranfield Forensic Institute, Shrivenham, SN6
8LA, UNITED KINGDOM; and Louise Loe, PhD, Oxford
Archaeology, Janus House, Osney Mead, Oxford, OX2 0ES,
UNITED KINGDOM
Angi M. Christensen, PhD*, Federal Bureau of
Investigation Laboratory, 2501 Investigation Parkway,
Forensic Anthropology Program (TEU), Quantico, VA
22135; Michael A. Smith, PhD, Federal Bureau of
Investigation Laboratory, 2501 Investigation Parkway,
Chemistry Unit, Quantico, VA 22135; and Richard M.
Thomas, PhD, Federal Bureau of Investigation Laboratory,
Trace Evidence Unit, 2501 Investigation Parkway,
Quantico, VA 22135
Erin B. Waxenbaum, PhD*, 1810 Hinman Avenue,
Evanston, IL 60208; and Kelsea Linney, BA*, Northwestern
University, 1810 Hinman Avenue, Evanston, IL 60208
Ashley L. Humphries, BA*, North Carolina State
University, Department of Sociology & Anthropology, 334
1911 Building, Campus Box 8107, Raleigh, NC 27695
Richard A. Gonzalez, PhD*, Saint Lawrence University,
Department of Anthropology, 1 Romoda Drive, Canton, NY
13617
Jennifer L. McDowell, BSc, University of Pretoria,
Department of Anatomy, Basic Medical Sciences Building,
PO Box 2034, Pretoria, 0001, SOUTH AFRICA; Ericka N.
L’Abbe, PhD*, University of Pretoria, PO Box 5023,
Pretoria, 0001, SOUTH AFRICA; and Michael W.
Kenyhercz, MS, 6327 Catawba Drive, Canfield, OH 44406
Gina M. Agostini, MA*, 83 Newton Street, Greenfield, MA
01301
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Osteometric Analysis of the Vertebral
Column
Variation in Browridge and Chin
Morphologies: Sexual Dimorphism and
Covariation With Body Size
Taphonomic Changes Observed on
Skeletal Remains in Southeast Texas
Using the Freeze-Thaw Cycle to Determine
the Postmortem Interval: An Assessment of
Pig Decomposition in West Central
Montana
Animal Scavenging and Taphonomic
Interpretation: An Evaluation of the Role
of Scavenger Behavior and Environmental
Context in Outdoor Forensic Scenes
A Longitudinal Study on the Outdoor
Human Decomposition Sequence in
Central Texas
Taphonomy Reader Beta-Version: A
Software to Help in Taphonomic
Syndromes Diagnosis
Comparison of Fresh Tissue Autopsy and
Skeletal Analysis Reports in Colombia
Conditions for Breaking Down Mummified
Tissue and the Subsequent Implications for
Time Since Death
Comparing Human and Porcine Infant
Parietal Histomorphology to Facilitate
Research on Pediatric Cranial Trauma
Identification vs. Cause of Death in Mass
Graves Where Individuals are
Commingled in Colombia
Positive Identification Through
Comparative Panoramic Radiography of
the Maxillary Sinuses: A Validation Study
Jolen Anya Minetz, MA*, JPAC/CIL, 310 Worchester
Avenue, Building 45, Hickam AFB, HI 96853; Bradley I.
Lanning, MA, JPAC-CIL, 310 Worchester Avenue Building
45, Hickam AFB, HI 96835; Kylie Puzzuto, West Virginia
University, PO Box 6201, Morgantown, WV 26506; and
Elizabeth Okrutny, BS, Central Florida University, 4000
Central Florida Boulevard, Orlando, FL 32816
Heather M. Garvin, MS*, Johns Hopkins University, 1830
East Monument Street, Room 302, Baltimore, MD 21205
47
Charity G. Owings, BS*, 2475 TAMU, College Station, TX
77845; Nicole C. Larison, BS*, Sam Houston State
University, Department of Biological Sciences, Box 2116,
Huntsville, TX 77341; and Joan A. Bytheway, PhD, Sam
Houston State University, Box 2296, Huntsville, TX 773412296
Beatrix Dudzik, MA*, and Hillary R. Parsons, MA, 508
Chisholm Trail, Knoxville, TN 37919-7050; and Ashley H.
McKeown, PhD, University of Montana, Department of
Anthropology, Missoula, MT 59812
Lisa N. Bright, BS*, 1259 Hobart, Chico, CA 95926
48
Joanna K. Suckling, BS*, Texas State University, 601
University Drive, San Marcos, TX 78666
50
Matteo Borrini, MS*, via del Mattone 17\a, La Spezia,
19131, ITALY; Maria V. Tumbarello, Via Luigi Calabresi
14, Montecatini (PT), AE 51016, ITALY
Karen R. Burns, PhD*, University of Utah, Department of
Anthropology, 270 South 1400 East, Salt Lake City, UT
84112-0060; and Ana C. Guatame-Garcia, MSc, Calle
126A #7C-45, Bogota, COLOMBIA
Kanya Godde, PhD*, Texas State University, San Marcos,
Department of Anthropology, 601 University Drive, San
Marcos, TX 78666
Lindsey L. Jenny, MA, Paige V. Wojcik, BS*, and Todd W.
Fenton, PhD, Michigan State University, Department of
Anthropology, 354 Baker Hall, East Lansing, MI 48824
Maria D. Morcillo, MD*, and Isla Y. Campos Varela,
National Institute of Legal Medicine, Calle 7 A Number 1261, Piso 3, Bogota, COLOMBIA
Angela Soler, MA*, Michigan State University, Department
of Anthropology, 354 Baker Hall, East Lansing, MI 48824
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New Method of Identification Based on
Computer-Assisted Radiograph
Comparison
Test of Osteon Circularity as a Method of
Human/Non-Human Identification
The Evaluation of Bone Area as a
Histomorphometric Variable for
Estimating Age at Death
Improving Forensic Facial Reproductions
Using Empirical Modeling
Prediction of Mouth Shape Using
Geometric Morphometrics for Facial
Approximation
The Effects of Avian and Terrestrial
Scavenger Activity on Human Remains in
the Piney Woods of Southeast Texas
Scavenging Impacts on the Progression of
Decomposition in Northern New England
Decomposition Patterns of Human
Remains Within Enclosed Environments:
A Comparative Analysis of the Midwest
and Southeast
Using Algae to Estimate Postmortem
Submersion Interval in a Louisiana Bayou
Sharon M. Derrick, PhD*, Harris County Institute of
Forensic Sciences, 1885 Old Spanish Trail, Houston, TX
77054; John A. Hipp, PhD, Medical Metrics, Incorporated,
2121 Sage Road, Houston, TX 77056; Jennifer C. Love,
PhD, and Jason M. Wiersema, PhD, Harris County Institute
of Forensic Sciences, 1885 Old Spanish Trail, Houston, TX
77054; N. Shastry Akella, PhD, Medical Metrics,
Incorporated, 2121 Sage Road, Houston, TX 77056; and
Luis A. Sanchez, MD, Harris County Institute of Forensic
Sciences, 1885 Old Spanish Trail, Houston, TX 77054
MariaTeresa A. Tersigni-Tarrant, PhD*, MCG/UGA
Medical Partnership, 279 Williams Street, Athens, GA
30602; John E. Byrd, PhD, 95-033 Hokuiwa Street, #51,
Mililani, HI 96853-5530; and Jiro Manabe, MA, JPACCIL, 310 Worchester Avenue Building 45, Hickam AFB,
Honolulu, HI 96853
Janna M. Andronowski, BA*, University of Toronto, 19
Russell Street, Toronto, ON M5S 2S2, CANADA; and
Christian Crowder, PhD, New York Office of the Chief
Medical Examiner, 520 1st Avenue, New York, NY 10016
Brian Wood, MS*, University of Tennessee, 315 Pasqua
Engineering Building, Knoxville, TN 37996; Richard Jantz,
PhD, Lee Meadows Jantz, PhD, University of Tennessee,
Department of Anthropology, 250 South Stadium Hall,
Knoxville, TN 37996-0720; and Mohamed Mahfouz, PhD,
University of Tennessee, Center for Musculoskeletal
Research, 307 Perkins Hall, Knoxville, TN 37996
Pierre Guyomarc’h, MS*, Bruno Dutailly, MS, Christine
Couture, PhD, and Helene Coqueugniot, PhD, Universite
Bordeaux 1 - UMR 5199 PACEA, Universite Bordeaux 1,
UMR 5199 PACEA - LAPP, Av des Facultes, Bat B8,
Talence, 33405, FRANCE
Kathryn E. Moss, BS*, 4800 Calhoun Street, Houston, TX
77004; and Angela D. Rippley, BS, and Joan A. Bytheway,
PhD, Sam Houston State University, Box 2296, Huntsville,
TX 77341-2296
Marcella H. Sorg, PhD*, University of Maine, Margaret
Chase Smith Policy Center, 5784 York Complex, Building
#4, Orono, ME 04469
Melissa A. Pope, MA*, University of South Florida,
Anthropology Department, 4202 East Fowler Avenue,
Tampa, FL 33620
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Sophia G.D. Renke, MA*, Faculty of Law, University of
Alberta, Edmonton, AB T6G 2H5, CANADA; Mary H.
Manhein, MA, Department of Geography & Anthropology,
Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA 70803; and
Sibel Bargu-Ates, PhD, Department of Oceanography and
Coastal Sciences, 1235 Energy, Coast and Environment,
Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA 70803
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Profiling of Marine Microbial
Communities Associated With
Decomposing Remains Can Indicate
Postmortem Submersion Interval
Scavenging and Its Relationship to
Decomposition in the Northern Rockies
Anaerobic and Aerobic Decomposition in
55-gallon Oil Drums: A Two-Year Study
on the Deliberate Concealment of Remains
Potential Impact of Regional Ecologies on
the Estimation of Postmortem Interval:
Case Comparisons From Northern New
England
The Relationship Between Ambient
Temperature and the Temperature of
Maggot Masses on Decomposing Pig and
Rabbit Carcasses
Gemma C. Dickson, BSc*, and Russell T.M. Poulter, PhD,
University of Otago, Department of Biochemistry, PO Box
56, Dunedin, AS 9054, NEW ZEALAND; Jules A. Kieser,
PhD, University of Otago, Sir John Walsh Research
Institute, Faculty of Dentistry, PO Box 647, Dunedin, AS
9054, NEW ZEALAND; Elizabeth W. Maas, PhD, National
Institute of Water & Atmospheric Research, Ltd. (NIWA),
Private Bag 14901, Wellington, AS 9054, NEW ZEALAND;
and P. Keith Probert, PhD, University of Otago,
Department of Marine Science, PO Box 56, Dunedin, AS
9054, NEW ZEALAND
Ashley H. McKeown, PhD*, University of Montana,
Department of Anthropology, 32 Campus Drive, Missoula,
MT 59812; Walter L. Kemp, MD, Department Of Justice,
State of Montana, Forensic Science Division, 2679 Palmer,
Missoula, MT 59808-6010; and Beatrix Dudzik, MA, and
Hillary R. Parsons, MA, University of Tennessee,
Department of Anthropology, 250 South Stadium Hall,
Knoxville, TN 37996
Lauren R. Pharr, MA*, and Mary H. Manhein, MA,
Louisiana State University, Department of Geography &
Anthropology, Baton Rouge, LA 70803; and Wayne L.
Kramer, PhD, Louisiana State University, Department of
Entomology, 404 Life Science Building, Baton Rouge, LA
70803
Kerriann Marden, MA*, 3800 New Hampshire Avenue,
Northwest, Apartment #509, Washington, DC 20011; and
Marcella H. Sorg, PhD, University of Maine, Margaret
Chase Smith Policy Center, 5784 York Complex, Building
#4, Orono, ME 04469
Amanda B. Troy, MSc*, 13 Castlerock, Tulla Road, Ennis,
IRELAND; and Colin Moffatt, PhD, and Tal Simmons,
PhD, School of Forensic & Investigative Sciences,
University of Central Lancashire, Preston, PR1 2HE,
UNITED KINGDOM
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Interpretation and Confirmation of
Patterned Clothing Stains Observed on
Both Tibiae
A Preliminary Study of the Timing of
Specific Characteristics of Copper and
Iron Discoloration on Bone
Detecting Various Burial Scenarios in a
Controlled Setting Using GroundPenetrating Radar
Precision of Coordinate Landmark Data
Acquired From the Os Coxa
The Utility of Cohen’s Kappa for Testing
Observer Error in Discrete Data and
Alternatives
Tags and Spurs: Morphological Features of
Cranial Blunt Force Trauma Fractures
Primary and Secondary Skeletal Blast
Trauma
Case Studies and Patterns of Postmortem
Dismemberment
A SEM-EDS Trace Elemental Analysis of
Sharp Force Trauma on Bone
2010
Danielle A.M. Wieberg, MA*, Knoxville Police Department,
800 Howard Baker, Jr. Avenue, PO Box 3610, Knoxville,
TN 37927; and Daniel J. Wescott, PhD, Florida
International University, Department of Biological
Sciences, 11200 Southwest 8th Street, Miami, FL 333199
Cate E. Bird, BA*, Michigan State University, 2740 Senate
Drive, #3E, Lansing, MI 48912; and Amy R. Michael, BA,
Michigan State University, 528 West Lapeer Street,
Lansing, MI 48933
Michael Martin, BS*, 4000 Central Florida Boulevard,
Phillips Hall, Room 309, Orlando, FL 32816; and John J.
Schultz, PhD, University of Central Florida, Department of
Anthropology, PO Box 25000, Orlando, FL 32816
Joan A. Bytheway, PhD*, Sam Houston State University,
Chemistry & Forensic Science Building, 1003 Bowers
Boulevard, Box 2525, Huntsville, TX 77340; and Ann H.
Ross, PhD*, North Carolina State University, Sociology
and Anthropology, Campus Box 8107, Raleigh, NC 276958107
Alexandra R. Klales, MS*, 501 East 38th Street, Erie, PA
16546; and Stephen D. Ousley, PhD, Mercyhurst College,
Department of Applied Forensic, Anthropology, 501 East
38th Street, Erie, PA 16546
Vincent H. Stefan, PhD*, Department of Anthropology,
Lehman College, CUNY, 250 Bedford Park Boulevard,
West, Bronx, NY 10468
Angi M. Christensen, PhD*, Federal Bureau of
Investigation Laboratory, Trace Evidence Unit Anthropology, 2501 Investigation Parkway, Quantico, VA
22135; Vanessa Ramos, BS, Oak Ridge Associated
Universities, 2501 Investigation Parkway, Quantico, VA ;
Rachealle Sanford, BA, Western Kentucky University,
College Heights Boulevard, Bowling Green, KY 42101;
Candie Shegogue, BS, Oak Ridge Associated Universities,
2501 Investigation Parkway, Quantico, VA 22135; Victoria
A. Smith, MA*, ORAU, Federal Bureau of Investigation
Laboratory, Trace Evidence Unit, 2501 Investigation
Parkway, Quantico, VA 22135; and W. Mark Whitworth,
BS, Federal Bureau of Investigation Laboratory Explosives
Unit, 2501 Investigation Parkway, Quantico, VA 22135
Nicolette M. Parr, MS*, 1305 Northeast 6th Terrace,
Gainesville, Florida ; Katherine Skorpinski, MA, 1626
Southwest 14th Street, Aartment 16, Gainesville, FL 32608;
Traci L. Van Deest, MA, 121 Southeast 16th Avenue,
Apartment J201, Gainesville, FL 32601; and Laurel Freas,
MA, 3425 Southwest 2nd Avenue, #246, Gainesville, FL
32607
Shannon E. May, MA*, 250 South Stadium Hall,
Department of Anthropology, University of Tennessee,
Knoxville, TN 37966
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Long Bone Healing Following Trauma
Schmorl’s Nodes in the Skeletal Remains of
an American Military Population:
Frequency, Formation, and Etiology
Protocol for Objective Evidentiary
Photography in Forensic Anthropology
Postmortem Interval of Surface Remains
During Spring in Southeast Texas
Common Household Rope and an Outdoor
Hanging: An Investigation Sparked by a
Skeletal Case Exhibiting Cervical Vertebra
Entrapment
Estimating Sex of the Human Skeleton
Based on Metrics of the Sternum
Microscopic Markers of Trauma in
Decomposed Bone and Skin
Can We Estimate Stature From the
Scapula? A Test Considering Sex and
Ancestry
Lenore Barbian, PhD*, Department of History &
Anthropology, Edinboro University of Pennsylvania,
Edinboro, PA 16444
Kelly L. Burke, MSc*, Joint POW/MIA Accounting
Command, Central Identification Laboratory, 310
Worchester Avenue, Building 45, Hickam AFB, HI 96853
Malina L. Reveal, MSc*, PO Box 4493, Chico, CA 95927;
and Ian Hanson, MSc, Bournemouth University, Room
C136, Christchurch House, Talbott Campus, Fern Barrow,
Poole, BH12 5BB, UNITED KINGDOM
Katelyn A. Stafford*, Sam Houston State Univeristy,
Department of Chemistry, PO Box 2117, 1003 Bowers
Boulevard, Huntsville, TX 77341; Kathryn E. Moss, BS*,
4800 Calhoun Street, Houston, TX 77004; Natalie
Lindgren, BS, Sam Houston State University, College of
Criminal Justice, 1300 Bowers Boulevard, Huntsville, TX
77340; and Joan A. Bytheway, PhD*, Sam Houston State
University, Chemistry & Forensic Science Building, 1003
Bowers Boulevard, Box 2525, Huntsville, TX 77340
Alicja K. Kutyla, MS*, University of Tennessee, Department
of Anthropology, 250 South Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN
37996; Rebecca J. Wilson, MA, 3108 Rennoc Road,
Knoxville, TN 37918; and Hugh E. Berryman, PhD,
Department Sociology & Anthropology, Middle Tennessee
State University, Box 89, Murfreesboro, TN 37132
Rosanne Bongiovanni, BA*, 601 University Drive, ELA
232, San Marcos, TX 78666
Anna Taborelli, MD, and Salvatore Andreola, MD, Sezione
di Medicina Legale, Dipartimento di Morfologia Umana e
Scienze Biomediche, V. Mangiagalli, 37, Milan, ITALY;
Alessia Di Giancamillo, DVM, Dipartimento di Scienze e
Tecnologie Veterinarie p, Università degli Studi, Milan,
ITALY; Guendalina Gentile, BSc, Sezione di Medicina
Legale, Dipartimento di Morfologia Umana e Scienze
Biomediche, Via Mangiagalli, 37, Milano, ITALY; Daniele
Gibelli, MD*, and Marketa Pechnikova, BSc, Laboratorio
di Antropologia e Odontologia Forense, Sezione di
Medicina Legale, Dipartimento di Morfologia Umana e
Scienze Biomediche, Via Mangiagalli, 37, Milan, ITALY;
Cinzia Domeneghini, DVM, Dipartimento di Scienze e
Tecnologie Veterinarie, Università degli Studi, Milan,
ITALY; Marco Grandi, MD, Sezione di Medicina Legale e
delle Assicurazioni di Milano, Dipartimento di Morfologia
Umana e Scienze Biomediche, V. Mangiagalli, 37, Milan,
ITALY; and Cristina Cattaneo, PhD, Laboratorio di
Antropologia e Odontologia Forense, Sezione di Medicina
Legale, Dipartimento di Morfologia Umana e Scienze
Biomediche, V. Mangiagalli, 37, Milan, ITALY
Rachel M. Burke, MA*, 10024 Northeast 120th Sreet #D3,
Kirkland, WA
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A Pilot Study on Nuclear DNA Recovery
From Charred White-Tailed Deer
(Odocoileus virginianus) Bone Tissue
Rolling Bones: A Field “System” for the
Recovery and Transportation of Fragile
Skeletal Evidence
The Effects of Fire Suppression Techniques
on Burned Bone
Burned Beyond Recognition: Can the
Biological Profile Be Estimated From
Unprocessed Human Cremated Remains?
Effects of Heat-Modification on Sharp
Force Trauma in Charred Remains
Teaching Forensic Field Methods to
Anthropology Students: The University of
West Florida Model
Fatal Fire Modeling: Replicating
Environmental and Human Factors
Associated With the Recovery and Analysis
of Burned Human Remains
Differentiating Peri- and Postmortem
Fractures in Burned Postcranial Remains
Towards a Standardization of Burnt Bone
Analysis: The Use of Micro-Computed
Tomography and 3-Dimensional Imaging
to Assess Morphological Change
Mama Mia! Murder and Disposal of a
Corpse in a Pizza Oven
XRD and FTIR: A Diagnostic Tool to
Determine Whether or Not a DNA Profile
Can Be Successfully Generated From Heat
Treated Bone Prior to DNA Extraction
Taphonomic Patterns: Can Brush Fires
Mimic the Natural Decomposition of Heavy
Muscle Markers on Bone?
Differential Decomposition Patterns in
Charred Versus Un-Charred Remains
Rethinking Bone Trauma: A New
Biomechanical Continuum Based
Approach
Jordan N. Espenshade, BS*, 1420 Centre Avenue,
Apartment 103, Pittsburgh, PA 15282; and Lisa Ludvico,
PhD, Duquesne University Department of Biology, 341
Fisher Hall 600 Forbes Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15282
Julie M. Saul, BA*, Lucas County Coroner’s Office
Forensic Anthropology Lab, 2595 Arlington Avenue,
Toledo, OH 43614-2674; Frank P. Saul, PhD*, Lucas
County Coroners Office, US HHS DMORT 5, 2595
Arlington Avenue, Toledo, OH 43614-2674; G. Michael
Pratt, PhD, Heidelberg University, Department of
Anthropology, 310 East Market Street, Tiffin, OH 44993;
Richard P. Brownley, BA, Ohio Peace Officers Training
Academy, 1650 State Route 56, London, OH 43140; and
Lauri M. Martin, PhD, University of Texas, Austin,
Department of Anthropology, Campus Mail Code C3200 1
University Station, Austin, TX 78712
Briana K. Curtin, BA*, 1901 Elaine Drive, St. Joseph, MO
64505
Teresa G. Nugent, BA*, Texas State University, 601
University Drive, ELA 232, San Marcos, TX 78666
74
Daisy D.M. Vincent, MA*, 29 rue des Poudrieres,
Neuchatel, 2000, SWITZERLAND
A. Joanne Curtin, PhD*, University of West Florida,
Department of Anthropology, 11000 University Parkway,
Pensacola, FL 32514
Elayne J. Pope, PhD*, Anthropology Department,
University of West Florida, Anthropology Building 13,
11000 University Parkway, Pensacola, FL 32514
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Elayne J. Pope, PhD, Heidi S. Davis, BA, BS*, and Ashley
E. Shidner, BA, University of West Florida, Anthropology
Department,11000 University Parkway, Building 13,
Pensacola, FL 32514
Patrick Randolph-Quinney, PhD*, Centre for Anatomy &
Human Identification, College of Life Sciences, University
of Dundee, Dundee, DD1 5EH, UNITED KINGDOM
78
William C. Rodriguez III, PhD*, Armed Forces Medical
Examiner’s Office, 1413 Research Boulevard, Building 102,
Rockville, MD 20850
Jamie D. Fredericks, MSc*, Cranfield University, SCR 12,
DASSR, Shrivenham, Swindon, SN6 8LA, UNITED
KINGDOM
79
Tricia A. Fernandes, BSc*, Saint Mary’s University, 923
Robie Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia B3H 3C3, CANADA
80
Ariel M. Gruenthal, BA*, 2534 E, Eureka, CA 95501
81
Anne Kroman, PhD*, Lincolm Memorial UniversityDeBusk College of Osteopathic Medicine, 6965
Cumberland Gap Parkway, Harrogate, TN
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A Forensic Pathology Tool to Predict
Pediatric Skull Fracture Patterns – Part 2:
Fracture Quantification and Further
Investigations on Infant Cranial Bone
Fracture Properties
Objective Interpretation of the Striation
Pattern Observed in Experimentally Cut
Costal Cartilage
The Contextual Nature of “Excessive
Force”: Alcohol-Induced Osteopenia,
Fracture Prevalence, and Healing Rates
Among In-Custody and Homicide Deaths
From the Harris County Medical
Examiner’s Office
Patterns of Trauma on the Skeletal
Remains of U.S. Soldiers in the Battle of
East Chosin, North Korea
Peri-Mortem Skeletal Trauma in U.S.
Korean War Soldiers: An Epidemiological
and Historical Study of Prisoner-of-War
and Battlefield Casualties
Preliminary Studies of the Isolation of
Drugs From Bone and Bone Marrow: A
Broadened Role for the Forensic
Anthropologist
The Effects of Varying pH on Bone in
Aquatic Environments
Taphonomic Processes Involved With the
Decomposition of Human Remains Within
the Puget Sound
Nicholas V. Passalacqua, MS*, 3518 Hagadorn Road,
Okemos, MI 48864-4200; Todd W. Fenton, PhD, Michigan
State University, Department of Anthropology, 354 Baker
Hall, East Lansing, MI 48824; Brian J. Powell, BS, and
Timothy G. Baumer, BS, Orthopaedic Biomechanics
Laboratories, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI
48824; William N. Newberry, MS, Exponent Failure
Analysis Associates, Inc., Farmington Hills, MI 48331; and
Roger C. Haut, PhD, A407 East Fee Hall, Orthopaedic
Biomechanics, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI
48824
Jennifer C. Love, PhD*, Jason M. Wiersema, PhD, and
Sharon M. Derrick, PhD, Harris County Medical
Examiner’s Office, 1885 Old Spanish Trail, Houston, TX
77054; and Heather Backo, MA, Department of
Anthropology, Tulane University, 1326 Audubon Street,
New Orleans, LA 70118
Heather Backo, MA*, Tulane University Deaprtment of
Anthropology, 1326 Audubon Street, New Orleans, LA
70118
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James T. Pokines, PhD*, Kelly L. Burke, MSc, and
Josephine M. Paolello, MS, JPAC/CIL, 310 Worchester
Avenue, Building 45, Hickam AFB, HI 96853
Joan E. Baker, PhD*, JPAC-CIL, 310 Worchester Avenue,
Building 45, Hickam AFB, HI 96853; and Alexander F.
Christensen, PhD, JPAC-CIL, 310 Worchester Avenue,
Hickam AFB, HI 96853
Maranda A. Kles, MA*, C.A. Pound Human ID Labortory,
1376 Mowry Road, Room G17, University of Florida,
Gainesville, FL 32610; Bruce A. Goldberger, PhD,
Department of Pathology, University of Florida College of
Medicine, 4800 Southwest 35th Drive, Gainesville, FL
32608; Michele Merves, PhD, University of Florida, Rocky
Point Labs, Toxicology, 4800 Southwest 35th Drive,
Gainesville, FL 32608; and Michael W. Warren, PhD, C.A.
Pound Human ID Laboratory, 1376 Mowry Road, Room
G17, PO Box 113615, Gainesville, FL 32610, and John
Krigbaum, PhD, University of Florida, College of Liberal
Arts and Sciences, Department of Anthropology, 1112
Turlington Hall, Gainsville, FL 32611
Angi M. Christensen, PhD*, FBI Laboratory, Trace
Evidence Unit - Anthropology, 2501 Investigation Parkway,
Quantico, VA 22135; Kevin J. Horn, JD*, FBI Laboratory,
Evidence Response Team Unit, 2501 Investigation
Parkway, Quantico, VA 22135; and Sarah W. Myers, BA,
Emory University, 201 Dowman Drive, Atlanta, GA 30322
Sarah M. Huntington, MSc*, PO Box 961, Kingston, WA
98346; and Tal Simmons, PhD, School of Forensic &
Investigative Sciences, University of Central Lancashire,
Preston, Lancashire PR1 2HE, UNITED KINGDOM
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Microbial Marine Decomposition: Marine
Bacteria as an Indicator of Postmortem
Submersion Interval
A Study of the Differences Between Fresh
Water and Salt Water Decomposition:
Establishing Time Since Death or Time
Since Submergence
Decomposition Patterns in Indoor
Environments: A Comparative Analysis of
Rodriguez and Bass’s Stages
Differential Decomposition of NonTraumatized, Blunt Force, and Sharp
Force-Traumatized Buried Pig Carcasses
Application of Geopedology to Forensic
Anthropology: Can Vivianite Be a Marker
of Burial in Soil? – Three Case Reports
Biometric Assessment of the Accuracy of a
Large Sample of Three-Dimensional
Computerized Facial Approximations
Results From a Survey on Computerized
Facial Approximation
Gemma C. Dickson, BSc*, and Russell T.M. Poulter, PhD,
University of Otago, Department of Biochemistry, PO Box
56, Dunedin, Otago 9054, NEW ZEALAND; Jules A.
Kieser, PhD, University of Otago, Sir John Walsh Research
Institute, Faculty of Dentistry, PO Box 647, Dunedin, Otago
9054, NEW ZEALAND; Elizabeth W. Maas, PhD, National
Institute of Water & Atmospheric Research, Ltd. (NIWA),
Private Bag 14901, Wellington, Otago 9054, NEW
ZEALAND; and P. Keith Probert, PhD, University of
Otago, Department of Marine Science, PO Box 56,
Dunedin, Otago 9054, NEW ZEALAND
Mallory S. Littman, BS*, and Peter J. Colleran, BS, Boston
University School of Medicine, 715 Albany Street, Boston,
MA 02118; and Tara L. Moore, PhD, Boston University
School of Medicine, 700 Albany Street, Boston, MA 02118;
and Billie L. Seet, MA, Office of the Chief Medical
Examiner, 720 Albany Street, Boston, MA 02118
Melissa A. Pope, BA*, University of South Florida,
Department of Anthropology, 4202 East Fowler Avenue,
Tampa, FL 33612; and Erin H. Kimmerle, PhD, University
of South Florida, Department of Anthropology, 4202 East
Fowler, Soc 107, Tampa, FL 33820
Donna C. Boyd, PhD*, Lindsay Sliwa, BS, and Cliff Boyd,
PhD*, Radford University, Anthropological Sciences
Program, School of Environmental and Physical Sciences,
Radford, VA 24142
Stephania Ern, BSc, and Luca Trombino, Dipartimento di
Scienze della Terra, Università degli Studi di Milano,
Milan, ITALY; Daniele Gibelli, MD*, Laboratorio di
Antropologia e Odontologia Forense, Sezione di Medicina
Legale, Dipartimento di Morfologia Umana e Scienze
Biomediche, V. Mangiagalli, 37, Milan, ITALY; and
Cristina Cattaneo, PhD, Laboratorio di Antropologia e
Odontologia Forense, Sezione di Medicina Legale,
Dipartimento di Morfologia Umana e Scienze Biomediche,
V. Mangiagalli, 37, Milan, ITALY
Terrie L. Simmons, MA*, Counterterrorism and Forensic
Science Research Unit, FBI Laboratory, 2501 Investigation
Parkway, Quantico, VA 22135; Peter H. Tu, PhD, and
Jeffrey D. Erno, MS, GE Global Research, One Research
Circle, Niskayuna, NY 12309; and Philip N. Williams, BS,
and Keith L. Monson, PhD, Counterterrorism and Forensic
Science Research Unit, FBI Laboratory, 2501 Investigation
Parkway, Quantico, VA 22135
Terrie L. Simmons, MA*, FBI Laboratory Division,
Counterterrorism and Forensic Science Research Unit,
2501 Investigation Parkway, Quantico, VA 22135; Lisa G.
Bailey, BA, FBI Laboratory, 2501 Investigation Parkway,
SPU/Room 1115, Quantico, VA 22135; and Melissa A.
Torpey, MS, Philip N. Williams, BS, and Keith L. Monson,
PhD, Counterterrorism and Forensic Science Research
Unit, FBI Laboratory, 2501 Investigation Parkway,
Quantico, VA 22135
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Integrative Measurement Protocol
Incorporating Morphometric and
Behavioral Research Tools From Forensic
Anthropology, Human Biology, and
Primatology
Evaluation of Bilateral Differences in
Histomorphometry From the Anterior
Cortex of the Femur of Korean Adults
Phoebe R. Stubblefield, PhD*, Department of
Anthropology, University of North Dakota, 236 Centennial
Drive Stop 8374, Grand Forks, ND 58202; Susan C. Anton,
PhD*, New York University, Department of Anthropology,
25 Waverly Place, New York, NY 10003; James J.
Snodgrass, PhD*, Department of Anthropology, University
of Oregon, 1218 University of Oregon, Eugene, OR 974051218; Christian Crowder, PhD, Medical Examiner’s Office,
520 1st Avenue, New York, NY 10016; Anthony Di Fiore,
PhD, Department of Anthropology, New York University,
25 Waverly Place, New York, NY 10003; Dana L. Duren,
PhD, Departments of Community Health, Neuroscience,
Wright State Boonshoft School of Medicine, 3640 Colonel
Glenn Highway, Dayton, OH 45435; Eduardo FernandezDuque, PhD, Department of Anthropology, University of
Pennsylvania, 3260 South Street, Philadelphia, PA 191046398; William R. Leonard, PhD, Department of
Anthropology, Northwestern University, 1810 Hinman
Avenue, Evanston, IL 60208-1330; Steve Leigh, PhD,
Department of Anthropology, University of Illinois,
Urbana-Champaign, 109 Davenport Hall, 607 South
Matthews Avenue, Urbana, IL 61801; Felicia Madimenos,
MS, Department of Anthropology, University of Oregon,
1218 University of Oregon, Eugene, OR 97405-1218; Scott
McGraw, PhD, Department of Anthropology, The Ohio
State University, 174 West 18th Avenue Columbus, OH
43210; Emily R. Middleton, MS, and Chris A. Schmitt, MS,
Department of Anthropology, New York University, 25
Waverly Place, New York, NY 10003; Richard J. Sherwood,
PhD, Wright State Boonshoft School of Medicine, 3640
Colonel Glenn Highway, Dayton, OH 45435; Trudy R.
Turner, PhD, Department of Anthropology, University of
Wisconsin-Milwaukee, PO Box 413, Milwaukee, WI 53201;
Claudia R. Valeggia, PhD, Department of Anthropology,
University of Pennsylvania, 3260 South Street,
Philadelphia, PA 19104-6398; and Francis J. White, PhD,
Department of Anthropology, University of Oregon, 1218
University of Oregon, Eugene, OR 97405-1218
Seung Mook Jo, MD, PhD, Gachon University of Medicine
and Science, Department of Anatomy, 1198, Kuwol-dong,
Namdong-gu, Incheon, 405760, KOREA; and Yi-Suk Kim,
MD, PhD*, Ewha Womans University, Departement of
Anatomy, School of Medicine, 911-1, Mok6-dong,
Yangcheon-gu, Seoul, 158710, KOREA
Index 17
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Forensic Anthropological Consideration of
Quantification Techniques of Individuals
From Excavated Human Remains in Case
of Burial Place at Daehak-Ro, Korea
Stature Estimation: Are There Any
Advantages to Using Principal Component
Analysis?
An Investigation Into the Rate of
Decomposition of Decapitated Heads and
Heads With an Attached Body
An Assessment of a Simple Model and
Method for Osteometric Sorting
Improving Histomorphometric Age
Estimation: An Application of Osteon
Population Density on Kerley’s Original
Sample Data
Histological Age Estimation: Towards
Standardizing Definitions of Bone
Histological Variables
And Dens There Were Two: The Utility of
the Second Cervical Vertebra as an
Indicator of Sex and Age-at-Death
A Radiographic Assessment of Age Using
Distal Radius Epiphysis Presence in a
Modern Subadult Sample
U-Young Lee, MD*, Department of Anatomy, College of
Medicine, The Catholic University of Korea, 505, Banpodong, Socho-gu, Seoul, 137701, KOREA; Dae-Kyoon Park,
MD, PhD, Soonchunhyang University, College of Medicine,
Department of Anatomy, 366-1 Ssangyong-dong, Cheonansi, Seoul 330946 KOREA; Yi-Suk Kim, MD, PhD, Ewha
Womans University, Department of Anatomy, School of
Medicine, 911-1, Mok6-dong, Yangcheon-gu, Seoul,
158710, KOREA; Sang-Seob Lee, DDS, National Institute
of Scientific Investigation, Shinwol-7-dong, Yancheon-gu,
Seoul, 158707, KOREA; Yong-Woo Ahn, DDS, PhD,
Institute of Forensic Medicine, School of Medicine, Pusan
National University, 1-10, Ami-dong, Seo-gu, Busan,
602739, KOREA; Nak-Eun Jung, PhD, National Institute of
Scientific Investigation, Shinwol-7-dong, Yancheon-gu,
Seoul, 158707, KOREA; and Seung-Ho Han, MD, PhD,
Department of Anatomy, Catholic Institute for Applied
Anatomy, College of Medicine, The Catholic University of
Korea, 505, Banpo-dong, Seocho-gu, Seoul, 137701,
KOREA
Kalan S. Lynn, BSc*, Mercyhurst College, 501 East 38th
Street, Erie, PA 16546; and Stephen D. Ousley, PhD,
Mercyhurst College, Department of Applied Forensic,
Anthropology, 501 East 38th Street, Erie, PA 16546
Tal Simmons, PhD*, School of Forensic & Investigative
Sciences, University of Central Lancashire, Preston,
Lancashire PR1 2HE, UNITED KINGDOM; and Elizabeth
A. Walker, BSc, 3 Ruskin Road, Birtley, Co Durham, DH3
1AD, UNITED KINGDOM
Ana Del Alamo, BA*, 4521 Northeast 22 Road, Fort
Lauderdale, FL
Merissa Olmer, BA*, Department of Anthropology,
University of Maryland, 1111 Woods Hall, College Park,
MD 20742; Sophia Mavroudas, BA*, Department of
Anthropology, New York University, 25 Waverly Place,
New York, NY; Franklin E. Damann, MA, National Museum
of Heath and Medicine, AFIP, PO Box 59685, Washington,
DC 20012-0685; and Christian Crowder, PhD, Office of
the Chief Medical Examiner, 520 1st Avenue, New York, NY
10016
Meghan-Tomasita J. Cosgriff-Hernandez, MS*, The Ohio
State University, Department of Anthropology, 4034 Smith
Laboratory, 174 West 18th Avenue, Columbus, OH 43210;
and Sam D. Stout, PhD, Ohio State University, Department
of Anthropology, 4034 Smith Laboratory, Columbus, OH
43210-1106
Billie L. Seet, MA*, Office of the Chief Medical Examiner,
720 Albany Street, Boston, MA 02118; and Jonathan D.
Bethard, MA*, Pellissippi State Community College, 10915
Hardin Valley Road, PO Box 22990, Knoxville, TN 37933
Christina L. Fojas, BA*, Mercyhurst College, Department
of Anthropology & Applied Forensic Sciences, 501 East
38th Street, Erie, PA 16546
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New York City Unidentified Decedents
From 1980 – 2008
Detecting Individuals With Reduced
Mobility Using Femoral Morphology
Sociocultural Factors in the Identification
of Undocumented Migrants
What’s in a Number: Statistical Paradigm
Shifts in Forensic Anthropology
The Use (and Abuse) of the Sacrum in Sex
Determination
Sex and Ancestry Estimation From
Landmarks of the Cranial Base
Virtual Sex: Phenice and Metrics of the
Pelvis From 3D Computed Tomography
(CT) Models
Molar Crenulation as an Attribute of
Ancestry in Forensic Cases: Identification
and Accuracy
Benjamin J. Figura, MA*, New York City Office of the
Chief Medical Examiner, 520 First Avenue, New York, NY
10016
Stephanie L. Child, MA*, University of Missouri, 107
Swallow Hall, Columbia, MO 65211; and Daniel J.
Wescott, PhD, Florida International University,
Department Biological Sciences, 11200 Southwest 8th
Street, Miami, FL 333199
Robin Reineke, MA*, The University of Arizona, School of
Anthropology, 1009 East South Campus Drive, Tucson, AZ
85721; and Bruce E. Anderson, PhD, Pima County Office
of the Medical Examiner, 2825 East District Street, Tucson,
AZ 85714
Natalie R. Shirley, PhD*, Alicja K. Kutyla, MS, and
Richard Jantz, PhD, University of Tennessee, Department
of Anthropology, 250 South Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN
37996
Elizabeth A. Miller, PhD*, California State University at
Los Angeles, Department of Anthropology, 5151 State
University Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90032; and Stephen D.
Ousley, PhD, Mercyhurst College, Department of Applied
Forensic, Anthropology, 501 East 38th Street, Erie, PA
16546
Ashley H. McKeown, PhD*, University of Montana,
Department of Anthropology, Missoula, MT 59812; and
Daniel J. Wescott, PhD, Florida International University,
Department of Biological Sciences, 11200 Southwest 8th
Street, Miami, FL 333199
Summer J. Decker, MA, MS*, University of South Florida
College of Medicine, Department of Pathology & Cell
Biology, 12901 Bruce B. Downs Boulevard, MDC 11,
Tampa, FL 33612; Stephanie L. Davy-Jow, PhD, School of
Biological and Earth Sciences, Liverpool John Moores
University, Liverpool John Moores University, James
Parsons Building, 236, Byrum Street, Liverpool, L3 3AF,
UNITED KINGDOM; and Jonathan M. Ford, MS, and Don
R. Hilbelink, PhD, Deptartment of Pathology & Cell
Biology, University of South Florida College of Medicine,
12901 Bruce B. Downs Boulevard, MDC11, Tampa, FL
33612
Christen E. Herrick, BS*, and Heather A. Walsh-Haney,
PhD, Florida Gulf Coast University, Division of Justice
Studies, 10501 FGCU Boulevard AB3, Fort Myers, FL
33965-6565; Katy L. Shepherd, BS, Florida Gulf Coast
University, Division of Justice Studies, 10501 FGCU
Boulevard, South, Fort Myers, FL 33965; Marta U.
Coburn, MD, District 20 Medical Examiner’s Office, 3838
Domestic Avenue, Naples, FL 34104; and Margarita
Arruza, MD, Medical Examiner’s Office, 2100 Jefferson
Street, Jacksonville, FL 32206
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Subadult Ancestry Determinations Using
Geometric Morphometrics
Craniometric Variation in South African
and American Blacks
Death on America’s Southern Border: A
Summary of Five Years of Genetic Data
Acquisition and Analysis of the Reuniting
Families Project
The Scientific Working Group for Forensic
Anthropology
Shanna E. Williams, PhD*, University of Florida,
Department of Anatomy, PO Box 100235, Gainesville, FL
32610-0235; and Ann H. Ross, PhD, North Carolina State
University, Sociology and Anthropology, Campus Box
8107, Raleigh, NC 27695-8107
Stephen D. Ousley, PhD*, Mercyhurst College, Department
of Applied Forensic Anthropology, 501 East 38th Street,
Erie, PA 16546; and Ericka N. L’Abbe, PhD*, PO Box
5023, Pretoria, 0001, SOUTH AFRICA
Lori E. Baker, PhD*, Baylor University, Forensic Research
Lab, One Bear Place #97388, Waco, TX 76798-7388; and
Yasmine M. Baktash, BA, Baylor University, One Bear
Place #97388, Waco, TX 76798
Thomas D. Holland, PhD*, DoD JPAC, Central ID Lab,
310 Worchester Avenue, Hickam AFB, HI 96853; Angi M.
Christensen, PhD*, FBI Laboratory, 2501 Investigation
Parkway, Quantico, VA 22135; Bradley J. Adams, PhD,
New York Office of the Chief Medical Examiner, 520 1st
Avenue, New York, NY 10016; Bruce E. Anderson, PhD,
Forensic Science Center, 2825 East District Street, Tucson,
AZ 85714; Hugh E. Berryman, PhD, Department Sociology
& Anthropology, Middle Tennessee State University, Box
89, Murfreesboro, TN 37132; John E. Byrd, PhD,
JPAC/CIL, 310 Worchester Avenue, Hickam AFB, HI
96853- 5530; Leslie E. Eisenberg, PhD, 6228 Trail Ridge
Court, Oregon, WI 53575; Todd W. Fenton, PhD, Michigan
State University, Department of Anthropology, 354 Baker
Hall, East Lansing, MI 48824; Michael Finnegan, PhD,
Kansas State University, Osteology Lab, 204 Waters Hall,
Manhattan, KS 66506; Diane L. France, PhD, Colorado
State University, Human Identification Lab, Department of
Anthropology, Fort Collins, CO 80523; Lisa M. Leppo,
PhD, U.S. Army QM Center & School, Joint Mortuary
Affairs Center, 1201 22nd Street, Fort Lee, VA 23801-1601;
Lee Meadows Jantz, PhD, Department of Anthropology,
University of Tennessee, 250 South Stadium Hall,
Knoxville, TN 37996- 0720; Robert W. Mann, PhD, Joint
POW/MIA Accounting Command, Identification
Laboratory, 310 Worchester Avenue, Hickam AFB, HI
96853-5000; Stephen D. Ousley, PhD, Mercyhurst College,
Department of Anthropology/Archaeology, 501 East 38th
Street, Erie, PA 16546; William C. Rodriguez III, PhD,
Armed Forces Medical Examiner’s Office, 1413 Research
Boulevard, Building 102, Rockville, MD 20850; Paul S.
Sledzik, MS, NTSB, Office ofTransportation Disaster
Assistance, 490 L’Enfant Plaza, Southwest Washington, DC
20594; Richard M. Thomas, PhD, FBI Laboratory, DNA
Unit II, Room 3220, 2501 Investigation Parkway, Quantico,
VA 22135; Andrew Tyrrell, PhD, JPAC-CIL, 310
Worchester Avenue, Hickam AFB, HI 96853; Douglas H.
Ubelaker, PhD, Department of Anthropology, NMNH MRC 112, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC 20560;
Michael W. Warren, PhD, C.A. Pound Human ID
Laboratory, 1376 Mowry Road, Room G17, PO Box
Index 20
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103
104
105
Developing a Regional Forensic
Taphonomy: Environmental and Climatic
Inputs
Human Decomposition Ecology at the
University of Tennessee Anthropology
Research Facility
Deep Coastal Marine Taphonomy: Interim
Results From an Ongoing Experimental
Investigation of Decomposition in the
Saanich Inlet, British Columbia
An Experimental Study of Putrefaction
and Decomposition in Aqueous
Environments
Decomposition in Water: The Effects of
Climate on the Rate of Decay in New
England
Dead on Time? The Repellent Effect of
Liquid Petroleum Gas on Time Since
Death Estimation
Predicting the Postmortem Submersion
Interval From the Adipocere Formation on
Rabbits
Differential Decomposition in Terrestrial,
Saltwater, and Freshwater Environments:
A Pilot Study
Inter- and Intra-Element Variation in
Carnivore and Rodent Scavenging Patterns
in Northern California
113615, Gainesville, FL 32610; and P. Willey, PhD, Chico
State University, Department of Anthropology, Chico, CA
95929-0400
Marcella H. Sorg, PhD*, Margaret Chase Smith Policy
Center, University of Maine, Orono, ME 04469; William D.
Haglund, PhD, 20410 25th Avenue, Northwest, Shoreline,
WA 98177; Edward David, MD, JD, 498 Essex Street,
Bangor, ME 04401; Sarah A. Kiley, MS, 235 Forest Hill
Street, Jamaica Plain, MA 02130; William Parker, BS,
Margaret Chase Smith, Policy Center, University of Maine,
Orono, ME 04469; Harold W. Borns, PhD, Climate Change
Institute, University of Maine, Orono, ME 04469; John
Burger, PhD, Department of Zoology, University of New
Hampshire, Durham, NH 03834; John Dearborn, PhD,
School of Marine Sciences, University of Maine, Orono,
ME 04469; Ann Dieffenbacher-Krall, PhD, Climate Change
Institute, University of Maine, Orono, ME 04469; Deborah
Palman, MS, Maine K-9 Services, PO Box 57, Aurora, ME
04408; and Touradj Solouki, PhD, Department of
Chemistry, University of Maine, Orono, ME 04469
Franklin E. Damann, MA*, National Museum of Health and
Medicine, AFIP, PO Box 59685, Washington, DC 200120685; and Aphantree Tanittaisong, MS, AFIP Armed
Forces DNA Identification Laboratory, 1413 Research
Boulevard, Rockville, MD 20850
Gail S. Anderson, PhD*, and Lynne S. Bell, PhD, Simon
Fraser University, School of Criminology, 8888 University
Drive, Burnaby, BC V5A 1S6, CANADA
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107
Kristen E. Greenwald, MA*, 32 10th Street, Hermosa
Beach, CA 90254
108
Peter J. Colleran, BS*, and Mallory S. Littman, BA, Boston
University School of Medicine, 715 Albany Street, Boston,
MA 02118; Billie L. Seet, MA, Office of the Chief Medical
Examiner, Boston, MA 02118; Tara L. Moore, PhD, Boston
University School of Medicine, 700 Albany St., Boston, MA
02118; Debra A. Prince, PhD, Office of the Chief Medical
Examiner, Boston, MA 02118
Branka Franicevic, MSc*, University of Bradford,
Bradford, BD7 1DP, UNITED KINGDOM
108
Marcella M.C. Widya, BSc*, 14 Stanleyfield Road, Preston,
Lancashire PR1 1QL, UNITED KINGDOM
110
Laura E. Ayers, BA*, 206 B Redbud, New Braunfels, TX
78130
110
Eric J. Bartelink, PhD, 400 West First Street, Department
of Anthropology, Butte #311, California State UniversityChico, Chico, CA 95929-0400; and Lisa N. Bright, BS*,
1259 Hobart, Chico, CA 95926
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Southeast Texas Applied Forensic Science
Facility (STAFS) at Sam Houston State
University: A New Forensic Anthropology
Human Decomposition Facility
Establishing a Taphonomic Research
Facility in the United Kingdom
Forensic Archaeological Recovery of the
Victims of the Continental Connection
Flight 3407 Crash in Clarence Center, New
York
Spatial Patterning of Clandestine Graves in
the Investigation of Large Scale Human
Rights Violations: The Example of the
Spanish Civil War Rearguard Repression
Validity of Portable X-Ray Fluorescence in
Assistance With Identification of
Individuals in a Burial Setting by
Comparison With mtDNA
The Assessment and Determination of
Forensic Significance in Forensic
Anthropology
A Radiographic Database for Forensic
Anthropology
New Scapular Measurements for
Determining Sex
Sex Estimation From the Calcaneus Using
Discriminant Function Analysis
Sex Determination Using the Calcaneus in
Koreans
Joan A. Bytheway, PhD*, Sam Houston State University,
Chemistry & Forensic Science Building, 1003 Bowers
Boulevard, Box 2525, Huntsville, TX 77340
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Tal Simmons, PhD, Peter A. Cross, MSc*, and Rachel E.
Cunliffe, MSC, University of Central Lancashire, School of
Forensic and Investigative Sciences, Preston, AS PR1 2HE,
UNITED KINGDOM
Dennis C. Dirkmaat, PhD*, Applied Forensic Sciences
Department, Mercyhurst College, Glenwood Hills, Erie, PA
16546; Steven A. Symes, PhD, Mercyhurst Archaeological
Institute, Mercyhurst College, 501 East 38th, Erie, PA
16546-0001; and Luis L. Cabo-Pérez, MS, Mercyhurst
College, Department of Applied Forensic Sciences, 501
East 38th Street, Erie, PA 16546
Derek Congram, MSc*, 706-1850 Comox Street,
Vancouver, BC V6G 1R3, CANADA
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Jennifer F. Byrnes, MA*, SUNY at Buffalo, Department of
Anthropology, 380 MFAC, Ellicott Complex, Buffalo, NY
14261-0026; Peter J. Bush, BS, SUNY at Buffalo, South
Campus Instrument Center, B1 Squire Hall, South Campus,
Buffalo, NY 14214; Esther J. Lee, MSc, and D. Andrew
Merriwether, PhD, Binghamton University, Department of
Anthropology, PO Box 6000, Binghamton, NY 13902-6000;
and Joyce E. Sirianni, PhD, SUNY at Buffalo, Department
of Anthropology, 380 MFAC, Ellicott Complex, Buffalo, NY
14261-0026
Lelia Watamaniuk, BSc*, University of Toronto,
Department of Anthropology, 3359 Mississauga Road,
North, NB 226, Mississauga, ON M4V 1R6, CANADA
Stephen D. Ousley, PhD*, Mercyhurst College, Department
of Applied Forensic Anthropology, 501 East 38th Street,
Erie, PA 16546; Kyra E. Stull, MS*, Mercyhurst College,
501 East 38th Street, Erie, PA 16546; and Kathryn L.
Frazee, MS*, 351 West 22nd Street, Floor 2, Erie, PA
16502
Natalie Uhl, MS*, 308 North Orchard Street, Apartment 7,
Urbana, IL 61801
Daniel L. DiMichele, BS*, Texas State University, 601
University Drive, ELA 232, San Marcos, TX 78666
Deog-Im Kim, PhD*, Department of Anatomy, Kwandong
University College of Medicine, 522, Naegok-dong,
Gangneug, 201701, KOREA; Yi-Suk Kim, MD, PhD, Ewha
Womans University, Department of Anatomy, School of
Medicine, 911-1, Mok6-dong, Yangcheon-gu, Seoul,
158710, KOREA; Dae-Kyoon Park, MD, PhD, Department
of Anatomy, College of Medicine, Soonchunhyang
University, 366-1 Sangyong-dong, Cheonan-si, Seoul
330946, KOREA; and U-Young Lee, MD, and Seung- Ho
Han, MD, PhD, Department of Anatomy, College of
Medicine, The Catholic University of Korea, 505, Banpodong, Seocho-gu, Seoul, 137701, KOREA
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Postcranial Sex Estimation of Individuals
Considered Hispanic
The Use of Geometric Morphometric
Analysis for Subadult Sex Estimation
Utilizing Innominates
Secular Trends in Cranial Morphological
Sexing: The Mastoid Process
Twentieth Century Change in Facial
Morphology and Its Relationship to Metric
Sexing
Foramen Magnum Shape as a Potential
Indicator of Ancestry
Prognathism and Prosthion in the
Evaluation of Ancestry
Craniometric Variation Within Southeast
Asia
Ancestry Trends in Trophy Skulls in
Northern California
Ancestry Estimation From the Tibia: Size
and Shape Differences Between American
Whites and Blacks
Recollected Versus Actual Stature: How
Does the Height Reported by Next of Kin
Measure Up?
The Use of Morbidity and Mortality
Patterns in Transitional Justice Initiatives
Towards Human Identification
Meredith L. Tise, BA*, Texas State University, Department
of Anthropology, 601 University Drive, ELA 232, San
Marcos, TX 78666; and Kate Spradley, PhD, Texas State
University, Department of Anthropology, 601 University
Drive, San Marcos, TX 78666
Jennifer M. Vollner, MS*, 328 Baker Hall, East Lansing,
MI 48824; Nicholas V. Passalacqua, MS, 3518 Hagadorn
Road, Okemos, MI 48864-4200; and Stephen D. Ousley,
PhD, Mercyhurst College, Department of Applied Forensic
Anthropology, 501 East 38th Street, Erie, PA 16546
Angela M. Dautartas, MA, University of Tennessee, 250
South Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN 37996; and Kanya
Godde, PhD*, University of Tennessee, 3904 Lonas Drive,
Knoxville, TN 37909
Richard Jantz, PhD*, and Lee Meadows Jantz, PhD,
Department of Anthropology, University of Tennessee, 250
South Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN 37996-0720
Stephanie M. Crider, BA*, Louisiana State University,
Department of Geography and Anthropology, 227 HoweRussell, Baton Rouge, LA 70803; and Mary H. Manhein,
MA, Louisiana State University, Department of Geography
& Anthropology, Baton Rouge, LA 70803
Rebekah K. Baranoff, BA*, 10 East 34th Street, Apartment
#1, Erie, PA 16504
Michael W. Kenyhercz, BA*, 6327 Catawba Drive,
Canfield, OH 44406; Michael Pietrusewsky, PhD,
University of Hawaii, Department of Anthropology, 2424
Maile Way, Saunders 346, Honolulu, HI 96822; Franklin E.
Damann, MA, NMHM, AFIP, PO Box 59685, Washington,
DC 20012-0685; and Stephen D. Ousley, PhD, Mercyhurst
College, Department of Applied Forensic Anthropology,
501 East 38th Street, Erie, PA 16546
Lisa N. Bright, BS*, California State University, Chico, 400
West First Street, Chico, CA 95928; Ashley E. Kendell,
BS*, 808 West 2nd Avenue, Apartment 12, Chico, CA
95926; and Turhon A. Murad, PhD, California State
University, Chico, Department of Anthropology, Chico, CA
95929-0400
Natalie R. Shirley, PhD*, University of Tennessee,
Department of Anthropology, 250 South Stadium Hall,
Knoxville, TN 37996; Emam ElHak Abdel Fatah, BS,
Center for Musculoskeletal Research, University of
Tennessee, Department Mechanical, Aerospace, &
Biomedical Engineer, 307 Perkins Hall, Knoxville, TN
37996; and Mohamed Mahfouz, PhD, Center for
Musculoskeletal Research, Department Mechanical,
Aerospace, & Biomedical Engineer, University of
Tennessee, 307 Perkins Hall, Knoxville, TN 37996
Lauren J. Duhaime, BSc*, 1693 Virginia Drive, Sudbury,
Ontario P3E 4T7, CANADA
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Liotta N. Dowdy,*BS, and Erin H. Kimmerle, PhD,
Department of Anthropology, University of South Florida,
4202 East Fowler Avenue SOC 107, Tampa FL 33620; and
John O. Obafunwa, MD, JD, Department of Pathology and
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Forensic Anthropology and Age-at-Death
Estimation: Current Trends in Adult Age
Estimation
Understanding Uncertainty in Age
Estimation: Error Associated With the
Mann et al. Maxillary Suture Method
X-Ray Diffraction as a Tool for the
Analysis of Age-Related Changes in Teeth
Using the Acetabulum to Estimate Age: A
Revised Method
Error and Uncertainty in Pelvic Age
Estimation Part I: Younger vs. Older Adult
Males
The Impact of Obesity on Morphology of
the Femur
Mortality Structure and Age Estimation in
Nigerian Populations
Dead Man’s Curve: How Scoliosis Affects
Rib Aging
The Effect of Axial Developmental Defects
on Forensic Stature Estimates
Automatic Skull Landmark Determination
for Facial Reconstruction
In Vivo Facial Tissue Depth Measurements
Forensic Medicine, Lagos State University College of
Medicine, Ikeja, Lagos, NIGERIA
Heather M. Garvin, MS*, Johns Hopkins University, 1830
East Monument Street, Room 302, Baltimore, MD 21205;
and Nicholas V. Passalacqua, MS, 3518 Hagadorn Road,
Okemos, MI 48864-4200
Carrie A. Brown, MA*, Joint POW/MIA Accounting
Command Central Identification Laboratory, 310
Worchester Avenue, Building 45, Hickam AFB, HI 96853
Teresa V. Wilson, MA*, and Mary H. Manhein, MA,
Louisiana State University, Department of Geography and
Anthropology, 227 Howe- Russell Building, Baton Rouge,
LA 70803; and Ray E. Ferrell, Jr., PhD, Department of
Geology and Geophysics, Louisiana State University, E235
Howe Russell Building, Baton Rouge, LA 70803
Stephanie E. Calce, BSc*, University of Toronto,
Department of Anthropology, 3359 Mississauga Road
North, Mississauga, ON L5L1C6, CANADA
Allysha P. Winburn, MA, BA*, and Carrie A. Brown, MA,
Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command, Central
Identification Laboratory, 310 Worchester Avenue,
Building 45, Hickam AFB, HI 96853
Gina M. Agostini, MA*, 205 Middle Street, Hadley, MA
01035
Erin H. Kimmerle, PhD*, University of South Florida,
Department of Anthropology, 4202 East Fowler, Soc 107,
Tampa, FL 33820; and John O. Obafunwa, MD, JD,
Department of Pathology and Forensic Medicine, Lagos
State University College of Medicine, Ikeja, Lagos,
NIGERIA
Nicole M. Webb, BS*, 19760 Osprey Cove Boulevard,
Apartment 136, Fort Myers, FL 33967; Heather A. WalshHaney, PhD, Katy L. Shepherd, BS, and Christen E.
Herrick, BS, Florida Gulf Coast University, Division of
Justice Studies, 10501 Florida Gulf Coast University
Boulevard South, AB3, Fort Myers, FL 33965-6565; Alyssa
L. Butler, BA, 9795 Glen Heron Drive, Bonita Springs, FL
34135; Marta U. Coburn, MD, District 20 Medical
Examiner’s Office, 3838 Domestic Avenue, Naples, FL
34104; and Margarita Arruza, MD, Medical Examiner’s
Office, 2100 Jefferson Street, Jacksonville, FL 32206
Katy L. Shepherd, BS*, Heather A. Walsh-Haney, PhD, and
Christen E. Herrick, BS, Florida Gulf Coast University,
Division of Justice Studies, 10501 Florida Gulf Coast
University Boulevard South, AB3, Fort Myers, FL 339656565; Marta U. Coburn, MD, District 20 Medical
Examiner’s Office, 3838 Domestic Avenue, Naples, FL
34104; and Margarita Arruza, MD, Medical Examiner’s
Office, 2100 Jefferson Street, Jacksonville, FL 32206
Jeffrey D. Erno, MS*, and Peter H. Tu, PhD, GE Global
Research, Imaging Technologies, 1 Research Circle,
Niskayuna, NY 12309; and Terrie Simmons, MA, and Philip
N. Williams, BS, FBI Laboratory, CFSRU, Building 12,
Quantico, VA 22135
Meaghan A. Huculak, BSc*, Saint Mary’s University, 923
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of African Nova Scotian Children for 3-D
Forensic Facial Reconstruction
Skeletal Identification by Radiographic
Comparison: Blind Tests of a
Morphoscopic Method Using Antemortem
Chest Radiographs
Robie Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia B3H 3C3, CANADA
Carl N. Stephan, PhD*, and Andrew J. Tyrrell, PhD, JPACCIL, 310 Worchester Avenue, Hickam AFB, HI 96853
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Positive Identification Using Radiographs
of the Lumbar Spine: A Validation Study
Hand Comparison: The Potential for
Accurate Identification/Recognition in
Cases of Serious Sexual Assault
Forensic Characteristics of Hand Shape:
Analysis of Individuation Potential and
Sexual Dimorphism Using Geometric
Morphometrics
Bionic Remains: Positive Identifications
From Surgical Implants
Epidemiology of Homicide in the Spanish
Civil War
Forensic Anthropology in Colombia:
Working Amidst Armed Conflict
Ten Years On: Problems Relating to
Victim Identification in Timor Leste
Personal Identification from Skeletal
Remains in Human Rights Investigations:
Challenges from the Field
The International Commission on Missing
Persons and an Integrated,
Multidisciplinary Forensic Approach to
Identification of the Missing From the 1995
Srebrenica, Bosnia Mass Execution Event
Jane C. Wankmiller, MA*, Michigan State University,
Department of Anthropology, 354 Baker Hall, East
Lansing, MI 48824
Xanth Mallett, PhD*, University of Dundee, Centre for
Anatomy & Human Identification, Dow Street, Dundee, UK
DD1 5EH, SCOTLAND
Patrick Randolph-Quinney, PhD*, Centre for Anatomy and
Human Identification, College of Life Sciences, University
of Dundee, Dundee, DD1 5EH, UNITED KINGDOM
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Alison E. Jordan, BS*, Forensic Institute for Research and
Education, PO Box 89, Middle Tennessee State University,
Murfreesboro, TN 37132; and Hugh E. Berryman, PhD,
Department Sociology & Anthropology, Middle Tennessee
State University, Box 89, Murfreesboro, TN 37132
Dawnie W. Steadman, PhD*, Binghamton University,
Department of Anthropology, PO Box 6000, Binghamton,
NY 13902-6000; Camila Oliart, MA, Universidad
Autònoma de Barcelona, Department of Prehistory, Edifici
B, Barcelona, 08193, SPAIN; Elena Garcia-Guixé, MA,
Museu d’Arqueologia de Catalunya, Laboratori de
Paleoantropologia i Paleopatologia, Barcelona, SPAIN;
María Inés Fregeiro, MA, and Elena Sintes, MA,
Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, Department of
Prehistory, Edifici B, Barcelona, 08193, SPAIN; Jennifer
Bauder, MA, and Aimee E. Huard, MA, Binghamton
University, Department of Anthropology, Binghamton, NY
13902; Jorge Jiménez, MA, Universidad Autònoma de
Barcelona, Department of Prehistory, Barcelona, 08193,
SPAIN; and Carme Boix, PhD, Badley Ashton & Associates
Ltd., Winceby House, Winceby, Horncastle, Lincolnshire,
LN9 6PB, UNITED KINGDOM
Isla Yolima Campos Varela*, Institute of Legal Medicine,
Calle 7A #12- 61, Bogota, COLOMBIA; and Elizabeth A.
DiGangi, PhD*, ICITAP, Calle 125 #19-89, Of. 401,
Bogota, COLOMBIA
Debra Komar, PhD*, United Nations Mission in Timor
Leste, UN House, Dili, EAST TIMOR
Luis Fondebrider*, Argentine Forensic Anthropology Team
(EAAF), Rivadavia 2443, 2do piso, dpto.3 y 4, (1034)
Capital Federal, Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA; and Soren
Blau, PhD*, Victorian Institute of Forensic Medicine, 57-83
Kavanagh Street, Southbank, Melbourne, Victoria 3146,
AUSTRALIA
Thomas Parsons, PhD*, Adnan Rizvić, BSc, Andreas
Kleise, LLM; Adam Boys, MA, and Asta Zinbo, MA;
Forensic Sciences International Commission on Missing
Persons, 45A Alipasina, Sarajevo, 71000, BOSNIAHERZEGOVINA; Mark Skinner, PhD, Simon Fraser
University, Department of Archeology, Burnaby, BC, V5A
1S6, CANADA; and Kathryne Bomberger, MA, Forensic
Sciences International Commission on Missing Persons,
45A Alipasina, Sarajevo, 71000, BOSNIA-HERZEGOVINA
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The Work of the ICMP in the Detection,
Excavation, Documentation, and Analysis
of Clandestine Graves Relating to the 1995
Fall of Srebrenica: A Review of Activities
and Challenges Encountered
The Podrinje Identification Project: A
Dedicated Mortuary Facility for the
Missing From Srebrenica
The Lukavac Re-Association Center: A
Model for a Multidisciplinary Approach in
the Examination of Commingled Remains
The Use of Population-Specific Standards
in Anthropological Examination and Their
Incorporation Into a Multidisciplinary
Mortuary Database
High Throughput DNA Typing for
Degraded Skeletal Remains and Victim
Reference Samples in a Large Scale
“DNALed” Missing Persons Identification
and Re-Association Project: The ICMP
Work on the Missing Recovered From
Srebrenica Mass Graves
The ICMP Identification Coordination
Center: A Sample Accessioning and Blind
DNA Matching System for Missing Persons
Identification on a Regional Scale
Renée C. Kosalka, MA*, Sharna Daley, MSc, and Jon
Sterenberg, MSc, Forensic Sciences International
Commission on Missing Persons, 45A Alipasina, Sarajevo,
71000, BOSNIA-HERZEGOVINA; Rick Harrington, PhD,
PO Box 40191, Tucson, AZ 85717; Hugh Tuller, MA, JPAC
CIL, 310 Worchester Avenue, Hickam AFB, HI; Cecily
Cropper, PhD, Forensic Sciences International
Commission on Mission Persons, 45A Alipasina, Sarajevo,
71000, BOSNIA-HERZEGOVINA; Mark Skinner, PhD,
Simon Fraser University, Department of Archeology,
Burnaby, BC, V5A 1S6, CANADA; and Thomas Parsons,
PhD, Forensic Sciences International Commission on
Missing Persons, 45A Alipasina, Sarajevo, 71000,
BOSNIA-HERZEGOVINA
Rifat Kešetović, MD*, Laura Yazedjian, MSc, Dragana
Vučetić, MSc, Emina Kurtalić, Zlatan Šabanović, Cheryl
Katzmarzyk, MA, Adnan Rizvić, BSc, and Thomas Parsons,
PhD, Forensic Sciences International Commission on
Missing Persons, 45A Alipasina, Sarajevo, 71000,
BOSNIA-HERZEGOVINA
Cheryl Katzmarzyk, MA*, Rifat Kešetović, MD, Kerry-Ann
Martin, MSc, Edin Jasaragić, René Huel, BA, Jon
Sterenberg, MSc, and Adnan Rizvić, BSc, International
Commission on Missing Persons, 45A Alipasina, Sarajevo,
71000, BOSNIA-HERZEGOVINA; Mark Skinner, PhD;
Simon Fraser University, Department of Archeology,
Burnaby, BC, V5A 1S6, CANADA; and Thomas Parsons,
PhD, Forensic Sciences International Commission on
Missing Persons, 45A Alipasina, Sarajevo, 71000,
BOSNIA-HERZEGOVINA
Cheryl Katzmarzyk, MA, and Kerry-Ann Martin, MSc,
Forensic Sciences International Commission on Missing
Persons, 45A Alipasina, Sarajevo, 71000, BOSNIAHERZEGOVINA; Senem Skulj, MSc*, 17 VKB 19/11,
Sanski Most, 79260, BOSNIA-HERZEGOVINA; and Laura
Yazedjian, MSc, Dragana Vučetić, MSc, Adnan Rizvić, MA,
and Thomas Parsons, PhD, Forensic Sciences International
Commission on Missing Persons, 45A Alipasina, Sarajevo,
71000, BOSNIA-HERZEGOVINA
Rene Huel, BA*, Ana Miloš-Bilic MSc, Sylvain Amory PhD,
Stojko Vidović, Tony Donlon, BSc, Adnan Rizvić, BSc, and
Thomas Parsons, PhD, Forensic Sciences International
Commission on Missing Persons, 45A Alipasina, Sarajevo,
71000, BOSNIA-HERZEGOVINA
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Edin Jasaragic, BA*, Zlatan Bajunovic, Adnan Rizvić, BSc,
and Thomas Parsons, PhD, Forensic Sciences International
Commission on Missing Persons, 45A Alipasina, Sarajevo,
71000, BOSNIA-HERZEGOVINA
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An Innovative Software Solution for Large
Scale Forensic Identification Efforts
Mapping Forensic Evidence Onto the Stor
of Srebrenica: Augmenting the Historical
Record Through Analysis of Archaeology,
Anthropology, and DNA
Identifying the Missing From Srebrenica:
Family Contact and the Final Identification
Process
The Social Effects of Recognizing
Srebrenica’s Missing
Lessons and Challenges From Srebrenica:
A Summary and Future Perspectives
Adnan Rizvic, MA*; Azra Aljić, MSc; Djordje Badza, BsC;
Damir Bolić, BsC; Goran Jotanović, BsC; Muris Pucić,
BsC; Amir Mandzuka, PhD; Zoran Cvijanović, PhD; Edin
Jasaragić, BA, Zlatan Bajunović, Cheryl Katzmarzyk, MA,
Kerry-Ann Martin, MSc, Sharna Daley, MSc, Reneé
Kosalka, MA, René Huel, BA, Tony Donlon, BSc, and
Thomas Parsons, PhD, Forensic Sciences International
Commission on Missing Persons, 45A Alipasina, Sarajevo,
71000, BOSNIA-HERZEGOVINA
Renee Kosalka, MA*, Cheryl Katzmarzyk, MA*, Sharna
Daley, MSc, Jon Sterenberg, MSc, Rifat Kešetović, MD,
Laura Yazedjian, MSc, René Huel, BSc, Edin Jasaragić,
Adnan Rizić, BSc, and Thomas Parsons, PhD, Forensic
Sciences International Commission on Missing Persons,
45A Alipasina, Sarajevo, 71000, BOSNIA-HERZEGOVINA
Nedim Durakovic, BSc*, Rifat Kešetović, MD, Emina
Kurtalić, Amir Hasandžiković, BSc, Adnan Rizvić, BSc, and
Thomas Parsons, PhD, Forensic Sciences International
Commission on Missing Persons, 45A Alipasina, Sarajevo,
71000, BOSNIA-HERZEGOVINA
Sarah Wagner, PhD*, University of North Carolina
Greensboro, Department of Anthropology, 437 Graham
Building, Greensboro, North Carolina 27410
Thomas Parsons, PhD*, Andreas Kleiser LLM, Adnan
Rizvić BSc, and Kathryne Bomberger MA, Forensic
Sciences International Commission on Missing Persons,
45A Alipasina, Sarajevo, 71000, BOSNIAHERZEGOVINA
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Assessment of Differences in
Decomposition Rates of Rabbit Carcasses
With and Without Insect Access Prior to
Burial
Bugs Bunny? No Bugs Bunny
Decomposition of Sharpey’s Fibers in
Estimating Postmortem Interval
Year-of-Death Determination Based Upon
the Measurement of Atomic Bomb-Derived
Radiocarbon in Human Soft Tissues
The Effects of Coverings on the Rate of
Human Decomposition
Modes of Mutilation in Taphonomic
Context: Can Sharp Force Trauma
Decelerate the Decomposition Process?
Living With Corpses: Case Report of
Psychological Impairment and Neglect,
Leading to the Death of Two Women
Creating an Open-Air Forensic
Anthropology Human Decomposition
Research Facility
Metacarpal and Metatarsal Histology of
Humans and Black Bears
The Effects of Papain and EDTA on Bone
in the Processing of Forensic Remains
Practical Considerations in Trace Element
Analysis of Bone by Portable X-Ray
Fluorescence
2009
Jutta Bachmann, MSc*, Postweg 2, Fellbach, BadenWuerttemberg 70736, GERMANY
145
Tal Simmons, PhD*, Peter A. Cross, MSc, Rachel Adlam,
MSc, and Colin Moffatt, PhD, University of Central
Lancashire, School of Forensic and Investigative Sciences,
Preston, Lancashire PR1 2HE, UNITED KINGDOM
Gretchen R. Dabbs, MA*, University of Arkansas, 330 Old
Main, Fayetteville, AR 72701; and Michelle A. Granrud,
585 North Scottsdale Drive, Apartment 6, Fayetteville, AR
72701
Gregory W. Hodgins, PhD*, University of Arizona,
Department of Physics, 1118 East Fourth Street, Tucson,
AZ 85721
Angela M. Dautartas, BS*, University of Tennessee, 250
South Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN 37996
Branka Franicevic, MSc*, Department of Archaeology,
Sheffield University, Sheffield, S1 4ET, UNITED
KINGDOM
William C. Rodriguez III, PhD*, Armed Forces Medical
Examiner, 1413 Research Boulevard, Building 102,
Rockville, MD 20850
Jerry Melbye, PhD*, and Michelle D. Hamilton, PhD,
Texas State University-San Marcos, Department of
Anthropology, 601 University Drive, San Marcos, TX
78666-4616
Brannon I. Hulsey, MA*, Walter E. Klippel, PhD, and Lee
Meadows Jantz, PhD, University of Tennessee, Department
of Anthropology, 250 South Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN
37966-0720
Bobbie J. Kemp, MS, Michael I. Siegel, PhD, Margaret A.
Judd, PhD, and Mark P. Mooney, PhD, University of
Pittsburgh, Department of Anthropology, 3302 Wesley W.
Posvar Hall, Pittsburgh, PA 15260, and Luis L. CaboPérez, MS, Mercyhurst College, Department of Applied
Forensic Sciences, 501 East 38th Street, Erie, PA 16546
Jennifer F. Byrnes, BS*, SUNY University at Buffalo,
Department of Anthropology, 380 MFAC, Ellicott Complex,
Buffalo, NY 14261-0026; and Peter J. Bush, BS, SUNY at
Buffalo, South Campus Instrument Center, B1 Squire Hall,
South Campus, Buffalo, NY 14214
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Field Contamination of Archaeological
Bone Samples Submitted for
Mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) Analysis
Training in Forensic Archaeology and
Anthropology on a Shoestring: Is It
Possible? Is It Sensible?
Ground Penetrating Radar: A New Tool in
Crime Scene Examination?
Forensic Field Radiography: In the
Trenches With MacGyver
Hispanic: History and Use of a Generic
Term
Cephalic Index of Gurung Community of
Nepal: An Anthropometric Study
Ancestry Estimation Using the Femur: A
Pilot Study
Evaluation of Enamel Short Chemical
History as a Forensic Tool: A Comparative
Study of Six Countries
Differentiating Between Foreign National
Hispanics and U.S. Hispanics in the
Southwest: The Influence of Socioeconomic
Status on Dental Health and Stature
Past or Present? An Empirical Basis for
Quantitatively Distinguishing Between
Prehistoric and Modern Forensic Cases
Using a California Native American
Population
Frequencies of Non-Metric Characteristics
in Northern California Native Populations:
Establishing a Foundation for Comparison
Alexander F. Christensen, PhD, Joint POW/MIA
Accounting Command, Central Identification Lab, 310
Worchester Avenue, Hickam AFB, HI 96853; Suni M.
Edson, MS*, Armed Forces DNA ID Lab, 1413 Research
Boulevard, Building 101, Rockville, MD 20850; Erica L.
Chatfield, MFS, AFDIL, 1413 Research Boulevard,
Building 101, Rockville, MD 20850; Audrey L. Meehan,
BGS, JPAC-CIL, 91-1074 Anaunau Street, Ewa Beach, HI
96706; and Suzanne M. Barritt, MS, AFDIL, Armed Forces
DNA ID Lab, 1413 Research Boulevard, Building 101,
Rockville, MD 20850
Roland Wessling, BSc*, and Ambika Flavel, MSc, Inforce
Foundation, Cranfield University, Cranfield Forensic
Institute, Shrivenham, SN6 8LA, UNITED KINGDOM
Donna M. MacGregor, MSc*, Queensland Police Service,
Scientific Section, 200 Roma Street, Brisbane, 4001,
AUSTRALIA
Gerald J. Conlogue, MHS*, c/o Diagnostic Imaging
Program, Quinnipiac University, 275 Mt. Carmel Avenue,
Hamden, CT 06518; and Mark D. Viner, MSc, Inforce
Foundation, Forensic Science Institute, Cranfield
University, Royal Military College of Science, Shrivenham,
Wiltshire, UNITED KINGDOM
Ashley E. Shidner, BA*, and Heidi S. Davis, BA, BS,
University of West Florida, Department of Anthropology,
11000 University Parkway, Pensacola, FL 32514
Stany W. Lobo, MSc*, Department of Anatomy, Melaka
Manipal Medical College, Manipal, Karnataka 576104,
INDIA
Sarah E. McManus, BA*, 2019 Stonybrook Road,
Louisville, TN 37777
Khudooma S. Al Na’imi, BSc*, University of Central
Lancashire, United Kingdom, Um Ghafa, Abu Dhabi, Al
Ain, Box 16584, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
Bruce E. Anderson, PhD, Forensic Science Center, 2825
East District Street, Tucson, AZ 85714; Tamela R. Smith,
BA*, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ 85281; Walter H.
Birkby, PhD, Forensic Science Center, 2825 East District
Street, Tucson, AZ 85714; Todd W. Fenton, PhD, Michigan
State University, 354 Baker Hall, Department of
Anthropology, East Lansing, MI 48824; Carolyn V. Hurst,
BA, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI 48823;
and Claire C. Gordon, PhD, U.S. Army Natick RD&E
Center, Kansas Street, Natick, MA 01760-5020
Cris E. Hughes, MA*, and Chelsey Juarez, MA, Department
of Anthropology, University of California – Santa Cruz,
Social Science 1, 1156 High Street Room 435, Santa Cruz,
CA 95064; and Lauren Zephro, MA, Santa Cruz Sheriff’s
Office, 701 Ocean Street, Room 340, Santa Cruz, CA 95060
Cris E. Hughes, MA*, and Chelsey Juarez, MA, Department
of Anthropology, University of California – Santa Cruz,
Social Science 1, 1156 High Street Room 435, Santa Cruz,
CA 95064
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A New Metric Procedure for the
Estimation of Sex and Ancestry From the
Human Innominate
Secular Trends in Cranial Morphological
Sexing
Determination of Sex Using Metric Data of
Greater Sciatic Notch in Koreans
Sexual Dimorphism of Joint Surface Area
through 3-D Digital Data Modeling
Sex-Determination of Koreans Using
Metric Analysis of Vertebrae
Tarsal Measurements to Estimate Sex for
Use in a Forensic Setting
An Evaluation of Facial Features Used for
Facial Recognition Applied to Cases of
Missing Persons
Alexandra R. Klales, BA*, Jennifer M. Vollner, BS*, and
Stephen D. Ousley, PhD, Mercyhurst College, Department
of Anthropology & Applied Forensic Science Program, 501
East 38th Street, Erie, PA 16546
Kanya Godde, MA*, and Angela M. Dautartas, BS,
University of Tennessee, 250 South Stadium Hall,
Knoxville, TN 37996
U-Young Lee, MD*, Department of Anatomy, College of
Medicine, The Catholic University of Korea, 505, Banpodong, Socho-gu, Seoul, 137701, KOREA; In-Hyuk Chung,
PhD, Department of Anatomy, Yonsei University College of
Medicine, 134 Sinchon-dong, Seodaemoon-gu, Seoul,
120752, KOREA; Dae-Kyoon Park, PhD, Department of
Anatomy, College of Medicine, Soonchunhyang University,
366-1 Sangyong-dong, Cheonan-si, Seoul, 330946,
KOREA; Yi-Suk Kim, PhD, Department of Anatomy,
Gachon University of Medicine & Science, 1198 Kuwoldong, Namdong-gu, Incheon, 405760, KOREA; Sang-Seob
Lee, MSD, National Institute of Scientific Investigation,
Shinwol-7-dong, Yancheon-gu, Seoul, 158707, KOREA;
Yong-Woo Ahn, PhD, Institute of Forensic Medicine,
School of Medicine, Pusan National University, 1- 10, Amidong, Seo-gu, Busan, 602739, KOREA; Deog-Im Kim, PhD,
Department of Anatomy, Kwandong University College of
Medicine, 522, Naegok-dong, Gangneug, 201701, KOREA;
and Je-Hoon Lee, MSc, and Seung-Ho Han, PhD, The
Catholic University of Korea, Department of Anatomy,
College of Medicine, 505, Banpo-dong, Seocho-gu, Seoul,
137701, KOREA
Denise To, MA*, JPAC-CIL, 310 Worchester Avenue,
Building 45, Hickam AFB, HI 96853
Dae-Kyoon Park, PhD*, Department of Anatomy, College
of Medicine, Soonchunhyang University, Department of
Anatomy; U-Young Lee, MD, Department of Anatomy,
College of Medicine, The Catholic University of Korea,
505, Banpo-dong, Socho-gu, Seoul, 137701, KOREA; YiSuk Kim, PhD, Department of Anatomy, Gachon University
of Medicine & Science, 1198 Kuwol-dong, Namdong-gu,
Incheon, 405760, KOREA; Deog-Im Kim, PhD, Department
of Anatomy, Kwandong University College of Medicine,
522, Naegok-dong, Gangneug, 201701, KOREA; Seung-Ho
Han, PhD, Department of Anatomy, College of Medicine,
The Catholic University of Korea, 505, Banpo-dong,
Seocho-gu, Seoul, 137701, KOREA; and In-Hyuk Chung,
PhD, Department of Anatomy, Yonsei University College of
Medicine, 134 Sinchon-dong, Seodaemoon-gu, Seoul,
120752, KOREA
Vanessa L. Aziz, BA*, 11735 Bergamo Court, Las Vegas,
NV 89183
Samantha M. Seasons, BA*, and Erin H. Kimmerle, PhD,
University of South Florida, Department of Anthropology,
4202 East Fowler Avenue, Soc 107, Tampa, FL 33820
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The Reliability of Visually Comparing
Small Frontal Sinuses
Three-Dimensional Computer Modeling
and Anthropological Assessment of the
National Library of Medicine’s Visible
Human Male
The Reproducibility of Results From Facial
Approximation Accuracy Tests That Use
Face-Arrays
Cranial Fracture Patterns in Pediatric
“Crushing” Injuries and Preliminary
Biomechanical Modeling Using a Simple
Finite Element Model
Shark-Inflicted Trauma on Human
Skeletal Remains
Patterns of Blunt Force Trauma Induced
by Motorboat and Ferry Propellers as
Illustrated by Three Known Cases From
Rhode Island
Cervical Vertebrae Entrapment in the
Noose as Evidence of Cause of Death by
Hanging in Skeletal Cases: Three
Remarkable Finds
Diagnosing Peri-Mortem Blunt Force
Trauma in Burnt Remains
Victoria A. Smith, MA*, Oak Ridge Associated Universities,
Federal Bureau of Investigation Laboratory TEU, 2501
Investigation Parkway, Quantico, VA 22135; Angi M.
Christensen, PhD, Federal Bureau of Investigation
Laboratory, 2501 Investigation Parkway, Quantico, VA
22135; and Sarah W. Myers, Emory University, 201
Dowman Drive, Atlanta, GA 30322
Summer J. Decker, MA*, Jonathan M. Ford, BA*, and Don
R. Hilbelink, PhD, Department of Pathology and Cell
Biology, University of South Florida College of Medicine,
12901 Bruce B. Downs Boulevard, MDC 11, Tampa, FL
33612; and Eric J. Hoegstrom, MSBE, Department of
Chemical Engineering, University of South Florida College
of Engineering, Tampa, FL 33612
Carl N. Stephan, PhD*, Joint POW/MIA Accounting
Command Central Identification Laboratory, 310
Worchester Avenue, Hickam AFB, HI 96853-5530; Jody
Cicolini, BSc, The University of Queensland, Brisbane,
4072 AUSTRALIA
Marcus B. Nashelsky, MD*, Department of Pathology 5244 RCP, University of Iowa Hospitals & Clinics, 200
Hawkins Drive, Iowa City, IA 52242; Todd W. Fenton,
PhD, Michigan State University, 354 Baker Hall,
Department of Anthropology, East Lansing, MI 48824;
Nicholas V. Passalacqua, MS, 3518 Hagadorn Road,
Okemos, MI 48864; Carolyn V. Hurst, BA, 3303 Wharton
Street, East Lansing, MI 48823; and Timothy G. Baumer,
BS, and Roger C. Haut, PhD, Orthopaedic Biomechanics
Laboratories, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI
48824
Maria T. Allaire, MA*, Louisiana State University FACES
Laboratory, Louisiana State University, 227 Howe-Russell
Building, Baton Rouge, LA 70803; and Mary H. Manhein,
MA, Department of Geography & Anthropology, Louisiana
State University, Baton Rouge, LA 70803
Dominique S. Semeraro, MS*, Office of State Medical
Examiners, 48 Orms Street, Providence, RI 02904;
Nicholas V. Passalacqua, MS, Department of Anthropology,
Michigan State University, 354 Baker Hall, East Lansing,
MI 48824; Steven A. Symes, PhD, Mercyhurst
Archaeological Institute, Mercyhurst College, 501 East
38th, Erie, PA 16546-0001; and Thomas P. Gilson, MD,
Office of State Medical Examiners, 48 Orms Street,
Providence, RI 02904
Jennifer A. Ledford, BS*, Barrett Gobelet, BS*, and Hugh
E. Berryman, PhD, Department Sociology & Anthropology,
Middle Tennessee State University, Box 89, Murfreesboro,
TN 37132
Aimee E. Huard, MA*, Binghamton University, Jeremy J.
Wilson, MA, and Dawnie W. Steadman, PhD, Department
of Anthropology, Binghamton University, PO Box 6000,
Binghamton, NY 13902-6000
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A Forensic Pathology Tool to Predict
Pediatric Skull Fracture Patterns - Part 1:
Investigations on Infant Cranial Bone
Fracture Initiation and Interface
Dependent Fracture Patterns
And a Little Child Shall Lead Them....
Callus Treatment: Collaboration Between
Forensic Anthropology and Forensic
Pathology to Improve the Recognition and
Elucidation of Skeletal Fractures in Infants
and Children
Eaten or Attacked By His Own Dogs?
From the Crime Scene to a
Multidisciplinary Approach
Solving Medical Examiner Cold Cases:
Modern Resources in the Reanalysis of
Human Skeletal Remains
What Lies Beneath: Re-Examining a Cold
Case Homicide From a Forensic
Anthropological Perspective - A Case
Report
Todd W. Fenton, PhD*, Michigan State University, 354
Baker Hall, Department of Anthropology, East Lansing, MI
48824; Nicholas V. Passalacqua, MS, 3518 Hagadorn
Road, Okemos, MI 48864; and Timothy G. Baumer, BS,
Brian J. Powell, BS, and Roger C. Haut, PhD, Orthopaedic
Biomechanics Laboratories, Michigan State University,
East Lansing, MI 48824
Julie M. Saul, BA*, Forensic Anthropology Lab, Lucas
County Coroner’s Office, 2595 Arlington Avenue, Toledo,
OH 43614-2674; Frank P. Saul, PhD, U.S. HHS DMORT 5,
2595 Arlington Avenue, Toledo, OH 43614- 2674; and
Allan J. Warnick, DDS, Wayne & Oakland Counties
Medical Examiner’s Office, 31632 Schoolcraft Road,
Livonia, MI 48150
Julie M. Fleischman, BA*, Laura C. Fulginiti, PhD, and
Jeffrey S. Johnston, MD, Maricopa County Office of the
Medical Examiner, 701 West Jefferson, Phoenix, AZ 85007
167
João Pinheiro, MD, MSc*, Instituto Nacional de Medicina
Legal, Instit Nacional Medicina Legal, Delegação do
Centro, Largo da Sé Nova, Coimbra, 3000, PORTUGAL;
Eugenia Cunha, PhD, Departamento De Antropologia,
Universidade de Coimbra, Coimbra, 3000-056,
PORTUGAL; Hugo Pissarra, DVM, Faculdade de
Medicina Veterinária da Univsersidade Técnica da Lisboa,
Av. da Univsersidade Técnica da Lisboa, Lisbon, AL,
PORTUGAL; and Francisco Corte Real, PhD, Insituto
Nacional de Medicina Legal, Largo da Sé Nova, 3000,
Coimbra, AL, PORTUGAL
Christen E. Herrick, BS*, and Heather A. Walsh-Haney,
PhD, Florida Gulf Coast University, Division of Justice
Studies, 10501 FGCU Boulevard AB3, Fort Myers, FL
33965-6565; Margarita Arruza, MD, Medical Examiner’s
Office, 2100 Jefferson Street, Jacksonville, FL 32206;
Marta U. Coburn, MD, District 20 Medical Examiner, 3838
Domestic Avenue, Naples, FL 34104; E.H. Scheuerman,
MD, 1856 Colonial Drive, Green Cove Springs, FL 32043;
Jennifer L. Anderson, BS, BA, 4632 Deleon Street, #129,
Fort Myers, FL 33907; Jeffrey J. Brokaw, BA, 2100
Jefferson Street, Jacksonville, FL 32206; Brian Womble,
BS, 3838 Domestic Avenue, Naples, FL 34104; Katy L.
Shepherd, BS, Florida Gulf Coast University, Division of
Justice Studies, 10501 FGCU Boulevard, South, Fort
Myers, FL 33965; Laura E. Gibson, BS, 2040 Larchmont
Way, Clearwater, FL 33764; and Minas Iliopoulos, BS,
10501 FGCU Boulevard, South, Division of Justice Studies,
AB3, Fort Myers, FL 33965
Joan A. Bytheway, PhD*, Sam Houston State University,
1003 Bowers Boulevard, Huntsville, TX 77340; Kathryn E.
Moss, BS*, 4800 Calhoun Street, Houston, TX 77004; and
Stephen M. Pustilnik, MD*, Galveston County Medical
Examiner’s Office, 6607 Highway 1764, Texas City, TX
77591
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Age-Related Change in Adult Orbital
Shape
Craniofacial Growth, Maturation, and
Change: Teens to Mid-Adulthood
Estimating Advanced Adult Age-at-Death
in the Pelvis: A Comparison of Techniques
on Known-Age Samples From Iberia
The Sacral Auricular Surface: A New
Approach to Aging the Human Skeleton
Cranial Suture Closure as a Reflection of
Somatic Dysfunction: Lessons From
Osteopathic Medicine Applied to Physical
Anthropology
A Multidisciplinary Test of the Lamendin
Age Estimation Method
Full Time Employment of Forensic
Anthropologists in Medical
Examiner’s/Coroner’s Offices in the
United States—A History
Death Investigation for Anthropologists:
Examining an Alternative Role for
Forensic Anthropologists in Medical
Examiner’s and Coroner’s Offices
Identification of Multiple Cranial Traumas
in a Recently Closed Homicide
Investigation
Anthropologist/Medical Examiner
Collaboration at Isolated, Inaccessible, or
Disrupted Crime Scenes
Shanna E. Williams, PhD*, University of Florida,
Department of Anatomy, PO Box 100235, Gainesville, FL
32610-0235; Dennis E. Slice, PhD, Department of Scientific
Computing, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL
32306; and Anthony B. Falsetti, PhD, CA Pound Human Id
Lab, C/O Cancer/Genetics Research, PO Box 103615,
Gainesville, FL 32610
Ann H. Ross, PhD*, North Carolina State University,
Sociology and Anthropology, Campus Box 8107, Raleigh,
NC 27695-8107; and Shanna E. Williams, PhD, University
of Florida, Department of Anatomy, PO Box 100235,
Gainesville, FL 32610-0235
Allysha P. Winburn, MA*, Joint POW/MIA Accounting
Command, Central Identification Laboratory, 310
Worchester Avenue, Building 45, Hickam Airforce Base, HI
96853; and Carme Rissech, PhD, Universitat de Barcelona,
Avd. Diagonal, 645; 08028, Barcelona, SPAIN
Alicja K. Kutyla, MS*, University of Tennessee, Knoxville,
Department of Anthropology, 250 South Stadium Hall,
Knoxville, TN 37996; and Hugh E. Berryman, PhD,
Department Sociology & Anthropology, Middle Tennessee
State University, Box 89, Murfreesboro, TN 37132
Anne M. Kroman, PhD*, and Gregory A. Thomspon, DO,
Lincoln Memorial University, De-Busk College of
Osteopathic Medicine, 6965 Cumberland Gap Parkway,
Harrogate, TN 37752
Ann W. Bunch, PhD*, 164 Albert Brown Building,
Department of Criminal Justice, SUNY Brockport,
Brockport, NY 14420; Mary I. Jumbelic, MD, Onondaga
County Medical Examiners Office, 100 Elizabeth Blackwell
Street, Syracuse, NY 13210; Robert D. Willis, DDS, 7282
Oswego Road, Liverpool, NY 13090; Ronald Brunelli,
Onondaga County Medical Examiner’s Office, 100
Elizabeth Blackwell Street, Syracuse, NY 13210; and
Jennifer J. VanWie-Dobson, BA, 403 Robinson Road,
Durham, NC 27705
Hugh E. Berryman, PhD*, Department Sociology &
Anthropology, Middle Tennessee State University, Box 89,
Murfreesboro, TN 37132
171
Gina O. Hart, MA*, Regional Medical Examiner’s Office,
325 Norfolk Street, Newark, NJ 07103-2701
175
Thomas A. Furgeson, MA*, University of Wyoming, 1002
South 3rd Street, Laramie, WY 82070; George W. Gill,
PhD, University of Wyoming, Department of Anthropology,
Laramie, WY 82071; and Rick L. Weathermon, MA,
Department of Anthropology, University of Wyoming, 10
East University Avenue, Department 3431, Anthropology,
Laramie, WY 82071
Emily A. Craig, PhD*, Medical Examiner’s Office, 100
Sower Boulevard, Suite 202, Frankfort, KY 40601
176
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The Role of Forensic Anthropology in
Disaster Operations
The Forensic Anthropologist, the National
Crime Information Center (N.C.I.C.), and
National Missing and Unidentified
Persons\System (NamUs) Databases
The Role of the Harris County Medical
Examiner’s Office Forensic Anthropology
Division in Scientific Identification
Forensic Anthropology at the Pima County
(Arizona) Office of the Medical Examiner:
The Identification of Foreign Nationals
Forensic Pathology and Anthropology: A
Collaborative Effort
Maintaining Custody: A Virtual Method of
Creating Accurate Reproductions of
Skeletal Remains for Facial Approximation
The Role of Adult Age-Related
Craniofacial Changes and the MORPH
Database in Computer Automated Face
Recognition Research and Development
Skull/ Photo Superimposition Validation
Study
The Importance of Morphological Traits in
Facial Identification
Christian Crowder, PhD*, Benjamin J. Figura, MA,
Bradley J. Adams, PhD, and Frank DePaolo, MS, New York
City, Office of Chief Medical Examiner, 520 First Avenue,
New York, NY 10016
Donna A. Fontana, MS*, New Jersey State Police, Office of
Forensic Sciences, Forensic Anthropology Laboratory,
1200 Negron Drive, Hamilton, NJ 08691
177
Jason M. Wiersema, PhD*, Harris County Medical
Examiner, Anthropology Division, Houston, TX 77054; and
Jennifer C. Love, PhD, Sharon M. Derrick, PhD, and Luis
A. Sanchez, MD, Harris County, Medical Examiner’s
Office, 1885 Old Spanish Trail, Houston, TX 77054
Bruce E. Anderson, PhD*, and Walter H. Birkby, PhD,
Forensic Science Center, 2825 East District Street, Tucson,
AZ 85714
Kathryn H. Haden-Pinneri, MD*, Jennifer C. Love, PhD*,
Jason M. Wiersema, PhD, and Sharon M. Derrick, PhD,
Harris County Medical Examiner’s Office, 1885 Old
Spanish Trail, Houston, TX 77054
Summer J. Decker, MA*, Jonathan M. Ford, BA, BA, and
Don R. Hilbelink, PhD, Department of Pathology and Cell
Biology, University of South Florida College of Medicine,
12901 Bruce B. Downs Boulevard, MDC11, Tampa, FL
33612; and Eric J. Hoegstrom, MSBE, Department. of
Chemical & Biomedical Engineering, University of South
Florida College of Engineering, Tampa, FL 33612
A. Midori Albert, PhD*, University of North Carolina
Wilmington, Department of Anthropology, 601 South
College Road, Wilmington, NC 28403-5907
178
Audrey L. Meehan, BGS*, 91-1074 Anaunau Street, Ewa
Beach, HI 96706; and Robert W. Mann, PhD, Joint
POW/MIA Acct Command, Identification Laboratory, 310
Worchester Avenue, Hickam AFB, HI 96853-5000
Cristina Cattaneo, PhD, LABANOF, and Danilo De
Angelis, DDS*, Laboratorio di Antropologia e Odontologia
Forense, via Mangiagalli 37, Milan, 20133, ITALY; Peter
Gabriel, MD, Institut für Rechtsmedizin, im Uniklinikum
Schleswig-Holstein, Campus Kiel, Arnold-Heller-Str. 12, D24105, Kiel, ITALY; Stefanie Ritz-Timme, MD, Institut für
Rechtsmedizin, im Uniklinikum Schleswig-Holstein,
Campus Kiel, Arnold-Heller-Str. 12, D-24105, Kiel, ,
GERMANY; Janine Tutkuviene, MD, Department of
Anatomy, Histology and Anthropology, Faculty of
Medicine, Vilnius University, Vilnius, , LITHUANIA; and
Daniele Gibelli, MD, LABANOF, Laboratorio di
Antropologia e Odontologia Forense, V. Mangiagalli, 37,
Milan, ITALY
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179
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180
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182
Fingering a Murderer: A Successful
Anthropological and Radiological
Collaboration
Material Culture Analysis in Forensic
Cases: A Call for Formal Recognition by
Forensic Anthropologists
Training the National Disaster Victim
Identification Team
The Need for Holistic Investigations of
Human Rights Violations: An Example
From Peru
Reconciling the Discrepancy in Victim
Number Between the S-21 Prison and the
Choeung Ek Killing Fields of Cambodia
Forensic Findings on Illegal Burials in
Colombia
Evolution of Forensic Archaeology and
Anthropology in Italy: Three Criminal
Cases
Sexual Dimorphism of Index to Ring
Finger Ratio in South Indian Children
Subadult Sexual Dimorphism in Long Bone
Dimensions (The Luis Lopes Collection)
Sex Estimation From the Clavicle in
Modern Americans: Traditional Versus
Alternative Approaches
The Impact of Racial Metric Variation in
the Pelvis on the Morphological
Assessment of Sex
Bilateral Asymmetry in Historic Versus
Modern Skeletal Remains: Activity and
Identification
B.G. Brogdon, MD*, University of South Alabama Medical
Center, Department of Radiology, 2451 Fillingim Street,
Mobile, AL 36617; Marcella H. Sorg, PhD*, Margaret
Chase Smith Policy Center, University of Maine, Orono,
ME 04469; and Kerriann Marden, MA, c/o 23 Flicker
Drive, Topsham, ME 04086
Mark Skinner, PhD, Simon Fraser University, Department
of Archeology, Burnaby, BC V5A 1S6, CANADA; and
Ariana Fernandez, MPhil, and Derek Congram, MSc*, 7061850 Comox Street, Vancouver, BC V6G 1R3, CANADA
Lucina Hackman, MSc*, Dundee University, WTB/MSI
Complex, Dow Street, Dundee, DD1 4AH, UNITED
KINGDOM
Jose P. Baraybar, MSc*, EPAF, Av. Mello Franco 341,
Jesus Maria, PERU; and Ellen Salter-Pedersen, MA,
Department of Anthropology, Indiana University, 701 East
Kirkwood, SB130, Bloomington, IN 47405
Debra Komar, PhD*, International Criminal Tribunal for
the Former Yugoslavia, Van der Heimstraat 64, The Hague,
NETHERLANDS
Claudia M. Briceno*, Departamento Administrativo de
Seguridad, Carrera 28 # 17a-00, BOGOTA, COLOMBIA
Cristina Cattaneo, PhD, Dominic Salsarola, BSc, Davide J.
Porta, PhD, Pasquale Poppa, BSc, and Daniele Gibelli,
MD*, Laboratorio di Antropologia e Odontologia Forense,
V. Mangiagalli, 37, Milan, ITALY; Giovanna Sansoni, BE,
Laboratorio di Optoelettronica, Via Branze 38, 25123
Brescia – Italy, Brescia, ITALY; and Enrico Silingardi,
Laboratorio di Antropologia e Odontologia Forense, V.
Mangiagalli, 37, Milan, ITALY
Tanuj Kanchan, MD*, Kasturba Medical College,
Department of Forensic Medicine, Light House Hill Road,
Mangalore, 575 001, INDIA
Miriam E. Soto, MA*, The University of Tennessee, 250
South Stadium Hall, 1425 South Stadium Drive, Knoxville,
Tennessee 37996
Natalie R. Shirley, MA*, University of Tennessee,
Department of Anthropology, 250 South Stadium Hall,
Knoxville, TN 37996; Brandon C. Merkl, MS, University of
Tennessee, Department of Mechanical, Aerospace, and
Biomedica, 414 Dougherty Engineering Building,
Knoxville, TN 37996; and Richard Jantz, PhD, Department
of Anthropology, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN
37996-0720
Ginesse A. Listi, PhD*, Louisiana State University, 1723
Lombard Drive, Baton Rouge, LA 70810
183
Shannon E. May, MA*, 250 South Stadium Hall,
Department of Anthropology, University of Tennessee,
Knoxville, TN 37966
189
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185
186
186
187
187
188
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Observer Error Analysis Trends in
Forensic Anthropology
Prediction of Shoe Size From Tarsals and
Metatarsals
Radiography as a Tool for Contemporary
Anthropological Research
Can Bilateral Joint Asymmetry Be Used as
an Estimation of Handedness?
Forensic Anthropology Academic and
Employment Trends
Biology and Culture in the Modern Era:
How Cultural Evidence Can Conflict With
Forensic Significance
Analysis of Thirty-Three Years of Forensic
Anthropology Casework at California
State University, Chico (1975-2008)
Detecting Buried Metallic Weapons in a
Controlled Setting Using a Conductivity
Meter
The Effects of Ethanol Abuse on Bone
Mineral Density in the Proximal Femur
Geophysical Remote Sensing Applied to the
Forensic Search for WWII Graves in
Guadalcanal
Megan Ingvoldstad, MA, Ohio State University, Department
of Anthropology, 244 Lord Hall, 124 West 17th Avenue
Columbus, OH 43210; and Christian Crowder, PhD*,
Medical Examiner’s Office, 520 First Avenue, New York,
NY 10016
Paul D. Emanovsky, MS*, JPAC-CIL, 310 Worchester
Avenue, Hickam AFB, HI 96853
Melissa A. Pope, BA*, University of South Florida,
Anthropology Department, 4202 East Fowler Avenue,
Tampa, Florida 33613; and Liotta N. Dowdy, BA*,
University of South Florida, 3115 Palmira Street, Tampa,
Florida 33629
Kathryn R.D. Driscoll, MA*, University of Tennessee, 250
South Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN 37996
Gina M. Agostini, BS*, and Emily J. Gomez, BA, 4500
Manor Village, Apartment 316, Raleigh, NC 27612
Clarissa R. Dicke, AD*, 1325 East Orange Street, Tempe,
AZ 85281; Laura C. Fulginiti, PhD, Forensic Science
Center, 701 West Jefferson, Phoenix, AZ 85007; and Mark
A. Fischione, MD, Maricopa County Office of the Medical
Examiner, 701 West Jefferson Street, Phoenix, AZ 85003
Ashley E. Kendell, BS*, 1253 West 5th Street, Apartment
85, Chico, CA 95928; and Ashley Hutchinson, BA, James
Brill, BA, Eric J. Bartelink, PhD, Turhon A. Murad, PhD,
and P. Willey, PhD, California State University-Chico, 400
West First Street, Department of Anthropology, Butte #311,
Chico, CA 95929-0400
Charles A. Dionne, BS*, University of Central Florida,
Department of Anthropology, 4000 Central Florida
Boulevard, Orlando, FL 32816
Bridget Algee-Hewitt, MA*, University of Tennessee,
Department of Anthropology, 250 South Stadium Hall,
Knoxville, TN 37996; Rebecca J. Wilson, MA*, 3108
Rennoc Road, Knoxville, TN 37918; and Megan Katrina
Moore, PhD, University of Tennessee, University of
Tennessee, Department of Anthropology, Knoxville, TN
37996
Rhett Herman, PhD, Radford University, Department of
Chemistry and Physics, Radford University, Radford, VA
24142; Cliff Boyd, PhD, Radford University, Department of
Sociology and Anthropology, Radford University, Radford,
VA 24142; Jarrod Burks, PhD, Ohio Valley Archaeological
Consultants, 4889 Sinclair Road, Suite 210, Columbus, OH
43229; Donna C. Boyd, PhD*, Department Sociology &
Anthropology, Radford University, Radford, VA 24142; and
Doug Drumheller, MBA, Greatest Generation MIA
Recoveries, 2187 Ben Franklin Drive, Pittsburg, PA 15327
Index 37
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195
196
Necessary Breaks With Conservator
Standards: Cranial Reconstruction in
Forensic Cases
Anthropology for Breakfast: A SemiCautionary Tale
Unusual Skeletal Variations Observed in
an Adult Aboriginal Male: Case Study
from Brisbane, Australia
Estimation of Age at Death From the
Juvenile Scapula
Forensic Age Estimation of Living
Individuals: A Retrospective Case Analysis
Sealed For Your Protection II: The Effects
of Corrosive Substances on Human Bone
and Tissue
Aquatic Taphonomy in a Lacustrine
Environment: A Case Study From
Southeastern Tennessee
Recovery of Human Remains From
Vehicles Submerged in Fresh Water
Decomposition Variables: A Comparison
of Skeletal Remains Recovered After LongTerm Submersion in Florida Aquatic
Environments
Laura E. Gibson, BS*, 2040 Larchmont Way, Clearwater,
FL 33764; Heather A. Walsh-Haney, and Christen E.
Herrick, BS, Florida Gulf Coast University, Division of
Justice Studies, 10501 FGCU Boulevard South, AB3, Fort
Myers, FL 33965-6565; Katy L. Shepherd, BS, Florida Gulf
Coast University, Division of Justice Studies, 10501 FGCU
Boulevard, South, Fort Myers, FL 33965; Gertrude M.
Juste, MD, District 15 Office of the Medical Examiner,
3126 Gun Club Road, West Palm Beach, FL 33406; and
Margarita Arruza, MD, Medical Examiner’s Office, 2100
Jefferson Street, Jacksonville, FL 32206
John A. Williams, PhD*, Anthropology & Sociology,
Western Carolina University, 101 McKee Hall, Cullowhee,
NC 28723
Donna M. MacGregor, MSc*, Queensland Police Service,
Scientific Section, 200 Roma Street, Brisbane, 4001,
AUSTRALIA
Natalie Uhl, MS*, 308 North Orchard Avenue, Apartment
7, Urbana, IL 68101
Antonio De Donno, PhD*, and Valeria Santoro, PhD,
Section of Legal Medicine - DiMIMP, P.zza Giulio Cesare
n.11, Bari, 70124, ITALY; Carlo P. Campobasso, PhD,
University of Molise, via De Sanctis, snc, Campobasso,
86100, ITALY; Nunzio Di Nunno, PhD, via Guido Dorso 9,
Bari, 70125, ITALY; and Francesco Introna, PhD, Section
of Legal Medicine - DiMIMP, P.zza Giulio Cesare n.11,
Bari, 70124, ITALY
Laura C. Fulginiti, PhD*, Forensic Science Center, 701
West Jefferson, Phoenix, AZ 85007; Frank Di Modica,
Phoenix Police Department, 620 West Washington Street,
Phoenix, AZ 85003; Kristen Hartnett, PhD, Office of Chief
Medical Examiner, Forensic Anthropology, 520 1st Avenue,
New York, NY 10016; and Diane Karluk, MD, Maricopa
County Office of the Medical Examiner, 701 West Jefferson,
Phoenix, AZ 85007
Jonathan D. Bethard, MA*, The University of Tennessee,
Department of Anthropology, 250 South Stadium Hall,
Knoxville, Tennessee 37996; and Murray K. Marks, PhD*,
University of Tennessee, Graduate School of Medicine,
1924 Alcoa Highway, Knoxville, TN 37920-6999
Stephen P. Nawrocki, PhD*, and Anthony J. Koehl, BS*,
University of Indianapolis, Archeology & Forensics
Laboratory, 1400 East Hanna Avenue, Indianapolis, IN
46227
Katy L. Shepherd, BS*, and Heather A. Walsh-Haney, PhD,
Florida Gulf Coast University, Division of Justice Studies,
10501 FGCU Boulevard AB3, Fort Myers, FL 33965-6565;
Valerie J. Rao, MD, District 4 Medical Examiner’s Office,
2100 Jefferson Street, Jacksonville, FL 32206; Khalil S.
Wardak, MD, 5301 SW 31st Avenue, Fort Lauderdale, FL
33312; Predrag Bulic, MD, District 7 Office of the Medical
Examiner, 1360 Indian Lake Road, Daytona Beach, FL
32124; and Christena Roberts, MD, Office of the Chief
Medical Examiner of Virginia, Western District, 6600
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198
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200
200
201
Taphonomic Degradation to Bone Through
Scavenging by Marine Mollusks of the
Class Polyplacophora
Skeletal Remains in a Fluvial
Environment: Microscopic Evidence of
Glycoproteinous Adhesive of Balanus
Improvisus on the Occlusal Surface of
Mandibular Teeth
Cremated Tooth Morphology: A User’s
Guide to Identification
Going Green: Environmentally Sound
Practices in Human Decomposition
Research and Laboratory Settings
A Study of the Human Decomposition
Sequence in Central Texas
Forensic Osteology Research Station
(FOREST): The First Donation
Taphonomic Signatures of Animal
Scavengers in Northern California
Raccoon (Protocyon lotor) Soft Tissue
Modfication of Human Remains
Estimating Ancestry Through Nonmetric
Traits of the Skull: A Test of Education
and Experience
A Statistical Assessment of Cranial and
Mandibular Morphoscopic Traits Used in
the Determination of Ancestry
Morphological Variations of the Cervical
Spine as Racial Indicators: A Validation
and Observer Error Study Using the Terry
Collection
Hispanic Affiliation: Definitions,
Assumptions, and Biological Reality
Northside High School Road, Roanoke, VA 24019
Audrey L. Scott, MA*, Simon Fraser University,
Department of Archaeology, Simon Fraser University,
Burnaby, British Columbia V5A 1S6, CANADA
Amanda Johnson, MPA*, Sam Houston State University,
PO Box 2296, Huntsville, TX 77340; Joan A. Bytheway,
PhD*, 23936 Northcrest Trail, New Caney, TX 77357; and
Stephen M. Pustilnik, MD, Galveston County Medical
Examiner’s Office, 6607 Highway 1764, Texas City, TX
77591
Elizabeth M. Danner, BA*, School of Forensic and
Investigative Sciences, University of Central Lancashire,
Preston, PR1 2HE, UNITED KINGDOM
Michelle D. Hamilton, PhD*, and Jerry Melbye, PhD,
Texas State University-San Marcos, Department of
Anthropology, 601 University Drive, ELA 273, San Marcos,
TX 78666-4616
Connie L. Parks, BA*, 8802 Featherhill Road, Austin, TX
78737; Elizabeth T. Brandt, BA, 232 Evans Liberal Arts,
Anthropology Department 601 University Drive, San
Marcos, TX 78666; Michelle D. Hamilton, PhD, Texas
State University-San Marcos, Department of Anthropology,
601 University Drive, Austin, TX 78666; Jennifer Pechal,
MS, TAMU 2475, Texas A&M University, College Station,
TX 77843- 2475; and Jeffery K. Tomberlin, PhD,
Department of Entomology, TAMU 2475, College Station,
TX 77843-2475
Cheryl A. Johnston, PhD*, Western Carolina University,
Department of Anthropology & Sociology, 101 McKee
Building, Cullowhee, NC 28723
Eric J. Bartelink, PhD*, and Lisa N. Bright, BS, California
State University-Chico, 400 West First Street, Department
of Anthropology, Butte #311, Chico, CA 95929-0400
Jennifer A. Synstelien, MA*, The University of Tennessee,
The University of Tennessee, Department of Anthropology,
250 South Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN 37996-0720
Amber D. Wheat, BS*, 232 Evan Liberal Arts, 601
University Drive, San Marcos, TX 78666
Nicolette M. Parr, MS*, University of Florida, CA Pound
Human Identification Laboratory, 1305 NE 6th Terrace,
Gainesville, FL 32601; and Joseph T. Hefner, PhD,
Statistical Research, Inc., 6099 East Speedway Boulevard,
Tucson, AZ 85712
Joan E. Baker, PhD*, Joint POW/MIA Accounting
Command Central Identification, 310 Worchester Avenue,
Building 45, Hickam AFB, HI 96853; and Paul S. Sledzik,
MS, National Transportation Safety Board, Office of
Transportation Disaster Assistance, 490 L’Enfant Plaza,
SW, Washington, DC 20594
Kate Spradley, PhD*, Department of Anthropology, Texas
State University - San Marcos, 601 University Drive, San
Marcos, TX 78666; and Bruce E. Anderson, PhD, Forensic
Science Center, 2825 East District Street, Tucson, AZ
85714
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202
203
203
204
205
205
206
206
207
207
208
Morphoscopic Traits: Mixed Ancestry,
Hispanics, and Biological Variation
Shifting Morphological Structure:
Comparing Craniometric Morphology in
Founding and Descendant Populations
Non-Metric Trait Expressions Most
Prevalent in Undocumented Border
Crossers of Southwest Hispanic Descent
From the Pima County Office of the
Medical Examiner
Skeletal Fracture Patterns in Documented
Cases of Torture, Assault, Abuse, and
Accidents
Assessing Directionality of Low Velocity
Gunshot Wounds to the Vertebrae: A
Preliminary Study
A Radiographic Assessment of Pediatric
Fracture Healing and Time Since Injury
Supra-Inion Depressions in a Pediatric
Medical Examiner Sample: Support for a
Synergy of Developmental and
Biomechanical Etiologies
The Recovery of Human Remains From a
Fatal Fire Setting Using Archeological
Methodology
From Scene to Seen: Post-Fire Taphonomic
Changes Between the In Situ Context and
the Medicolegal Examination of Burned
Bodies
Human Cremains From a Controlled Car
Fire
The Burning Question: A Case Analysis of
Peri-Mortem Trauma vs. Post Fire
Damage
Joseph T. Hefner, PhD*, Statistical Research, Inc., 6099
East Speedway Boulevard, Tucson, AZ 85712
Shanna E. Williams, PhD*, University of Florida,
Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology, PO Box 100235,
Gainesville, FL 32610- 0235; and Ann H. Ross, PhD, North
Carolina State University, Sociology and Anthropology,
Campus Box 8107, Raleigh, NC 27695-8107
Carolyn V. Hurst, BA*, 354 Baker Hall, East Lansing, MI
48824
208
Erin H. Kimmerle, PhD*, University of South Florida,
Department of Anthropology, 4202 East Fowler, Soc 107,
Tampa, FL 33820; Matthias I. Okoye, MD, JD, The
Nebraska Institute of Forensic Sciences, 5925 Adams
Street, Lincoln, NE 68507; John O. Obafunwa, LLB, 5540
South 72nd Street, Lincoln, NE 68516; Thomas L. Bennett,
MD, Yellowstone Pathology Institute, 2900 12th Avenue,
North, Suite 260W, Billings, MT 59101; and Paul F.
Mellen, MD, East Central Indiana Pathologists, PC & PA
Labs, LLC2401 West University Avenue, Muncie, IN 47303
Julie A. Henderson, BA*, PO Box 125, 130 4th Street,
Morton, WA 98356
210
Christina A. Malone, BHS, BA*, Michigan State University,
Forensic Anthropology Lab, A-439 East Fee Hall, East
Lansing, MI 48824
Sharon M. Derrick, PhD*, Harris County Medical
Examiner’s Office, 1885 Old Spanish Trail, Houston, TX
77054
211
Gregory O. Olson, MSc*, Office of the Fire Marshal, 2284
Nursery Road, Midhurst, Ontario L0L 1X0, CANADA
212
Elayne J. Pope, PhD*, University of West Florida,
Anthropology Department, 11000 University Parkway,
Building 13, Pensacola, FL 72701
213
Peer H. Moore-Jansen, PhD, Department of Anthropology,
Wichita State University, 114 Neff Hall, Wichita, KS 672600052; Elayne J. Pope, PhD, University of West Florida,
Anthropology Department, 11000 University Parkway,
Building 13, Pensacola, FL 72701; and Laura B. Bennett,
BS*, 1013 Wisteria Drive, Derby, KS 67037
Alison Galloway, PhD, University of California, Social
Science One FS, Santa Cruz, CA 95064; Elayne J. Pope,
PhD, University of West Florida, Anthropology Building
13, 11000 University Parkway, Pensacola, FL 32514; and
Chelsey Juarez, MA*, Dept of Anthropology, UCSC Social
Science 1, 1156 High Street, Santa Cruz, CA 95064
214
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209
210
211
212
215
A Small Plane Crash With (Unforeseen)
Large Legal Consequences
An Assessment of Biological Ancestry in an
Unmarked Cemetery From Nevada: An
Integrated Approach
Separately Discovered Skeletal Remains
and the Path to Reassociation: A Case
Review
Surgical Sutures as a Means of Identifying
Human Remains
Fractured Frontier: An Analysis of
Fracture Patterns in a Historic Nevada
Cemetery
Homicide by Lapidation in Neolitic Age:
Results of Two Cases
2008
Julie M. Saul, BA*, Frank P. Saul, PhD, and James R.
Patrick, MD, Lucas County Coroner’s Office, 2595
Arlington Avenue, Toledo, OH 43614-2673
Kyle McCormick, BA*, Kate E. Kolpan, BA, Karen Smith
Gardner, BA, Eric J. Bartelink, PhD, Beth Shook, PhD, and
Turhon A. Murad, PhD, California State University,
Department of Anthropology, 400 West First Street, Butte
#311, Chico, CA 95929-0400
Audrey Scott, MA*, Simon Fraser University, Department
of Archaeology, 8888 University Dr., Burnaby, British
Columbia V5A 1S6, CANADA; David Sweet, DMD, PhD,
Bureau of Legal Dentistry Lab, University of British
Columbia, 6190 Agronomy Road, Suite 202, Vancouver, BC
V6T 1Z3, CANADA; Derek Congram, MSc, Simon Fraser
University, Department of Archaeology, 8888 University
Drive, Vancouver, BC V5A 1S6, CANADA; and Stephen
Fonseca, Office of the Chief Coroner, Identification and
Disaster Response Unit, 2035-4720 Kingsway, Burnaby,
BC V5H 4N2, CANADA
Katy L. Shepherd, BS*, 10101 Villagio Palms Way, Unit
201, Estero, FL 33928; Heather A. Walsh-Haney, PhD,
Florida Gulf Coast University, Division of Justice Studies,
10501 FGCU Boulevard South, AB3, Fort Myers, FL
33965-6565; and Marta U. Coburn, MD, District 20
Medical Examiner, 3838 Domestic Avenue, Naples, FL
34104
Carrie A. Brown, BA*, Nikki A. Willits, BA, Brenna K.
Blanchard, BA, and Kristin L. Chelotti, BA, California State
University, Department of Anthropology, 400 West First
Street, Butte Hall 311, Chico, CA 95929
Antonio De Donno, PhD*, Section of Legal Medicine DiMIMP - University of Bari, P.zza Giulio Cesare n.11,
Bari, 70124, ITALY; Simona Corrado, MD, Sezione di
Medicina Legale, Bari, 70100, ITALY; Valeria Santoro,
PhD, Domenico Urso, MD, Piercarlo Lozito, DDS, and
Francesco Introna, MD, Section of Legal Medicine,
Department of Internal and Public Medicine (DiMIMP),
University of Bari, P.zza Giulio Cesare n.11, Bari, 70124,
ITALY; Aldo Di Fazio, MD, Section of legal medicine Matera Hospital, via Montescaglioso n.5, Matera, 75100,
ITALY; and Rocco Maglietta, MD, Section of Legal
Medicine - San Carlo Hospital Potenza, via P.Petroni n.6,
Potenza, 85100, ITALY
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216
217
218
218
219
Identification by the Numbers: A Case
Study in Skeletal Trauma Examination and
Surgical Implant Tracking
Practical Consideration of the Daubert
Guidelines on Methods of Identification in
the Medical Examiner Setting
Archival Matters: The William R. Maples
Collection at Florida Gulf Coast University
A Summary of Trauma Specimens at the
Armed Forces Institute of Pathology,
National Museum of Health and Medicine
Taphonomy and Dentition: Understanding
Postmortem Crack Propagation in Teeth
Quantitative and Spatial Comparison of
the Microscopic Bone Structures Of Deer
(Odocoileus virginianus), Dog (Canis
familiaris), and Pig (Sus scrofa domesticus)
Controlled Research Utilizing Geophysical
Technologies in the Search for Buried
Firearms and Miscellaneous Weapons
Accuracy Testing of Computerized Facial
Approximations by Comparison With
Antemortem Photographs
Dual Energy X-ray Absorptiometry
(DEXA) Scans for Skeletal Remains
Identification of Anorexia Nervosa
Placement of the Human Eyeball and
Canthi in Craniofacial Identification
Gwendolyn M. Haugen, MA*, St. Louis County Medical
Examiner’s Office, 6039 Helen Avenue, St. Louis, MO
63134; Kathleen Diebold, MA*, St. Charles, Jefferson &
Franklin, Medical Examiner’s Office, 3556 Caroline Street,
Room C305, St. Louis, MO 63104; Mary E.S. Case, MD,
Chief Medical Examiner of St. Louis, St. Charles, Jefferson,
and Franklin Counties in Missouri, 6039 Helen Avenue, St.
Louis, MO 63134; St. Louis County Medical Examiner’s
Office, 6039 Helen Avenue, St. Louis, MO 63134; and
Charles W. Subke, Franklin County Sheriff’s Office, #1
Bruns Drive, Union, MO 63084
Jason M. Wiersema, PhD*, Harris County Medical
Examiner, Anthropology Division, Houston, TX 77054;
Jennifer C. Love, PhD, and Luis A. Sanchez, MD, Harris
County, Medical Examiner’s Office, 1885 Old Spanish
Trail, Houston, TX 77054
Kevin A. Waters, BS*, Laura Gibson, BS, and Heather A.
Walsh- Haney, PhD, Florida Gulf Coast University,
Division of Justice Studies, 10501 FGCU Boulevard South,
AB3, Fort Myers, FL 33965-6565
Brian F. Spatola, MA*, and Franklin E. Damann, MA*,
Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, National Museum of
Health and Medicine, 6825 16th St. NW, Building 54,
Washington, DC 20306-6000
Cris E. Hughes, MA*, University of California at Santa
Cruz, 5405 Prospect Road, #7, San Jose, CA 95129; and
Crystal A. White*, University of California at Santa Cruz,
Crown College, 400 McLaughlin Drive, Santa Cruz, CA
95064
Zoe Hensley Morris, HBSc, MA*, University Of Western
Ontario, Department Of Anthropology, Social Sciences
Centre, London, Ontario N6A 5C2, CANADA; Mary H.
Manhein, MA, Department Of Geography & Anthropology,
Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA 70803; and
Ginesse A. Listi, MA, 1723 Lombard Drive, Baton Rouge,
LA 70810
Mary M. Rezos, BA*, 12644 Victoria Place Circle,
Apartment 7216, Orlando, FL 32828; John J. Schultz, PhD,
University of Central Florida, Department of Anthropology,
4000 Central Florida Boulevard, Orlando, FL 32816; and
Ronald A. Murdock, MFS, and Stephen A. Smith, BS,
Orange County Sheriff’s Office, 2500 W Colonial Drive,
Orlando, FL 32804
Diana K. Moyers, MA*, and Philip N. Williams, BS,
Federal Bureau of Investigation Laboratory,
Counterterrorism and Forensic Science Research Unit,
Building 12, Quantico, VA 22135
Bianca Vigil, MFS*, Ismail Sebetan, MD, PhD, and Paul
Stein, PhD, Forensic Sciences Program, National
University, 11255 North Torrey Pines Road, La Jolla, CA
92037
Carl N. Stephan, PhD*, Anne Huang, and Paavi Davidson,
School of Biomedical Sciences, University of Queensland,
Otto Hirschfeld Building, Brisbane, 4072, AUSTRALIA
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222
223
224
224
225
Analysis of the Auricular Surface on MultiSlice Computed Tomography
Reconstructions for Assessment of Aging:
A Preliminary Study
Design Perspectives for Obtaining Facial
Soft Tissue Depths From Cadavers Using a
New Approach
VICTIMS Identification Project: The
Nation’s Unidentified...Who Are They?
And What Can We Do?
Virtual Skull Anatomy: Three-Dimensional
Computer Modeling and Measurement of
Human Cranial Anatomy
What Starts as a Homicide Ends as a
Forgotten Cemetery: How Medical
Examiners, Law Enforcement, and State
Archaeologists Work Together to Protect
Archaeological Sites
Towards a Comprehensive Theory in
Forensic Anthropology
Beyond the Fire: Taphonomic Variables of
Burned Human Remains
Estimation of Bone Exposure Duration
Through the Use of Spectrophotometric
Analysis of Surface Bleaching and its
Applications in Forensic Taphonomy
The Taphonomic Effects of Agricultural
Practices on Bone
The Reliability of Cadaver Decomposition:
Can Non-Enteric Microbes Rapidly
Contribute to Cadaver Breakdown in Soil?
The Influence of Penetrative Trauma on
the Rate of Decomposition
Fabrice Dedouit, MD*, Service de Médecine Légale,
Hôpital de Rangueil, 1 avenue du Professeur Jean Poulhès,
TSA 50032, Toulouse Cedex 9, 31059, FRANCE; Pierre
Barrier, Philippe Otal, PhD, Hervé Rousseau, PhD, and
Francis Joffre, PhD, Service de Radiologie Générale,
Hôpital de Rangueil, 1 Avenue du Professeur Jean
Poulhès,TSA 50032, Toulouse Cedex 9, 31059, FRANCE;
and Daniel Rouge, PhD, and Norbert Telmon, PhD, Service
de Médecine Légale, Hôpital de Rangueil, 1 avenue du
Professeur Jean Poulhès, TSA 50032, Toulouse Cedex 9,
31059, FRANCE
Janene M. Curtis, MS*, and Owen B. Beattie, PhD,
University of Alberta, Department of Anthropology, 13-15
HM Tory Building, Edmonton, Alberta T6G 2H4, CANADA
Philip N Williams, BS*, and Melissa A Torpey, MS, Federal
Bureau of Investigation, Counterterrorism and Forensic
Science Research Unit, Building 12, Quantico, VA 22135;
and Lisa Bailey, BA, Federal Bureau of Investigation
Laboratory, 2501 Investigation Parkway, SPU/Room 1115,
Quantico, VA 22135
Summer J. Decker, MA, MABMH*, and Don R. Hilbelink,
PhD, Department of Pathology & Cell Biology, University.
of South Florida College of Medicine, 12901 Bruce B.
Downs Boulevard, MDC 11, Tampa, FL 33612; and Eric J.
Hoegstrom, MSBE, Department. of Chemical Engineering,
University of South Florida, College of Engineering, 13201
Bruce B. Downs Boulevard Tampa, FL 33612
Christen E. Herrick, BS*,and Heather A. Walsh-Haney,
PhD, Florida Gulf Coast University, Division of Justice
Studies, 10501 FGCU Boulevard S, AB3, Fort Myers, FL
33965-6565; and E. Hunt Scheuerman, MD, 1856 Colonial
Drive, Green Cove Springs, FL 32043
Cliff Boyd, PhD, and; Donna C. Boyd, PhD*, Radford
University, Department of Sociology & Anthropology, Box
6948, Russell Hall 228, Radford, VA 24142
Elayne J. Pope, MA*, University of Arkansas, Anthropology
Department, 330 Old Main, Fayetteville, AR 72701
Mark O. Beary, MS*, University of Missouri at Columbia,
107 Swallow Hall, Columbia, MO 65211-1440; and Luis L.
Cabo-Pérez, MS, Mercyhurst College, Department Applied
Forensic Sciences, 501 East 38th Street, Erie, PA 16546
Sarah A. Kiley, MS*, University of Indianapolis,
Archeology & Forensics Laboratory, 1400 East Hanna
Avenue, Indianapolis, IN 46227
David O. Carter, PhD*, University of Nebraska,
Department of Entomology, 202 Plant Industry Building,
Lincoln, NE 68583-0816; David Yellowlees, PhD, School of
Pharmacy and Molecular Sciences, James Cook University,
Townsville, 4811, AUSTRALIA; and Mark Tibbett, PhD,
Centre for Land Rehabilitation, University of Western
Australia, Crawley, 6009, AUSTRALIA
Peter A. Cross, BSc*, 11 Lower Bank Road, Fulwood,
Preston, 0 PR2 8NS, UNITED KINGDOM
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227
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Debugging Decomposition Data
Beyond Taphonomy: Craniometric
Variation Among Anatomical Specimens
Decomposition and Postmortem Interval:
A Critical Analysis of British Medico-legal
Investigation and Trends in South
Yorkshire, 1995-2002
Basement Bodies: The Effect of Light on
Decomposition in Indoor Settings
Taphonomic Effects of Vulture Scavenging
Computer Simulation for Drift
Trajectories of Objects in the Magdalena
River, Colombia
Experiential Education: The Use of
Simulation in Training in Forensic
Anthropology and Archaeology
Realism in Simulation Training: Examples
of Mass Grave Excavation and Mass
Fatality Incident Mortuary Simulation
Exercises
The Effects of Body Mass Index on
Cremation Weight
The Influence of Body Fat on the Rate of
Decomposition in Traumatized Pigs
Saw Cut Marks in Bone Created by
Atypical Saws
DNA Quantification of Burned Skeletal
Tissue
Tal Simmons, PhD*, and Rachel Adlam, MSc, University of
Central Lancashire, Forensic & Investigative Science,
Maudland Building, Preston, Lancashire, PR1 2HE,
UNITED KINGDOM
Joseph T. Hefner, PhD*, and Natalie Uhl, MS, 1503 North
Pennsylvania Street, Apartment 21, Indianapolis, IN 46202;
and Nicholas V. Passalaqua, MS, Michigan State
University, 203 Berkey Hall, East Lansing, MI 48824-1111
Brooke L. Magnanti, PhD, Newcastle University, Sir James
Spence Institute, Royal Victoria Infirmary, Newcastle-uponTyne, Tyne and Wear NE1 4LP, UNITED KINGDOM; and
Anna Williams, PhD*, Cranfield University, Defence
Academy of the United Kingdom, Shrivenham, Wiltshire
SN6 8LA, UNITED KINGDOM
Branka Franicevic, MSc*, University of Central
Lancashire, Department of Forensic and Investigative
Science, Preston, PR1 2HE, UNITED KINGDOM
Nicole M. Reeves, BA*, Texas State University-San Marcos,
Anthropology Department, 601 University Drive, San
Marcos, TX 78666
Ana C. Guatame-Garcia, BSc*, University of Central
Lancashire, Calle 9 #0-95, Bogota, COLOMBIA; Luis A.
Camacho, PhD, Universidad Nacional de Colombia at
Bogota, Bogota, COLOMBIA; and Tal Simmons, PhD,
Department of Forensic and, Investigative Sciences,
University of Central Lancashire, Preston, Lancashire PR1
2HE, UNITED KINGDOM
Margaret Cox, PhD*, Cranfield University / Inforce
Foundation, Shrivenham, Swindon, UNITED KINGDOM
232
Roland Wessling, MSc*, Inforce Foundation, Cranfield
University, Cranfield Forensic Institutde, Shrivenham, 0
SN6 8LA, UNITED KINGDOM
236
Shannon E. May, BA*, and Richard Jantz, PhD,
Department of Anthropology, University of Tennessee, 250
S Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN 37996-0720
Kavita Novinchandra Chibba, BSc*, 9203 Nile Street,
Extension 10, Lenasia, Johannesburg, 1820, SOUTH
AFRICA
John A. Williams, PhD*, Anthropology & Sociology,
Western Carolina University, 101 McKee Hall, Cullowhee,
NC 28723
Jamie Daniel Fredericks*, Lower Bank Road, Fulwood,
Preston, Lancashire PR2 8NS, UNITED KINGDOM; and
Tal Simmons, PhD, Department of Forensic and
Investigative Sciences, University of Central Lancashire,
Preston, Lancashire PR1 2HE, UNITED KINGDOM
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Early Diagenesis of Bone and DNA
Preservation
The Effect of Carcass Weight on the
Decomposition of Pigs (Sus scrofa)
Patterns of Perimortem Fracture From
Military Aircraft Crashes
Predicting the Location of Scattered
Human Remains: When Will Heads Roll
and Where Will They Go?
Identifying Sharp Force Trauma on
Burned Bones
Fracture Patterns in Fleshed and DeFleshed Pig Femora Inflicted With Various
Ammunition Types
Decomposition Scoring as a Method for
Estimating the Postmortem Submersion
Interval of Human Remains Recovered
From United Kingdom Rivers - A
Comparative Study
Sealed for Your Protection, Part I: The
Effects of an Unknown Corrosive Agent on
Human Bone
Mummification and Palynology: What We
Can Learn in Regards to Time and
Location of Death
Forensic Osteology Research Station
(FOREST): A New Facility for Studies of
Human Decomposition
Biomechanics of Blunt Ballistic Impacts to
the Forehead and Zygoma
Miranda M.E. Jans, PhD*, Institute for Geology and
Bioarchaeology, Vrije Universiteit, De Boelelaan 1085,
Amsterdam, 1081 HV, NETHERLANDS; Andrew J. Tyrrell,
PhD, Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command, Central
Identification Lab, 310 Worchester Avenue, Building 54,
Hickam Air Force Base, HI 96853; Odile Loreille, PhD,
Armed Forces DNA Identification Laboratory, 1413
Research Boulevard, Rockville, MD 20850; and Henk Kars,
PhD, Institute for Geology and Bioarchaeology, Vrije
Universiteit, De Boelelaan 1085, Amsterdam, 1081 HV,
NETHERLANDS
Heather J. Brand, BA*, 422 Queen Anne Heights, Victoria,
British Columbia V8S 4K6, CANADA
Franklin E. Damann, MA*, National Museum of Health and
Medicine, Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, 6825 16th
Street, NW, Bldg 54, Washington, DC 20306-6000; and
Rebekkah Adler, BS, Derek C. Benedix, PhD, and Elias J.
Kontanis, PhD Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command
(JPAC), Central Identification Laboratory, 310 Worchester
Avenue, Hickam Air Force Base, HI 96853-5530
Gretchen R. Dabbs, BA, MA*, University of Arkansas, 330
Old Main, Fayetteville, AR 72701
239
Daniel W. Jackson, MA*, and Pamela M. Steger, MS*,
Travis County Medical Examiner’s Office, 1213 Sabine
Street, PO Box 1748, Austin, TX 78666
Joanna Yaffa Kay, BA*, 222 South 150th Circle, Omaha,
NE 68154
241
Abigail C. Lagden, BSc*, and Tal Simmons, PhD,
Department of Forensic and, Investigative Sciences,
University of Central Lancashire, Preston, Lancashire PR1
2HE, UNITED KINGDOM
242
Laura C. Fulginiti, PhD*, Forensic Science Center, 701
West Jefferson, Phoenix, AZ 85007; Kristen Hartnett, PhD,
Office of Chief Medical Examiner, Forensic Anthropology,
520 1st Avenue, New York, NY 10016; Frank Di Modica,
Phoenix Police Department, 620 West Washington Street,
Phoeniz, AZ 85003; and Diane Karluk, MD, Maircopa
County Office of the Medical Examiner, 701 West Jefferson,
Phoenix, AZ 85007
Cheslee Cornell*, and Nicole A. Wall, MFS, College of
Saint Mary, Forensic Science Program 7000 Mercy Road,
Omaha, NE 68106
Cheryl A. Johnston, PhD*, Western Carolina University,
Department of Anthropology & Sociology, 101 McKee
Building, Cullowhee, NC 28723
Greg Crawford, MS,; David Raymond, MS*, Chris Van Ee,
PhD, and Cynthia Bir, PhD, Wayne State University, 818
West Hancock, Detroit, MI 48201
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240
240
241
243
243
244
The Effectiveness of Papain in the
Processing of Remains
Beating a Dead Pig to Death: An
Actualistic Test of Archaeological
Assumptions
Gunshot Residue (GSR) on Bone as a
Potential Indicator of Gunshot Trauma in
the Absence of a Bullet Wound Defect — A
Noteworthy Observation
Use of Facial Indices for Comparative
Metric Facial Identification After
Parametrical Superimposition
Ancestry Informative Markers (AIMs) and
Forensic Anthropologist’s New
Competition: Understanding the Theories,
Methods, and Techniques for Allocating
Ancestry in the Field of Forensic Genetics
Introduction to the Use and Limits of
Elemental and Isotopic Analysis for the
Forensic Provenancing of Unidentified
Human Remains
Extending the Biological Profile Using
Stable Carbon and Nitrogen Isotope
Analysis: Prospects and Pitfalls
Studies in Isotopic Variability:
Investigating Human Tooth Enamel
X-ray Diffraction (XRD) Analysis of
Human Cremains and Concrete
Characterization of Lead, Transition
Metal, and Rare Earth Element
Composition of Human Bone by ICP-MS
and LA-ICP-MS
Bobbie J. Kemp, MS*, University of Pittsburgh, Department
of Anthropology, 3302 Wesley W. Posvar Hall, Pittsburgh,
PA 15260; Luis Lorenzo Cabo-Pérez, MS, Mercyhurst
College, Department of Applied Forensic Sciences, 501
East 38th Street, Erie, PA 16546; John J. Matia, BS, 901
Jancey Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15206; and Dennis C.
Dirkmaat, PhD, Mercyhurst Archaeological Institute,
Mercyhurst College, Glenwood Hills, Erie, PA 16546
Kerriann Marden, MA*, Dept of Anthropology, Tulane
University, 1326 Audubon Street, New Orleans, LA 70118
244
Hugh E. Berryman, PhD*, Middle Tennessee State
University, Department of Sociology and Anthropology,
Box 10, Murfreesboro, TN 37132; and Alicja K Kutyla,
BS*, Middle Tennessee State University, MTSU Box 60,
Murfreesboro, TN 37132
Francesco Introna, MD*, Antonio De Donno, PhD,
Domenico Urso, PhD, and Valeria Santoro, PhD, Section of
Legal Medicine, Department of Internal and Public
Medicine (DiMIMP) - University of Bari, P.zza Giulio
Cesare n.11, Bari, 70124, ITALY
Cris E. Hughes, MA*, University of Californiaat Santa
Cruz, 5405 Prospect Road, #7, San Jose, CA 95129
246
Jurian A. Hoogewerff, PhD*, University of East Anglia, ,
Norwich, Norfolk NR4 7TJ, UNITED KINGDOM
247
Eric J. Bartelink, PhD*, 400 West First Street, Department
of Anthropology, Butte #311, CSUC, Chico, CA 959290400; Melanie Beasley, BS, 400 West First Street, Chico,
CA 95929-0400; Chelsey A. Juarez, MA, Department of
Anthropology, UCSC Social Science 1, 1156 High Street,
Santa Cruz, CA 95064
Chelsey A. Juarez, MA*, Department of Anthropology,
UCSC Social Science 1, 1156 High Street, Santa Cruz, CA
95064
Thomas E. Bodkin, MA*, Hamilton County Medical
Examiner Office, 3202 Amnicola Highway, Chattanooga,
TN 37406; Jonathan W. Mies, PhD, University of
Tennessee at Chattanooga, Department of Physics,
Geology, and Astronomy, Department 6556, Chattanooga,
TN 37403
Thomas H. Darrah, MS*, University of Rochester, 227
Hutchison Hall, University of Rochester, Department of
Earth & Environmental Sciences, Rochester, NY 14627;
Jennifer J. Prutsman-Pfeiffer, MA, University of Rochester
Medical Center, Autopsy & Neuropathology, 601 Elmwood,
Box 626, Rochester, NY 14642; and Robert J. Poreda, PhD,
University of Rochester, 227 Hutchison Hall, University of
Rochester, Department of Earth & Environmental Sciences,
Rochester, NY 14627
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246
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249
249
250
Comparison of Portable X-ray Florescence
and Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass
Spectroscopy in the Measurement of Lead
in Human Bone
Species Identification of Fragmented Bone:
Evaluation of a New Method of Pyrolysis
and X-ray Diffraction Analysis
Estimating Body Mass From Bone Mineral
Density of Human Skeletal Remains
Preservation of Skeletal Collections: The
Viability of DNA Analysis After the
Application of Chemical Preservative
Forensic Bone Toxicology
In Vivo Facial Tissue Depth Study of Adult
Chinese Americans in New York City
Who Is This Person? A Comparison Study
of Current 3-Dimensional Facial
Approximation Methods
Advances in Computer Graphic Facial
Recognition Software: Matching Facial
Approximations to Antemortem
Photographs
Jennifer J. Prutsman-Pfeiffer, MA*, University of
Rochester, University of Rochester Medical Center, Autopsy
& Neuropathology, 601 Elmwood, Box 626, Rochester, NY
14642; and Thomas H. Darrah, MS, University of
Rochester, 227 Hutchison Hall, University of Rochester,
Department Earth & Environmental Sciences, Rochester,
NY 14627
Sophie Beckett, MSc*, and Keith D. Rogers, PhD, Cranfield
University, Cranfield Forensic Institute, Department of
Materials and Applied Science, Shrivenham, Swindon, SN6
8LA, UNITED KINGDOM
Megan K. Moore, MS*, University of Tennessee, 301
Perkins Hall, Department of Mech, Aero, & Biomed
Engineering, Knoxville, TN; and Dixie L. Thompson, PhD,
University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Department of Exercise,
Sports and Leisure Studies, 340 Health, Physical
Education, and Recreation Building, Knoxville, TN 37996
Lori E. Baker, PhD*, Baylor University, Department of
Anthropology and Forensic Science, Forensic Research
Lab, One Bear Place #97388, Waco, TX 76798-7388; Lee
Meadows Jantz, PhD, Department of Anthropology,
University of Tennessee, 250 South Stadium Hall,
Knoxville, TN 37996- 0720; Yasmine M. Baktash, BA,
Baylor University, One Bear Place #97388, Waco, TX
76798; and J. Randall Pearce, DDS, 3769 West Andrew
Johnson Highway, Morristown, TN 37814
Melinda L. Carter, PhD*, 302 Heritage Drive, De Soto, IL
62924
Wing Nam J. Chan, MA*, 4720 210th Street, Bayside, NY
11361; Mary H. Manhein, MA, Department of Geography
& Anthropology, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge,
LA 70803; and Ginesse A. Listi, MA, 1723 Lombard Drive,
Baton Rouge, LA 70810
Summer J. Decker, MABMH*, and Don R. Hilbelink, PhD,
Department. of Pathology and Cell Biology, University of
South Florida College of Medicine, 12901 Bruce B. Downs
Boulevard, MDC11, Tampa, FL 33612; Eric J. Hoegstrom,
MSBE, Department of Chemical Engineering, University of
South Florida College of Engineering, Tampa, FL 33612;
Carl K. Adrian, Federal Bureau of Investigation, 2501
Investigation Parkway, Attn: Carl Adrian/IPGU Rm. #1170,
Quantico, VA 22135; and Stephanie L. Davy-Jow,
Department of Archaeology, University of Sheffield,
Northgate House, West Street, Sheffield, S1 4ET, UNITED
KINGDOM
Murray K. Marks, PhD*, University of Tennessee,
Department of Anthropology, 252 South Stadium Hall,
Knoxville, TN 37996; Diana K. Moyers, MA, Visiting
Scientist, CFSRU, FBI Laboratory, FBI Academy, Building
12, Quantico, VA 22135; Peter H. Tu, PhD, GE Global
Research, Imaging Technologies, 1 Research Circle,
Niskayuna, NY 12309; and Philip N. Williams, BS, FBI
Laboratory, CFSRU, Building 12, Quantico, VA 22135
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252
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255
Accreditation of the Small Skeletal
Laboratory: It is Easier Than You Think!
Testing the Demirjian Method and the
International Demirjian Method on an
Urban American Sample
Dental Aging Methods and Population
Variation as Demonstrated in a Peruvian
Sample
Multifactorial Determination of Age at
Death From the Human Skeleton
An Evaluation of the Skeletal Aging
Method Using Adult Male Vertebrae as
Developed by Drukier, et al.
Spheno-Occipital Synchondrosis Fusion in
the American Population
A Curve Where No Hand Has Touched Vertebral Ageing Method in Females
Investigation of Second, Fourth, and
Eighth Sternal Rib End Variation Related
to Age Estimation
Age Related Histomorphometric Changes
in Fetal Long Bones
Critical Study of Observations of the
Sternal Extremity of the 4th Rib
Determination of Sex From Juvenile
Crania by Means of Discriminant Function
Analysis: A First Study
Vincent J. Sava, MA*, JPAC, Central Identification Lab,
310 Worchester Avenue, Building 45, Hickam AFB, HI
96853; and John E. Byrd, PhD, JPAC, Central
Identification Lab, 310 Worchester Avenue, Hickam AFB,
HI 96853-5530
Nicole M. Burt, MS*, Forensic Anthropology Laboratory,
Michigan State University, A-439 East Fee Hall, East
Lansing, MI 48824
Douglas H. Ubelaker, PhD*, Department of Anthropology,
NMNH - MRC 112, Smithsonian Institution, Washington,
DC 20560; and Roberto C. Parra, BA, Instituto de
Medicina Legal del Peru, Av. Abancay 491 6to Piso, Lima,
PERU
Natalie Uhl, MS*, 1503 North Pennsylvania Street,
Apartment 21, Indianapolis, IN 46202
Nanette Hollands, BSc*, Flat 8, 5 Bryanstone Road,
Winton, Bournemouth, BH3 7JE, UNITED KINGDOM; and
Piotr D. Drukier, MSc*, Bournemouth University, C134
Christchurch House, Talbot Campus, Fern Barrow, Poole,
BH12 5BB, UNITED KINGDOM
Natalie R. Shirley, MA*, and Richard Jantz, PhD,
University of Tennessee Department of Anthropology,
University of Tennessee, Department of Anthropology, 250
South Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN 37996
Reuben Edwin Leigh Moreton*, Bournemouth University,
33 Corsair Drive, Dibden, Southampton, Hampshire SO45
5UF, UNITED KINGDOM; and Piotr D. Drukier, MSc*,
Bournemouth University, C134 Christchurch House, Talbot
Campus, Fern Barrow, Poole, 0 BH12 5BB, UNITED
KINGDOM
Kathleen Alsup, MA*, University of Tennessee, 250 South
Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN 307996
255
Courtney D. Eleazer, MA*, 7700 Gleason Drive, Apartment
39G, Knoxville, TN 37919
Laurent Fanton, MD*, Institut of Legal Medicine, 12
Avenue Rockefeller, Lyon, 69008, FRANCE; Marie Paule
Gustin-Paultre, PhD, Lyon University, Lyon 1 University,
Laboratory of Biostatistics ISPB, Lyon, F-69008, FRANCE;
Habdelhamid Grait, MD, Milltary Hospital, Alger,
ALGERIA; Aissa Boudabba, MD, Military Hospital, Alger,
ALGERIA; Claire Desbois, MD, Lyon University, Lyon 1
University, Institut of Forensic Medicine, Lyon, F-69008,
FRANCE; Patrice Stephane Schoendorff, MD, Institut
Medico-Legal de Lyon, 12 Avenue Rockfeller, Lyon, 69007,
FRANCE; Stéphane Tilhet-Coartet, MD, Institut of Legal
Medicine, 12 avenue Rockefeller, Lyons, 69008, FRANCE;
Daniel Malicier, MD, Institu Medico Legal, 12 Avenue
Rockfeller, Lyon, 69007, FRANCE
Richard A. Gonzalez, PhD*, Department of Anthropology,
Saint Lawrence University, 23 Romoda Drive, Canton, NY
13617
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257
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262
262
Admixture and the Growing List of Racial
Categories: Clarity or Confusion for Law
Enforcement (and the Public)
Racial Admixture: A Test of Non-Metric
Ancestry Estimation
Discriminant Function Analysis as Applied
to Mandibular Metrics to Assess
Population Affinity
A Test of Methods: Implications of
Dimorphism, Population Variation, and
Secular Change in Estimating Population
Affinity in the Iberian Peninsula
Cranial Histomorphology: Species
Identification and Age Estimation
Are Cranial Morphological Traits
Population Specific? A Reevaluation of
Traditional Sex Estimation Methodology
A Practical Method for Determining Sex
From Human Chest Plate Radiographs
A Test of an Age-at-Death Method Using
the First Rib
Classification of Frontal Sinus Patterns in
Koreans by Three-Dimensional
Reconstruction Using Computed
Tomography
Conrad Bezekiah Quintyn, PhD*, Bloomsburg University,
Department of Anthropology, 400 East 2nd Street,
Bloomsburg, PA 17815
Lindsey L. Caldwell, BA*, 2245 College Drive, Apartment
178, Baton Rouge, LA 70808; MariaTeresa A. Tersigni,
PhD, Department of Anthropology, Univeristy of
Cincinnati, Braunstein 481 PO 210380, Cincinnati, OH
45221; and Mary H. Manhein, MA, Department of
Geography & Anthropology, Louisiana State University,
Baton Rouge, LA 70803
Gregory E. Berg, MA*, US Army Central ID Laboratory,
310 Worchester Avenue, Hickam AFB, HI 96853-5530
263
Ann H. Ross, PhD*, North Carolina State University,
Sociology and Anthropology, Campus Box 8107, Raleigh,
NC 27695-8107; Douglas H. Ubelaker, PhD, Department
of Anthropology, NMNH - MRC 112, Smithsonian
Institution, Washington, DC 20560; and Erin H. Kimmerle,
PhD, University of South Florida, Department of
Anthropology, 4202 East Fowler, Soc 107, Tampa, FL
33820
Lindsay H. Trammell, MA*, Murray K. Marks, PhD, and
Walter E. Klippel, PhD, University of Tennessee,
Department of Anthropology, 250 South Stadium Hall,
Knoxville, TN 37966-0720; and Darinka MileusnicPolchan, MD, PhD, UTMCK, Department of Pathology,
1924 Alcoa Highway, Knoxville, TN 37920
Angela M. Dautartas, BS*, and Kanya M Godde, MA*,
University of Tennessee, 250 South Stadium Hall,
Knoxville, TN 37996
Heather Garvin, MS*, 7471 SE 117th Terrace, Morriston,
FL 32668; Luis Lorenzo Cabo-Pérez, MS, Mercyhurst
College, Department of Applied Forensic Sciences, 501
East 38th Street, Erie, PA 16546; Kyra Elizabeth Stull, BA,
Mercyhurst College, 501 East 38th Street, Erie, PA 16546;
and Dennis C. Dirkmaat, PhD, Mercyhurst Archaeological
Institute, Mercyhurst College, Glenwood Hills, Erie, PA
16546
Elizabeth A. DiGangi, MA*, Department of Natural and
Behavioral Sciences, 10541 Hardin Valley Road, Knoxville,
TN 37933; Jonathan D. Bethard, MA*, The University of
Tennessee, Department of Anthropology, 250 South
Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN 37996
Deog-Im Kim, PhD*, Department of Anatomy, Kwandong
University, College of Medicine, 522, Naegok-dong,
Gangneug, 201701, KOREA; Dai-Soon Kwak, PhD,
Department of Anatomy, College of Medicine, The Catholic
University of Korea, 505, Banpo-dong, Seocho-gu, Seoul,
137701, KOREA; and Seung-Ho Han, MD, PhD,
Department of Anatomy, Catholic Institute for Applied
Anatomy, College of Medicine, The Catholic University of
Korea, 505, Banpo-dong, Seocho-gu, Seoul, 137701,
KOREA
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264
265
265
266
267
267
Demographic Expression of the Frontal
Sinuses
Sex Determination of Talus in Korean
Using Discrimination Function Analysis
Morphometrics of the Korean Thyroid
Cartilage for Determination of Sex
Sexual Dimorphism of the Humerus in
Contemporary Cretans
Evaluating Methods of Age Estimation of
Fetal/Neonate Remains From Radiographs
Using a Diverse Autopsy Sample
The Utility of the Samworth and Gowland
Age-at-Death “Look-Up” Tables in
Forensic Anthropology
Kathryn Lee Frazee*, 1422 Pearce Park, Apartment # 2,
Erie, PA 16502-2915
U-Young Lee, MD*, Catholic Institute for Applied Anatomy,
Department of Anatomy, College of Medicine, The Catholic
University of Korea, 505, Banpo-dong, Socho-gu, Seoul,
137701, KOREA; In-Heok Chung, MD, PhD, Department
of Anatomy, Yonsei University College of Medicine,
Department of Anatomy, Yonsei University College of
Medicine, 134 Sinchon-dong, Seodaemoon-gu, Seoul,
120752, KOREA; Dae-Kyoon Park, MD, PhD, Deptartment
of Anatomy, Colleege of Medicine, Soonchunhyang Univ,
Soonchunhyang University, 366-1 Ssangyong-dong,
Cheonan-si, Seoul 330946 KOREA; Yi-Suk Kim, MD, MS,
Department of Anatomy, Gachon University of Medicine,
1198 Kuwol-dong, Namdong-gu, Incheon, 405760,
KOREA; Deog-Im Kim, PhD, Department of Anatomy,
Kwandong University College of Medicine, 522, Naegokdong, Gangneug, 201701, KOREA; Je-Hoon Lee, MSc,
Department of Anatomy, Catholic Institute for Applied
Anatomy, Department of Anatomy, College of Medicine,
The Catholic University of Korea,, 505 Banpo-dong, Sochogu, Seoul, 137701, KOREA; and Seung-Ho Han, MD, PhD,
Department of Anatomy, Catholic Institute for Applied
Anatomy, College of Medicine, The Catholic University of
Korea, 505, Banpo-dong, Seocho-gu, Seoul, 137701,
KOREA
Dae-Kyoon Park, MD, PhD*, Department of Anatomy,
College of Medicine Soonchunhyang University, 366-1
Ssangyong-dong, Cheonan-si, Seoul, 330946 KOREA;
Deog-Im Kim, PhD, Department of Anatomy, Kwandong
University College of Medicine, 522, Naegok-dong,
Gangneug, 201701, KOREA; U-Young Lee, MD, and
Seung-Ho Han, MD, PhD, Department of Anatomy, College
of Medicine, The Catholic University of Korea, 505, Banpodong, Socho-gu, Seoul, 137701, KOREA
Elena Fotios Kranioti, MD, Mused Nacional de Ciencias
Naturales, Jose Gutierrez Abascal 2, Madrid, 28006,
SPAIN; Anastasia Efstratios Kastanaki, MSc*, State Mental
Health Hospital of Chania, Psychooncology Centre, 38, I.
Skaltsouni Str., El. Giakoumaki Str., and DaraTso, Chania,
Crete, 73100, GREECE; M. Yasar Iscan, PhD, Istanbul
Universitesi, Adli Tip Enstitusu, Cerrahpasa Kampusu,
PK.10, 34303, Istanbul, 34098, TURKEY; and Manolis N.
Michalodimitrakis, MD, JD, University of Crete, Medical
School, Dpt Forensic Sciences, Heraklion, Crete 71110,
GREECE
Christopher R. Grivas, MS*, University of New Mexico,
Department of Anthropology, MSC01-1040, Albuquerque,
NM 87131; Debra Komar, PhD, Office of the Medical
Investigator, 1 University of New Mexico, MSC11 6030,
Albuquerque, NM 87131
Nicholas Vere Passalacqua, MS*, 3518 Hagadorn Road,
Okemos, MI 48864
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271
Metric Sex Determination From the
Mandible
Microscopic Age Estimation From the
Anterior Cortex of the Femus in Korean
Adults
Sternal Rib Histomorphometry: A Test of
the Age Estimation Method of Stout, et al.
(1994)
Accuracy of Regression Formulae for
Racing and Sexing the Cranial Base in a
Forensic Collection
Deconstructing or Perpetuating Race: The
Status of Race in Forensic Anthropology
A Test of the FORDISC Sex Discriminant
Function on a Korean Cranial Sample
Sexual Dimorphism in the Juvenile
Skeleton
Coming Unglued: The Use of Acrylic Resin
Adhesives in Forensic Reconstruction
Biomechanics of Blunt Ballistic Impacts to
the Head and Fracture Specific Injury
Criteria Development
Nicolette Maria Luney Parr, BA, MS*, 1305 NE 6th
Terrace, Gainesville, FL 32601-3732; Carlos J. Zambrano,
MS, 5231 NW 56th Court, Gainesville, FL 32653; and
Laurel Freas, MA, 3425 SW 2nd Avenue, #246, Gainesville,
FL 32607
Yi-Suk Kim, MD, MS*, Department of Anatomy, Gachon
University of Medicine and Science, Department of
Anatomy, Gachon University of Medicine, 1198, Kuwoldong, Namdong-gu, Incheon, 405760, KOREA; Yong-Woo
Ahn, DDS, PhD, and Gi-Yeong Huh, MD, PhD, Institute of
Forensic Medicine, School of Medicine, Pusan National
University, 1-10, Ami-dong, Seo-gu, Busan, 602739,
KOREA; Dai-Soon Kwak, PhD, Department of Anatomy,
College of Medicine, The Catholic University of Korea,
505, Banpo-dong, Seocho-gu, Seoul, 137701, KOREA;
Dae-Kyoon Park, MD, PhD, Department. of Anatomy,
College of Medicine Soonchunhyang University, 366-1
Ssangyong-dong, Cheonan-si, Seoul, 330946 KOREA; and
U-Young Lee, MD, and Seung-Ho Han, MD, PhD,
Department of Anatomy, Catholic Institute for Applied
Anatomy, College of Medicine, The Catholic University of
Korea, 505, Banpo-dong, Seocho-gu, Seoul, 137701,
KOREA
Sam D. Stout, PhD*, and Deborrah C. Pinto, MA*;
Department of Anthropology, Ohio State University, 124
West 17th Avenue, 244 Lord Hall, Columbus, OH 432101364; Lara E. McCormick, MA*, The Ohio State
University, 2894 Neil Avenue, #513A, Columbus, OH
43202; and Meghan-Tomasita C. Cosgriff-Hernandez, MA,
and Annamaria C. Crescimanno, MA, Department of
Anthropology, Ohio State University, 124 West 17th
Avenue, 244 Lord Hall, Columbus, OH 43210-1364
Maria Allaire, MA*, LSU FACES Laboratory, Louisiana
State University, 227 Howe-Russell Bldg, Baton Rouge, LA
70803; and Mary H. Manhein, MA, Department of
Geography and Anthropology, Louisiana State University,
Baton Rouge, LA 70803
Christina A. Malone, BHS, BA*, Michigan State University,
Forensic Anthropology Laboratory, A-439 E. Fee Hall,
East Lansing, MI 48823
Helen Cho, PhD*, Department of Anthropology, Davidson
College, Box 6934, Davidson, NC 28035-6934; and HeeKyung Park, DDS, PhD, Seoul National University, 275-1
Yeongeon-dong, Jongno-Gu, Seoul National University,
School of Dentistry, Seoul, 0 110-768, KOREA
Kyra Elizabeth Stull, BA*, Mercyhurst College, 501 East
38th Street, Erie, PA 16546
Kate E. Kolpan, BA*, Eric J. Bartelink, PhD, and Georgia
L. Fox, PhD, Department of Anthropology, California State
University, Chico, 400 West First Street, Chico, CA 959290400
David Raymond, MS*, Greg Crawford, MS, Chris Van Ee,
PhD; and Cynthia Bir, PhD, Wayne State University, 818
West Hancock, Detroit, MI 48201
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Detection of Gunshot Residue (GSR) on
Bone: Potential for Bullet Direction and
Range Estimation
Determination of Low Velocity Bullet
Trajectory in Long Bones: An
Experimental Investigation
Fragmentation Patterns of Victims From a
Fatal Aviation Accident
Effect of Loading Environment on the
Healing of Long Bone Fractures
Cranial Bone Trauma: Misleading Injuries
Recognizing Patterned Fire and Heat
Damage to Bone
Missing in Amazonian Jungle: A Case
Study of Suspected Dismemberment
An Epidemiological Study of Trauma in
U.S. Casualties of the Korean War
The Utility of the Identification Unit
Concept in the Medical Examiner Setting
Evidentiary Standards for Forensic
Anthropology
An Electronic Data Management Tool for
the Search for Missing Persons and
Forensic Human Identification: The ICRC
AM/PM DB
Alicja K. Kutyla, BS*, Middle Tennessee State University,
Department of Biology, Box 60, Murfreesboro, TN 37132;
and Hugh E. Berryman, PhD, Middle Tennesee State
University, Department of Sociology and Anthropology,
Box 10, Murfreesboro, TN 37132
Regina L. McGowan, BA*, 3841 Branson Road, Victoria,
BC V9C 4A7, CANADA
277
Giovanna M. Vidoli, MSc*, 56 Mitchell Avenue,
Binghamton, NY 13903
Tracey Tichnell, BS*, 354 Baker Hall, East Lansing, MI
48824
João Pinheiro*, Instituto Nacional de Medicina Legal,
Instit Nacional Medicina Legal, Delegação do Centro,
Largo da Sé Nova, Coimbra, 0 3000, PORTUGAL;
Andersen Lyrio da Silva, and Eugenia Cunha, PhD,
Departamento De Antropologia, Universidade de Coimbra,
Coimbra, 3000-056, PORTUGAL; and Steven A. Symes,
PhD, Mercyhurst Archaeological Institute, Mercyhurst
College, 501 East 38th, Erie, PA 16546-0001
Steven A. Symes, PhD*, Mercyhurst Archaeological
Institute, Mercyhurst College, 501 East 38th, Erie, PA
16546-0001; Christopher W. Rainwater, MS, Office of the
Chief Medical Examiner, 520 1st Avenue, New York, NY
10016; Erin N. Chapman, BA, 216 Maiden Lane, Erie, PA
16504; Desina R. Gipson, BA, 549 East Grandview
Boulevard, Erie, PA 16504; and Kyra E. Stull, BA,
Mercyhurst College, 501 East 38th Street, Erie, PA 16546
Tania Delabarde, PhD*, Institut Francais d’Etudes
Andines, Whymper 442 y Coruna, Quito, ECUADOR; and
Freddy G.H. Almagro, MD, Departmento Medico Legal de
la Policia, Judicial de Pichincha Av., Mariana de Jesus s/n
y Av., Occidental, ECUADOR
Joan E. Baker, PhD*, and Alexander F. Christensen, PhD,
Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command, Central
Identification Lab, 310 Worchester Avenue, Hickam Air
Force Base, HI 96853
Sharon M. Derrick, PhD*, Jason M. Wiersema, PhD, Ruth
Mathis, Jennifer C. Love, PhD, and Luis A. Sanchez, MD,
Harris County Medical Examiner’s Office, Anthropology
Division, 1885 Old Spanish Trail, Houston, TX 77054
Angi M. Christensen, PhD, Federal Bureau of Investigation
Laboratory, 2501 Investigation Parkway, Quantico, VA
22135; Christian M. Crowder, PhD*, New York City Office
of Chief Medical Examiner, 520 First Avenue, New York,
NY 10016; and Tracy Rogers, PhD, Department of
Anthropology, University of Toronto at Mississauga,
Mississauga, Ontario L5L 1C6, CANADA
Ute Hofmeister, MA*, Morris Tidball-Binz, MD, and
Shuala M. Drawdy, MA, International Committee of the
Red Cross, 19 Avenue de la Paix, Geneva, 1202,
SWITZERLAND
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282
283
Elliptic Fourier Analysis of Vertebral
Outlines for Victim Identification
Left Hanging in Mandeville: Multiple
Approaches in Search of a Positive
Identification
The eBay® Mummy: A Case of a Scottish
Mummy From Maryland for Sale in
Michigan
Uncovering the Truth Behind the Killings:
Predicting Patterns of Perimortem Trauma
Using Skeletons Exhumed From ExMilitary Bases in Guatemala
Unearthing Peru’s Buried Secrets: La
Cantuta Revisited
How Easily Can We Derive Cause and
Manner of Death on the Basis of Dry
Bones? Lessons Derived From Coimbra
Identified Skeletal Collections
Renewed Search, Recovery, and
Identification Efforts Related to the
September 11, 2001 Attacks of the World
Trade Center
The Use of Material Culture to Establish
the Ethnic Identity of Victims in Genocide
Investigations: A Validation Study From
the American Southwest
A Population Approach to the Problem of
the Missing and Unidentified With
Emphasis on the Status of Migrant and
Undocumented Workers
Establishing a Central Database for the
Missing and Unidentified of Louisiana
Resolution of Cold Identity Cases:
Resources, Methodology, and a Review of
Some Success Stories
Identity Crisis: The Number and Quality
of Unidentified Decedent Data and a New
Solution
Josephine M. Paolello, MS*, and Luis L. Cabo-Pérez, MS,
Mercyhurst College, Department of Applied Forensic
Sciences, 501 East 38th Street, Erie, PA 16546
John W. Verano, PhD*, Brian Pierson, BA, and Anne
Titelbaum, MA, Doris Z. Stone Laboratory of Biological
and Forensic Anthropology, Department of Anthropology,
Tulane University, 1326 Audubon Street, New Orleans, LA
70118
Kristin E. Horner, MA*, Department of Anthropology,
Michigan State University, 354 Baker Hall, East Lansing,
MI 48824
Shirley C. Chacon, BA*, and Gillian M. Fowler, MA,
Fundacion de Antropologia Forense de Guatemala,
Avenida Simeon Cañas, 10-64, Zona 2, Guatemala City,
01002, GUATEMALA
Jose P. Baraybar, MSc*, Equipo Peruano de Antropología
Forense, Toribio Pacheco 216, Lima, Lima 18, PERU; and
Bertrand Ludes MD, PhD, Institut de Medicine Légale de
Strasbourg, 11, Rue Humann - 67085 Strasbourg, France
Eugenia Cunha, PhD*, Joan V. Badal, and Andersen Líryo,
Department of Anthropology, University of Coimbra,
Coimbra, 3000-056, PORTUGAL; João Pinheiro, Instituto
Nacional de Medicina Legal, Delegação de Coimbra,
Largo da Sé Nova, Coimbra, 3000, PORTUGAL; and
Steven A. Symes, PhD, Mercyhurst Archaeological Inst,
Mercyhurst College, 501 East 38th, Erie, PA 16546-0001
Bradley J. Adams, PhD*, Christian Crowder, PhD, and;
Frank DePaolo, MPAS, Office of Chief Medical Examiner,
520 1st Avenue, New York, NY 10016
283
Debra Komar, PhD*, and Sarah Lathrop, PhD, University
of New Mexico, Office of the Medical Investigator, MSC 11
6030, 1 University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM
87131; and Christopher R. Grivas, MS, University of New
Mexico, Department of Anthropology, MSC01-1040,
Albuquerque, NM 87131
Erin H. Kimmerle, PhD*, University of South Florida,
Department of Anthropology, 4202 East Fowler, Soc 107,
Tampa, FL 33820; Anthony B. Falsetti, PhD, C.A. Pound
Human Id Laboratory, C/O Cancer/ Genetics Research, PO
Box 103615, Gainesville, FL 32610; and Ann H. Ross, PhD,
North Carolina State University, Sociology and
Anthropology, Campus Box 8107, Raleigh, NC 27695-8107
Mary H. Manhein, MA*, and Helen B. Mathews, MA,
Louisiana State University, Department of Geography and
Anthropology, 227 Howe- Russell Building, Baton Rouge,
LA 70803
Dana Austin, PhD*, and Paul E. Coffman, Tarrant County
Medical Examiner District, 200 Feliks Gwozdz Place, Fort
Worth, TX 76104-4919
Melissa A. Torpey, MS*, and Philip N. Williams, BS,
Federal Bureau of Investigation Counterterrorism and,
Forensic Science Research Unit, FBI Academy, Building
12, Quantico, VA 22135
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286
286
287
288
289
290
290
Comparison of Two Methods of Age
Determination Using Histomorphology:
Periosteal vs. Endosteal Surface Equations
Osteon Area Measurements - A Validation
Study
Osteon Area and Circularity: A Method
for the Assessment for Human and NonHuman Fragmentary Remains
Andrea Clowes, BA*, Michigan State University, 16789
Chandler Road, #1422A, East Lansing, MI 48823
290
MariaTeresa Tersigni, PhD, Department of Anthropology,
University of Cincinnati, Braunstein 481 PO 210380,
Cincinnati, OH 45221; Amy Michael, BA*, 416 West
Genesee, Apartment 1, Lansing, MI 48933; Amber Heard,
BA, 16789 Chandler Road, #1632, East Lansing, MI 48823;
Christina Malone, BHS, BA, 180 Arbor Glen Drive,
Apartment 203, East Lansing, MI 48823; and John E. Byrd,
PhD, Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command, Central
Identification Lab, 310 Worchester Avenue, Hickam Air
Force Base, HI 96853-5530
MariaTeresa A. Tersigni, PhD*, Department of
Anthropology, University of Cincinnati, Braunstein 481, PO
210380, Cincinnati, OH 45221; Amy Michael, BA, 416
West Genesee, Apartment 1, Lansing, MI 48933; and John
E. Byrd, PhD, JPAC/CIL, 310 Worchester Avenue, Hickam
Air Force Base, HI 96853-5530
291
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A Histological Examination of Odocoileus
virginianus for Forensic Application
Identification of the Rib Number by Metric
Study in Korean
Pedagogy of Practicing Forensic
Anthropologists: A Collection of Our
History
Forensic Anthropology in the Courtroom:
Trends in Testimony
Houston Mass Murder Victims: 33 Years
Later
The Bone Histology of Bear Paws and
Human Hands
Exhumation of an Historical Gravesite at
Taos Cemetery
The Relationship Between Bone Weight
and Age at Death
2007
Lindsay H. Trammell, MA*, University of TennesseeKnoxville, Department of Anthropology, 250 South Stadium
Hall, Knoxville, TN 37996-0720
Deog-Im Kim*, Seung-Ho Han, PhD, Dai-Soon Kwak,
PhD, and Je- Hoon Lee, Department of Anatomy, College
of Medicine, The Catholic University of Korea, 505, Banpodong, Seocho-gu, Seoul, 137701, South Korea; Yi-Suk Kim,
MD, Department of Anatomy, Gahon University of
Medicine and Science, 1198 Guwol-dong, Namdong-gu,
Incheon, 405760, South Korea; Dae-Kyoon Park, PhD,
Department of Anatomy, College of Medicine,
Soonchunhyang University, 366-1, Ssangyongdong,
Cheonan-si, Chungcheongnam-do, Seoul, 330946, South
Korea; U-Young Lee, MD, Division of Forensic Medicine,
National Institute of Scientific Investigation, Sinwol 7dong,
Yangcheon-gu, Seoul, 158707, South Korea; and In-Hyuk
Chung, PhD, Department of Anatomy, College of Medicine,
Yonsei University, 134, Sinchon-dong, Seodaemungu,
Seoul, 120752, South Korea
Joseph T. Hefner, MA*, University of Tennessee,
Department of Anthropology, 250 South Stadium Hall,
Knoxville, TN 37996; Natalie M. Uhl, BS, University of
Indianapolis, 1400 East Hanna Avenue, Indianapolis, IN
46227; Stanley Rhine, PhD, University of New Mexico,
Department of Anthropology, MSC01-1040 Anthropology,
Albuquerque, NM 87131-0001; and William M. Bass, PhD,
University of Tennessee, Department of Anthropology, 250
South Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN 37996
Elizabeth A. Murray, PhD*, College of Mount St. Joseph,
5701 Delhi Road, Cincinnati, OH 45233-1670; and Bruce
E. Anderson, PhD*, Forensic Science Center, 2825 East
District Street, Tucson, AZ 85714
Sharon M. Derrick, PhD*, Michele Hunt, BS, and Luis A.
Sanchez, MD, Harris County Medical Examiner’s Office,
1885 Old Spanish Trail, Houston, TX 77054
Brannon I. Jones, MA*, University of Tennessee, 250 South
Stadium Hall, Department of Anthropology, Knoxville, TN
37996
Mary H. Dudley, MD*, Sedgwick County Regional Forensic
Science Center, 1109 North Minneapolis, Wichita, KS
67214; Joy Vetters, BS, Wichita State University Department of Anthropology, 1845 Fairmount, Wichita, KS
67260; and Angela E. Benefiel, BA, Sedgwick County
Regional Forensic Science Center, 1109 North
Minneapolis, Wichita, KS 67214
Emily J. Loucks, BA*, University of Tennessee, 250 South
Stadium Hall, Department of Anthropology, Knoxville, TN
37996; and Brannon I. Jones, MA, University of Tennessee,
250 South Stadium Hall, Department of Anthropology,
Knoxville, TN 37996
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Paleopathological Diagnosis of Leprosy in
Skeletons From a French Medieval Leper
Bone Fragmentation Created by a
Mechanical Wood Chipper
Microscopic Characteristics of Hacking
Trauma on Bone: The Potential for
Interpretation and Identification
Inter-Tidal Decomposition Patterns in
Croatia: An Experiment using Sus scrofa
Pedal Elements
The Difference Between an Individual’s
Self-Reported, Perceived, and Actual
Height and Its Forensic Significance
Sex and Stature Estimation Based on the
Calcaneus, Talus, and Metatarsal Length
Sex Determination of Koreans Through
Cervical Vertebrae
Stages of Epiphyseal Union in the Cervical
Vertebrae of Young Adult Skeletons
Pauline Saint-Martin, MD*, Service de Médecine Légale,
Hôpital Trousseau, CHRU Tours, Tours, 37044, France;
Norbert Telmon, MD, PhD, and Henri Dabernat, MD, PhD,
Laboratoire d’Anthropobiologie, UMR 8555, CNRS, 39
allees Jules Guesde, Toulouse, 31400, France; Christian
Theureau, Laboratoire d’Archéologie Urbaine, Chateau de
Tours, 25 quai d’Orleans, Tours, 37000, France; Patrick
O’Byrne, MD, Service de Médecine Légale, Hôpital
Trousseau, CHRU Tours, Tours, 37044, France; and Eric
Crubezy, PhD, Laboratoire d’Anthropobiologie, UMR
8555, CNRS, 39 allees Jules Guesde, Toulouse, 31400,
France
John A. Williams, PhD*, Western Carolina University,
Department of Anthropology and Sociology, Cullowhee, NC
28723
Ariana P. Ridgely, BA*, Department of Anthropology, New
York University, 25 Waverly Place, New York, NY 10003
297
Branka Franicevic, MSc*, University of Bradford,
Department of Archaeological Sciences, Bradford, BD7
1DP, United Kingdom; and Robert F. Pastor, PhD,
University of Bradford, Biological Anthropology Research
Centre, Department of Archaeological Sciences, Bradford,
BD7 1DP, United Kingdom
Valerie B. Russell, BA*, 8 Thomas Court, Valley Cottage,
NY 10989
299
Dawn M. Strohmeyer, MS*, 12 Bridge Street, Hitchin,
Hertfordshire SG5 2DE, United Kingdom; and Tal L.
Simmons, PhD, Department of Forensic and Investigative
Science, University of Central Lancashire, Preston,
Lancashire PR1 2HE, United Kingdom
Dae-Kyoon Park, MD, PhD*, Soonchunhyang University,
Department of Anatomy, College of Medicine, 366-1,
Ssangyong-dong, Cheonan-si, Chungcheongnam-do,
Choenan-si, Seoul 330946 Korea, Republic of Korea; UYoung Lee, MD, National Institute of Scientific
Investigation, Division of Forensic Medicine, 331-1 Sinwol
7-dong, Yangcheon-gu, Seoul, Seoul 158707 Korea,
Republic of Korea; Yi-Suk Kim, MD, Gachon University of
Medicine and Science, Department of Anatomy, 1198
Guwol-dong, Namdong-gu, Incheon-si, Seoul 405760
Korea, Republic of Korea; Deog-Im Kim, BA, and SeungHo Han, MD, PhD, The Catholic University of Korea,
College of Medicine, Catholic Institute for Applied
Anatomy, Department of Anatomy, 505, Banpodong,
Seocho-gu, Seoul, Seoul 137701 Korea, Republic of Korea;
and In-Hyuk Chung, MD, PhD, Yonsei University College
of Medicine, Department of Anatomy, 134, Sinchon-dong,
Seodaemun-gu, Seoul, Seoul 120749 Korea, Republic of
Korea
Melissa A. Torpey, MS*, Michigan State University, 7
Gardenwood Drive, Asheville, NC 28803
300
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298
300
301
301
New Method of Skeletal Age Estimation
Based on Progressive Morphological
Changes in Vertebral Column
Progression of Intra-Epiphyseal Union and
its Predictive Capability in Fragmented
Remains
Age Determination From the Medial and
Lateral Clavicle: A Re-Evaluation of
Present Scoring Systems
Forensic Age-at-Death Estimation From
the European American Male Sacrum: A
New Component System
Accuracy of Age Estimates Using the Pubic
Symphysis
A Reevaluation and Revision of the
Suchey-Brooks and Loth and Iscan Aging
Methods
Age Estimation From the Posterior and
Middle Part of the Ilium
Bones in Aid of Forensic Pathology:
Trauma Isn’t Only Skin Deep
Propeller Impacts: Injury Mechanics and
Bone Trauma
Standardizing Saw and Knife Mark
Analysis on Bone
Ballistics-Induced Depressed Skull
Fractures
Eva-Elvira Klonowski, PhD*, Nermin Sarajlic, PhD, MD,
and Senem Skulj, BSc, International Commission on
Missing Persons, Alipasina 45A, Sarajevo, 71 000, Bosnia
and Herzegovina
Maureen Schaefer, MA*, University of Dundee, Anatomy
and Forensic Anthropology, Faculty of Life Sciences,
MSI/WTB Complex, Dundee, DD1 5EH, United Kingdom
Natalie L. Shirley, MA*, and Richard L. Jantz, PhD, The
University of Tennessee Department of Anthropology, 250
South Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN 37996
Nicholas V. Passalacqua, BA*, Mercyhurst College,
Department Applied Forensic Sciences, Zurn 119A, 501
East 38th Street, Erie, PA 16546
Michael Finnegan, PhD*, Kansas State University, 204
Waters Hall, Manhattan, KS 66506-4000
Kristen M. Hartnett, MA*, Forensic Science Center, 701
West Jefferson, Phoenix, AZ 85007
302
Clotilde Rougé-Maillart, MD*, and Nathalie Jousset, MD,
Service de Médecine Légale, CHU - 4 rue Larrey, Angers,
49933, France; Bruno Vielle, MD, Departement de
Statistique, CHU - 4 rue Larrey, Angers, 49933, France;
Eugénia Cunha, MD, PhD, Departamento de Antropologia
- Faculdade de Ciências, Universidade de Coimbra,
Coimbra, 3000-056, Portugal; and Norbert Telmon, MD,
PhD, Service de Médecine Légale, hôpital de Rangeuil - 1
Avenue Jean Poulhès, Toulouse, 31403, France
Laurent Martrille, MD*, Service de Médecine Légale, CHU
Lapeyronie, 191 Avenue du Doyen Gaston Giraud,
Montpellier cedex 5, 34295, France; Cristina Cattaneo,
MD, PhD, Istituto di Medicina Legale, Università Degli
Studi, Via Mangiagali 37, Milano, 30133, Italy; Steven A.
Symes, PhD, Mercyhurst Archaeological Institute, 119 Zurn
Hall, Erie, PA 16546; and Eric Baccino, MD, Service
Médecine Légale, CHU Lapeyronie, Montpellier, 34295,
France
Anne M. Kroman, MA*, University of Tennessee,
Department of Anthropology, 250 South Stadium Hall,
Knoxville, TN 37996; Tyler A. Kress, PhD, BEST
Engineering, 2312 Craig Cove Road, Knoxville, TN 37919;
and David J. Porta, PhD, Bellarmine University,
Department of Biology, 2001 Newburg Road, Louisville, KY
40205
Steven A. Symes, PhD*, and Christopher W. Rainwater, BA,
Mercyhurst College, 501 East 38th Street, Erie, PA 16546;
and Susan M. Thurston Myster, PhD, Hamline University,
PO Box 196, St. Paul, MN 55104
Kathryn Haden-Pinneri, MD*, Office of the Medical
Examiner of Harris County, Joseph A. Jachimiczyk
Forensic Center, 1885 Old Spanish Trail, Houston, TX
77054; and Gregory Berg, MS, Joint POW/MIA Accounting
Command, Central Identification Laboratory, 310
Worchester Avenue, Hickam AFB, HI 96853-5530
306
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307
308
309
When the Bullet Hits the Bone: Patterns of
Gunshot Trauma to the Infracranium
Controlled Fracture of Bones Before and
After Degradation Under Different
Environmental Conditions
Sources of Error in Genetic and
Osteological Sex Determination: Lessons
from Physical Anthropology
Skeletal Markers of Parturition II:
Reanalysis of a Modern American Sample
Geometric Morphometrics of the Scapula:
An Assessment of Ancestry
Refining the Isotopic Fingerprint in
Modern Mexican Populations: Using
Strontium, Carbon, Nitrogen, and Oxygen
to Determine Region of Origin for
Deceased Undocumented Border Crossers
Assessment of Determination of
Handedness Using Standard Osteological
Measurements of the Shoulder Girdle and
Arm Long Bones from Individuals of
Known Handedness
Bilateral Asymmetry and Handedness: Are
they Really Related?
Katharine A. Chapman, BA*, Texas State University,
Department of Anthropology, 601 University Drive, San
Marcos, TX 78666
Lori E. Baker, PhD, Baylor University, Department of
Anthropology, Forensic Science, and Archaeology, One
Bear Place #97388, Waco, TX 76798; Carolyn P. Skurla,
PhD*, Baylor University, Department of Mechanical
Engineering, One Bear Place #97356, Waco, TX 76798;
Zachary Kelm, BS, Mayo Clinic College of Medicine, 200
1st Street SW, Rochester, MN 55905; Casey Anderson,
Baylor University, Department of Anthropology, Forensic
Science, and Archaeology, One Bear Place #97388, Waco,
TX 76798; David R. Webster, BS, Baylor University,
Department of Mechanical Engineering, One Bear Place
#97356, Waco, TX 76798; Kieran P. McNulty, PhD, Baylor
University, Department of Anthropology, Forensic Science,
and Archaeology, One Bear Place #97388, Waco, TX
76798; Kristy Bernard, BS, University of New Haven,
Department of Forensic Science, 300 Boston Post Road,
West Haven, CT 06516; and Eric A. Schaefer, and Daniel
C. Bland, Baylor University, Department of Mechanical
Engineering, One Bear Place #97356, Waco, TX 76798
Krista E. Latham, MS*, Temple University, Department of
Anthropology, 1115 West Berks Street, Gladfelter Hall, 2nd
Floor, Philadelphia, PA 19122; and Luis M. Cabo-Perez,
MS, Jeremy J. Beach, MS, and Dennis C Dirkmaat, PhD,
Mercyhurst College, Department of Applied Forensic
Sciences, 501 East 38th Street, Erie, PA 16546
Elizabeth A. DiGangi, MA*, Pellissippi State Technical
Community College, Department of Natural and Behavioral
Sciences, 10915 Hardin Valley Road, Knoxville, TN 37993;
and Jonathan D. Bethard, MA*, The University of
Tennessee, Department of Anthropology, 250 South
Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN 37996
Natalie M. Uhl, BS, University of Indianapolis, 1400 East
Hanna Avenue, Indianapolis, IN 46227; Joseph T. Hefner,
MA, University of Tennessee, 250 South Stadium Hall,
Knoxville, TN 37996; and John J. Schultz, PhD, University
of Central Florida, 4000 Central Florida Boulevard,
Orlando, FL 32816
Chelsey A. Juarez, MA*, 240 River Street, #1, Santa Cruz,
CA 95060
309
Marie Elaine Danforth, PhD*, and Andrew R. Thompson,
BA, University of Southern Mississippi, Department of
Anthropology and Sociology, 118 College Drive, #5074,
Hattiesburg, MS 39406
312
Kathryn R.D. Driscoll, MA*, University of Tennessee,
Knoxville, Department of Anthropology, 250 South Stadium
Hall, Knoxville, TN 37996
313
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310
311
311
312
Correlation of Forensic Anthropologic
Findings With DNA Profiles Obtained
From Cold Cases
Ossification of Laryngeal Structures: As
Indicators of Age
Age Related Changes of the Distal
Humerus
The Determination of Age Using the
Acetabulum of the Os Coxa
Matjes River Rockshelter: A Case of
Commingled Remains
Differential Wound Healing Patterns in
Bone: A Case Study Involving Multiple
Antemortem Injuries
Hyoid Fusion and the Relationship With
Fracture: Forensic Anthropological
Implications
The Potential Diagnostic Value of Scanning
Electron Microscopy in the Differential
Diagnosis of Bone Lesions: A Pilot Study
Evaluation of the Mandibular Angle as an
Indicator of Sex
Test of a Method Regarding Sex Indication
of the Human Hyoid Body
Efficient Processing of Human Remains
Using Dermestid Beetles
Bodies and Body Parts: When and How to
Record Them During the Excavation of
Mass Graves
Putting It All Together: Recovery,
Assembly, and Analysis of Multiple Body
Parts
Heather Walsh-Haney, MA*, and Sulekha R. Coticone,
PhD*, Florida Gulf Coast University, 10501 FGCU
Boulevard, Ft. Myers, FL 33965
Heather M. Garvin, BA, BS*, 1422 Pearce Park, Apartment
# 6, Erie, PA 16502
Emily Jeavons, BS*, Bournemouth University, School of
Conservation Science, Talbot Campus, Poole, Dorset BH12
5BB, United Kingdom
Kyra E. Stull, BA*, 108 Firethorne Drive, Greer, SC 29650;
Dustin M. James, BA, 7735 Village Drive, Knoxville, TN
37919; and Joseph T. Hefner, MA, 241 South Stadium Hall,
Knoxville, TN 37996
Ericka N L’Abbe, PhD*, Marius Loots, BSc, and Natalie
Keough, BSc, University of Pretoria, Faculty of Health
Sciences, Department of Anatomy, PO Box 2034, Pretoria,
0001, South Africa
Allison Bouwman, BA*, Jessica Dimka, BS, Jennifer
Halpain, BS, Turhon A. Murad, PhD, and Eric J. Bartelink,
PhD, California State University, Chico, 400 West First
Street, Department of Anthropology, Butte #311, Chico, CA
95929-0400
Jonathan D. Bethard, MA*, and Christine M. Pink, MA,
The University of Tennessee, Department of Anthropology,
250 South Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN 37916
Wendy E. Potter, BA, MS*, Department of Anthropology,
MSC01-1040, 1 University of New Mexico, Albuquerque,
NM 87131
Carlos J. Zambrano, MS, Nicolette M. Parr, MS*, Laurel
Freas, MA, Anthony B. Falsetti, PhD, and Michael W.
Warren, PhD, C.A. Pound Human Identification
Laboratory, Department of Anthropology, University of
Florida, PO Box 103615, 1376 Mowry Road, Gainesville,
FL 32610
Michelle L. Osborn, BA*, Department of Geography and
Anthropology, Louisiana State University, Howe-Russel
Building, Baton Rouge, LA 70803; Mary H. Manhein, MA,
Department of Geography and Anthropology, FACES Lab,
Louisiana State University, E105 Howe- Russell Building,
Baton Rouge, LA 70803; and Michael Leitner, PhD,
Department of Geography and Anthropology, Loiusiana
State University, E111 Howe-Russell Building, Baton
Rouge, LA 70803
Karen R. Cebra, MS, MSFS*, California State University at
Chico, Anthropology Department, 400 West 1st Street,
Chico, CA 95929
Hugh H. Tuller, MA*, and Joan Baker, PhD, Joint
POW/MIA Accounting Command, Central Identification
Laboratory, 310 Worchester Avenue, Hickam AFB, Hawaii
96853
Emily A. Craig, PhD*, and Cristin Rolf, MD, Kentucky
Medical Examiner’s Office, 100 Sower Boulevard, Suite
202, Frankfort, KY 40601
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315
316
316
317
317
318
319
319
320
320
Percentage of Body Recovered and its
Effect on Identification Rates and
Cause/Manner of Death Determination
The Fourth Era of Forensic Anthropology:
Examining the Future of the Discipline
A New Method for Evaluating Orbit Shape
Debra Komar, PhD, Office of the Medical Investigator,
MSC11-6030, 1 University of New Mexico, Albuquerque,
NM 87131-0001; and Wendy E. Potter, MS*, Department of
Anthropology, MSC01-1040, 1 University of New Mexico,
Albuquerque, NM 87131-0001
Paul S. Sledzik, MS*, National Transportation Safety
Board, Office of Transportation Disaster Assistance, 490
L’Enfant Plaza East, SW, Washington, DC 20594-2000;
Todd W. Fenton, PhD*, Department of Anthropology, 354
Baker Hall, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI
48824; Michael W. Warren, PhD*, Department of
Anthropology, University of Florida, PO Box 117305,
Gainesville, FL 32611; John E. Byrd, PhD*, Joint
POW/MIA Accounting Command, Central Identification
Laboratory, 310 Worchester Avenue, Hickam AFB, HI
96853-5530; Christian Crowder, PhD*, Office of the Chief
Medical Examiner, 520 First Avenue, New York, NY 10016;
Shuala M. Drawdy, MA*, International Committee of the
Red Cross, 19 Avenue de la Paix, Geneva, 1202,
Switzerland; Dennis C. Dirkmaat, PhD*, Department of
Applied Forensic Sciences, Mercyhurst College, 501 East
38th Street, Erie, PA 16546; Alison Galloway, PhD*,
Chancellor’s Office, University of California, Santa Cruz,
1156 High Street, Santa Cruz, CA 95064; Michael
Finnegan, PhD*, Osteology Laboratory, Kansas State
University, 204 Waters Hall, Manhattan, KS 66506; Laura
C. Fulginiti, PhD*, and Kristen Hartnett, MA*, Maricopa
County Forensic Science Center, 701 West Jefferson,
Phoenix, AZ 85007; Thomas D. Holland, PhD*, Joint
POW/MIA Accounting Command, Central Identification
Laboratory, 310 Worchester Avenue, Hickam AFB, HI
96853-5530; Murray K. Marks, PhD*, Department of
Anthropology, University of Tennessee, 225 South Stadium
Hall, Knoxville, TN 37996; Stephen D. Ousley, PhD*,
Repatriation Office, Department of Anthropology, NMNHMRC 138, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC 200137012; Tracy Rogers, PhD*, Department of Anthropology,
University of Toronto at Mississauga, Mississauga, Ontario
L5L 1C6, Canada; Norman J. Sauer, PhD*, Department of
Anthropology, 354 Baker Hall, Michigan State University,
East Lansing, MI 48824; Tal L. Simmons, PhD*,
Department of Forensic and Investigative Science,
University of Central Lancashire, Preston, Preston PR1
2HE, United Kingdom; Steven A. Symes, PhD*, Department
of Applied Forensic Sciences, Mercyhurst College, 501 East
38th Street, Erie, PA 16546-0001; Morris Tidball-Binz,
MD*, International Committee of the Red Cross, 19 Avenue
de la Paix, Geneva, 1202, SWITZERLAND; and Douglas
Ubelaker, PhD*, Department of Anthropology, NMNHMRC 112, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC 20560
Shanna E. Williams, MA*, University of Florida, C.A.
Pound Human Identification Laboratory, 1376 Mowry
Road, Gainesville, FL 32610
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Morphological Characteristics of Ancestry
in the Fetal/Newborn Human Skeleton
The Curse of the Curvaceous Femur, the
Litigious Line, and the Intrepid
Investigator
Isotopic Determination of Region of Origin
in Modern Peoples: Applications for
Identification of U.S. War-Dead From the
Vietnam Conflict II
Richard Jantz: A Man of Impressive
Numbers
Estimating Geographic Ancestry of
Hispanic Crania Using Geometric
Morphometrics
Morphological Variation in the Cranial
Base: Implications for Sex and Ancestry
Estimation
Craniometrics as Jantz Taught Us:
Multiple Lines of Evidence to Deduce the
Affiliation of Painted “Aztec” Skulls
Repeatability and Error of Cranial
Landmark Coordinates
Morphological Variation of the Human
Knee: Implications for Sex and Ancestral
Designations
Sex Determination in the Human Sacrum:
Wing Index and Sacral Curvature
Lawrence Frelich, DDS, PhD, Department of Peridontics,
University of Maryland School of Dentistry, 666 West
Baltimore Street, Baltimore, MD 21201; and David R.
Hunt, PhD*, Smithsonian Institution, Department of
Anthropology, National Museum of Natural History,
Washington, DC 20013-7012
Gregory E. Berg, MA*, Sabrina C. Ta’ala, MA, Elias J.
Kontanis, PhD, and Sardiaa Plaud, BS, Joint POW/MIA
Accounting Command, Central Identification Laboratory,
310 Worchester Avenue, Hickam AFB, HI 96853-5530
Laura A. Regan, PhD*, Armed Forced Medical Examiner
System, 1413 Research Boulevard, Building 102, Rockville,
MD 20850; Anthony B. Falsetti, PhD, C.A. Pound Human
Identification Lab, University of Florida, PO Box 103615,
1376 Mowry Road, Gainesville, FL 32601; and Andrew
Tyrrell, PhD, Joint POW/MIA Accounting CommandCentral Identification Laboratory, 310 Worchester Avenue,
Hickam AFB, HI 96853
Lee Meadows Jantz, PhD*, Department of Anthropology,
University of Tennessee, 250 South Stadium Hall,
Knoxville, TN 37996
Katherine M. Spradley, PhD*, and Bridget F.B. AlgeeHewitt, MA, The University of Tennessee, Department of
Anthropology, 250 South Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN
37996
Ashley H. McKeown, PhD*, Department of Anthropology,
University of Montana, Missoula, MT 59812; and Daniel J.
Wescott, PhD, Department of Anthropology, University of
Missouri, Columbia, MO 65211
Susan M.T. Myster, PhD*, Hamline University, MB 196,
1536 Hewitt Avenue, St. Paul, MN 55104; Erin Kimmerle,
PhD, University of South Florida, Soc 110, 4202 East
Fowler, Tampa, FL 33620; and Ann H. Ross, PhD, North
Carolina State University, Campus Box 8107, Raleigh, NC
27695-8107
Ann H. Ross, PhD*, North Carolina State University,
Department of Sociology and Anthropology, CB 8107,
Raleigh, NC 27695-8107; and Shanna Williams, MA,
University of Florida, C.A. Pound Human Identification
Laboratory, Gainesville, FL 32611
Erin B. Waxenbaum, MA*, C.A. Pound Human
Identification Lab, University of Florida, PO Box 103615,
1376 Mowry Road, Gainesville, FL 32610; Anthony B.
Falsetti, PhD, C.A. Pound Human Identification Lab,
University of Florida, PO Box 103615, 1376 Mowry Road,
Gainesville, FL 32601; and David R. Hunt, PhD, National
Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution,
Department of Anthropology, Washington, DC 20560
Michaela M. Huffman, BS*, National Museum of Natural
History, Department of Anthropology, MRC112, 10th &
Constitution Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20560-0112;
and David R. Hunt, PhD, National Museum of Natural
History, Department of Anthropology/MRC112, 10th &
Constitution Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20560-0112
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New Statistical Approaches to Sex
Estimation: Multi-Stage Discriminant
Function Analysis
The Value of Experience, Education, and
Methods in Ancestry Prediction
Using Growth Data to Understand Secular
Trends in Femur Diaphyseal Size and
Shape among American Adults
SIRLI (Sistema de Identificación de Restos
y Localización de Individuos): A Review of
the First Year of Mexico’s Database for
Missing Persons
An Argument for the Increased
Involvement of Forensic Anthropologists in
Mass Fatality Incidents in the United
States, United Kingdom and Europe
Introducing Forensic Anthropology to
Albania Using the Problem-Based
Learning Model
The Importance of Archaeological Site
Formation Processes and Flexible
Excavation Strategies to the Development
of Successful Medicolegal Approaches to
Mass Graves Excavation: Al Hatra, Iraq
Creating a Standardized Approach to
Capacity Building Programs in Forensic
Anthropology: Human Rights
Investigations in Colombia
The Current and Potential Role of Forensic
Anthropology in Cambodia
Grave Problems in Iraq
Stephen D. Ousley, PhD*, Smithsonian Institution, PO Box
37012, NMNH MRC 138, Washington, DC 20013-7012;
and John E. Byrd, PhD, Joint POW/MIA Accounting,
Central Identification Laboratory, 310 Worchester Avenue,
Hickam AFB, HI 96853
Joseph T. Hefner, MA*, Forensic Anthropology Center,
Department of Anthropology, University of Tennessee,
Knoxville, TN 37996; Paul D. Emanovsky, MS, and John
Byrd, PhD, Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command, 310
Worchester Avenue, Building 45, Hickam AFB, HI 96853;
and Stephen D. Ousley, PhD, National Museum of Natural
History, Smithsonian Institution, PO Box 37012 MRC 138,
Washington, DC 20013
Daniel J Wescott, PhD*, University of Missouri-Columbia,
Department of Anthropology, 107 Swallow Hall, Columbia,
MO 65211
Lori E. Baker, PhD*, Baylor University, Department of
Anthropology, Forensic Science and Archaeology, One
Bear Place #97388, Waco, TX 76798
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Frank A. Ciaccio, MPA*, Kenyon International Emergency
Services, Inc., 15180 Grand Point Drive, Houston, TX
77090; and Nick Haig, BA, Msc*, Kenyon International
Emergency Services, Inc., 1, The Western Centre, Western
Road, Bracknell, RG12 1RW, England, United Kingdom
Thomas A. Crist, PhD*, and John H. Johnsen, PhD, Utica
College, 1600 Burrstone Road, Utica, NY 13304
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Joan E. Baker, PhD*, and Eric B Emery, PhD, Joint
POW/MIA Accounting Command Central Identification
Laboratory, 310 Worchester Avenue, Building 45, Hickam
AFB, HI 96853
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Jennifer L. Beatty, JD*, Department of Justice, Criminal
Division, International Criminal Investigative Training
Assistance Program, 1331 F Street NW Suite 500,
Washington, DC 20530; Andrew Tyrrell, PhD, Eric Emery,
PhD, William R. Belcher, PhD, and Derek C. Benedix,
PhD, Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command, Central
Identification Laboratory, Building 45, 310 Worchester
Avenue, Hickam AFB, HI 96853-3350; and Liliana del
Amparo Segura Leal, and Manuel A. Torres Rojas,
Prosecutor General’s Office, Technical Investigation Corps
(CTI), Diagonal 22B No. 52-01, Bogota, DC, Colombia
Sabrina C. Ta’ala, MA*, and Gregory E. Berg, MA, Joint
POW/MIA Accounting Command, Central Identification
Laboratory, 310 Worchester Avenue, Hickam AFB, HI
96853-5530
Derek R. Congram, BA Honours, MSc, MA*, 393 Pinehurst
Drive, RR4 Belle River, Ontario N0R 2A0, Canada; and
Ambika Flavel, BA, MSc Forensic Archaeology, Regime
Crimes Liaison Office, RCLO/Mass Graves, APO, AE
09342
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Differential Diagnosis of Torture in
Skeletal Remains
Blasting Injuries in Human Rights Cases
and Armed Conflicts
Decomposition in a Mass Grave and the
Implications for Post Mortem Interval
Estimates
The Decomposition of Human Remains
Recovered From the River Clyde,
Scotland: A Comparative Study of UK
Fluvial Systems
The Boy in the Chimney: A Case Study in
Human Decomposition
Patella Sex Determination by 3D Statistical
Shape Models and Nonlinear Classifiers
The Problem-Based Learning Approach to
Forensic Anthropology at Butrint National
Park, Albania: The International Student
Perspective
Long Bone Ratios for the Bosnian Male
Population
The Mastoid Sinuses and Their Potential in
Comparative Radiology for Forensic
Anthropology
The Petrous Portion of the Human
Temporal Bone Revisited: A Bayesian
Analysis of its Potential Value in the
Identification of Human Skeletal Remains
Mandibular Morphology as an Indicator of
Human Subadult Age: Interlandmark and
Geometric Morphometric Approaches
Jose P. Baraybar, BA, MS*, and Carmen R. Cardoza, BA,
Equipo Peruano de Antropologia Forense (EPAF), Arnaldo
Marquez 2144-D, Lima, Lima 11, Peru
Erin H. Kimmerle, PhD*, University of South Florida,
Department of Anthropology, 4202 East Fowler Avenue,
SOC 107, Tampa, FL 33620- 8100; and Jose Pablo
Baraybar, MSc, Peruvian Forensic Anthropology Team
(EPAF), Toribio Pacheco 216 Lima 18 Peru, Lima, 18,
Peru
Rebecca E. White*, 1 Harlestone Court, Harlestone Road,
Dallington, Northampton, Northamptonshire, NN5 7AP,
United Kingdom
Vivienne G. Heaton, MS*, and Tal Simmons, PhD,
Department of Forensic and Investigative Science,
University of Central Lancashire, Preston, Lancashire PR1
2HE, United Kingdom
Elizabeth A. Miller, PhD*, Cal State Los Angeles and Los
Angeles County Coroner, Department of Anthropology,
5151 State University Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90032
Mohamed Mahfouz, PhD, Ahmed M. Badawi, PhD,
Brandon C. Merkl, MS, Emam ElHak Ali Abd ElFatah, MS,
Emily Pritchard, BS, and Katherine R. Kesler, BS,
Department of Mechanical, Aerospace and Biomedical
Engineering, 301 Perkins Hall, University of Tennessee,
Knoxville, TN 37996; and Megan K. Moore, MS*, Richard
L. Jantz, PhD, and Lee Meadows Jantz, PhD, Department
of Anthropology, 250 South Stadium Hall, University of
Tennessee, Knoxville, TN 37996
Alyson E. Jaagumagi*, University of Toronto, 100 St.
George Street, Toronto, Ontario M5S 3G3, Canada; Bo
Yeon Kim*, Bryn Mawr College, 101 North Merion Avenue,
Bryn Mawr, PA 19010-2899; Danielle Stollak, Haverford
College, 370 Lancaster Avenue, Haverford, PA 190411392; and Meisha Bray*, Grand Valley State University, 1
Campus Drive, Allendale, MI 49401-9401
Alexandra M. Klonowski, MS*, and Tal Simmons, PhD,
University of Central Lancashire, Maudland Building,
Preston, Lancashire PR1 2HE, United Kingdom
Pamela M Steger, BA, MS*, Travis County Medical
Examiners Office, 934 Sycamore Street, San Marcos, TX
78666; and Daniel Jackson, BA, MA, Travis County
Medical Examiners Office, 104 B Ladybird Lane, San
Marcos, TX 78666
Jason M. Wiersema, PhD*, Harris County Medical
Examiner, 1885 Old Spanish Trail, Houston, TX
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Daniel Franklin, PhD*, Centre for Forensic Science,
School of Anatomy and Human Biology, The University of
Western Australia, MBDP 420, 35 Stirling Highway,
Crawley, Perth, Western Australia 6009, Australia; and
Andrea Cardini, PhD, Functional Morphology and
Evolution Research Unit, The Hull York Medical School,
Heslington, York Y010 5DD, United Kingdom
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Assessment of Histomorphological
Features of the Fourth Rib for Age
Estimation in Koreans
Age-Related Histomorphometric Changes
in Fetal and Infant Long Bones
Utilization of the Iscan Method on Multislice Computed Tomography
Reconstructions for Assessment of Aging:
A Preliminary Study
Estimating Time Since Death From Human
Skeletal Remains by Radioisotope and
Trace Element Analysis
Even in Alaska! Missing Person or
Cremains and How to Tell the Difference
Forensic Anthropology Investigation of
Human Rights Violations in the Ixil and
Ixcan areas of Guatemala
Most Common Variation and Dental
Anomalies in Skeletons Analyzed in the
Laboratory of the Guatemalan Forensic
Anthropology Foundation
Diverse Stature Estimation Formulae
Applied to a Bosnian Population
A Simple Technique for Imaging the
Human Skeleton: An Application Using the
Auricular Surface for Aging
Yi-Suk Kim, MD*, Department of Anatomy, Gahon
University of Medicine and Science, 1198, Kuwol-dong,
Namdong-gu, Incheon, 405760, South Korea; Dae-Kyoon
Park, PhD, Department of Anatomy, College of Medicine,
Soonchunhyang University, 366-1, Ssangyong-dong,
Cheonan-si, Chungcheongnam-do 330946, South Korea;
and Deog-Im Kim, Je-Hoon Lee, and Seung-Ho Han, PhD,
Department of Anatomy, College of Medicine, The Catholic
University of Korea, 505, Banpo-dong, Seocho-gu, Seoul,
137701, South Korea
Courtney D. Eleazer, BS*, and Murray K. Marks, PhD,
Department of Anthropology, University of Tennessee,
Knoxville, 250 South Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN 37996
Fabrice Dedouit, MD*, Stéphanie Bindel, David Gainza,
MD, and Anthony Blanc, MD, Service de Médecine Légale,
Hôpital de Rangueil, 1 Avenue du Professeur Jean Poulhès,
TSA 50032, Toulouse Cedex 9, 31059, France; Francis
Joffre, PhD, Service de Radiologie Générale, Hôpital de
Rangueil, 1 Avenue du Professeur Jean Poulhès, TSA
50032, Toulouse Cedex 9, 31059, France; and Daniel
Rouge, PhD, and Norbert Telmon, PhD, Service de
Médecine Légale, Hôpital de Rangueil, 1 Avenue du
Professeur Jean Poulhès, TSA 50032, Toulouse Cedex 9,
31059, France
Sheridan J. Howard, BHS*, Centre for Forensic Science,
The University of Western Australia, 35 Stirling Highway,
Crawley, WA 6009, Australia; and Jan Meyer, PhD, School
of Anatomy & Human Biology, 35 Stirling Highway,
Crawley, WA 6009, Australia
Kathleen Day, MS*, State of Alaska Medical Examiner’s
Office, 4500 South Boniface Parkway, Anchorage, AK
99507; and David McMahan, MA, Alalska Department of
Natural Resources, Office of History & Archaelogy, 3601 C
Street, Suite 1278, Anchorage, AK 99503
Lourdes A. Penados, MS*, CAFCA, 2a. calle 6-77 zona 1,
Guatemala, 01001, Guatemala; and Tal L. Simmons, PhD,
University of Central Lancashire, Department of Forensic
and Investigative Sciences, Maudland Building 114,
Preston, Lancashire PR12HE, United Kingdom
Shirley C. Chacón, BA*, and Leonel E. Paiz, BA,
Fundación de Antropología Forense de Guatemala
(FAFG), Avenida Simeón Cañas 10- 64 Zona 2, Guatemala
City, 01002, Guatemala
Nermin Sarajlic, MD, PhD*, Eva-Elvira Klonowski, PhD,
and Senem Skulj, BSc, ICMP, Alipasina 45A, Sarajevo,
71000, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Sherry C. Fox, PhD*, Wiener Laboratory, American School
of Classical Studies at Athens, 54 Souidias Street, Athens,
Attica GR106-76, Greece; and Sotiris K. Manolis, PhD, and
Constantinos Eliopoulos, PhD, Department of Animal and
Human Physiology, Division of Biology, University of
Athens, Athens, Attica GR106-76, Greece
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Analysis of Commingled Remains Using
Archaeology, Anthropology, and DNA: A
Case Study from North Korea
Investigating the Spanish Civil War:
Forensic Anthropological Investigations in
Santaella
Sifting Through the “Ashes”: Age and Sex
Estimation Based on Cremains Weight
Burned Human Remains: Myths in
Forensic Science
Establishing the Perimortem Interval:
Correlation Between Bone Moisture
Content and Blunt Force Trauma
Characters
Bone-Breaking Rules: A Report of Six
Fracture Mechanism-of-Injury Axioms
Developed From Experimental Impact
Testing
Trace Element Analysis of Human Bone
Using Portable XRF
Physical Matches of Bone, Tooth, and Shell
Fragments: A Validation Study
Three-Dimensional Variation in Face
Shape in a Large Study Sample
Facial Soft Tissue Depths in Craniofacial
Identification: Properties Gleaned From a
Comparative Bottom-Up Approach
Alexander F. Christensen, PhD*, and William R. Belcher,
PhD*, Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command, Central
Identification Laboratory, 310 Worchester Avenue, Hickam
AFB, HI 96853; and Sarah Bettinger, MSFS, Armed Forces
DNA Identification Laboratory, 1413 Research Boulevard,
Building 101, Rockville, MD 20850
Dawnie W. Steadman, PhD*, Binghamton University,
Department of Anthropology, PO Box 6000, Binghamton,
NY 13902-6000; Elena Sintes Olives, MA, and Camila
Oliart Caravatti, MA, Autonomous University of Barcelona,
Department of Prehistory, Edifici B, Barcelona, 08193,
Spain; and Jennifer M. Bauder, MA, Binghamton
University, Department of Anthropology, PO Box 6000,
Binghamton, NY 13902-6000
Traci L Van Deest, BA*, California State University, Chico,
Department of Anthropology, 311 Butte Hall, Chico, CA
95929
Elayne J. Pope, MA*, University of Arkansas, 330 Old
Main, Anthropology Department, Fayetteville, AR 72701
Danielle A. Miller Wieberg, MA*, 4107 Meredith Road,
Knoxville, TN 37921
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Tyler A. Kress, PhD*, BEST Engineering, 2312 Craig Cove
Road, Knoxville, TN 37919; David J. Porta, PhD,
Bellarmine University, Department of Biology, 2001
Newburg Road, Louisville, KY 40205; Anne M. Kroman,
MA, University of Tennessee, Department of Anthropology,
Knoxville, TN 37996; and Bryce O. Anderson, PhD, BEST
Engineering, 2312 Craig Cove, Knoxville, TN 37919
Jennifer J. Prutsman-Pfeiffer, MA*, University of Rochester
Medical Center, Autopsy and Neuropathology, 601
Elmwood Avenue, Box 626, Rochester, NY 14642; and
Peter J. Bush, BS, South Campus Instrument Center, School
of Dental Medicine, State University of New York at
Buffalo, Buffalo, NY 14214
Angi M. Christensen, PhD*, Federal Bureau of
Investigation Laboratory, 2501 Investigation Parkway,
Quantico, VA 22135; and Adam D. Sylvester, PhD, The
University of Tennessee, Department of Mechanical,
Aerospace and Biomedical Engineering, 301 Perkins Hall,
Knoxville, TN 37996
Martin P. Evison, PhD*, University of Toronto at
Mississauga, Forensic Science Program, 3359 Mississauga
Road North, Mississauga, ON L5L 1C6, Canada; and
Richard W. Vorder Bruegge, PhD, Federal Bureau of
Investigation, Forensic Audio, Video and Image Analysis
Unit, Engineering Research Facility, Building 27958A,
Quantico, VA 22135
Carl N. Stephan, PhD*, The University of Queensland,
Anatomy and Developmental Biology, The University of
Queensland, Brisbane, QLD 4072, Australia; and Ellie K.
Simpson, PhD, Forensic Science South Australia, 21 Divett
Place, Adelaide, SA 5000, Australia
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Examination of Identification Methods
Used by Medical Examiners: A Facility
Study
The Technique of Sampling Skeletal
Remains for Mitochondrial DNA Testing
DNA Preservation of Skeletal Elements
From the World Trade Center Disaster:
Some Recommendations for Mass Disaster
Management
Considerations in Differentiating
Negligence From Deliberate Misconduct —
Lessons Learned From Tri-State
Crematorium
The Donation Dilemma: Academic Ethics
and Public Participation at the
Anthropological Research Facility
Daubert and Kumho: Implications for
Anthropologists in the Courtroom
Bones of Contention - The Investigation of
a Cadaver Dog Handler
Angela Soler, BS*, and Todd W. Fenton, PhD, Michigan
State University, 354 Baker Hall, East Lansing, MI 48824;
and Joyce L. deJong, DO, Sparrow Hospital, 1215 East
Michigan Avenue, Lansing, MI 48909
Audrey L. Meehan, BGS*, Joint POW/MIA Accounting
Command/ Central Identification Laboratory, 310
Worchester Avenue, Building 45, Hickam AFB, HI 96853
Amy Z Mundorff, MA*, Simon Fraser University,
Department of Archaeology, 8888 University Dr, Burnaby,
BC V5A 1S6, Canada; and Eric J Bartelink, PhD,
California State University, Chico, Department of
Anthropology, Butte Hall 311, Chico, CA 95929
Hugh E. Berryman, PhD*, Sociology and Anthropology,
PO Box 10, Middle Tennessee State University,
Murfreesboro, TN 37132; and Carrie Anne Berryman, MA,
Department of Anthropology, Vanderbilt University, 2301
Vanderbilt Place, Box 356050, Station B, Nashville, TN
37235
Bridget Algee-Hewitt, MA*, Rebecca J Wilson, MA, and
Lee Meadows Jantz, PhD, University of Tennessee, 250
South Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN 37996
Christopher R. Grivas, MS*, and Debra Komar, PhD,
University of New Mexico, Department of Anthropology,
MSC01 1040, Office of the Medical Investigator, MSC11
6131, 1 University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM
87131-0001
Amy L. Michaud, BS*, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco,
Firearms, and Explosives, National Laboratory Center,
6000 Ammendale Road, Ammendale, MD 20705; Douglas
H. Ubelaker, PhD, Department of Anthropology, NMNHMRC112, Smithsonian Institution, Washington DC, 20560;
and Norman J. Sauer, PhD, Department of Anthropology,
Michigan State University, 354 Baker Hall, East Lansing,
MI 48824
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Estimating Time Since Injury From
Healing Stages Observed in Radiographs
The Human Petrous Temporal Bone:
Potential for Forensic Individuation
Results of Forensic Anthropological
Examination in Daegu Subway Disaster
(2003, Korea)
Population Variation in the Sacrum
Skull and Photo Superimposition
Technique Used to Aid in the Identification
Process
Selection of Variables for Discriminant
Analysis of Human Crania for Determining
Ancestry
Age of Closure of the Spheno-Occipital
Synchondrosis in the Arabian Gulf Region
Sexual Dimorphism in the Subadult
Mandible: Quantification Using Geometric
Morphometrics
Forensic GPR: Using Ground-Penetrating
Radar to Search for Buried Bodies
A Case of Historical Homicide in Northern
Nevada
2006
Kevin B. Hufnagl, MA*, 601 Lindsay Place, Apartment
B14, Knoxville, TN 37919
Jason M. Wiersema, MA*, Department of Anthropology,
Texas A&M University, College Station, TX 77843-4352
Dae-Kyoon Park, MD, PhD*, Department of Anatomy,
College of Medicine, Soonchunhyang University, 366-1,
Ssangyong-dong, Chungcheongnam-do, Cheonan-si,
330946, Korea; Yi-Suk Kim, MD, and Nak-Eun Chung,
MD, PhD, Division of Forensic Medicine National Institute
of Scientific Investigation, 331-1 Sinwol 7 -dong,
Yangcheon-gu, Seoul, 158707 Korea; and Seung-Ho Han,
MD, PhD, Department of Anatomy, Catholic Institute for
Applied Anatomy, College of Medicine, The Catholic
University of Korea, 505 Banpo-dong, Socho-gu, Seoul
137701 Korea
Jaime L. Loichinger, BA*, and Cynthia A. Wilczak, PhD,
University of Maryland, College Park-Dept. of
Anthropology, 1111 Woods Hall, College Park, MD 20742
Audrey L. Meehan, BGS*, and Robert W. Mann, PhD, Joint
POW/MIA Accounting Command/Central Identification
Laboratory, 310 Worchester Avenue, Hickam AFB, HI
96853
Adam Kolatorowicz, MS*, 4510 Marcy Lane, # 41,
Indianapolis, IN 46205
361
M. Essam E. El-Sheikh, MD, PhD*, and Salwa Ramadan,
MD, PO Box 1747, Farwaina 1747, Kuwait
Daniel Franklin, PhD, and Charles E. Oxnard, MBChB,
PhD, Centre for Forensic Science, School of Anatomy and
Human Biology, The University of Western Australia, 35
Stirling Highway, Crawley, Perth, Western Australia 6009,
Australia; Paul O’Higgins, MBChB, PhD, Functional
Morphology and Evolution Research Group, The University
of York, Heslington, York Y010 5DD, United Kingdom; and
Ian Dadour, PhD*, and Robin Napper, BA, Centre for
Forensic Science, The University of Western Australia, 35
Stirling Highway, Crawley, Perth, Western Australia 6009,
Australia
Johh J. Schultz, PhD*, University of Central Florida,
Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Orlando, FL
32816-1360
Ryan W. Schmidt, BS*, 1424 Santa Anita Drive, Apartment
B, Las Vegas, NV 89119; and Jennifer L. Thompson, PhD,
University of Nevada, Las Vegas, 4505 Maryland Parkway,
Las Vegas, NV 89154
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What Matters - Size or Shape? ThreeDimensional Analysis of Craniofacial
Sexual Variation Among American
Populations
Estimation of Living Stature From Selected
Anthropometric (Soft Tissue)
Measurements: How do These Compare
With Osteometric (Skeletal)
Measurements?
Morphological, Metric, and Morphometric
Variation in the Midface
An Assessment of Non-Metric Traits of the
Mandible Used in the Determination of
Ancestry
Discriminant Function Analysis as Applied
to Mandibular Morphology to Assess
Population Affinity
Morphoscopic Traits and the Statistical
Determination of Ancestry II
Ontogeny of Femur Subtrochanteric
Shape: Implications for Determining
Ancestry Using the Platymeric Index
A New Method for Estimating Age-atDeath From the First Rib
Stature Estimation Based on Dimensions of
the Bony Pelvis and Proximal Femur
Evaluation of Three Methods of Age
Estimation From Human Skeletal Remains
(Suchey-Brooks, Lamendin, and Two-Step
Strategy)
Ann H. Ross, PhD*, North Carolina State University,
Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Campus Box
8107, Raleigh, NC 27695- 8107; Erin H. Kimmerle, PhD,
University of South Florida, Department of Anthropology,
4202 East Fowler Avenue, SOC 107, Tampa, FL 336208100; Dennis E. Slice, PhD, Institute for Anthropology,
University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria; and Anthony B.
Falsetti, PhD, University of Florida, CA Pound Human ID
Laboratory, Department of Anthropology, Gainesville, FL
32611
Bradley J. Adams, PhD*, Office of Chief Medical
Examiner, City of New York, 520 First Avenue, New York,
NY 10016; and Nicholas P. Herrmann, PhD, University of
Tennessee, Department of Anthropology, 250 South
Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN 37996
Stephen D. Ousley, PhD*, Smithsonian Institution, NMNH
MRC 138, PO Box 37012, Washington, DC 20013-7012;
and Lisa M. Martinez, Department of Anthropology,
Harvard University, 11 Divinity Avenue, Cambridge, MA
02138
Nicolette M. Parr, MS*, Department of Anthropology,
University of Florida, Gainesville, FL 32611
366
Gregory E. Berg, MA*, Joint POW/MIA Accounting
Command, 310 Worchester Avenue, Hickam AFB, HI
96853-5530
Joseph T. Hefner, BA, MA*, Department of Anthropology,
University of Florida, Gainesville, FL 32611; and Stephen
D. Ousley, PhD, Department of Anthropology, Smithsonian
Institution, Washington, DC 20560
Daniel J. Wescott, PhD*, University of Missouri-Columbia,
Department of Anthropology, 107 Swallow Hall, Columbia,
MO 65211
Elizabeth A. DiGangi, MA*, and Jonathan D. Bethard, MA,
University of Tennessee, Department of Anthropology, 250
South Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN 37916; Erin H.
Kimmerle, PhD, University of South Florida, Department of
Anthropology, 4202 East Fowler Avenue, SOC 107, Tampa,
FL 33620-8100; and Lyle W. Konigsberg, PhD, University
of Tennessee, Department of Anthropology, 250 South
Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN 37996
Carolyn L. Giroux, BA*, 6200 East Richland Road,
Columbia, MO 65201; and Daniel J. Wescott, PhD,
University of Missouri-Columbia, Department of
Anthropology, 107 Swallow Hall, Columbia, MO 65211
Rika Prodhan, BS*, 547 Cedar Branch Road, League City,
TX 77573; Douglas H. Ubelaker, PhD, Department of
Anthropology, MRC 112, National Museum of Natural
History, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC 20560;
and Debra A. Prince, PhD, Joint POW/MIA Accounting
Command Central Identification Laboratory, 310
Worchester Avenue, Building 45, Hickam AFB, HI 96853
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Evaluation of Purkait’s Triangle Method
for Determining Sexual Dimorphism
Sex Determination From the Hyoid Body
Forensic Application of Epiphyseal
Sequencing
Research Trends During the History of the
Physical Anthropology Section at the
AAFS Annual Meetings
Estimating the Postmortem Interval in
Freshwater Environments
Missing, Present, and Left Behind
Gooney Birds and Rocky Clouds:
Perimortem Trauma in World War II C-47
Crashes From Papua New Guinea
Of Butterflies and Spirals: Interpretation
of Fractures in Motor Vehicle vs.
Pedestrian Accidents
Orthopedic Devices and the William M.
Bass Donated Skeletal Collection:
Implications for Forensic Anthropological
Identification
The Effects of Household Corrosive
Substances on Human Bone and Teeth
Artists Contribution to Facial
Reconstruction
Superficial Ancestral Characteristics of the
Nose
Robert P. Brown, MFS*, 22nd Military Police Battalion
(CID), USACIDC, PO Box 331009, Mailstop #84, Fort
Lewis, WA 98433; Douglas H. Ubelaker, PhD, Smithsonian
Institution’s National Museum of Natural History,
Department of Anthropology, 10th and Constitution Avenue
NW, MRC 112, PO Box 37012, Washington, DC 20013;
and Moses S. Schanfield, PhD, The George Washington
University, Department of Forensic Sciences, 2036 H Street
NW, 102 Samson Hall, Washington, DC 20052
Jered B. Cornelison, MS*, Michigan State University,
Department of Anthropology, 204 Olds Hall, East Lansing,
MI 48824; Wendy L. Lackey- Cornelison, MA, Michigan
State University, Department of Anthropology, 426 East
Fee Hall, East Lansing, MI 28824; and Brian C. Hunter,
PhD, 1215 East Michigan Avenue, Lansing, MI 48912
Maureen C. Schaefer, MA*, University of Dundee, Anatomy
and Forensic Anthropology, Faculty of Life Sciences,
University of Dundee, Dow Street, Dundee, DD1 5EH,
Scotland
Derek C. Benedix, PhD*, JPAC-CIL, 310 Worchester
Avenue, Building 45, Hickam AFB, HI 96853-5530; and
William R. Belcher, PhD, JPACCIL, 310 Worchester
Avenue, Building 45, Hickam AFB, HI 96853-5530
Billie L. Seet, MA*, 16 Arcola Street #2, Jamaica Plain,
MA, 02130
Julie M. Saul, BA*, and Frank P. Saul, PhD, Lucas County
(Toledo) Coroners Office and Wayne County (Detroit)
Medical Examiners Office, 3518 East Lincolnshire Blvd,
Toledo, OH 4360
Alexander F. Christensen, PhD*, Joint POW/MIA
Accounting Command, Central Identification Laboratory,
310 Worchester Ave., Hickam AFB, HI 96853
Laura C. Fulginiti, PhD*, Kristen M. Hartnett, MA, Kevin
D. Horn, MD, and Ruth E. Kohlmeier, MD, Forensic
Science Center, 701 West Jefferson, Phoenix, AZ 85007
Rebecca J. Wilson, MA*, Jonathan D. Bethard, MA, and
Elizabeth A. DiGangi, MA, The University of Tennessee,
Department of Anthropology, 250 South Stadium Hall,
Knoxville, TN 37996
Darcy J. Cope*, and Tosha L. Dupras, PhD, University of
Central Florida, Department of Sociology and
Anthropology, Orlando, FL 32816
Gloria L. Nusse, BFA*, Clay and Bones, 129 Stanford
Avenue, Mill Valley, CA 94941; and Alison Galloway,
PhD*, University of California, Santa Cruz, Anthropolgy
Department, Social Science One FS, Santa Cruz, CA 95064
Stephanie M. Crider, BA*, 4525 North Leata Lane, La
Canada, CA 91011
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Morphometrics Using Radiographic Study
of Thyroid Cartilage for Age-Estimation in
Korean Males
Isotopic Determination of Region of Origin
in Modern Peoples: Applications for
Identification of U.S. War-Dead From the
Vietnam Conflict
Non-Destructive Microscopic
Differentiation of Human From NonHuman Fragmentary Burned Bone
The Detection of Microscopic Markers of
Haemorrhaging and Wound Age on Dry
Bone: Beating the Barriers Between
Forensic Anthropology and Forensic
Pathology
Differential Diagnosis of Gout in Skeletal
Remains
Bevel, Bevel in my Bone, Be it Bullet or Be
it Stone? Misidentification of Blunt Force
Trauma as Ballistic Entrance Wounds in
Burned Cranial Bone
The Difference Between “Pala” and “Palo”
is the Instrument of Death
Scanning Electron Microscopy of Saw
Marks in Bone: Assessment of WearRelated Features of the Kerf Wall
Seasonal Variation of Scavenging and
Associated Faunal Activity on Pig
Carcasses in South Western Australia
A Preliminary Investigation of
Decomposition in Cold Climate
Dae-Kyoon Park, MD, PhD*, and Jeong-Sik Ko, PhD,
Department of Anatomy, College of Medicine,
Soonchunhyang University, 366-1, Ssangyong-dong,
Chungcheongnam-do, Cheonan-si, 330946, Korea; and
Deog-Im Kim, MA, U-Young Lee, MD, and Seung-Ho Han,
MD, PhD, Department of Anatomy, Catholic Institute for
Applied Anatomy, College of Medicine, The Catholic
University of Korea, 505 Banpo-dong, Sochogu, Seoul,
137701, Korea
Laura A. Regan, MS*, and Anthony B. Falsetti, PhD, C.A.
Pound Human Identification Lab, Department of
Anthropology, University of Florida, PO Box 112545,
Building 114, Gainesville, FL 32611; and Andrew Tyrrell,
PhD, Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command-CIL, 310
Worchester Avenue, Hickam Air Force Base, HI 96853
Elayne J. Pope, MA, Trey Batey, MA*, and Jerome C. Rose,
PhD, University of Arkansas, 330 Old Main, Fayetteville,
AR 72701
Cristina Cattaneo, PhD, MD*, and Eloisa Marinelli, MD,
Istituto di Medicina Legale, via Mangiagalli 37, Milano,
20133, Italy; Salvatore Andreola, MD, Istituto Nazionale
per la Cura Dei Tumori, via venezian 1, Milano, 20133,
Italy; and Pasquale Poppa, BSc, and Marco Grandi, MD,
Istituto di Medicina Legale, via Mangiagalli 37, Milano,
20133, Italy
Christopher R. Grivas, MS*, University of New Mexico,
Department of Anthropology, 1 University of New Mexico,
Albuquerque, NM 87131
Elayne J. Pope, MA*, University of Arkansas, 330 Old
Main, Fayetteville, AR 72701; O’Brian C. Smith, MD, 381
Cherry Hollow, Cordova, TN 38018; and Kate M. Spradley,
MA, University of Tennessee, 250 South Stadium Drive,
Knoxville, TN 37996
Turhon A. Murad, PhD*, Anthropology Department,
California State University, Chico, CA 95929-0400
Laurel Freas, MA*, Department of Anthropology, CA
Pound Human ID Laboratory, University of Florida, PO
Box 112545, Gainesville, FL 32611
R. Christopher O’Brien, BA, MFS*, University of Western
Australia, Centre for Forensic Science, 35 Stirling
Highway, Mail Bag M420, Crawley, WA 6009, Australia;
Shari L. Forbes, PhD, University of Ontario Institute of
Technology, Faculty of Science, 2000 Simcoe Street, North,
Oshawa, ON L1H 7K4, Canada; Jan Meyer, PhD,
University of Western Australia, School of Anatomy and
Human Biology, 35 Stirling Highway, Mail Bag M360,
Crawley, WA 6009, Australia; and Ian Dadour, University
of Western Australia, Centre for Forensic Science, 35
Stirling Highway, Mail Bag M420, Crawley, WA 6009,
Australia
Ann W. Bunch, PhD*, State University of New York at
Oswego, 310 Mahar Hall, Department of Anthropology,
Oswego, NY 13126
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Assessing the Effect of Repeated Physical
Disturbance Associated With Data
Collection in Experimental Decomposition
Studies
Beetle Poop: Interpret With Caution in
Southeast Texas
Temperature Variability in the Burial
Environment
The Shallow Grave as an Option for
Disposing of the Recently Deceased: Goals
and Consequences
How to Look a Gift Corpse in the Mouth:
Season at Death Determined by Cementum
Increment Analysis
Anthropological Saw Mark Analysis on
Bone: What is the Potential of
Dismemberment Interpretation?
Working With Family Members of
Decedents: A Discussion of Techniques for
Forensic Scientists
Anthropologist Directed Triage Teams
From Three Distinct Mass Fatality Events
Involving Human Fragmentation
Rachel E. Adlam, MSc*, and Tal L. Simmons, PhD,
University of Central Lancashire, Department of Forensic
and Investigative Science, Maudland Building, Preston,
PR1 2HE, United Kingdom
Dwayne A. Wolf, MD, PhD*, Harris County Medical
Examiner Office, 1885 Old Spanish Trail, Houston, TX
77054; Harrell Gill-King, PhD, University of North Texas,
PO Box 305220, Denton, TX 76203; Lee M. Goff, PhD,
Chaminade University of Honolulu, 3140 Waialae Avenue,
Honolulu, HI 96816
Misty A. Weitzel, PhD*, Oregon State University, Waldo
212, Corvallis, OR 97333
Dennis C. Dirkmaat, PhD*, and Luis L. Cabo, MS,
Mercyhurst College, Department Applied Forensic
Sciences, Zurn 119A, 501 East 38th Street, Erie, PA 16546
Vicki L. Wedel, MA*, Department of Anthropology,
University of California, 1156 High Street, SS1 Faculty
Services, Santa Cruz, CA 95064-1077; Shannon Bowman,
BA, Texas A&M University, Department of Anthropology,
College Station, TX 77483
Steven A. Symes, PhD*, Department of Applied Forensic
Sciences, Mercyhurst College, 501 East 38th Street, Erie,
PA 16546; Anne M. Kroman, MA, Department of
Anthropology, University of Tennessee, 250 South Stadium
Hall, Knoxville, TN 37996; Susan M.T. Myster, PhD,
Hamline University, Department of Anthropology, St. Paul,
MN 55104; and Christopher W. Rainwater, BA, and John J.
Matia, MS, Mercyhurst College, Department of
Forensic/Biological Anthropology, Erie, PA 16546
Paul S. Sledzik, MS*, National Transportation Safety
Board, Office of Transportation Disaster Assistance, 490
L’Enfant Plaza East, SW, Washington, DC 20594; Lee
Meadows Jantz, PhD*, Forensic Anthropology Center,
University of Tennessee, 250 South Stadium Hall,
Knoxville, TN 37996-0720; Amy Z. Mundorff, MA*, Simon
Fraser University, 611-1485 West 6th Avenue, Vancouver,
BC V6H 4G1, Canada; Giovanna M. Vidoli, MSc*, Office
of Chief Medical Examiner, 520 First Avenue, New York,
NY 10016; Thomas D. Holland, PhD*, Joint POW/MIA
Accounting Command, Central Identification Laboratory,
310 Worchester Avenue, Hickam AFB, HI 96853; Darinka
X. Mileusnic- Polchan, MD, PhD*, University of Tennessee
Medical Center, Department of Pathology/Knox County
Office of the Medical Examiner, 1924 Alcoa Highway,
Knoxville, TN 37920; and Mercedes Doretti*, and Luis
Fondebrider*, Equipo Argentino de Antropologia Forense,
Av. Rivadavia 2443, Piso 2 Dep. 4, Buenos Aires, 1034,
Argentina
Amy Z. Mundorff, MA*, Simon Fraser University, 611-1485
West 6th Avenue, Vancouver, BC V6H4G1, Canada
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The Accuracy of Ante-Mortem Data and
Presumptive Identification: Appropriate
Procedures, Applications and Ethics
Anthropological Aspect of Mass Disasters
Traumatic Modifications of Human
Remains of Victims of Mass Disasters and
Long-Term Abuse
Anthropology Responds to Hurricane
Katrina
To Measure or Not to Measure: An
Analysis of Maximum Length of the Tibia
Extensive Rat Modification of a Human
Skeleton From Central Indiana
Mass Disasters and Non-Human Remains
Tal Simmons, PhD*, Department of Forensic and
Investigative Science, University of Central Lancashire,
Preston PR1 2HE, United Kingdom; and Mark Skinner,
PhD, International Commission on Missing Persons,
Alipašina 45a, Sarajevo, 71000, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Laurent Martrille, MD*, Service de Medecine Legale, Chu
Lapeyronie, 191 Avenue du doyen Gaston Giraud,
Montpellier, 34295, France; Cristina Cattaneo, MD, PhD,
Istituto di Medicina Legale, Università degli Studi di
Milano, via Mangiagali 37, Milano, 20133, Italy; Yves
Schuliar, MD, IRCGN, 1 Boulevard Théophile Sueur, Rosny
Sous Bois, 93111, France; and Eric Baccino, MD, Service
de Medecine Legale, Chu Lapeyronie, 191 Avenue du doyen
Gaston Giraud, Montpellier, 34295, France
Kenneth A.R. Kennedy, PhD*, Cornell University,
Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, 231
Corson Hall, Ithaca, NY 14853
Laura C. Fulginiti, PhD*, 15015 South 14th Place,
Phoenix, AZ 85048; Michael W. Warren, PhD, and Joseph
T. Hefner, MA, Department of Anthropology, University of
Florida, PO Box 117305, Gainesville, FL 32611; Larry R.
Bedore, MS, District 8 Office of the Medical Examiner,
Gainesville, FL 32601; Jason H. Byrd, PhD, Department of
Criminology, Law & Society, University of Florida, PO Box
115950, Gainesville, FL 32611; Vincent Stefan, PhD,
Department of Anthropology, Lehman College, CUNY,
Bronx, NY 10468; and Dennis C. Dirkmaat, PhD,
Mercyhurst College, Department Applied Forensic
Sciences, Zurn 119A, 501 E 38th Street, Erie, PA 16546
Erin B. Waxenbaum, MA*, C.A. Pound Human
Identification Laboratory, Department of Anthropology,
University of Florida, PO Box 112545, Building 114,
Gainesville, FL 32611; David R. Hunt, PhD, Department of
Anthropology, National Museum of Natural History,
Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC 20560; and
Anthony B. Falsetti, PhD, C.A. Pound Human Identification
Lab, Department of Anthropology, University of Florida,
PO Box 112545, Building 114, Gainesville, FL 32611
Sarah A. Kiley, BA*, University of Indianapolis, 1400 East
Hanna Avenue, Indianapolis, IN 46227; Nicolette M. Parr,
MS, University of Florida, PO Box 117305, Gainesville, FL
32611; and Stephen P. Nawrocki, PhD, University of
Indianapolis, 1400 East Hanna Avenue, Indianapolis, IN
46227
Deborah W. Gray, MA*, Riverside County Sheriff-Coroner,
800 South Redlands Avenue, Perris, CA 92571; and Judy
M. Suchey, PhD, Department of Coroner, Los Angeles
County, 1104 North Mission Road, Los Angeles, CA 90033
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Antemortem vs. Perimortem Infant Rib
Fracture: The Histological Evidence
Evaluation of the Relationship Between
Fifth Metatarsal Length and Foot Length/
Shoe Size: A Possible Aid in Human
Identification
Nail or Bullet? A Comparison of Typical
Cranial Gunshot Wounds to a Defect
Resulting From a Nail Gun
Observations of Decomposition in
Southern Coastal North Carolina
The Differential Diagnosis of Skullbase
Osteomyelitis Secondary to Necrotizing
Otitis Externa
Sexual Dimorphism in the Vertebral
Column
Heat Intensity Versus Exposure Duration
Part I: Macroscopic Influence on Burned
Bone
Odd Man Out: Separation and
Identification of Terrorist Remains in
Suicidal Bombings
Evidence vs. Identification: The Role of
Humanitarian Organizations in the
Balkans 1992-2002
Children’s Traumas Caused During the
Civil War in Guatemala
Murray K. Marks, PhD*, University of Tennessee, 250
South Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN 37996; Mariateresa A.
Tersigni, PhD, Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command
Central Identification Laboratory, 310 Worchester Avenue,
Building 45, Hickam AFB, HI 96853; and Darinka
Mileusnic, MD, PhD, Knox County Medical Examiner’s
Office, 1924 Alcoa Highway, U-71, Knoxville, TN 37920
Robert F. Pastor, PhD*, University of Bradford, Biological
Anthropology Research Centre, Department of
Archaeological Sciences, Bradford, West Yorkshire BD7
1DP, United Kingdom; and Angela J. Reynard, MSc*,
Bureau of Forensic Science, Ltd, Temple Chambers, 3-7
Temple Avenue, London, EC4Y OHP, United Kingdom
Wendy E. Potter, BA, MS*, Department of Anthropology,
MSC01-1040, 1 University of New Mexico, Albuquerque,
NM 87131-0001; and Russell T. Alexander, MD, Office of
the Medical Investigator, MSC11-6030, 1 University of New
Mexico, Albuquerque, NM 87131-0001
Midori Albert, PhD*, Department of Anthropology,
University of North Carolina Wilmington, 601 South
College Road, Wilmington, NC 28403- 5907; Jeffery K.
Tomberlin, PhD, Department of Entomology, Texas A&M
University, 1229 North U.S. Highway 281, Stephenville, TX
76401; and Christina Johnson, BA, Department of
Sociology and Criminal Justice, University of North
Carolina Wilmington, 601 S College Road, Wilmington, NC
28403-5978
Stephanie L. Child, MA*, The University of MissouriColumbia, 701 Swallow Hall, Columbia, Missouri 65211;
and Dana E. Austin, PhD, Tarrant County Medical
Examiner’s Office, 200 Felix Gwozdz Place, Forth Worth,
Texas 76104
Amanda S. Allbright, BA*, University of Tennessee,
Department of Anthropology, 250 South Stadium Hall,
Knoxville, TN 37996
Joanne B. Delvin, PhD*, and Anne Kroman, MA*,
University of Tennessee, Department of Anthropology, 252
South Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN 37996; Steve Symes,
PhD, Mercyhurst College, Mercyhurst Archaeological
Institute, Department of Applied Forensic Sciences , Erie,
PA 16546; and Nicholas P. Herrmann, PhD, University of
Tennessee, 252 South Stadium Hall, Department of
Anthropology, Knoxville, TN 37996
William C. Rodriguez III, PhD*, Office of the Armed Forces
Medical Examiner, 16465 Old Frederick Road, Building
102, Rockville, MD 20850
Abbie K. Cuff, MSc*, and Tal Simmons, PhD, University of
Central Lancashire, Department of Forensic &
Investigative Science, Preston, PR1 2HE, United Kingdom
Shirley C. Chacon, BA*, Avenida Simeon Canas 10-64 zona
2, 2 Avenida 8-28 zona 18 Residenciales Atlantida,
Guatemala, 01002, Guatemala; and Leonel E. Paiz, BA,
Avenida Simeon Canas 10-64 zona 2, Guatemala, 01002,
Guatemala
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Burial Patterns of Korean War Casualties
as an Indicator of the Social Relationships
Between the Dead and the Living
Characterizing Primary and Secondary
Mass Graves and Their Impact on
Identification Methodology: The
Experience in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Forensic Anthropology and the Current
Politics of the US- Mexico Border
Identification of the Living From Video
Tape and Photographs: The Dynamic
Orientation Technique
Trace Element Analysis of Medical School
Cadaver Cremains
Bone Fracture Mechanics: In Vitro Strain
Gauge Analysis of the Ribs and Mandible
During Failure
Evaluation of Date of Death Through
Analysis of Artificial Radiocarbon in
Distinct Human Skeletal and Dental
Tissues
The Impact of High Speed-High Resolution
Three Dimensional CT Scans on Forensic
Anthropology
Identification of the Living on Video
Surveillance Systems: A Novel Approach
Lumbosacral Transitional Vertebrae,
Spondylolysis and Spondylolisthesis:
Prevalence in a Modern Forensic Skeletal
Population
“The (Almost) Exhumation of Billy the
Kid: Why We Aren’t Digging Him up (and
Why You Shouldn’t Either)”
William R. Belcher, PhD*, and Derek C. Benedix, PhD,
JPAC-CIL, 310 Worchester Avenue, Building 45, Hickam
AFB, HI 96853-5530
Ana Boza Arlotti, PhD*, International Commission for
Missing Persons, Alipasina 45a, Sarajevo 71000, Bosnia
and Herzegovina
400
Chelsey A. Juarez, MA*, University of California, Santa
Cruz, 1156 High Street, Santa Cruz, CA 95064
Todd W. Fenton, PhD*, and Norman J. Sauer, PhD,
Michigan State University, Department of Anthropology,
354 Baker Hall, East Lansing, MI 48824
Tom E. Bodkin, MA*, Hamilton County Medical Examiner
Office, 3202 Amnicola Highway, Chattanooga, TN 37406;
Timothy Brooks, and Gretchen E. Potts, PhD, University of
Tennessee at Chattanooga, Department of Chemistry, 615
McCallie Avenue, Grote Hall, 4th Floor, Chattanooga, TN
37403; and Stephanie Smullen, PhD, University of
Tennessee at Chattanooga, Department of Computing
Sciences, 615 McCallie Avenue, Department 2302,
Chattanooga, TN 37403
David J. Daegling, PhD*, Jennifer Hotzman, MA, Casey J.
Self, MA, and Michael W. Warren, PhD, Department of
Anthropology, University of Florida, PO Box 117305, 1112
Turlington Hall, Gainesville, FL 32611
Douglas H. Ubelaker, PhD*, Department of Anthropology,
MRC 112, National Museum of Natural History,
Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC 20560; Bruce A.
Buchholz, PhD, Center for Accelerator Mass Spectrometry,
Mail Stop L-397, Lawrence Livermore National
Laboratory, PO Box 808, Livermore, CA 94551; and John
Stewart, PhD, Federal Bureau of Investigation, DNA
Analysis Unit II, 2501 Investigation Parkway, Quantico, VA
22135
William C. Rodriguez III, PhD*, Office of the Armed Forces
Medical Examiner, 1413 Research Boulevard, Building
102, Rockville, MD 20850
Danilo De Angelis, DDS*, and Pasquale Poppa, BSc,
Istituto di Medicina Legale, via Mangiagalli 37, Milano,
20133, Italy; Remo Sala, PhDc, Politecnico di Milano
Facolta di Ingegneria Industriale Dipartimento di
Meccanica Sezione di Misure e Tecniche Sperimentali, via
Magiagalli 37, Milano, 20133, Italy; and Cristina
Cattaneo, PhD, MD, Istituto di Medicina Legale, via
Mangiagalli 37, Milano, 20133, Italy
Anthony B. Falsetti, PhD*, and Laurel E. Freas, MA,
University of Florida, C.A. Pound Human Identification
Laboratory, PO Box 112545, Southwest Radio Road,
Gainesville, FL 32611
Debra A. Komar, PhD*, Office of the Medical Investigator,
MSC11 6030, 1 University of New Mexico, Albuquerque,
NM 87131-0001
401
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Reducing Observer Error Through Choice
of Histological Evaluation Technique
Resolving Extremely Commingled Skeletal
Remains From the Korean War Through
Mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) Testing
Reducing Problems With Osteological and
Dental Samples Submitted to Missing
Person DNA Databases
Is This Bone Human or What? In Pursuit
of Human vs. Non Human Determinations
in Small Osseous Fragments
Applications of DNA Identification to
Human Rights: Additional Informative
Sites in the mtDNA Genome
MtDNA From Degraded Human Skeletal
Remains: Is Quality Affected by Storage
Conditions?
Christian M. Crowder, PhD*, Joint POW/MIA Accounting
Command Central ID Laboratory, 310 Worchester Avenue,
Hickam AFB, HI 96853-5530
Jennifer O’Callaghan, MFS*, and Jacqueline RaskinBurns, MS, Armed Forces DNA Identification Laboratory,
1413 Research Boulevard, Building 101, Rockville, MD
20850; Alexander F. Christensen, PhD, Central
Identification Laboratory, Joint POW/MIA Accounting
Command, Hickam AFB, HI 96853; Audrey Meehan, BGS,
and Mark Leney, PhD, Central Identification Laboratory,
Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command, 310 Worchester
Avenue, Hickam Air Force Base, HI 96853; and Suzanne
M. Barritt, MS, and Brion C. Smith, DDS, Armed Forces
DNA Identification Laboratory, 1413 Research Boulevard,
Building 101, Rockville, MD 20850
John E.B. Stewart, PhD*, Federal Bureau of Investigation
Laboratory, 2501 Investigation Parkway, DNA Analysis
Unit I, Quantico, VA 22135; Patricia J. Aagaard, BS,
Federal Bureau of Investigation Laboratory, 2501
Investigation Parkway, DNA Analysis Unit II, Quantico, VA
22135; Deborah Polanskey, BS, Federal Bureau of
Investigation Laboratory, 2501 Investigation Parkway,
DNA Analysis Unit II, Quantico, VA 22135; Eric G.
Pokorak, BA, Federal Bureau of Investigation Laboratory,
2501 Investigation Parkway, DNA Analysis Unit I,
Quantico, VA 22135; and Mark R. Ingraham, MS, and H.
Gill-King, PhD, Laboratory of Forensic Anthropology and
Human Identification, Department of Biological Sciences,
University of North Texas, Denton, TX 76203
Mark D. Leney, PhD*, Central Identification Laboratory,
Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command, 310 Worchester
Avenue, Hickam AFB, HI 96853
Karen P. Mooder, PhD*, and Mary-Claire King, PhD,
Division of Medical Genetics, University of Washington,
Box 357720, Seattle, WA 98195-7720
Suni M. Edson, MS*, and Suzanne M. Barritt, MS, Armed
Forces DNA Identification Laboratory, 1413 Research
Boulevard, Building 101, Rockville, MD 20850; Mark D.
Leney, PhD, Central Identification Lab, Joint POW/MIA
Accounting Command, 310 Worchester Avenue, Hickam Air
Force Base, HI 96853; and Brion C. Smith, DDS, Armed
Forces DNA Identification Laboratory, 1413 Research
Boulevard, Building 101, Rockville, MD 20850
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Rodent Modification of Human Skeletal
Remains: Brown Rat (Rattus norvegicus)
vs. Gray Squirrel (Sciurus carolinensis)
Postmortem Interval Field Research at
Three High Elevation Biogeoclimatic Zones
in Southwest Colorado
Decomposition in the Santa Monica
Mountains: A Seasonal Taphonomic
Analysis of Buried and Exposed Remains
Escaping Tennessee: Regions for
Taphonomy Research Beyond Eastern
Tennessee
Insect Colonization of Child-Sized
Remains: Behavioral Analysis of Pig
Carcasses via 24 Hour, High Resolution
Video Surveillance
Human Decomposition in the Detroit River
Observed Taphonomic Changes and Drift
Trajectory of Bodies Recovered From the
Tidal Thames, London England: A 15Year Retrospective Study
Analysis of Season at Death Using
Cementum Increment Analysis
The Meeting of Old and New: Luminol
Application to a Suspected Ritualistic
Heathen Stone From Viking Times
Lifestyles of the Unidentified: Challenges
in Positive Identification
Internal Cranial Fractures
Perimortem Bone Fracture Distinguished
From Postmortem Fire Trauma: A Case
Study With Mixed Signals
Mandible and Cranial Base Fractures in
Adults: Experimental Testing
2005
Walter E. Klippel, PhD*, and Jennifer A. Synstelien, MA,
University of Tennessee, Department of Anthropology, 250
South Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN 37996
Maria T. Allaire, MA*, 16 Pinedale Lane, Durango, CO
81303
410
Diana A. Dupuis, BA*, 2610 110th Avenue, NE, Bellevue,
WA 98004
411
Tracey A. Tichnell, BS*, Michigan State University,
Department of Anthropology, East Lansing, MI 48824
412
Abigail Gremillian, BA*, 17862 East General Forrest,
Baton Rouge, LA 70817; and Robert J. Morton, MS, and
Wayne D. Lord, PhD, FBI NCAVC, FBI Academy,
Quantico, VA 22135
Paula A. Perry, BA*, Bournemouth University, Talbot
Campus, Poole, Dorset BH12 5BF, United Kingdom
Victoria L. Brewer, BSc*, Bournemouth University, School
of Conservational Sciences, Talbot Campus, Poole, Doreset
BH12 5BB, United Kingdom
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Vicki L. Wedel, MA*, and Joshua B. Peabody, MA*,
University of California, Santa Cruz, Department of
Anthropology, 1156 High Street, Social Sciences 1 Faculty
Services, Room 361, Santa Cruz, CA 95064
Thora S. Steffensen, MD*, University Hospital of Iceland,
Department of Pathology, Rannsoknastofa H.I. vid
Baronsstig, Reykjavik, IS 108, Iceland; and Omar
Palmason, Reykjavik Police Department, Hverfisgata 115,
Reykjavik, IS 108, Iceland
Heather C. Backo, MA*, and John Verano, PhD, Tulane
University Anthropology Department, 1021 Audubon Street,
New Orleans, LA 70118
Alison Galloway, PhD, Department of Anthropology, Social
Science One FS, University of California, Santa Cruz, CA
95064; and Lauren Zephro, MA, Monterey County Sheriff’s
Office, 1414 Natividad Road, Salinas, CA 95006
Steven A. Symes, PhD*, Mercyhurst College, Department of
Forensic/Biological Anthropology, 501 East 38th Street,
Erie, PA 16546; James J. Woytash, DDS, MD, Erie County
Medical Examiner’s Office, 462 Grider Street, Buffalo, NY
14214; Anne M. Kroman, MA, Department of
Anthropology, University of Tennessee, 250 South Stadium
Hall, Knoxville, TN 37996; and Andrew C. Wilson, BS,
Department of Forensic/Biological Anthropology,
Mercyhurst College, Erie, PA 16509
Anne M. Kroman, MA*, University of Tennessee, 250 South
Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN 37996; Tyler Kress, PhD,
University of Tennessee, 250 South Stadium Hall,
Knoxville, TN 37996; Steven A. Symes, PhD, Mercyhurst
Archaeological Institute, 501 East 38th Street, Erie, PA
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Unusual Cranial Base Trauma in Victims
of the Khmer Rouge
Microscopic and Cross Section Analysis of
Occult Intraosseous Fracture (Bone
Bruise) of the Skull
Disappearance, Torture, and Murder of
Nine Individuals in a Community of
Guatemala
Morphoscopic Traits and the Statistical
Determination of Ancestry
Forensic Identifications and the
Complexity of Determining Biological
Affinities of “Hispanic” Crania
Biological Variation Among Hispanic
(Spanish-Speaking) Peoples of the
Americas
Classification and Evaluation of Unusual
Individuals Using FORDISC
Ur-FORDISC, or Early Statistical Methods
in Forensic Anthropology
The Next FORDISC: FORDISC 3
Anatomy of a Cauldron: Sociocultural
Contributions to Understanding a Forensic
Case
Not for the Passive: The Active Application
of Electronic Resistivity in the Excavation
of a Mass Grave
16546
Sabrina C. Ta’ala, MA*, and Gregory E. Berg, MA, Joint
POW/MIA Accounting Command Central ID Lab
(JPAC/CIL), 310 Worchester Avenue, Hickam AFB, HI
96853-5530
Emily A. Craig, PhD*, and Cristin Rolf, MD, State Medical
Examiner’s Office, 100 Sower Boulevard, Suite 202,
Frankfort, KY 40601; and Warren Mitchell, Kentucky State
Police Laboratory, 100 Sower Boulevard, Suite 202,
Frankfort, KY 40601
Shirley C. Chacon, BA*, Leonel E. Paiz, BA, and Renaldo
Acevedo, BA, Fundacion de Anthropology Forense de
Guatemala, Avenida Simeon Cañas 10-64 Zona 2,
Guatemala, 01002, Guatemala
Stephen D. Ousley, MA, PhD*, Smithsonian Institution,
Department of Anthropology, PO Box 7012, NMNH MRC
138, Washington, DC 20013- 7012; and Joseph T. Hefner,
MA, Department of Anthropology, CA Pound Human
Identification Laboratory, University of Florida,
Gainesville, FL 32605
Ann H. Ross, PhD*, North Carolina State University,
Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Campus Box
8107, Raleigh, NC 27695- 8107; Dennis E. Slice, PhD,
Wake Forest University, School of Medicine, Department of
Biomedical Engineering, Division of Radiologic Sciences,
Winston-Salem, NC 27157; and José V. Pachar, MD,
Morgue Judicial, Instituto de Medicina Legal, PanamaAncon, Panama
Martha K. Spradley, MA*, and Richard L. Jantz, PhD,
University of Tennessee, Department of Anthropology, 250
South Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN 37996; David M.
Glassmann, PhD, University of Southern Indiana, School of
Liberal Arts, 8600 University Boulevard, Evansville, IN
47712-3596; and Alan G. Robinson, MSc, Fundacion de
Antropologia Forense de Guatemala, Avenida Simon Canas
10-64 Zona 2, Ciudad de Guatemala, Guatemala City,
01002, Guatemala
Donna Freid, MA*, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, 250
South Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN 37996; Richard L. Jantz,
PhD, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, 250 South
Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN 3799
Eugene Giles, PhD*, Department of Anthropology,
University of Illinois, 607 South Mathews Avenue, Urbana,
IL 61801
Stephen D. Ousley, PhD*, Smithsonian Institution, NMNH,
MRC 138, Washington, DC 20013; and Richard L. Jantz,
MA, PhD, University of Tennessee, Department of
Anthropology, 252 South Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN
37996-0720
Kerriann Marden, MA, ABD*, and John W. Verano, PhD,
Tulane University, Department of Anthropology, 1021
Audubon Street, New Orleans, LA 70118
Hugh Tuller, MA*, Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command,
Central Identification Laboratory, 310 Worchester Avenue,
Hickam AFB, HI 96853-5530; and Jon Sterenberg, MS,
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When Experts Disagree: There May be a
Rodent Involved – Part I: The Request for
a New Trial
An Assessment of Tissue Depth
Measurement Tables Used for Facial
Reconstruction/Reproduction
Blasting Caps: An Alternate Source of
High Velocity Trauma in Human Skeletal
Remains
Modern Day Cranial Trepanation: The
Ventriculosotomy
SEM Analysis of Mummified Skin: A
Preliminary Study of Obsidian and Chert
Induced Trauma
Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis,
Pharmacological Treatments, and the
Potential for Individuation in Forensic
Anthropology
The Lady in the Box
Forensic Anthropologist and Forensic
Pathologist: Why Work Together? Some
Illustrative Cases of Homicide
Reducing Intra- and Inter-Observer Error
Through Histomorphometric Variable
Selection
Dental Enamel Thickness as a Method of
Subadult Sex Determination
International Commission on Missing Persons, Alipasina
45a, Sarajevo, 71000, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Julie M. Saul, BA*, and Frank P. Saul, PhD, Lucas County
Coroner’s Office, 2595 Arlington Avenue, Toledo, OH
43614-2674; Steven A. Symes, PhD, Departments of
Anthropology and Applied Forensic Science, Mercyhurst
College, 501 East 38th Street, Erie, PA 16546-0001; and
Carl J. Schmidt, MD, Wayne County Medical Examiner’s
Office, 1300 East Warren Avenue, Detroit, MI 48207
Keri Reeves, MS*, and Jill Haslasm, MS, University of New
Haven, 300 Orange Avenue, West Haven, CT 06516;
Shannon Butler-Williams, BS, University of California,
Davis, Department of Anthropology, 1 Shields Avenue,
Davis, CA 95616; and Brandi J. Schmitt, BS, MS*,
University of California, Davis, School of Medicine,
Anatomical Services Division, Davis, CA 95616
Maria T. Allaire, MA*, 16 Pinedale Lane, Durango, CO
81303; and Mary H. Manhein, MA, and Ginesse A. Listi,
MA, Louisiana State University, Department of Geography
and Anthropology, 227 Howe- Russell Building, Baton
Rouge, LA 70803
Bruce E. Anderson, PhD*, University of Arizona,
Department of Anthropology, Tucson, AZ 85721; and
Thomas P. Gilson, MD, Office of the Chief Medical
Examiner, 520 First Avenue, New York, NY 10016
Alaina K. Goff, BA*, and Debra Komar, PhD, Department
of Anthropology, MSC01-1040, 1 University of New
Mexico, Albuquerque, NM 87131
Meghan M. Cotter, MSc*, Burial Sites Preservation
Program, Wisconsin Historical Society, 816 State Street,
Madison, WI 53706
Frank P. Saul, PhD*, and Julie M. Saul, BA, Lucas County
Coroner’s Office, 2595 Arlington Avenue, Toledo, OH
43614-2674; and Steven A. Symes, PhD, Departments of
Anthropology and Applied Forensic Science, Mercyhurst
College, 501 East 38th Street, Erie, PA 16546-0001
Joao Pinheiro, MD, MS*, Instituto Nacional de Medicina
Legal, Largo da Sé Nova, Coimbra, 3000-213, Portugal;
Eugénia Cunha, PhD, Departamento De Antropologia,
Universidade de Coimbra, Coimbra, 3000-056, Portugal;
Cristina Cattaneo, PhD, Università degli Studi di Milano,
Laboratorio di Antropologia e Odontologia, Università
degli Studi di Milano, Milano, 3330, Italy; and Francisco
Corte Real, PhD, Instituto Nacional de Medicina Legal,
Largo da Sé Nova, Coimbra, 3000-213, Portugal
Christian M. Crowder, MA, and Zoe H. Morris, BSc*,
University of Toronto, Department of Anthropology, 100 St.
George Street, Toronto, ON M5S3G3, Canada
Leilani E. Beltran, MFS, Forensic Sciences Program,
National University, 11355 North Torrey Pines Road, La
Jolla, CA 92037; and A. Midori Albert, PhD*,
Anthropology Program, University of North Carolina at
Wilmington, 601 South College Road, Wilmington, NC
28403
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Sexual Dimorphism in Vertebral
Dimensions at the T12/L1 Junction
Race as a Variable in Dental Health of
Korean War Military Personnel
Stable Strontium and Geolocation: The
Pathway to Identification of Unidentified
Mexican Aliens
Stature Estimation of Hispanics: The Most
Appropriate Stature Regression Equations
Anatomical Stature Estimation: Why Not
Fully Accurate?
The Effects of Skeletal Preparation
Techniques on DNA From Human and
Nonhuman Bone
An Assessment of DNA Degeneration Due
to Air-Drying Preservation for the
Remains of the World Trade Center
Elemental Analysis of Human Cremains
Using Inductively-Coupled Plasma Optical
Emission Spectroscopy (ICP-OES) to
Distinguish Between Legitimate and
Contaminated Cremains
Elemental Characterization of Skeletal
Remains Using Laser-Induced Breakdown
Spectroscopy (LIBS)
An Experimental Test of the Accuracy of
Human Forensic Identification Techniques
for Analysis of Burn- Damaged Bone and
Tissue
Robert F. Pastor, PhD*, University of Bradford,
Department of Archaeological Sciences, Bradford, West
Yorkshire BD7 1DP, United Kingdom
Joan E. Baker, PhD*, and Helen D. Wols, PhD, Joint
POW/MIA Accounting Command Central Identification
Laboratory (JPAC CIL), 310 Worchester Avenue, Building
45, Hickam AFB, HI 96853-5530
Chelsey A. Juarez, BA*, UC Santa Cruz, Department of
Anthropology, 1156 High Street, Santa Cruz, CA 95064
430
Vincent H. Stefan, PhD*, Lehman College - CUNY,
Department of Anthropology, 250 Bedford Park Boulevard,
West, Bronx, NY 10468
Donna M. McCarthy, MA*, and Richard L. Jantz, PhD,
University of Tennessee, Department of Anthropology, 250
South Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN 37996-0720
Stephanie L. Rennick, BS*, Michigan State University,
Forensic Science Program, School of Criminal Justice, 560
Baker Hall, East Lansing, MI 48824; Todd W. Fenton,
PhD, Michigan State University, Department of
Anthropology and Forensic Science Program, Baker Hall,
East Lansing, MI 48824; David R. Foran, PhD, Michigan
State University, Forensic Science Program, School of
Criminal Justice and Department of Zoology, 560 Baker
Hall, East Lansing, MI 48824
Benjamin J. Figura, MA*, PO Box 538, Empire, MI 49630
432
Thomas E. Bodkin, MA*, Hamilton County Medical
Examiner Office, 3202 Amnicola Highway, Chattanooga,
TN 37406; and Gretchen E. Potts, PhD, Kira Shurtz, and
Timothy Brooks, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga,
Department of Chemistry, 404 Grote Hall, Chattanooga,
TN 37403
Arpad A. Vass, PhD*, and Madhavi Martin, PhD, Oak
Ridge National Laboratory, 1 Bethel Valley Road, 1505,
MS 6038, Oak Ridge, TN 37831- 6038; Jennifer Synstelien,
MA, University of Tennessee, 250 South Stadium Hall,
Knoxville, TN 37996-0720; and Kimberly Collins, BS,
Maryville College, College Avenue, Maryville, TN 37804
Michelle Kaye, MA*, University of Alaska, Fairbanks,
Department of Anthropology, 310 Eielson Building, PO Box
757720, Fairbanks, AK 99775-7720; Elayne J. Pope, MA,
University of Arkansas, Department of Anthropology, 330
Old Main, Fayetteville, AR 72701; Frank Cipriano, PhD,
San Francisco State University, Conservation Genetics
Laboratory, Hensill Hall 745, 1600 Holloway Avenue, San
Francisco, CA 94132; and O’Brian C. Smith, MD, UT
Medical Group, Inc, Regional Forensic Center, 1060
Madison, Memphis, TN 38104
435
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Semi-Automated Ultrasound Facial Soft
Tissue Depth Registration: Method and
Preliminary Results
Quantification of Commingled Human
Skeletal Remains: Determining the Most
Likely Number of Individuals (MLNI)
Osteometric Sorting of Commingled
Human Remains
Resolving Commingling Issues In Mass
Fatality Incident Investigations
Methods and Techniques for Sorting
Commingled Remains: Anthropological
and Physical Attributes
The Importance of Using Traditional
Anthropological Methods in a DNA-Led
Identification System
The Importance of Body Deposition
Recording in Event Reconstruction and the
Re-Association and Identification of
Commingled Remains
Commingled Skeletonized Remains in
Forensic Cases: Considerations for
Methodological Treatment
Exhumation and Identification of a
Particular Individual in a Mass Grave
Sven De Greef, DDS*, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
Faculty of Medicine, School of Dentistry, Oral Pathology
and Maxillofacial Surgery, Forensic Odontology,
Kapucijnenvoer 7, Leuven, B-3000, Belgium; Peter Claes,
MEng, Wouter Mollemans, MEng, Dirk Vandermeulen,
PhD, and Paul Suetens, PhD, Katholieke Universiteit
Leuven, ESAT, Medical Image Computing, Herestraat 49,
Leuven, B-3000, Belgium; and Guy Willems, DDS, PhD,
Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Faculty of Medicine,
School of Dentistry, Oral Pathology and Maxillofacial
Surgery, Forensic Odontology, Kapucijnenvorer 7, Leuven,
B-3000, Belgium
Bradley J. Adams, PhD*, Office of Chief Medical
Examiner, 520 First Avenue, New York, NY 10016; and
Lyle W. Konigsberg, PhD, University of Tennessee,
Department of Anthropology, 252 South Stadium Hall,
Knoxville, TN 37996
John E. Byrd, PhD*, JPAC Central Identification
Laboratory, 310 Worchester Avenue, Hickam AFB, HI
96853; and Bradley J. Adams, PhD, Office of Chief Medical
Examiner, 520 First Avenue, New York, NY 10016
Paul S. Sledzik, MS*, National Transportation Safety
Board, 490 L’Enfant Plaza, SW, Washington, DC 20594;
and Elias J. Kontanis, BS, Oak Ridge Institute for Science
and Education, Joint POW MIA Accounting CommandCentral Identification Laboratory, 310 Worchester Avenue,
Hickam AFB, HI 96853
William C. Rodriguez III, PhD*, Office of the Armed Forces
Medical Examiner, 1413 Research Boulevard, Building
102, Rockville, MD 21771
Laura N. Yazedjian, MSc*, Rifat Kesetovic, MD, Ana BozaArlotti, PhD, and Zeljko Karan, MD, International
Commission on Missing Persons, Alipasina 45a, Sarajevo,
71000, Bosnia-Herzegovina
Hugh H. Tuller, MA*, Joint POW/MIA Accounting
Command, Central Identification Laboratory, 310
Worchester Avenue, Hickam AFB, HI 96853-5530; Ute
Hofmeister, MA, International Commission on Missing
Persons, Alipasina 45a, Sarajevo, 71000, Bosnia and
Herzegovina; and Sharna Daley, MSc, International
Commission on Missing Persons, Alipasina 45a, Sarajevo,
71000, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Sofia Egaña*, Silvana Turner, Patricia Bernardi, Mercedes
Doretti, and Miguel Nieva, Argentine Forensic
Anthropology Team (EAAF), Avenue Rivadavia 2443, 2nd
Floor, Office 3-4, Buenos Aires, C1034ACD, Argentina
Eugénia Cunha, PhD*, Maria Cristina Mendonça, PhD,
and Duarte Nuno Vieira, PhD, Universidade de Coimbra,
Departamento Antropologia, Instituto Nacional de
Medicina Legal, Largo da Sé-Nova, Coimbra, 3000-056,
Portugal
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Separating Commingled Remains Using
Ancient DNA Analysis
Marrying of Anthropology and DNA:
Essential for Solving Complex
Commingling Problems in Cases of
Extreme Fragment
Mass Graves, Human Rights and
Commingled Remains: Considering the
Benefits of Forensic Archaeology
Advances in the Assessment of
Commingling Within Samples of Human
Remains
Closed Case Files: Sequelae of a Case of
Complex Postmortem Mutilation
A Tale of Two Bodies: Separating
Commingled Skeletal Remains With
Similar Biological Profiles
Performance of FORDISC 2.0 Using
Inaccurate Measurements
Testing Determination of Adult Age at
Death Using Four Criteria of the
Acetabulum
A Potential New Morphological Indicator
of Biological Affinity in Human Skeletal
Remains
An Evaluation of Racial Differences in the
Human Mandible Using Discriminant
Function Analysis
Evaluation of Regression Equations to
Estimate Age at Death Using Cranial
Suture Closure
Test of an Alternative Method for
Determining Sex in the Hip: Applications
for Modern Americans
Sexing the Zygomatic Bone
Franklin E. Damann, MA*, and Mark D. Leney, PhD,
JPAC Central Identification Laboratory, 310 Worchester
Avenue, Hickam AFB, HI 96853-5530; and Suni M. Edson,
MS, Armed Forces DNA Identification Laboratory, 1413
Research Boulevard, Building 101, Rockville, MD 20850
Amy Z. Mundorff, MA*, Robert Shaler, PhD, Erik T.
Bieschke, MS, and Elaine Mar, MS, Office of Chief Medical
Examiner, 520 1st Avenue, New York, NY 10016
442
Dennis C. Dirkmaat, PhD*, Luis M. Cabo, MS, and James
M. Adovasio, PhD, Mercyhurst College, 501 East 38th
Street, Erie, PA 16546; Vicente C. Rozas, PhD, Centro de
Investigaciones Forestales y Ambientales de Lourizán,
Departamento de Ecología, Aptdo. 127, Pontevedra,
Galicia 36080, Spain
Douglas H. Ubelaker, PhD*, Smithsonian Institution,
Department of Anthropology, NMNH, MRC 112,
Washington, DC 20560
Kerriann Marden, MA*, and John W. Verano, PhD, Tulane
University, Department of Anthropology, 1021 Audubon
Street, New Orleans, LA 70118
Laura C. Fulginiti, PhD*, Forensic Science Center, 701
West Jefferson, Phoenix, AZ 85007; Kristen M. Hartnett,
MA, Arizona State University, Department of Anthropology,
PO Box 872402, Tempe, AZ 85287; and Philip E. Keen,
MD, Maricopa County Office of the Medical Examiner, 701
West Jefferson Street, Phoenix, AZ 85007
Adam Kolatorowicz, BS*, Carlos J. Zambrano, BA, and
Stephen P. Nawrocki, PhD, Archeology and Forensics
Laboratory, University of Indianapolis, 1400 East Hanna
Avenue, Indianapolis, IN 46227
Angela Hampton, BS*, University of New Mexico,
Department of Anthropology, MSC01-1040, 1 University of
New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM 87131
Debra A. Komar, PhD*, Office of the Medical Investigator,
MSC11 6030, 1 University of New Mexico, Albuquerque,
NM 87131
Marie Danforth, PhD*, University of Southern Mississippi,
Department of Anthropology and Sociology, 118 College
Drive, #5074, Hattiesburg, MS 39406
Carlos J. Zambrano, BA*, Archaeology and Forensics
Laboratory, University of Indianapolis, 1400 East Hanna
Avenue, Indianapolis, IN 46227
Ginesse A. Listi, MA*, Louisiana State University,
Department of Geography and Anthropology, Baton Rouge,
LA 70803; H. Beth Bassett, MA, Louisiana State University,
Department of Geography and Anthropology, Baton Rouge,
LA 70803
Rebecca J. Wilson, BS*, University of Tennessee,
Department of Anthropology, 250 South Stadium Hall,
Knoxville, TN 37996
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The Morphometric Study of the Hyoid
Bone for Sex Determination of Koreans
Evaluation of the Sternal Rib End Age
Estimation Technique Using a Modern
Medical Examiner Sample
A Test of Four Macroscopic Methods for
Age Estimation of Human Skeletal
Remains (Lamendin, Lovejoy Auricular
Surface, Iscan, Suchey-Brooks)
The Application of the Lamendin and
Prince Dental Aging Methods to a Bosnian
Population: Formulas for Each Tooth
Group Challenging One Formula for All
Teeth
Age Determination From Adult Human
Teeth: Interest of Gustafson’s Criteria
Serial Bone Histology: Interand Intra-Bone
Age Estimation
Measure Twice, Cut Once? Measurement
Error Levels in Histomorphometry
The Effects of Cerebral Palsy on Age
Indicators in the Human Skeleton
The Impact of Age Related Changes in
Vertebral Column on Age Determination
for Identification Purposes
Deog-Im Kim*, U-Young Lee, MD, and Je-Hun Lee,
Department of Anatomy, Catholic Institute for Applied
Anatomy, 505, Banpo-dong, Socho-gu, Seoul, 137701,
South Korea; Dae-Kyoon Park, MD, Department of
Anatomy, College of Medicine, Soonchunhyang University,
646 Eupnae-ri, Shinchang-myun, Cheonan, 330090, South
Korea; and Seung-Ho Han, MD, PhD, Department of
Anatomy, Catholic Institute for Applied Anatomy, College
of Medicine, The Catholic University of Korea, 505, Banpodong, Socho-gu, Seoul, 137701, South Korea
Jennifer C. Love, PhD*, Regional Forensic Center, 1060
Madison Avenue, Memphis, TN 38104; Gina Hart, MA,
Regional Medical Examiner’s Office, 325 Norfolk Street,
Newark, NJ 07103; and Brian Spatola, MA, 125 5th Street,
NE, Washington, DC 20002
Laurent Martille, MD*, Service de Medecine Legale Chu de
Montpellier, CHU Lapeyronie, 191 Avenue du Doyen
Gaston Giraud, Montpellier, 34295, France; Douglas H.
Ubelaker, PhD, Department of Anthropology, NMNH,
Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC 20560-0112; and
Fabienne Seguret, MD, and Eric Baccino, MD, Service de
Médecine Légale, CHU Lapeyronie, 191 Avenue du Doyen
Gaston Giraud, Montpellier, 34295, France
Nermin Sarajlic, MD*, International Commission on
Missing Persons, Alipasina 45a, Sarajevo, 71000, Bosnia
and Herzegovina; Zdenko Cihlarz, PhD, Departmen of
Forensic Medicine, UKC, Tuzla, 75000, Bosnia and
Herzegovina; and Eva E. Klonowski, PhD, and Piotr
Drukier, MS, International Commission on Missing
Persons, Alipasina 45a, Sarajevo, 71000, Bosnia and
Herzegovina
Clotilde G. Rougé-Maillart, MD*, Nathalie C. Jousset, MD,
Arnaud P. Gaudin, MD, and Michel P. Penneau, MD, PhD,
Service de Médecine Légale, Centre Hospitalier
Universitaire - 4 rue Larrey, Angers, 49100 Cedex 01,
France
Mariateresa A. Tersigni, MA*, University of Tennessee,
Department of Anthropology, 250 South Stadium Hall,
Knoxville, TN 37996
Christian M. Crowder, MA*, University of Toronto,
Department of Anthropology, 100 St. George Street,
Toronto, Ontario M5S 3G3, Canada
Mary S. Megyesi, MS*, Department of Anthropology, 354
Baker Hall, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI
48824; and Norman Sauer, PhD, Department of
Anthropology, 354 Baker Hall, Michigan State University,
East Lansing, MI 48895
Eva E. Klonowski, PhD*, Nermin Sarajlic, MD, Piotr
Drukier, MS, and Alexandra M. Klonowski, International
Commission on Missing Persons, Alipasina 45a, Sarajevo,
71000, Bosnia and Herzegovina
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Finding Clues on the Bony Surface: The
Use of Markers of Occupational Stresses as
Aids to Identification and Age
Determination in Skeletonized Remains
Cross-Sectional Diaphyseal Geometry,
Degenerative Joint Disease, and Joint
Surface Area in Human Limb Bones: A
Comparison of American Whites & Blacks
Skeletal Markers of Obesity in the Lower
Leg
Serial Murder With Dismemberment of
Victims in an Attempt to Hinder
Identification: A Case Resolved Through
Multidisciplinary Collaboration
Fifty Years of Questions: The ReEvaluation of a Korean War Soldier
Buried in the United States
Diagnosis of Anencephaly, a Common
Lethal Neural Tube Defect, From
Taphonomically Altered Fetal or Neonatal
Skeletal Remains
Utilizing Taphonomy and Context to
Distinguish Perimortem from Postmortem
Trauma in Fire Deaths
Burned Beyond Recognition: Attempts to
Destroy Evidence of Death
Dismembered Bodies - Who, How, and
When
Differential Human Decomposition in the
Early Stages: An Experimental Study
Comparing Sun and Shade
Raccoon (Protocyon lotor) Foraging as a
Taphonomic Agent of Soft Tissue
Modification and Scene Alteration
J. Marla Toyne, MA*, John W. Verano, PhD, and Laurel S.
Hamilton, MA, Tulane University, 1021 Audubon Street,
Department of Anthropology, New Orleans, LA 70118
455
Heather A. Walsh-Haney, MA*, CA Pound Human
Identification Laboratory, University of Florida, PO Box
112545, Gainesville, FL 32611
456
Megan K. Moore, MS*, Department of Anthropology, 250
South Stadium Hall, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN
37996-0720
John W. Verano, PhD*, Department of Anthropology,
Tulane University, 1021 Audubon Street, New Orleans, LA
70118
456
Mary H. Manhein, MA*, and Ginesse A. Listi, MA,
Louisiana State University, Department of Geography and
Anthropology, Baton Rouge, LA 70803
J. Christopher Dudar, PhD*, and Steve D. Ousley, PhD,
Department of Anthropology, National Museum of Natural
History, Smithsonian Institution, PO Box 37012, MRC 138,
Washington, DC 20013-7012
Elayne J. Pope, MA*, University of Arkansas, 330 Old
Main, Fayetteville, AR 72701
457
Elayne J. Pope, MA*, University of Arkansas, 330 Old
Main, Fayetteville, AR 72701; Alan G. Robinson, MSc,
Guatemalan Forensic Anthropology Foundation,
Guatemala City, Guatemala City, 01002, Central America;
Kate Spradley, MA, University of Tennessee, 250 South
Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN 37996; and O’Brian C. Smith,
MD, Regional Forensic Center, 1060 Madison, Memphis,
TN 38104
Tzipi Kahana, PhD*, Israel National Police, 67 Ben Zvi
Street, PO Box 8495, Tel Aviv, 61085, Israel; Inmaculada
Aleman, PhD, Department of Anthropology, Faculty of
Medicine, University of Granada, Granada, 18012, Spain;
Miguel C. Botella, MD, PhD, Deptartment of Anthropology,
Faculty of Medicine, University of Granada, Granada,
18012, Spain; and Jehuda Hiss, MD, National Centre of
Forensic Medicine, 67 Ben Zvi, PO Box 8495, Tel Aviv,
61085, Israel
Carrie F. Srnka, MA*, 6352 Iradell Road, Trumansburg,
NY 14886
459
Jennifer A. Synstelien, MA*, and Walter E. Klippel, PhD,
University of Tennessee, Department of Anthropology, 250
South Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN 37996; and Michelle D.
Hamilton, PhD, Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, Tribal
Historic Preservation Office, PO Box 455, Cherokee, NC
28719
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Interdisciplinary Forensic Science
Workshops: A Venue for Data Collection
Society of Forensic Anthropologists
(SOFA): An Introduction
The Forensic Anthropology Society of
Europe: An Introduction
The Louisiana Identification Data Analysis
Project (IDA): A Comprehensive Analysis
of Missing and Unidentified Cases
FAD - A Database Application for Forensic
Anthropology in Human Rights
New Tools for the Processing of Human
Remains From Mass Graves: Spatial
Analysis and Skeletal Inventory Computer
Programs Developed for an InterDisciplinary Approach to the Reassociation of Commingled, Disarticulated
and Incomplete Human Remains
Jeffery K. Tomberlin, PhD*, Texas A&M University, 1229
North U.S. Highway 281, Stephenville, TX 76401; A.
Midori Albert, PhD*, University of North Carolina at
Wilmington, 601 South College Road, Wilmington, NC
28403; Jason H. Byrd, PhD, Office of the Medical
Examiner, 1360 Indian Lake Road, Daytona Beach, FL
32164;and David W. Hall, PhD, David Hall Consultant,
Inc., 3666 Northwest 13th Place, Gainesville, FL 32605
Craig H. Lahren, MA*, North Dakota Department of
Health, Office of the Medical Examiner, PO Box 937,
Bismarck, ND 58502; and Thomas E. Bodkin, MA,
Hamilton County Medical Examiner’s Office, 3202
Amnicola Highway, Chattanooga, TN 37406
Eric Baccino, MD*, Service de Medicine Legale, Hopital
Lapeyronie Chu de Montpellier, Montpellier, 34295 Cedex
5, France; Christina Cattaneo, Instituto di Medicine
Legale, Via Mangiagalli, Milano, 20133, Itlay; Yves
Schuliar, MD, Institut de Recherche Criminelle de la
Gendarmerie Nationale, 1 Boulevard Theophile Sueur,
Roisny-Sous-Bois, 93110, France; Eugenia Cunha, PhD,
Departamento da Anthropologia, Universitate de Coimbra,
Coimbra, 3000-056, Portugal; Randolph Penning, Institut
Fur Rechtsmedizin, Frauenlobstrasse 8a, Munchen, 80337,
Germany; and Jose Luis Prieto, Instituto de Medicina
Forense, Severo Ochoa s/n, Madrid, 28040, Spain
H. Beth Bassett, MA*, and Mary H. Manhein, MA, Forensic
Anthropology and Computer Enhancement Services
Laboratory, Department of Geography and Anthropology,
Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA 70803
Ute Hofmeister, MA*, Porzellangasse 48/12a, Alipasina
45a, Vienna, 1090, Austria; Anahi Ginarte, Lic., EAAF,
Rivadavia 2443, dpto 3 y 4, Buenos Aires, C1034ACD,
Argentina
Hugh H. Tuller, MA*, Joint POW/MIA Accounting
Command, Central Identification Laboratory, 310
Worchester Avenue, Hickam AFB, HI 96853-5530; Cecily
Cropper, BSc*, Ute Hofmeister, MA*, Laura Yazedjian,
MSc, Jon Sterenberg, MSc, and Jon M. Davoren, MA*,
International Commission on Missing Persons, Alipasina
45a, Sarajevo, 71000, Bosnia and Herzegovina
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Skeletons in the Medical Examiner’s
Closet: Realities and Merits of
Investigating Human Skeletal Remains
Undergoing Long Term Curation in the
Medical Examiner’s Office
Nonmetric Characteristics of the Skull for
Determining Race in Blacks and Whites
3-Dimensional Morphometric Analysis of
the Zygomatic as Used in Ancestral
Identification
Sex Determination of Infants and Juveniles
From the Clavicle
Sexual Dimorphism in the Distal Humerus
Sex vs. Gender: Does it Really Matter?
Age at Death Determination Using the
Skeletal Histomorphometry of the Third
Metacarpal and Third Metatarsal From
Autopsy and Cadaver Samples
The Effects of Size in Craniometric
Discriminant Functions
A Tale of Two Museums: Available Fetal
Collections at the National Museum of
Natural History and the Albert SzentGyorgi Medical University, Hungary
Skeletal Markers of Parturition: Analysis
of a Modern American Sample
Variation in Cremains Weight: Tennessee
vs. Florida
When DNA is Not Available Can We Still
Identify People? Recommendations for
Best Practice
Variation in Size and Dimorphism in
Eastern European Femora
Local Standards vs. Informative Priors in
Applied Forensic Anthropology
2004
Donna C. Boyd, PhD*, Radford University, Box 6948,
Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Radford, VA
24142; William Massello III, MD, Office of the Chief
Medical Examiner, 6600 Northside High School Road,
Roanoke, VA 24019
Nicole D. Truesdell, BA*, 1933 South Brightside View
Drive, Apartment E, Baton Rouge, LA 70820
Summer J. Decker, BA*, Jennifer L. Thompson, PhD, and
Bernardo T. Arriaza, PhD, Department of Anthropology &
Ethnic Studies, University of Nevada at Las Vegas, 4505
Maryland Parkway, Box 455003, Las Vegas, NV 891545003
Natalie R. Langley, MA* and Richard Jantz, PhD,
Department of Anthropology, University of Tennessee,
Knoxville, 250 South Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN 37996
Suzanne S. Ii, BA*, 4198 East Manning Avenue, Fowler, CA
93625- 9631; David R. Hunt, PhD, National Museum of
Natural History, Department of Anthropology, Washington,
DC 21201
Frank P. Saul, PhD* and Julie M. Saul, BA, Consultants,
Lucas County Coroner’s Office and Wayne County Medical
Examiner’s Office, 3518 East Lincolnshire Boulevard,
Toledo, OH 43-1203
Adrienne L. Foose, BA*, Robert R. Paine, PhD, and
Richard A. Nisbett, PhD, Texas Tech University,
Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Social Work,
PO Box 1012, Lubbock, TX 79409- 1012; Sridhar
Natarajan, MD, Texas Tech University Health Sciences
Center, Department of Pathology, Division of Forensic
Pathology, 3601 4th Street, Lubbock, TX 79430
Franklin Damann, MA* and John E. Byrd, PhD, Joint
POW/MIA Accounting Central Identification Laboratory,
310 Worchester Avenue, Hickam AFB, HI 96853
Angie K. Huxley, MA, PhD*, PO Box 493812, Redding, CA
96049-3812
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Jonathan D. Bethard, BA*, University of Tennessee, 250
South Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN 37916
William M. Bass, PhD*, and Richard L. Jantz, PhD,
University of Tennessee, Department of Anthropology, 250
South Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN 37996-0720
Jose P. Baraybar, BA, MSc*, Office on Missing Persons
and Forensics (OMPF), United Nations Mission in Kosovo
(UNMIK), AUCON/KFOR, Kosovo A1503, Austria
Richard L. Jantz, PhD* and Erin H. Kimmerle, MA,
University of Tennessee, Department of Anthropology, 250
South Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN 37996-0720
Lyle W. Konigsberg, PhD*, Department of Anthropology,
250 South Stadium Drive, University of Tennessee,
Knoxville, TN 37996-0720
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A Bayesian Approach to Calculating Age
Using Pubic Symphyseal Data
Aging the Elderly: A New Look at an Old
Method
Model of Age Estimation Based on Dental
Factors of Unknown Cadavers Among
Iranians
New Formulae for Estimating Age in the
Balkans Utilizing Lamendin’s Dental
Technique
Sternal Rib Standards for Age Estimation
in Balkan Populations: An Evaluation of
U.S. Standards Using Alternative
Statistical Methods
Geometric Morphometric Techniques for
Ancestry Assessment in Sub-Adults
Population Affinities of “Hispanic” Crania:
Implications for Forensic Identification
International Research in Forensic
Anthropology
Preservation in Paradise I: El Marañon
Cemetery, Isla de Coiba, Republic of
Panama
High Velocity Fluvial Transport: A Case
Study From Tennessee
Erin H. Kimmerle, MA*, Lyle Konigsberg, PhD, and
Richard Jantz, PhD, Department of Anthropology,
University of Tennessee, 250 South Stadium Hall,
Knoxville, TN 37996-0720; Jose Pablo Baraybar, MSc,
Office of Missing Persons and Forensics, Department of
Justice, United Nations Mission in Kosovo, Pristina
Gregory E. Berg, MA*and Erin Kimmerle, MA, University
of Tennessee, 250 South Stadium Way, Knoxville, TN 37996
Babak Faghih Monzavi, DDS*, No 93351 Sanie Zadeh
Lane-Chahar Bagh Bala Avenue, Esfahan 81638-93351,
Iran; Arash Ghodoosi, MD, Fayz Square- Forensic
Medicine Center of Esfahan Province, Esfahan, Iran; Omid
Savabi, DDS, MS, Azadi Square- Hezar Jerib Avenue,
Esfahan University of Medical Science, School of Dentistry,
Esfahan, Iran; Asghar Karimi, DDS, Fayz Square Forensic Medicine Center of Esfahan Province, Esfahan,
Iran; Akbar Hasanzadeh, MS, Azadi Square- Hezar Jerib
Avenue, Esfahan University of Medical Sciences, School of
Health Sciences, Esfahan, Iran
Debra A. Prince, BS, MA* and Lyle W. Konigsberg, PhD,
University of Tennessee, Knoxville, 250 South Stadium
Hall, Department of Anthropology, Knoxville, TN 379960760
Jaime Stuart, MA* and Lyle Konigsberg, PhD, University
of Tennessee, 250 South Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN 37996
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Una Strand Vidarsdottir, BSc, PhD*, Department of
Anthropology, University of Durham, 43 Old Elvet,
Durham, County Durham DH1 3HN, United Kingdom
Dennis E. Slice, PhD*, Wake Forest University School of
Medicine, Department of Biomedical Engineering, Medical
Center Boulevard, Winston-Salem, NC 27157-1022; Ann H.
Ross, PhD, North Carolina State University, Department of
Sociology and Anthropology, Campus Box 8107, Raleigh,
NC 27695-8107
Douglas H. Ubelaker, PhD*, Smithsonian Institution,
Department of Anthropology, NMNH, MRC 112,
Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC 20560
Ann H. Ross, PhD*, Department of Sociology and
Anthropology, North Carolina State University, Campus
Box 8107, Raleigh, NC 27695- 8107; Loreto S. Silva,
Director of Anthropology, Comision de la Verdad de
Panama, Balboa, Republic of Panama; Kathryn M.
Jemmott, MA, C.A. Pound Human ID Laboratory,
University of Florida, Gainesville, FL 32611; Lazaro M.
Cotes, Comision de la Verdad de Panama, Balboa,
Republic of Panama
Nicholas P. Herrmann, PhD*, Beth Bassett, MA, and Lee
M. Jantz, PhD, University of Tennessee, 250 South Stadium
Hall, Department of Anthropology, Knoxville, TN 37996
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Investigation of Nocturnal Oviposition by
Forensic Flies in Central Texas
The Ability to Amplify Skeletal DNA After
Heat Exposure Due to Maceration
Home is Where the Bones Are: Rat Nesting
Behavior as a Tool in Forensic
Investigations
Anthropological Tissue Depth
Measurement Standards: A Comparison
For Accurate Facial Reproduction
Silent Slaughter in Guatemala: The
Importance of Sex, Age, and Pathological
Identification in a Case of Large Scale,
Deliberate Starvation of Children
Using Real-Time PCR Quantification of
Nuclear and Mitochondrial DNA to
Develop Degradation Profiles for Various
Tissues
Preservation in Paradise II: A PreColumbian Burial in a Contemporary
Cemetery
The Archaeology of Tyranny
An Historical Perspective on Nonmetric
Skeletal Variation: Hooton and the
Harvard List
Robert S. Baldridge, PhD, Baylor University, PO Box
97388, Waco, TX 76798; Susan G. Wallace, PhD*, Baylor
University, PO Box 97370, Waco, TX 76798; Ryan
Kirkpatrick, BS, Texas A&M University, Department of
Entomology, College Station, TX 77843
Krista E. Latham, MS*, Temple University, Department of
Anthropology, 1115 West Berks Street, Philadelphia, PA
19122; Jennifer L. Harms, BS, Carlos J. Zambrano, BA,
Mary K. Ritke, PhD, and Stephen P. Nawrocki, PhD,
University of Indianapolis, Department of Biology, 1400
East Hanna Avenue, Indianapolis, IN 46227
Tamara L. Leher, BA* and Turhon A. Murad, PhD,
California State University, Chico, Department of
Anthropology, Chico, CA 95929-400
Stacie Terstegge, MS*, University of New Haven, Public
Safety and Professional Studies, California Campus, 6060
Sunrise Vista Boulevard, Citrus Heights, CA 95610; Brandi
Schmitt, MS, University of California, Department of Cell
Biology and Human Anatomy, School of Medicine, Davis,
CA 95616
Jason M. Wiersema, MA*, Department of Anthropology,
Texas A&M University, College Station, TX 77840; Mario
Vasquez, MA, Oficina de Derechos Humanos del
Arzobizpado de Guatemala, 115 5th Avenue, Guatemala
City, 33154, Guatemala; Luis Rios, MA, Department of
Anthropology, Universidad Autonima de Madrid, Madrid,
15404, Spain
Elias J. Kontanis, BS, BA*, Cornell University, Department
of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, Corson Hall, Ithaca,
NY 14853
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Kathryn M. Jemmott, MA*, CA Pound Human ID
Laboratory, University of Florida, Building 114 SW Radio
Road, Gainesville, FL 32611; Ann H. Ross, PhD, North
Carolina State University, Department of Sociology and
Anthropology, Raleigh, NC 27612; Loreto S. Silva,
Comision de la Verdad, Balboa, Panama City, Panama;
Lazaro M. Cotes, Comision de la Verdad, Balboa, Panama
City, Panama; Carlos Fitzgerald, PhD, Patrimonio
Historico, Panama, Panama City, Panama
Lazaro M. Cotes, Comision de la Verdad, Balboa, Panama
City, Panama; Kathryn M. Jemmott, MA, CA Pound Human
ID Laboratory, University of Florida, Building 114 SW
Radio Road, Gainesville, FL 32611; Loreto S. Silva,
Comision de la Verdad, Balboa, Panama City, Panama;
Ann H. Ross, PhD, North Carolina State University,
Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Raleigh, NC
27612
Joseph T. Hefner, BS*, Department of Anthropology,
University of Florida, 5007 NW 29th Street, Gainesville, FL
32607; Stephen D. Ousley, PhD, Smithsonian, NMNH
MRCI 138, Washington, DC 20560; Michael W. Warren,
PhD, Department of Anthropology, University of Florida,
Gainesville, FL 32605
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Nonmetric Trait Frequencies and the
Attribution of Ancestry
Non-Metric Indicators of Ancestry:
Making Non-Metric Traits More User
Friendly in Racial Assessments
Playing the “Race” Card Without a
Complete Deck: The Addition of Missing
Asian Data to Aid Racial Determinations in
Forensic Casework
The Zygomaticomaxillary Suture: A Study
of Variability Within Homo sapiens
Racial Variation in Palate Form and the
Shape of the Transverse Palatine Suture
Femoral Variation Between Whites and
American Indians
Population Variability in the Proximal
Articulation Surfaces of the Human Femur
and Humerus
Racial Assessment Using the Platymeric
Index
Race — A New Synthesis for a New
Century
Forensic Anthropology and the Belief in
Human Races
The Deconstruction of Race: Its Origins
and Existence
Race vs. Ancestry: A Necessary Distinction
Race as a Viable Concept
Deaths of Undocumented Immigrants in
Southern Arizona
Metric Description of Hispanic Skeletons:
A Preliminary Analysis
Ours or Theirs?
Skull-Photo Superimposition and Border
Deaths: Identification Through Exclusion
and the Failure to Exclude
Steven N. Byers, PhD*, University of New Mexico at
Valencia, 280 La Entrada Road, Los Lunas, NM 87031
Michael Finnegan, PhD*, Kansas State University,
Osteology Laboratory, 204 Waters Hall, Manhattan, KS
66506
David R. Rankin, MA*, and C.E. Moore, PhD, U.S. Army
Central Identification Laboratory, Hawaii, 310 Worchester
Avenue, Hickam AFB, HI 96853-5530
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Amy A. Holborow, BS, MA*, Department of Anthropology,
University of Wyoming, PO Box 3431, Laramie, WY 82071
Kristen J. Rawlings, MA*, University of Wyoming,
Department of Criminal Justice, A&S 223, PO Box 3197,
Laramie, WY 82071
H. Anne Halvorsen, MA* and Rick L. Weathermon, MA,
Department of Anthropology, University of Wyoming,
Laramie, WY 82072
George W. Gill, PhD*, Department of Anthropology,
University of Wyoming, Laramie, WY 82071
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Daniel J. Wescott, PhD*, University of Missouri at
Columbia, Department of Anthropology, 107 Swallow Hall,
Columbia, MO 65211; Deepa Srikanta, BA, University of
Missouri at Columbia, Department of Biology, Columbia,
MO 65211
John M. McCullough, PhD*, University of Utah, 270 South
1400 East, Salt Lake City, UT 84112-0060
Norman J. Sauer, PhD*, Department of Anthropology, 354
Baker Hall, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI
48824
Emilie L. Smith, BA*, 1910 Runaway Bay Lane, Apartment
P, Indianapolis, IN 46224
Vicki L. Wedel, MS, MA*, University of California, Santa
Cruz, Department of Anthropology, Social Sciences 1
Faculty Services, 1156 High Street, Santa Cruz, CA 95060
Thomas A. Furgeson, BA, BS*, University of Wyoming,
2109-C East Hancock Street, Laramie, WY 82072
Bruce O. Parks, MD*, Eric Peters, MD, Cynthia
Porterfield, DO, David Winston, MD, and Diane Karluk,
MD, Pima County Forensic Science Center, 2825 East
District Street, Tucson, AZ 85714; Sam Keim, MD,
University of Arizona Department of Emergency Medicine,
University of Arizona College of Medicine, Tucson, AZ;
Michael Kent, MD, Emergency Department, Northwest
Hospital, Tucson, AZ
Richard L. Jantz, PhD*, University of Tennessee,
Department of Anthropology, 250 South Stadium Hall,
Knoxville, TN 37996-0720
Walter H. Birkby, PhD*, Forensic Science Center, Office of
the Medical Examiner, Pima County, 2825 East District
Street, Tucson, AZ 85714
Todd W. Fenton, PhD*, and Norman J. Sauer, PhD,
Michigan State University, Department of Anthropology,
354 Baker Hall, East Lansing, MI 48824
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Reuniting Families: Using Phenotypic and
Genotypic Forensic Evidence to Identify
Unknown Immigrant Remains
Migrant Deaths Along the CaliforniaMexico Border: An Anthropological
Perspective
Issues Concerning the Skeletal
Identification of Deceased Illegal Aliens
Recovered on the Texas Border
Identifying the Dead: Methods Utilized for
Undocumented Immigrants, 2001-2003
Personal Identification and Death
Investigation of Documented and
Undocumented Migrant Workers in
Florida: Demographic, Biographic, and
Pathologic Factors
Fatal Footsteps: The Murder of
Undocumented Border Crossers in
Maricopa County, Arizona
Osseous Traumata Caused by a Fall From
a Height: A Case Study
Multidisciplinary Efforts in the
Identification of Three Unidentified
Females in the State of New Jersey
Bullet Wipe on Bone: Production and
Detection
Skeletal Evidence of Homicidal
Compression
Determining Medicolegal Significance:
Human vs. Selkie
Assessment of Saw-Blade Wear Patterns
and Wear-Related Features of the Kerf
Wall
Hereditary Multiple Exostoses: An
Identifying Pathology
Lori E. Baker, PhD*, Department of Anthropology, Baylor
University, PO Box 97370, Waco, TX 76798; Erich J.
Baker, PhD, Department of Computer Science, Baylor
University, Waco, TX 76798
Madeleine J. Hinkes, PhD*, San Diego Mesa College, 7250
Mesa College Drive, San Diego, CA 92111
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David M. Glassman, PhD*, Texas State University-San
Marcos, Department of Anthropology, San Marcos, Texas
78666
Bruce E. Anderson, PhD*, Pima County Office of the
Medical Examiner, Forensic Science Center, 2825 East
District Street, Tucson, AZ 85714
Anthony B. Falsetti, PhD* and Heather Walsh-Haney, MA,
C.A. Pound Human Identification Laboratory, Department
of Anthropology, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL
32601; Martha J. Burt, MD, Medical Examiner
Department, Miami-Dade County, Number One on Bob
Hope Road, Miami, FL 33136
Laura C. Fulginiti, PhD*, A.L. Mosley, MD, V. Shvarts,
MD, J. Hu, MD, K.D. Horn, MD, P.E. Keen, MD, and R.M.
Hsu, MD, Forensic Science Center, 701 West Jefferson,
Phoenix, AZ 85007
Kristen M. Hartnett, MA*, Arizona State University,
Department of Anthropology, PO Box 872402, Tempe, AZ
85287-2402; Laura C. Fulginiti, PhD, 701 West Jefferson,
Phoenix, AZ 85007
Donna A. Fontana, MS*, New Jersey State Police, River
Road, PO Box 7068, West Trenton, NJ 08628; Raafat
Ahmad, MD, Mercer County Medical Examiner Office,
Mercer County Airport, Building #31, West Trenton, NJ
08628; Jay Peacock, MD, Monmouth County Medical
Examiner Office, Centra State Medical Center, Route 537,
Freehold, NJ 07728; Ronald Suarez, MD, Morris County
Medical Examiner Office, PO Box 900, Morristown, NJ
07963-0900
David Z.C. Hines, BA*, C.A. Pound Human Identification
Laboratory, PO Box 112545, University of Florida,
Gainesville, FL 32611
Alison Galloway, PhD*, University of California, Social
Science One FS, Santa Cruz, CA 95064; Lauren Zephro,
MA, Monterey County Sheriff’s Office, 1414 Natividad
Road, Salinas, CA 93906-3102
Vincent H. Stefan, PhD*, Lehman College, CUNY,
Department of Anthropology, 250 Bedford Park Boulevard
West, Bronx, NY 10468
Laurel Freas, BA*, Department of Anthropology, C.A.
Pound Human Identification Laboratory, University of
Florida, PO Box 112545, Gainesville, FL 32611
Melissa L. Gold, BS*, Department of Anthropology, C.A.
Pound Human Identification Laboratory, University of
Florida, PO Box 112545, Gainesville, FL 32611
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Empirical Validation and Application of
the Quality-Control Polymerase Chain
Reaction (qcPCR) Inhibitor Detection
System
Defining Perimortem: Blunt Force Trauma
Footnotes: Diabetic Osteopathy Used in
Human Identification
Diagnosing Degenerative Pathologies in an
Unidentified Skeleton
Symmetrical Fracturing of the Skull From
Self-Inflicted Gunshot Wounds:
Reconstructing Individual Death Histories
From Skeletonized Human Remains
In the Name of the Dead: The Panamanian
Truth Commission’s Search for the
“Disappeared”
Truth, Justice, and Forensic Anthropology
in Latin America
Perspectives and Recommendations From
the Field: Forensic Anthropology and
Human Rights in Argentina
The Development of Forensic
Anthropology in Chile
Forensic Anthropology in Guatemala
The Peruvian Forensic Anthropology
Team (EPAF) and the Memory of the
Missing
Forensic Anthropology in Colombia
Postmortem and Perimortem Fracture
Patterns in the Long Bones of Deer
Elias J. Kontanis, BS, BA*, Cornell University, Department
of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, Corson Hall, Ithaca,
NY 14853; Krista E. Latham, MS, Temple University,
Department of Anthropology, 1115 West Berks Street,
Philadelphia, PA 19122; Mary K. Ritke, PhD, University of
Indianapolis, Department of Biology, 1400 East Hanna
Avenue, Indianapolis, IN 46227
Derinna V. Kopp, MA*, Jacquel Arismendi, MA, and
Shannon A. Novak, PhD, Department of Anthropology,
University of Utah, 270 South 1400 East, Room 102, Salt
Lake City, UT 84112
Heather A. Walsh-Haney, MA*, John J. Schultz, PhD, and
Anthony B. Falsetti, PhD, University of Florida, C.A.
Pound Human Identification Laboratory, PO Box 112545,
Gainesville, FL 32611
Sarah A. Kiley, BA*, University of Indianapolis, 1400 East
Hanna Avenue, Indianapolis, IN 46227; Amy Z. Mundorff,
MA and Thomas Gibson, MD, Office of the Chief Medical
Examiner, 520 1st Avenue, New York, NY 10016
Todd W. Fenton, PhD*, Jered B. Cornelison, MS, and
Leslie A. Wood, BS, Michigan State University, Department
of Forensic Science, 560 Baker Hall, East Lansing, MI
48824
Loreto Suarez Silva, Director of Anthropology, Comision de
la Verdad de Panama, Balboa, 27695-8107, Republic of
Panama; Kathrynn M. Jemmott, MA, University of Florida,
C.A. Pound Human ID Laboratory, Gainesville, FL 32611;
Ann H. Ross, PhD*, Department of Sociology and
Anthropology, North Carolina State University, Campus
Box 8107, Raleigh, NC 27695-8107
Clyde Snow, PhD*, c/o ALAF and EAAF, 10 Jay Street
#502, Brooklyn, NY 11201
Mercedes C. Doretti*, Argentine Forensic Anthropology
Team (EAAF), 10 Jay Street #502, Brooklyn, NY 11201;
Luis Fondebrider, c/o ALAF and EAAF, 10 Jay Street #502,
Brooklyn, NY 11201
Isabel Reveco*, Association for Latin American Forensic
Anthropology, c/o EAAF, 10 Jay Street #502, Brooklyn, NY
11201
Fredy Peccerelli *, c/o ALAF and EAAF, 10 Jay Street,
#502, Brooklyn, NY 11201; José Samuel Suasnavar
Bolaños, Lourdes Penados, and Mario Vasquez, c/o ALAF
and EAAF, 10 Jay St #502, Brooklyn, NY 11201
Jose Pablo Baraybar, MSc*, Aldo Bolanos, Carmen Rosa
Cardoza, Mellisa Lund, Giovani Macciotta, and Juan
Carlos Tello, Peruvian Forensic Anthropology Team
(EPAF), c/o ALAF and EAAF, 10 Jay Street #502,
Brooklyn, NY 11201
Andres Patiño* and Edixon Quinones Reyes, c/o ALAF and
EAAF, 10 Jay Street #502, Brooklyn, NY 11201
Bruce P. Wheatley, PhD*, Department of Anthropology and
Social Work, University of Alabama, Birmingham, AL
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Healing Following Cranial Trauma
Burning Observations of Decomposed
Human Remains: Obscuring the
Postmortem Interval
Experimental Study of Fracture
Propagation in the Human Skull: A ReTesting of Popular Theories
The Use of Non-Unique Dental Characters
and Non-Unique DNA Types to Estimate
Probability of Identity
Reassociating Commingled Remains
Separated by Distance and Time: The Tale
of Simon And Steven
Temporomandibular Joint Morphology
and the Assessment of Potential
Commingling
Using GIS Technology to Locate
Clandestine Human Remains
Anthropological Review of Remains From
Srebrenica as Part of the Identification
Process
Exhumation... and What After? ICMP
Model in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Air-Drying as a Means of Preservation for
the Unidentified and Unclaimed Remains
From the World Trade Center
Preliminary Results on the Use of Cadaver
Dogs to Locate Vietnam War-Era Human
Remains
Genes, Nerves, and Bones: Neural
Networks, Genetic Algorithms, and
Forensic Anthropology
U.S. Army Identification Laboratories for
WWII and Korea and the History of
Forensic Anthropology
The ASCLD-LAB Accreditation of the
Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command,
Central Identification Laboratory
Outside Traditional Skeletal Casework: A
Forensic Anthropologist in a Medical
Examiner’s Office
Forensics and Television: A Learning
Experience or Beguiling Obsession?
Lenore Barbian, PhD*, and Paul S. Sledzik, MS, National
Museum of Health and Medicine, Armed Forces Institute of
Pathology, 6825 16th Street NW, Washington, DC 203066000
Elayne J. Pope, MA*, University of Arkansas, 330 Old
Main, Fayetteville, AR 72701; O’Brian C. Smith, MD,
Regional Forensic Center, University of Tennessee, 1060
Madison Avenue, Memphis, TN 38104
Anne M. Kroman, MA*, University of Tennessee,
Department of Anthropology, 250 South Stadium Hall,
Knoxville, TN 37996
Mark D. Leney, PhD* and Bradley J. Adams, PhD, U.S.
Army Central Identification Laboratory, HI, 310
Worchester Avenue, Hickam AFB, HI 96853
Debra A. Komar, PhD*, Office of the Medical Investigator,
University of New Mexico, MSC11 6030, Albuquerque, NM
510
Vincent H. Stefan, PhD*, Lehman College, CUNY,
Department of Anthropology, 250 Bedford Park Boulevard
West, Bronx, NY 10468
Ann Marie W. Mires, PhD*, Office of the Chief Medical
Examiner, 720 Albany Street, Boston, MA 02118; Alberto
Giordano, PhD, Department of Geography, University of
Texas, Austin, TX 77005
Piotr Drukier, MSc*, Eva Klonowski, PhD, Laura
Yazedjian, Rifat Kesetovic, and Edwin F. Huffine, MS,
International Commission on Missing Persons, Alipashina
45a, 71000 Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Eva Klonowski, PhD*, Piotr Drukier, MSc, and Nermin
Sarajlic, MD, MSc, International Commission on Missing
Persons, Alipashina 45a, 71000 Sarajevo, Bosnia and
Herzegovina
Benjamin J. Figura, BA*, PO Box 4423, Chico, CA 959274423
513
Paul D. Emanovsky, MS*, U.S. Army Central Identification
Laboratory, 310 Worchester Avenue, Hickam AFB, HI
96853
Suzanne Bell, PhD*, West Virginia University, Department
of Chemistry, PO Box 6045, Morgantown, WV 26506;
Richard L. Jantz, PhD, Department of Anthropology,
University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN 37996-0720
Christopher M. McDermott, MA*, U.S. Army Central
Identification Laboratory, 310 Worchester Avenue,
Building 45, Hickam AFB, HI 96853
Vincent J. Sava, BS, MA*, Joint POW/MIA Accounting
Command Central Identification Laboratory, 310
Worchester Avenue, Building 45, Hickam AFB, HI 96853
Tom E. Bodkin, MA*, Hamilton County Medical Examiner
Office, 3202 Amnicola Highway, Chattanooga, TN 37409
517
Ellen R. Salter-Pedersen, BA, BSc*, Department of
Geography and Anthropology, 227 Howe-Russell,
Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA 70803
520
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Estimation of Living Body Weight Using
Measurements of Anterior Iliac Spine
Breadth and Stature
Preliminary Observations of Vertebral
Centra Retraction and Its Relationship to
Age
Epiphyseal Closure Rates in the Srebrenica
Youth
An Evaluation of the Greulich and Pyle
Skeletal Aging Standards for the Hand and
Wrist in a Contemporary Multiethnic
Population
A Quantitative Study of Morphological
Variation in the OS Coxa for the Purpose
of Estimating Sex of Human Skeletal
Remains
A Review of Age Estimation Using Rib
Histology: Its Impact on Evidentiary
Examination
Distinguishing Between Human and NonHuman Secondary Osteons in Ribs
Species Identification of Small Skeletal
Fragments Using Protein
Radioimmunoassay (pRIA)
Developing the “Isotope Fingerprint” in
Human Skeletal Remains
Skeletal Manifestations of Non-Hodgkin’s
Lymphoma and Multiple Myeloma: A
Differential Diagnosis
Computer Assisted Facial Reconstruction
Technique
Testing the Reliability of Frontal Sinuses in
Positive Identification Using Elliptic
Fourier Analysis
Markers of Mechanical Loading in the
Postcranial Skeleton: Their Relevance to
Personal Identification of Human Remains
Jaime A. Suskewicz, BA*, Louisiana State University, 2000
Brightside Drive, #722, Baton Rouge, LA 70820
520
A. Midori Albert, BS, MA, PhD*, Anthropology Program,
University of North Carolina at Wilmington, 601 South
College Road, Wilmington, NC 28403-5907
Maureen C. Schaefer, BS, MA*, International Commission
on Missing Persons, Alipashina 45a, 71000 Sarajevo,
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Susan M.T. Myster, PhD, Hamline University, MB 196,
1536 Hewitt Avenue, St. Paul, MN 55104; Sarah E. Nathan,
BA*, Department of Forensic Sciences, Nebraska Wesleyan
University, Lincoln, NE 68503
Peer H. Moore-Jansen, PhD* and Amber Harrison, BA*,
Department of Anthropology, Wichita State University, 114
Neff Hall, Wichita, KS 67260-0052
521
Christian M. Crowder, MA*, University of Toronto, 100 St.
George Street, Toronto, Ontario M5S 3G3, Canada
524
Elizabeth J. Whitman, MA*, 1044 Eugenia Drive, Mason,
MI 48854
Douglas H. Ubelaker, PhD*, Smithsonian Institution,
Department of Anthropology, NMNH, MRC 112,
Washington, DC 20560; Jerold M. Lowenstein, MD,
California Pacific Medical Center, 2333 Buchanan Street,
San Francisco, CA 94115; Darden G. Hood, BS,
MicroAnalytica, LLC, 4989 SW 74 Court, Miami, FL 33155
Benjamin Swift, MB, ChB*, and Guy N. Rutty, MD,
Division of Forensic Pathology, University of Leicester,
Robert Kilpatrick Clinical Sciences Building, Leicester
Royal Infirmary, Leicester LE2 7LX, United Kingdom;
Richard Harrington, PhD, International Commission on
Missing Persons, Alipasina 45a, 71000 Sarajevo, Bosnia
and Herzegovina
Alaina K. Goff, BA* and Wendy Potter, MS, University of
New Mexico, Department of Anthropology, Albuquerque,
NM 87131; Debra Komar, PhD, Office of the Medical
Investigator, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM
87131
Yves Schuliar, MD* and Pascal Chaudeyrac, MS, Institut
de Recherche Criminelle de la Gendarmerie Nationale, 1
Boulevard Theophile Sueur, Rosny-sous-Bois 93110,
France; Richard Aziza, MD, 13 Avenue Eylau, Paris 75116,
France; Jean-Noel Vignal, PhD, Institut de Recherche
Criminelle de la Gendarmerie Nationale, 1 Boulevard
Theophile Sueur, Rosny-sous-Bois 93110, France
Angi M. Christensen, PhD*, 301 Taliwa Drive, Knoxville,
TN 37920
525
Kenneth A.R. Kennedy, PhD*, Cornell University,
Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Corson
Hall, Ithaca, NY 14853
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Rapid Responses to International
Incidents: To Go or Not to Go (or When to
Go and How to Go)?
Tal Simmons, PhD*, School of Conservation Sciences,
Talbot Campus, Bournemouth University, Poole, Dorset
BH12 5BB, United Kingdom Panelists: Alison Galloway,
PhD*, University of California, Social Science One FS,
Santa Cruz, CA 95064; Jose Pablo Baraybar, BA, MSc*,
Office on Missing Persons and Forensics (OMPF), United
Nations Mission in Kosovo (UNMIK), AUCON/KFOR,
Kosovo A1503, Austria; Laura Bowman, BA*, 3856 Porter
Street NW, E-371, Washington, DC 20016; Melissa
Connor, MA, RPA*, 11101 South 98th Street, Lincoln, NE
68526; Margaret Cox, PhD*; William D. Haglund, PhD*,
20410 25th Avenue, NW, Shoreline, WA 98177; Sara Kahn,
MSW, MPH*, 108 West 76th Street, #2A, New York, NY
10023; Mary Ellen Keough, MPH*, Meyers Primary Care
Institute, 630 Plantation Street, Worcester, MA 01605
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Expressions of Handedness in the
Vertebral Column
Skull vs. Postcranial Elements in Sex
Determination
Race and Ethnicity in Subadult Crania:
When Does Differentiation Occur?
An Examination of the Petrographic
Technique in the Analysis of Cementum
Increments for the Determination of Age
and Seasonality in Human Teeth
A Test of the Auricular Surface Ageing
Method Using a Modern Sample: The
Effect of Observer Experience
Sex, Size, and Genetic Mistakes:
Identifying Disorders of Sexual
Differentiation in Human Skeletal Remains
The Foot as a Forensic Tool
Back to the Basics: Anatomical Siding of
Fragmentary Skeletal Elements From
Victims of the World Trade Center
Disaster
The William M. Bass Donated Collection at
the University of Tennessee - Knoxville
The Hyoid Bone as a Sex Discriminator
The Estimation of Sex From the Proximal
Ulna
The Utility of Nonmetric Cranial Traits in
Ancestry Determination - Part II
Forensic Anthropology, Repatriation, and
the “Mongoloid” Problem
2003
Jennifer A. Synstelien, MA*, and Michelle D. Hamilton,
MA, Department of Anthropology, University of Tennessee,
250 South Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN
M. Katherine Spradley, MA*, and Richard L. Jantz, PhD,
Department of Anthropology, University of Tennessee, 252
South Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN
Elizabeth A. Murray, PhD*, Hamilton County Coroner’s
Office, College of Mount St. Joseph, 5701 Delhi Road,
Cincinnati, OH
Tamara L. Leher, BA*, Department of Anthropology,
California State University-Chico, P.O. Box 4036, Chico,
CA
531
Debra A. Komar, PhD*, Office of the Medical Investigator,
University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM; Tim
Petersen, MA, Department of Anthropology, University of
New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM; Suzzette Sturtevant, BSc,
and Britny Moore, BSc, Office of the Medical Investigator,
University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM
Linda O’Connell, BM, MSc*, Joy Steven, MSc*, and
Margaret Cox, PhD*, School of Conservation Sciences,
Bournemouth University, Poole, Dorset, United Kingdom
John A. DiMaggio, RPh, DPM*, Forensic Podiatry
Consulting Services, 2600 East Southern Avenue, Suite I-3,
Tempe, AZ
Eric J. Bartelink, MA*, Jason M. Wiersema, MA, and
Maria Parks, MA, Department of Anthropology, Texas A &
M University, College Station, TX; Gaille MacKinnon, BA,
MSc, Department of Conservation Sciences, University of
Bournemouth, Bournemouth, United Kingdom; and Amy
Zelson Mundorff, MA, Office of Chief Medical Examiner,
New York City, 520 First Avenue, New York, NY
Helen E. Bassett, MA*, M. Katherine Spradley, MA, and
Lee Meadows Jantz, PhD, Department of Anthropology,
University of Tennessee, 250 South Stadium Hall,
Knoxville, TN
Michael Finnegan, PhD*, Department of Sociology,
Anthropology and Social Work, Kansas State University,
Manhattan, KS
William E. Grant, MA*, Holland Community Hospital, 602
Michigan Avenue, Holland, MI; and Richard L. Jantz, PhD,
Department of Anthropology, University of Tennessee, 250
South Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN
Joseph T. Hefner, BS*, C.A. Pound Human Identification
Laboratory, Department of Anthropology, 1898 Seton
Court, Clearwater, FL
Stephen D. Ousley, PhD*, Smithsonian Institution,
Repatriation Office, Department of Anthropology,
Washington, DC; Jessica L. Seebauer, BS, Department of
Biology, State University of New York-Geneseo, Geneseo,
NY; and Erica B. Jones, MA, Smithsonian Institution,
Repatriation Office, Department of Anthropology,
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A Strategy for Age Determination
Combining a Dental Method (Lamendin)
and an Anthropological Method (Iscan)
Introducing Daubert to the Balkans
Dirty Secrets: Identification of Older
Crime Scenes in the Former Yugoslavia
Through Blood Protein and Volatile Fatty
Acid Soil Analysis
Exhumations in Bosnia and Herzegovina:
Unique Challenges in the Recovery From
Cavern Sites
Resolution of Large-Scale Commingling
Issues: Lessons From CILHI and ICMP
Reassociation of Skeletal Remains
Recovered From Graves in Bosnia and
Herzegovina
The Influence of Large-Scale DNA Testing
on the Traditional Anthropological
Approach to Human Identification: The
Experience in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Age-Related Changes in the Adult Male
Vertebral Column
Lamendin’s and Prince’s Dental Aging
Methods Applied to a Bosnian Population
Impact of Heat and Chemical Maceration
on DNA Recovery and Cut Mark Analysis
Two Miles and Nine Years From Home:
The Taphonomy of Aqueous Environments
Dissolving Dentition: The Effects of
Corrosive and Caustic Agents on Teeth
Washington, DC
Laurnet Martrille*, and Tarek Mbghirbi, Service de
médecine légale, CHU Lapeyronie, 191 av, Montpellier,
France; Alain Zerilli, DDS, Faculté d’odontologie, CHU
Brest, cedex , France, Brest, France; F. Seguret,
Département d’information médicale, CHU Montpellier,
France; and Eric Baccino, MD, Service de médecine légale,
CHU Lapeyronie, 191 av, Montpellier, France,
Richard J. Harrington, PhD*, International Commission on
Missing Persons, Alipasina 45a, Sarajevo; Benjamin Swift,
MBChB, Division of Forensic Pathology, Robert Kilpatrick
Clinical Sciences Building, Leicester Royal Infirmary,
Leicester, United Kingdom; and Edwin F. Huffine, MS,
International Commission on Missing Persons, Alipasina
45a, Sarajevo
Hugh H. Tuller, MA*, International Commission on
Missing Persons, Alipasina 45a, 71000, Sarajevo
Eva E. Klonowski, PhD*, Nermin Sarajlic, PhD, and Piotr
Drukier, MS, International Commission on Missing
Persons, Alipasina 45a, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
John E. Byrd, PhD*, and Bradley J. Adams, PhD, U.S.
Central Identification Laboratory, 310 Worchester Avenue,
Hickam AFB, HI; and Lisa M. Leppo, PhD, and Richard J.
Harrington, PhD, International Commission on Missing
Persons, Alipasina 45a, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Eva E. Klonowski, PhD*, International Commission on
Missing Persons, Alipasina 45a, Sarajevo, Muhamed
Mujkic, MS, Federation Commission on Tracing Missing
Persons, Sarajevo, and Nermin Sarajlic, PhD, and Piotr
Drukier, MS, International Commission on Missing
Persons, Alipasina 45a, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Ana Boza Arlotti, PhD*, Edwin F. Huffine, MS, and
Richard J. Harrington, PhD, International Commission on
Missing Persons, Alipasina 45a, Sarajevo, Bosnia and
Herzegovina
Piotr Drukier, MS*, Nermin Sarajlic, PhD, and Eva E.
Klonowski, PhD, International Commission on Missing
Persons, Alipasina 45a, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Nermin Sarajlic, MD MSc*, Eva E. Klonowski, PhD, Piotr
Drukier, MSc, and Richard J. Harrington, PhD,
International Commission on Missing Persons, Alipasina
45a, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Dawnie W. Steadman, PhD*, Jeremy Wilson, BS, Kevin E.
Sheridan, MA, and Steven Tammariello, PhD, Department
of Biology, Binghamton University, P.O. Box 6000,
Binghamton, NY
Casey Shamblin, BA*, and Mary H. Manhein, MA,
Department of Geography and Anthropology, Louisiana
State University, Baton Rouge, LA
Joy E. Lang, BSc, BA*, and Tosha L. Dupras, PhD,
Department of Sociology and Anthropology, University of
Central Florida, Orlando, FL
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Rituals Among the Santeria: Contextual
Clues and Forensic Implications
Frozen Human Bone: A Histological
Investigation
The Effect of Heat Associated With
Maceration on DNA Preservation in
Skeletal Remains
Using Restriction Enzymes to Reduce the
Inhibitory Properties of Bacterial DNA on
PCR Amplification of Human DNA
Sequences
Fire Scene Management Strategies for the
Recovery of Human Remains From Severe
Vehicle Fires
Peculiar Marine Taphonomy Findings:
Preservation of Human Remains as a
Result of Submersion in Sequestered
Environments
The Landscape’s Role in Dumped and
Scattered Remains
The Role of Textiles in Determination of
Postmortem Interval
It Came Out of the Sky: Cremains as an
Aerial Hazard
The Effect of Human Body Mass on the
Rate of Decomposition
Understanding Rib Fracture Patterns
Features of Preexisting Trauma and
Burned Cranial Bone
Burning Extremities: Patterns of Arms,
Legs, and Preexisting Trauma
Heather A. Walsh-Haney, MA*, John J. Schultz, MS, and
Anthony B. Falsetti, PhD, C.A. Pound Human Identification
Laboratory/Department of Anthropology, University of
Florida, P.O. Box 112545, Gainesville, FL; and Reinhard
W. Motte, MD, Miami-Dade County, District 11 Office of
the Medical Examiner, Number One on Bob Hope Road,
Miami, FL
Mariateresa A. Tersigni, MA*, Department of
Anthropology, University of Tennessee, 250 South Stadium
Hall, Knoxville, TN
Krista E. Latham, BS*, Carlos J. Zambrano, BA, and Mary
Ritke, PhD, Department of Biology, University of
Indianapolis, 1400 East Hanna Avenue, Indianapolis, IN
Janene Curtis, BS*, Archeology and Forensics Laboratory,
and Christine M. Turk, BS, and Mary K. Ritke, PhD,
Biology Department, University of Indianapolis, 1400 East
Hanna Avenue, Indianapolis, IN
Alan Price, MA*, Associate Director, Southern Institute of
Forensic Science, Regional Service Office, 7224 West
Canberra Street Drive, Greeley, CO; and Michael Britt, BS,
Supervisor of Investigations, District 20, Medical
Examiner’s Office, 3838 Domestic Avenue, Naples, FL
Giancarlo Di Vella, MD*, Carlo Pietro Campobasso, MD,
PhD, and Francesco Introna, MD, Section of Legal
Medicine, University of Bari, Policlinico, piazza G. Cesare,
Bari, Italy
Mary H. Manhein, MA*, Ginesse Listi, MA, and Michael
Leitner, PhD, Department of Geography and Anthropology,
Louisiana State University, 227 Howe-Russell, Baton
Rouge, LA
Kellie M. Gordon, BA*, and Mary H. Manhein, MA,
Department of Geography and Anthropology, Louisiana
State University, 227 Howe Russell Geoscience Complex,
Baton Rouge, LA
John A. Williams, PhD*, University of North Dakota, Box
8374, Grand Forks, ND
Jaime Stuart, MA*, Department of Anthropology,
University of Tennessee, 250 South Stadium Hall,
Knoxville, TN
Jennifer C. Love, PhD*, and Steven A. Symes, PhD,
University of Tennessee, Memphis, Regional Forensic
Center, Memphis, Memphis, TN; and Chantal Ferraro,
PhD, Long Island University, Long Island University,
Brookville, NY
Elayne J. Pope, MA*, University of Arkansas, 330 Old
Main, Fayetteville, AR; and O’ Brian C. Smith, MD,
Regional Forensic Center of the University of Tennessee,
1060 Madison Avenue, Memphis, TN
O’ Brian C. Smith, MD, Regional Forensic Center of the
University of Tennessee, 1060 Madison Ave, Memphis, TN;
and Elayne J. Pope, MA*, University of Arkansas, 330 Old
Main, Fayetteville, AR
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The Influence of Behavior on Free Fall
Injury Patterns: Possible Implications for
Forensic Anthropological Investigations
Numerical Simulation of Fracture
Propagation in a Test of Cantilevered
Tubular Bone
An Evaluation of the Relationship Between
Human Pelvic Size and Shape and the
Distribution, Type, and Severity of
Vertebral Degenerative Disease in
Archaeological Material
Assessment of Muscular-Skeletal
Robusticity in Personal Identification of
Human Remains
Body Weight Estimation in Forensic
Anthropology
Radiographic Human Identification Using
Bones of the Hand: A Validation Study
Using Amplification of Bacteriophage
Lambda DNA to Detect PCR Inhibitors in
Skeletal DNA
Nuclear DNA Preservation in Soft and
Osseous Tissues
The University of Tennessee/ FBI Human
Remains Recovery School
Presenting Forensic Anthropology
Training Seminars and Workshops to
Forensic Science, Medico-Legal, and Law
Enforcement Professionals: Consequences
for Death Investigations Involving
Decomposed, Skeletal, and Burned Human
Remains
Fifteen Years of Forensic Anthropology
Short Courses at the National Museum of
Health and Medicine/AFIP
Forensic Anthropology for Sale: A
Perspective From Law Enforcement
Supply and Demand: Trends and Training
in Forensic Anthropology
Teaching Forensic Archaeology to the
Masses: The Death Scene Course at
Mercyhurst College After a Decade
The National Forensic Academy
Angi M. Christensen, MA*, Department of Anthropology,
The University of Tennessee, 250 South Stadium Hall,
Knoxville, TN
John F. Berryman*, University of Tennessee, Lebanon, TN;
Hugh E. Berryman, PhD, Metropolitan and Davidson
County Medical Examiner’s Office, Lebanon, TN; Robert A.
LeMaster, PhD, PE, Department of Engineering, College of
Engineering and Natural Science, Martin, TN; and Carrie
Anne Berryman, MA, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN
Linda O’Connell, BM, MSc*, School of Conservation
Sciences, Bournemouth University, Poole, Dorset, United
Kingdom
552
Kenneth A.R. Kennedy, PhD*, Department of Ecology and
Evolutionary Biology, Corson Hall, Cornell University,
Ithaca, NY
Phoebe R. Stubblefield, MA*, CA Pound Human
Identification Laboratory, P.O. Box 112545, University of
Florida, Gainesville, FL
Michael G. Koot, BA*, Department of Anthropology,
Michigan State University, Department of Anthropology,
Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI
Krista E. Latham, BS*, Department of Biology, University
of Indianapolis, 1400 East Hanna Ave, Indianapolis, IN
553
Elias J. Kontanis, BS, BA*, Department of Ecology &
Evolutionary Biology, Cornell University, Corson Hall,
Ithaca, NY
Murray K. Marks, PhD*, The University of Tennessee,
Knoxville, TN
Susan M.T. Myster, PhD*, Department of Anthropology,
Hamline University, St. Paul, MN
556
Lenore T. Barbian, PhD*, and Paul S. Sledzik, MS,
National Museum of Health and Medicine, Armed Forces
Institute of Pathology, Washington, DC
Lauren Rockhold Zephro, MA*, Monterey County Sheriff’s
Department, 1414 Natividad Road, Salinas, CA
Joanne L. Devlin, PhD*, and Michelle D. Hamilton, MA,
Department of Anthropology, University of Tennessee, 250
South Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN
Dennis C. Dirkmaat, PhD*, Departments of Anthropology
and Applied Forensic Science, Mercyhurst College, Erie,
PA; and Michael Hochrein, BS, Federal Bureau of
Investigation, St. Louis, MO
Arpad A. Vass, PhD*, Oak Ridge National Laboratory,
P.O. Box 2008, Oak Ridge, TN
558
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Advances in Surveying and Presenting
Evidence From Mass Graves, Clandestine
Graves, and Surface Scatters
Cervical Smears as an Alternate Source of
DNA in the Identification of Human
Skeletal Remains
Unusual Sharp Force/Penetrating Trauma
Pattern on a Cranium; Cooperative
Examination and Evaluation by the
Forensic Pathologist and Forensic
Anthropologist
Gunshot Wounds and Other Perimortem
Trauma to the Sub-Adult Skeleton
The “Next Utility” in Field Recovery of
Scattered Human Remains
Age Progression: How Accurate Is It?
Three-Dimensional Digital Data
Acquisition: A Test of Measurement Error
In Search of Floyd Britton: Investigations
of Human Rights Issues on the Island of
Coiba, Republic of Panama
Reconstructing Facial Freeform Images
Using FREEFORM Software
Operacion Eagle: Clandestine Graves and
a Taphonomy of Tyrants — Part 1: The
Truth Commission of Panama, Witness
Testimony, and Searches in Western
Panama
Operacion Eagle: Clandestine Graves and
a Taphonomy of Tyrants — Part 2:
Searches on Coiba Island, Panama City,
and Vicinity
Utilizing Ground Penetrating Radar and
Three-Dimensional Imagery to Enhance
Search Strategies of Buried Human
Remains
Location, Identification, and Repatriation
of Remains of Victims of Conflict:
Implications for Forensic Anthropology
Ian Hanson, MSc*, School of Conservation Sciences,
Bournemouth University, United Kingdom
561
Carla R. Torwalt, BSc*, Thambirajah Balachandra, MBBS,
and Janice Epp, RN, HBScN, Office of the Chief Medical
Examiner, 210-1 Wesley Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba,
Canada
Vincent H. Stefan, PhD*, Department of Anthropology,
Lehman College - CUNY, 250 Bedford Park Boulevard,
West, Bronx, NY; and Patricia J. McFeeley, MD, Office of
the Medical Investigator, University of New Mexico School
of Medicine, Albuquerque, NM
Ambika Flavel, MSc*, 52 Ninth Avenue, Maylands, WA
562
Ginesse A. Listi, MA*, Mary H. Manhein, MA, and Michael
Leitner, PhD, Department of Geography and Anthropology,
Louisiana State University, 227 Howe-Russell, Baton
Rouge, LA
Joanne L. Devlin, PhD, and Murray K. Marks, PhD*,
Department of Anthropology, University of Tennessee, 250
South Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN
Denise To, MA*, Department of Anthropology, Arizona
State University, Box 87-2402, Arizona State University,
Tempe, AZ
Ann H. Ross, PhD*, C.A. Pound Human Identification
Laboratory, P.O. Box 112545, Gainesville, FL; and Bruce
Broce, MA*, Comision de la Verdad de Panama, Edificio
No. 37, Panama
Ann Marie W. Mires, PhD*, Chief Medical Examiner, 720
Albany Street, Boston, MA; Mary H. Manhein, MA,
Louisiana State University, FACES Laboratory, Baton
Rouge, LA; Greg Mahoney, Boston Crime Laboratory, 720
Albany Street, Boston, MA; and Eileen Barrows, Louisiana
State University, Faces Laboratory, Baton Rouge, LA
Frank P. Saul, PhD*, Lucas County Coroner’s Office, 2595
Arlington Avenue, Toledo, OH; Sandra Anderson, Canine
Investigation Consultant, 913 East Price Road, Midland,
MI; and Julie M. Saul, BA, Lucas County Coroner’s Office,
2595 Arlington Avenue, Toledo, OH
Julie M. Saul, BA*, Lucas County Coroner’s Office, 2595
Arlington Avenue, Toledo, OH; Sandra Anderson, Canine
Investigation Consultant, 913 East Price Road, Midland,
MI; and Frank P. Saul, PhD, Lucas County Coroner’s
Office, 2595 Arlington Avenue, Toledo, OH
Michelle L. Miller, BS, MA*, The University of Tennessee,
Knoxville, TN
563
Shuala M. Drawdy, MA*, Department of Anthropology,
University of Florida, Gainesville, FL
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This Grave Speaks: Forensic Anthropology
in Guatemala
The Role of Anthropology During the
Identification of Victims From the World
Trade Center Disaster
Anthropology at Fresh Kills: Recovery and
Identification of the World Trade Center
Victims
Scene Recovery Efforts in Shanksville,
Pennsylvania: The Role of the Coroner’s
Office in the Processing of the Crash Site of
United Airlines Flight 93
Roles of the Biological Anthropologist in
the Response to the Crash of United
Airlines Flight 93
Attack on the Pentagon: The Role of
Forensic Anthropology in the Examination
and Identification of Victims and Remains
of the ‘9/11’ Terrorist Attack
Adriana Gabriela Santos Bremme, BS*, Fundación de
Antropología Forense de Guatemala-Universidad de San
Carlos de Guatemala, Apartado Postal 01901 1830 correo
central Guatemala C.A.
Amy Zelson Mundorff, MA*, Office of Chief Medical
Examiner, New York City, New York, NY
569
Michael W. Warren, PhD*, Department of Anthropology,
University of Florida, Gainesville, FL; Leslie E. Eisenberg,
PhD, Wisconsin Historical Society, 816 State Street,
Madison, WI; Heather Walsh-Haney, MA, University of
Florida, C.A. Pound Human Identification Laboratory,
University of Florida, Gainesville, FL; and, Julie Mather
Saul, BA, Lucas County Medical Coroner’s Office, 2595
Arlington Avenue, Toledo, OH
Dennis C. Dirkmaat, PhD*, Departments of Anthropology
and Applied Forensic Science, Mercyhurst College, Erie,
PA; and Wallace Miller, BS, Somerset County Coroner,
Somerset, PA
Marilyn R. London, MA, and Dawn M. Mulhern, PhD,
Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC; Lenore T.
Barbian, PhD, and Paul S. Sledzik, MS, National Museum
of Health and Medicine, Armed Forced Institute of
Pathology, Washington, DC; Dennis C. Dirkmaat, PhD,
Mercyhurst College, Erie, PA; Laura Fulginiti, PhD,
Medical Examiner’s Office, Phoenix, AZ; Joseph T. Hefner,
BS, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL; and Norman J.
Sauer, PhD, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI
William C. Rodriguez III, PhD*, Office of the Armed Forces
Medical Examiner, Armed Forces Institute of Pathology,
Washington, DC
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571
571
572
Falls From Cliffs: Reconstructing
Individual Death Histories From a
Perimortem Fracture Pattern
A Semi-Circular Argument: Patterned
Injuries Explained by an Unusually Large
Murder Weapon and Its Method of Use
Hyperextension Trauma of Upper Cervical
Vertebrae
Can Sharp Force Trauma to Bone Be
Recognized After Fire Modification? An
Experiment Using Odocoileus virginianus
(White-Tailed Deer) Ribs
A Comparison of the Cranial Wounding
Effects of .22 and .38 Caliber Bullets
Forensic Anthropology and Fire
Investigation: Learning About Burning
Using Non-Human Models
The Effects of Temperature on the
Decomposition Rate of Human Remains
Forensic Applications of Ground
Penetrating Radar in Florida
Predicting Mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA)
Recovery by Skeletal Preservation
Masking Identity: The Effects of Corrosive
Household Agents on Soft Tissue, Bone,
and Dentition
Excavation and Analysis of Four Homicide
Victims From Shallow Graves in
Bartholomew County, IN
2002
Todd W. Fenton, PhD*, Department of Anthropology, 354
Baker Hall, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI;
Walter H. Birkby, PhD, and Bruce E. Anderson, PhD,
Forensic Science Center, Pima County, Tucson, AZ; and
David R. Rankin, MA, U.S. Army Central Identification
Laboratory, Hickam Air Force Base, Honolulu, HI
Christopher M. Casserino, MA*, University of Oregon
Deptartment of Anthropology, 1650 Arthur Street, Eugene,
OR
Amy Zelson Mundorff, MA*, and Corinne Ambrosi, MD,
Office of Chief Medical Examiner, 520 1st Avenue, New
York, NY; and Jason Wiersema, MA, Department of
Anthropology, Texas A&M University, 1602 Rock Cliff
Road, Austin, TX
Paul D. Emanovsky, BS*, University of Indianapolis
Archeology and Forensics Laboratory, 1400 East Hanna
Avenue, Indianapolis, IN; Joseph T. Hefner, BS, and Dennis
C. Dirkmaat, PhD, Mercyhurst Archaeological Institute,
Mercyhurst College, 501 East 58th Street, Erie, PA
Maureen Schaefer, MA*, 8549 Wuest Road, Cincinnati, OH
574
Eric J. Bartelink, MA*, 611 Domink, College Station, TX;
Turhon A. Murad, PhD, Department of Anthropology,
California State University, Chico, CA; and Sarah Collins,
MSc, 401 San Diego Avenue, Daly City, CA
Mary S. Megyesi, BA*, University of Indianapolis, East
Lansing, MI
John J. Schultz, MS*, C.A. Pound Human ID Laboratory,
University of Florida, PO Box 112545, Gainesville, FL
Franklin E. Damann, MA*, Mark Leney, PhD, and Ann W.
Bunch, PhD, U.S. Army Central Identification Laboratory,
Hawaii, 310 Worchester Avenue, Hickam Air Force Base,
Honolulu, HI
Tosha L. Dupras, PhD*, Joy E. Lang, and Heather L. Reay,
Department of Sociology and Anthropology, University of
Central Florida, Orlando, FL; John J. Schultz, MS, and
Anthony B. Falsetti, PhD, C.A. Pound Human Identification
Laboratory, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL; and
Noel A. Palma, BS, MD, Medical Examiner’s Office,
Pinellas-Pasco County, West Palm Beach, FL
Stephen P. Nawrocki, PhD*, Matthew A. Williamson, PhD,
Christopher W. Schmidt, PhD, Heather A. Thew, MS, and
Gregory A. Reinhardt, PhD, University of Indianapolis
Archeology and Forensics Laboratory, 1400 East, Hanna
Avenue, Indianapolis, IN
577
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575
575
576
577
578
579
579
580
Homicide for the Holidays: Linkage
Through Multidisciplinary Teamwork
The Impact of Daubert on Testimony and
Research in Forensic Anthropology
Challenges of the Haitian Courtroom
The Effective Forensic Investigation of
Human Rights Violations: A Model for
Training
Confronting the Past in Guatemala: A
Challenge for Forensic Science
Human Remains Sold to the Highest
Bidder! A Snapshot of the Buying and
Selling of Human Skeletal Remains on
eBay®, an Internet Auction Site
Forensic Application for Evaluating
Cranial Trauma Cases From the Iron-Age
Site of Alfedena, Italy
One Unlucky Punch: The Etiology of a
Fatal Depressed Skull Fracture
Fracture Pattern Interpretation in the
Skull: Differentiating Blunt Force From
Ballistics Trauma
Determining Direction of Fire: An
Anthropological Analysis of Gunshot
Wounds to the Chest
Burning Observations of the Head: An
Experimental Model
Frank P. Saul, PhD*, Regional Commander, USPHS
DMORT 5, and Julie Mather Saul, BA, Lucas County
Coroner’s Office, 2595 Arlington Avenue Toledo, OH;
Sandra Anderson, Canine Solutions International, PO Box
50, Sanford, MI; Steven A. Symes, PhD, Forensic
Anthropologist, Regional Forensic Center, 1060 Madison
Avenue Memphis, TN; Cheryl L. Loewe, MD, Wayne
County Medical Examiner’s Office, 1300 Warren, Detroit,
MI; James R. Patrick, MD, Lucas County Coroner’s Office,
2595 Arlington Avenue Toledo, OH; and Steven K. Lorch,
PhD, Michigan State Police Laboratory, 42145 West Seven
Mile Road, Northville, MI
Angi M. Christensen, MA*, and Murray K. Marks, PhD,
University of Tennessee Department of Anthropology, 250
South Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN
Karen Ramey Burns, PhD*, Department of Anthropology,
University of Georgia, 105 Tamarack Drive, Athens, GA
Jose Pablo Baraybar, MSc*, Carlos Bacigalupo, BA, Aldo
F. Bolanos, Carmen C. Cardoza, BA, and Juan C. Tello,
BA, Equipo Peruano de Antropologia Forense (EPAF),
Calle 2, #369, Monterrico Norte, Lima, Peru, South
America
Adriana Gabriela Santos Bremme, BS*, Apartado postal
01901-1830 Correo Central, Guatemala, Central America
Angie Kay Huxley, PhD*, Pima Community College West
Campus, Division of Science and Technology, Department
of Biology, PO Box 1136, Pomona, CA
581
Robert R. Paine, PhD*, Physical Anthropology Department
of Sociology, MS1012, Texas Tech University, Lubbock,
TX; Alfredo Coppa, PhD, Universita La Sapienza di Roma,
Roma, and Mancinelli Domenico, PhD, Universita de
L’Aquila, Italy, Roma
Todd W. Fenton, PhD*, Department of Anthropology, Joyce
L. de Jong, DO, Sparrow Health System, Department of
Pathology, and Roger Haut, PhD, Orthopaedic
Biomechanics Laboratories, 354 Baker Hall, Michigan
State University, East Lansing, MI
Gina O. Hart, BA*, 933 Anchor Lake Road, Carriere, MS
584
Natalie R. Langley, MA*, 357 South Curson Avenue, Los
Angeles, CA
586
Elayne J. Pope, MA*, University of Tennessee, 252 South
Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN; Steven A. Symes, PhD, and
O’Brian C. Smith, MD, Regional Forensic Center, 1060
Madison Avenue, Memphis, TN
586
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582
582
583
583
584
585
Age Estimation of the Immature
Individuals Starting From the Ratio
Epiphysis Width/Diaphysis Width of the
Bones of the Hand and the Wrist
Contribution of Numeric Measurements to
Fetal Sex Determination
Modern Oral Piercings: The Application of
Their Dental Wear Patterns for Forensic
Anthropology
Robber’s Personal Identification by
Morphometric Analysis of Recorded
Images
Comparison of CT and MR Imaging
Techniques to Traditional Radiographs in
Human Identification
A Comparison of Facial Approximation
Techniques, Part 2
A Comparative Study of Mammalian
Cortical Bone
Ankylosing Spondylitis in Three Forensic
Cases
Forensic Anthropology in Portugal: The
State of Knowledge
Thousands Dead: The Use of Stature in
Individual Identification
Norbert Telmon, MD*, Service de Medecine Legale, CHU
Toulouse, 1 av J. Poulhes, Toulouse Cedex, France; Loic
Lalys, Pascal Adalian,and Marie D. Piercecchi, Universite
de la Mediterranee, Faculte de Medecine, Unite d’
Anthropologie, UMR 6578, 27 Bd J. Moulin, Marseille
Cedex 05, France; Olivier Dutour, Universite de la
Mediterranee, Faculte de Medecine, Unite d’
Anthropologie, CHU Toulouse, 1 av J. Poulhes, Marseille
Cedex 05, France; Daniel Rouge, MD, Service de Medecine
Legale, CHU Toulouse, 1 av J. Poulhes, Toulouse Cedex,
France; and Georges Leonetti, MD, PhD, Universite de la
Mediterranee, Faculte de Medecine, Unite d’
Anthropologie, UMR 6578, 27 Bd J. Moulin, Marseille
Cedex 05, France
Pascal Adalian*, and Marie D. Piercecchi, Universite de la
Mediterranee, Faculte de Medecine, Service de Medecine
Legale, 27 Bd J. Moulin, Marseille Cedex 05, France;
Norbert Telmon, MD, Service de Medecine Legale, CHU
Toulouse, 1 av J. Poulhes, Toulouse Cedex, France; and
Loic Lalys, Yann Ardagna, Michael Signoli, Olivier Dutour,
and Georges Leonetti, MD, PhD, Universite de la
Mediterranee, Faculte de Medecine, Unite d’
Anthropologie, 27 Bd J. Moulin, Marseille Cedex 05,
France
Kristen M. Hartnett, BA*, and Denise To, MA, Department
of Anthropology, Arizona State University, PO Box 872402,
Tempe, AZ
Francesco Introna, MD, University of Bari, Italy, Istituto di
Medicina legale, Policlinico., Bari, Italy
587
S. Taylor Slemmer, MA*, and Murray K. Marks, PhD,
Department of Anthropology, University of Tennessee, 250
South Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN
Norman J. Sauer, PhD*, Department of Anthropology,
Michigan State University, 354 Baker Hall, East Lansing,
MI
Harald Horni, BA*, and Robert R. Paine, PhD, 112436,
Texas Tech University Department of Sociology, and Social
Work, Box 41012, Lubbock, TX
John J. Schultz, MS, Heather Walsh-Haney, MA*, Suzanne
Coyle, MA, and Anthony B. Falsetti, PhD, C.A. Pound
Human ID Laboratory, University of Florida, PO Box
112545, Gainesville, FL
Eugénia Cunha, PhD*,Universidade de Coimbra,
Departmento de Anthopologia, Universidade de Coimbra,
Portugal and Maria Cristina de Mendonça, PhD,
Departmento de Anthropologia, Universidade de
Coimbra/Instituto Nacional de Medicina Legal, Coimbra,
Portugal
Jose Pablo Baraybar*, MSc, ICTY, Churchillplein 1, Den
Haag Netherlands, and Erin H. Kimmerle, MA, University
of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN
589
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587
588
589
590
590
590
591
591
The Analysis of Ancestry From Skeletal
Remains and the Treatment of the Race
Concept by British Forensic Scientists
Differences in the Os Coxa Between Blacks
and Whites
An Assessment of Craniofacial Nonmetric
Traits Currently Used in the Forensic
Determination of Ancestry
Population-Specific Identification Criteria
for Cuban Americans in South Florida
Age Estimation by the Examination of the
Endocranial Sutures Closure: A NorthAfrican Adult Population Study
Accuracy of Age at Death Estimates
Derived From Human Cementum
Increments
Age Estimation From Long Bone Lengths
in Forensic Data Bank Subadults: Evidence
of Growth Retardation and Implications of
Under Aging
Quantitative Analyses of Human Pubic
Symphyseal Morphology Using ThreeDimensional Data: The Potential Utility for
Aging Adult Human Skeletons
A Refinement of the Todd Method on a
Sample of Modern Humans
Age Estimation From Pubic Symphysis
Aquatic Decomposition Rates in South
Central Louisiana
The Role of Clothing in Estimating Time
Since Death
The Effects of Lime on the Decomposition
Rate of Buried Remains
Evaluation of Odor as a Time-Since-Death
Indicator
Robert F. Pastor, PhD*, The Calvin Wells Laboratory, and
Jacinta N. Daines, BSc, Department of Archaeological
Sciences, University of Bradford, West Yorkshire BD7 1DP,
Bradford, United Kingdom
Jennifer A. Synstelien, MA*, Department of Anthropology,
250 South Stadium Hall, University of Tennessee,
Knoxville, TN
Joseph T. Hefner, BS*, Mercyhurst College, Forensic
Anthropology Laboratory, 202 Parade Street, Erie, PA
592
Ann H. Ross, PhD*, and Anthony B. Falsetti, PhD, C.A.
Pound Human Identification Laboratory, University of
Florida, Gainesville, FL; Dennis E. Slice, PhD, Department
of Ecology & Evolution, State University of New York,
Stony Brook, NY; and Douglas H. Ubelaker, PhD,
Department of Anthropology, NMNH, Smithsonian
Institution, Washington, DC
Ali Chadly, MD*, Professor in Legal Medicine, Head of
Department of Legal Medicine, Tarak Mghirbi, Resident, S.
Krimi, Resident, and M. Ben Aycha, Médical Student,
Département de Médicine Légale, Hôpital Universitaire “
F. Bourguiba”, Monastir, Tunisia
Carrie Anne Berryman, MA*, Department of Anthropology,
Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN; and Jerome C. Rose,
PhD, University of Arkansas, Department of Anthropology,
Fayetteville, AR
Martha Katherine Spradley, MA*, Knoxville, TN
594
Matthew W. Tocheri, BA*, and Anshuman Razdan, PhD,
PRISM, Arizona State University, Box 87-5106, Tempe, AZ
596
Steven N. Byers, PhD*, and Jennifer L. Brady, BA,
University of New Mexico, Department of Anthropology,
Albuquerque, NM
Alpana Sinha, MBBS, MD*, Assistant Professor,
Department of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology, Lady
Hardinge Medical College, New Delhi, India
Sherice L. Hurst, MA*, and Mary H. Manhein, MA,
Louisiana State University, Department of Geography &
Anthropology, 227 Howe- Russell Geoscience Complex,
Baton Rouge, LA
Robyn A. Miller, BA*, University of Tennessee Department
of Anthropology, 250 South Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN
Heather A. Thew, MS*, and Stephen P. Nawrocki, PhD,
University of Indianapolis, 1400 East Hanna Avenue
Indianapolis, IN
Jennifer C. Love, PhD*, Regional Forensic Center, 1060
Madison Avenue, Memphis, TN
596
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592
593
594
595
595
597
597
598
598
599
Determining Postmortem Interval: A
Preliminary Examination of Postmortem
Thorium, Actinium, and Radium Isotopes
in Bone
Differentiation of Bone and Tooth From
Other Materials Using SEM/EDS Analysis
Factors That Affect mtDNA Recoverability
From Osseous Remains
How Not to Stage a Burial: Lessons From
North Korea
The Pits: Recovery and Examination of
Skeletonized Remains From a Concrete
Filled-Fire Pit
Of Posteriors, Typicality, and Individuality
in Forensic Anthropology
The Validity of Using Unique Biological
Features as a Method of Identifying
Victims of War Crimes in the Former
Yugoslavia
Testing the Average Methodological
Approach to Facial Approximation
Human Skeleton Found in a Chimney: A
Misidentification Corrected and an
Opportunity to Reevaluate Methods of
Superimposition
Comparative Radiography of the Lateral
Hyoid: A New Method for Human
Identification
Musculoskeletal Stress Markers: An
Exploration of Forensic Applicability
Be Tenacious in Your Searches for
Clandestine Burials: A Lesson From the
Field
Christine N. Rea, MA*, Department of Anthropology, Kent
State University, 228 Lowry Hall, Kent, OH; and H.O.
Back, Department of Physics, Virginia Polytechnic Institute
and State University, Robeson Hall, Blacksburg, VA
Douglas H. Ubelaker, PhD*, Department, Anthropology,
Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC; Dennis C. Ward,
BS, FBI Laboratory, Washington, DC; Valeria S. Braz,
MSc, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro,
Brazil; and John Stewart, PhD, FBI, Washington, DC
Mark Leney, PhD*, U.S. Army CILHI, 310 Worchester
Avenue Hickam Air Force Base, Honolulu, HI
James T. Pokines, PhD*, Greg E. Berg, MA, Bradley J.
Adams, MA, Ann W. Bunch, PhD, John E. Byrd, PhD, and
Thomas D. Holland, PhD, U.S. Army Central Identification
Laboratory, 310 Worchester Avenue, Hickam Air Force
Base, Honolulu, HI
William C. Rodriguez III, PhD*, Office of the Armed Forces
Medical Examiner, Armed Forces Institute of Pathology,
1413 Research Boulevard. Building 102, Rockville, MD
Lyle W. Konigsberg, PhD*, and Richard L. Jantz, PhD,
Department of Anthropology, University of Tennessee, 250
South Stadium Drive, Knoxville, TN
Debra Komar, PhD*, Director, Laboratory of Human
Osteology, Maxwell Museum, Department of Anthropology,
University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM
599
Carl N. Stephan, BHSc, Department of Anatomical
Sciences, The University of Adelaide, Australia; Ian S.
Penton-Voak, PhD, Department of Psychology, The
University of Stirling, Scotland; David Perrett, PhD, and
Bernard Tiddeman, PhD, School of Psychology, The
University of St. Andrews, Scotland; John G. Clement,
PhD*, School of Dental Science, The University of
Melbourne, Australia; and Maciej Henneberg, DSc,
Department of Anatomical Sciences, The University of
Adelaide, Australia
Edward B. Waldrip, PhD*, Southern Institute of Forensic
Science, PO Box 15764, Hattiesburg, MS; Ted A. Rathbun,
PhD, University of South Carolina, Department of
Anthropology, Columbia, SC; Steven A. Symes, PhD,
Regional Forensic Center, 1060 Madison Avenue,
Memphis, TN; and James E. Lee, Adams County, 112 South
Wall Street, Natchez, MS
Jered B. Cornelison, MS*, Todd W. Fenton, PhD, and
Norman J. Sauer, PhD, Department of Anthropology,
Michigan State University, 446 East Fee Hall, East
Lansing, MI; Joyce L. de Jong, DO; and Brian C. Hunter,
MD, Sparrow Hospital, Forensic Pathology Services, 1215
East Michigan Avenue, Lansing, MI
Brian F. Spatola, MA*, Department of Geography and
Anthropology, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA
Ann W. Bunch, PhD*, and Calvin Y. Shiroma, DMD, U.S.
CILHI, 310 Worchester Avenue, Hickam Air Force Base,
Honolulu, HI
603
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600
600
600
601
602
602
603
604
604
605
The Importance of Recovered Life-Support
Equipment In the Resolution of MIA Cases
Recovery and Identification Challenges in
a Case of Suicidal Self-Cremation
Accident, Suicide, or Homicide: A Case
Study Involving the Investigation of
Skeletonized and Bear-Scavenged Remains
From Caffey (1946) to Kempe (1962):
Historical Perspectives of the Recognition
of Child Abuse
Fracture Patterns in Abused Children: A
Study of Skeletal Trauma Among Battered
Children in a Clinical Cohort From the
Leeds (UK) Metropolitan Area
Diagnostic Imaging of Child Abuse: A
Comparison of Radiographic Views to
Detect Rib Fracture
Recognizing Child Abuse in the Thoracic
Region Through a Multidisciplinary
Approach
A Multidisciplinary Approach to Evaluate
Chronic Malnutrition During Childhood in
a Case of Suspected Fatal Child Abuse
Chester E. Moore, II, PhD*, U.S. Army Central
Identification Laboratory, 310 Worchester Avenue, Hickam
Air Force Base, Honolulu, HI
Emily A. Craig, PhD*, Medical Examiner's Office, 100
Sower Boulevard, Suite 202, Frankfort, KY; and Corky
Deaton, DMD, Consulting Forensic Odontologist, 359-C
South Fourth Street, Danville, KY
William C. Rodriguez III, PhD*, Office of the Armed Forces
Medical Examiner, Armed Forces Institute of Pathology,
1413 Research Boulevard. Building 102, Rockville, MD
Steven A. Symes, PhD*, Department of Forensic Pathology,
University of Tennessee, Memphis, 1060 Madison Avenue,
Memphis, TN; C. Ferraro, PhD, Long Island University,
Long Island University, Brookville, NY, Susan B. Patton,
MNSc, and O’Brian C. Smith, MD, Department of Forensic
Pathology, University of Tennessee, Memphis, 1060
Madison Avenue, Memphis, TN; and A.M. Kroman, BA,
Department of Anthropology, University of Tennessee,
Knoxville, 252 South Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN
Saskia M. de Jager Burford, BA, MSc*, Department of
Archaeological Sciences, University of Bradford, Bradford,
United Kingdom; Robert F. Pastor, PhD, The Calvin Wells
Laboratory, Department of Archaeological Sciences,
University of Bradford, Bradford, United Kingdom; and
Christopher J. Hobbs, BSc, MB, BS, MRCP, Department of
Community Pediatrics, Saint James University Hospital,
Leeds, United Kingdom
Susan B. Patton, MNSc*, Steven A. Symes, PhD, O’Brian C.
Smith, MD, T.A. Campbell, MD, and Cynthia D. Gardner,
MD, Department of Forensic Pathology, University of
Tennessee, Memphis, 1060 Madison Avenue, Memphis, TN
Dennis C. Dirkmaat, PhD*, Mercyhurst College, 501 East
38th Street, Erie, PA; Steven A. Symes, PhD, University of
Tennessee Regional Forensic Center, 1060 Madison
Avenue, Memphis, TN; Erik Vey, MD, Erie County
Coroner’s Office, Erie County Courthouse, Erie, PA; and
O’Brian C. Smith, MD, University of Tennessee Regional
Forensic Center, 1060 Madison Avenue, Memphis, TN
Susan M.T. Myster, PhD*, Hamline University, Department
of Anthropology, Saint Paul, MN; Susan J. Roe, MD,
Ramsey County Medical Examiner’s Office, 300 East
University Avenue, Saint Paul, MN; Barbara H. O’Connell,
PhD, Department of Anthropology, Hamline University,
Saint Paul, MN; Janice J. Ophoven, MD, The Children’s
Hospital, 345 North Smith Avenue, Saint Paul, MN; and
Ann L. Norrlander, DDS, 1553 Medical Arts Building, 825
Nicollet Mall, Minneapolis, MN
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606
606
607
608
608
609
610
The Hidden Truth: Mandibular Condyle
Fractures in Child Abuse
Child Abuse Case: Multiple Forensic Issues
Child Abuse: It’s All in the Recognition
A.M. Kroman, BA*, Department of Anthropology,
University of Tennessee, Knoxville, 252 South Stadium
Hall, Knoxville, TN; Steven A. Symes, PhD, O’Brian C.
Smith, MD, and Jennifer C. Love, PhD, Department of
Forensic Pathology, University of Tennessee, Memphis,
1060 Madison Avenue, Memphis, TN; Harry H. Mincer,
DDS, PhD, Division of Oral Pathology, Dunn Dental
Building, Memphis, TN; and J.W. Lemmon, BS, Department
of Forensic Pathology, University of Tennessee, Memphis,
1060 Madison Avenue, Memphis, TN
Murray K. Marks, PhD*, and Kathryn H. Haden, MD,
Department of Pathology, The University of Tennessee
Medical Center, 250 South Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN
Steven A. Symes, PhD*, Susan B. Patton, MNSc*, T.D.
Campbell, MD, Cynthia D. Gardner, MD, O’Brian C.
Smith, MD, T. Paulette Sutton, MS, MT, and Craig T.
Mallak, JD, MD, Department of Forensic Pathology,
University of Tennessee, Memphis, 1060 Madison Avenue,
Memphis, TN; and A.M. Kroman, BA, Department of
Anthropology, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, 252
South Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN
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611
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Index by Presenting Author
Author by Last Name
Adalian*, Pascal and Marie D. Piercecchi, Universite de
la Mediterranee, Faculte de Medecine, Service de
Medecine Legale, 27 Bd J. Moulin, Marseille Cedex 05,
France; Norbert Telmon, MD, Service de Medecine
Legale, CHU Toulouse, 1 av J. Poulhes, Toulouse Cedex,
France; and Loic Lalys, Yann Ardagna, Michael Signoli,
Olivier Dutour, and Georges Leonetti, MD, PhD,
Universite de la Mediterranee, Faculte de Medecine, Unite
d’ Anthropologie, 27 Bd J. Moulin, Marseille Cedex 05,
France
Adams, Bradley J. PhD*, Christian Crowder, PhD, and;
Frank DePaolo, MPAS, Office of Chief Medical Examiner,
520 1st Avenue, New York, NY 10016
Adams, Bradley J. PhD*, Office of Chief Medical
Examiner, 520 First Avenue, New York, NY 10016; and
Lyle W. Konigsberg, PhD, University of Tennessee,
Department of Anthropology, 252 South Stadium Hall,
Knoxville, TN 37996
Adams, Bradley J. PhD*, Office of Chief Medical
Examiner, City of New York, 520 First Avenue, New York,
NY 10016; and Nicholas P. Herrmann, PhD, University of
Tennessee, Department of Anthropology, 250 South
Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN 37996
Adlam, Rachel E. MSc*, and Tal L. Simmons, PhD,
University of Central Lancashire, Department of Forensic
and Investigative Science, Maudland Building, Preston,
PR1 2HE, United Kingdom
Agostini, Gina M. BS*, and Emily J. Gomez, BA, 4500
Manor Village, Apartment 316, Raleigh, NC 27612
Agostini, Gina M. MA*, 205 Middle Street, Hadley, MA
01035
Agostini, Gina M. MA*, 83 Newton Street, Greenfield, MA
01301
Al Na’imi, Khudooma S. BSc*, University of Central
Lancashire, United Kingdom, Um Ghafa, Abu Dhabi, Al
Ain, Box 16584, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
Alamo, Ana Del BA*, 4521 Northeast 22 Road, Fort
Lauderdale, FL
Albert, A. Midori BS, MA, PhD*, Anthropology Program,
University of North Carolina at Wilmington, 601 South
College Road, Wilmington, NC 28403-5907
Albert, A. Midori PhD*, University of North Carolina Wilmington, Department of Anthropology, 601 South
College Road, Wilmington, NC 28403-5907
Albert, A. Midori PhD*, University of North Carolina
Wilmington, Department of Anthropology, 601 South
College Road, Wilmington, NC 28403-5907
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Contribution of Numeric Measurements to
Fetal Sex Determination
Page
587
Renewed Search, Recovery, and
Identification Efforts Related to the
September 11, 2001 Attacks of the World
Trade Center
Quantification of Commingled Human
Skeletal Remains: Determining the Most
Likely Number of Individuals (MLNI)
287
Estimation of Living Stature From Selected
Anthropometric (Soft Tissue) Measurements:
How do These Compare With Osteometric
(Skeletal) Measurements?
366
Assessing the Effect of Repeated Physical
Disturbance Associated With Data Collection
in Experimental Decomposition Studies
385
Forensic Anthropology Academic and
Employment Trends
The Impact of Obesity on Morphology of the
Femur
Can Femoral Shape be Used to Estimate
Weight?
Evaluation of Enamel Short Chemical History
as a Forensic Tool: A Comparative Study of
Six Countries
An Assessment of a Simple Model and
Method for Osteometric Sorting
Preliminary Observations of Vertebral Centra
Retraction and Its Relationship to Age
193
Cervical Vertebral Centra Epiphyseal Union
as an Age Estimation Method in Teenage and
Young Adult Skeletons
The Role of Adult Age-Related Craniofacial
Changes and the MORPH Database in
Computer Automated Face Recognition
Research and Development
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Albert, Midori PhD*, Department of Anthropology,
University of North Carolina Wilmington, 601 South
College Road, Wilmington, NC 28403- 5907; Jeffery K.
Tomberlin, PhD, Department of Entomology, Texas A&M
University, 1229 North U.S. Highway 281, Stephenville, TX
76401; and Christina Johnson, BA, Department of
Sociology and Criminal Justice, University of North
Carolina Wilmington, 601 S College Road, Wilmington,
NC 28403-5978
Algee-Hewitt, Bridget MA*, Rebecca J Wilson, MA, and
Lee Meadows Jantz, PhD, University of Tennessee, 250
South Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN 37996
Algee-Hewitt, Bridget MA*, University of Tennessee,
Department of Anthropology, 250 South Stadium Hall,
Knoxville, TN 37996; Rebecca J. Wilson, MA*, 3108
Rennoc Road, Knoxville, TN 37918; and Megan Katrina
Moore, PhD, University of Tennessee, University of
Tennessee, Department of Anthropology, Knoxville, TN
37996
Allaire, Maria MA*, LSU FACES Laboratory, Louisiana
State University, 227 Howe-Russell Bldg, Baton Rouge, LA
70803; and Mary H. Manhein, MA, Department of
Geography and Anthropology, Louisiana State University,
Baton Rouge, LA 70803
Allaire, Maria T. MA*, 16 Pinedale Lane, Durango, CO
81303
Allaire, Maria T. MA*, 16 Pinedale Lane, Durango, CO
81303; and Mary H. Manhein, MA, and Ginesse A. Listi,
MA, Louisiana State University, Department of Geography
and Anthropology, 227 Howe- Russell Building, Baton
Rouge, LA 70803
Allaire, Maria T. MA*, Louisiana State University FACES
Laboratory, Louisiana State University, 227 Howe-Russell
Building, Baton Rouge, LA 70803; and Mary H. Manhein,
MA, Department of Geography & Anthropology, Louisiana
State University, Baton Rouge, LA 70803
Allbright, Amanda S. BA*, University of Tennessee,
Department of Anthropology, 250 South Stadium Hall,
Knoxville, TN 37996
Alsup, Kathleen MA*, University of Tennessee, 250 South
Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN 307996
Anderson, Bruce E. PhD*, and Walter H. Birkby, PhD,
Forensic Science Center, 2825 East District Street, Tucson,
AZ 85714
Anderson, Bruce E. PhD*, Pima County Office of the
Medical Examiner, Forensic Science Center, 2825 East
District Street, Tucson, AZ 85714
Anderson, Bruce E. PhD*, University of Arizona,
Department of Anthropology, Tucson, AZ 85721; and
Thomas P. Gilson, MD, Office of the Chief Medical
Examiner, 520 First Avenue, New York, NY 10016
Index 108
Observations of Decomposition in Southern
Coastal North Carolina
396
The Donation Dilemma: Academic Ethics
and Public Participation at the
Anthropological Research Facility
The Effects of Ethanol Abuse on Bone
Mineral Density in the Proximal Femur
358
Accuracy of Regression Formulae for Racing
and Sexing the Cranial Base in a Forensic
Collection
273
Postmortem Interval Field Research at Three
High Elevation Biogeoclimatic Zones in
Southwest Colorado
Blasting Caps: An Alternate Source of High
Velocity Trauma in Human Skeletal Remains
410
Shark-Inflicted Trauma on Human Skeletal
Remains
164
Sexual Dimorphism in the Vertebral Column
397
Investigation of Second, Fourth, and Eighth
Sternal Rib End Variation Related to Age
Estimation
Forensic Anthropology at the Pima County
(Arizona) Office of the Medical Examiner:
The Identification of Foreign Nationals
Identifying the Dead: Methods Utilized for
Undocumented Immigrants, 2001-2003
260
Modern Day Cranial Trepanation: The
Ventriculosotomy
426
195
426
179
497
Anderson, Bruce E. PhD, Forensic Science Center, 2825
East District Street, Tucson, AZ 85714; Tamela R. Smith,
BA*, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ 85281; Walter
H. Birkby, PhD, Forensic Science Center, 2825 East
District Street, Tucson, AZ 85714; Todd W. Fenton, PhD,
Michigan State University, 354 Baker Hall, Department of
Anthropology, East Lansing, MI 48824; Carolyn V. Hurst,
BA, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI 48823;
and Claire C. Gordon, PhD, U.S. Army Natick RD&E
Center, Kansas Street, Natick, MA 01760-5020
Anderson, Bruce E. PhD, Forensic Science Center, Office
of the Medical Examiner, 2825 East District Street,
Tucson, AZ 85714; Elizabeth A. Murray, PhD*, College of
Mount Saint Joseph, Department of Biology, 5701 Delhi
Road, Cincinnati, OH 45233-1670; Susan M.T. Myster,
PhD, Hamline University, MB 196, 1536 Hewitt Avenue,
Saint Paul, MN 55104; and Jennifer C. Love, PhD, Harris
County Institute of Forensic Sciences, 1885 Old Spanish
Trail, Houston, TX 77054
Anderson, Gail S. PhD*, and Lynne S. Bell, PhD, Simon
Fraser University, School of Criminology, 8888 University
Drive, Burnaby, BC V5A 1S6, CANADA
Andronowski, Janna M. BA*, University of Toronto, 19
Russell Street, Toronto, ON M5S 2S2, CANADA; and
Christian Crowder, PhD, New York Office of the Chief
Medical Examiner, 520 1st Avenue, New York, NY 10016
Angelis, Danilo De DDS*, and Pasquale Poppa, BSc,
Istituto di Medicina Legale, via Mangiagalli 37, Milano,
20133, Italy; Remo Sala, PhDc, Politecnico di Milano
Facolta di Ingegneria Industriale Dipartimento di
Meccanica Sezione di Misure e Tecniche Sperimentali, via
Magiagalli 37, Milano, 20133, Italy; and Cristina
Cattaneo, PhD, MD, Istituto di Medicina Legale, via
Mangiagalli 37, Milano, 20133, Italy
Arlotti, Ana Boza PhD*, Edwin F. Huffine, MS, and
Richard J. Harrington, PhD, International Commission on
Missing Persons, Alipasina 45a, Sarajevo, Bosnia and
Herzegovina
Arlotti, Ana Boza PhD*, International Commission for
Missing Persons, Alipasina 45a, Sarajevo 71000, Bosnia
and Herzegovina
Austin, Dana PhD*, and Paul E. Coffman, Tarrant County
Medical Examiner District, 200 Feliks Gwozdz Place, Fort
Worth, TX 76104-4919
Ayers, Laura E. BA*, 206 B Redbud, New Braunfels, TX
78130
Aziz, Vanessa L. BA*, 11735 Bergamo Court, Las Vegas,
NV 89183
Index 109
Differentiating Between Foreign National
Hispanics and U.S. Hispanics in the
Southwest: The Influence of Socioeconomic
Status on Dental Health and Stature
156
Involvement of Forensic Anthropologists in
the National Unidentified and Missing
Persons System (NamUs)
10
Deep Coastal Marine Taphonomy: Interim
Results From an Ongoing Experimental
Investigation of Decomposition in the
Saanich Inlet, British Columbia
The Evaluation of Bone Area as a
Histomorphometric Variable for Estimating
Age at Death
107
Identification of the Living on Video
Surveillance Systems: A Novel Approach
404
The Influence of Large-Scale DNA Testing
on the Traditional Anthropological Approach
to Human Identification: The Experience in
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Characterizing Primary and Secondary Mass
Graves and Their Impact on Identification
Methodology: The Experience in Bosnia and
Herzegovina
Resolution of Cold Identity Cases: Resources,
Methodology, and a Review of Some Success
Stories
Differential Decomposition in Terrestrial,
Saltwater, and Freshwater Environments: A
Pilot Study
Tarsal Measurements to Estimate Sex for Use
in a Forensic Setting
541
55
400
290
110
160
Baccino, Eric MD*, Service de Medicine Legale, Hopital
Lapeyronie Chu de Montpellier, Montpellier, 34295 Cedex
5, France; Christina Cattaneo, Instituto di Medicine
Legale, Via Mangiagalli, Milano, 20133, Itlay; Yves
Schuliar, MD, Institut de Recherche Criminelle de la
Gendarmerie Nationale, 1 Boulevard Theophile Sueur,
Roisny-Sous-Bois, 93110, France; Eugenia Cunha, PhD,
Departamento da Anthropologia, Universitate de Coimbra,
Coimbra, 3000-056, Portugal; Randolph Penning, Institut
Fur Rechtsmedizin, Frauenlobstrasse 8a, Munchen, 80337,
Germany; and Jose Luis Prieto, Instituto de Medicina
Forense, Severo Ochoa s/n, Madrid, 28040, Spain
Bachmann, Jutta MSc*, Postweg 2, Fellbach, BadenWuerttemberg 70736, GERMANY
Backo, Heather C. MA*, and John Verano, PhD, Tulane
University Anthropology Department, 1021 Audubon
Street, New Orleans, LA 70118
Backo, Heather MA*, Tulane University Deaprtment of
Anthropology, 1326 Audubon Street, New Orleans, LA
70118
Baker, Joan E. PhD*, and Alexander F. Christensen, PhD,
Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command, Central
Identification Lab, 310 Worchester Avenue, Hickam Air
Force Base, HI 96853
Baker, Joan E. PhD*, and Eric B Emery, PhD, Joint
POW/MIA Accounting Command Central Identification
Laboratory, 310 Worchester Avenue, Building 45, Hickam
AFB, HI 96853
Baker, Joan E. PhD*, and Helen D. Wols, PhD, Joint
POW/MIA Accounting Command Central Identification
Laboratory (JPAC CIL), 310 Worchester Avenue, Building
45, Hickam AFB, HI 96853-5530
Baker, Joan E. PhD*, Joint POW/MIA Accounting
Command Central Identification, 310 Worchester Avenue,
Building 45, Hickam AFB, HI 96853; and Paul S. Sledzik,
MS, National Transportation Safety Board, Office of
Transportation Disaster Assistance, 490 L’Enfant Plaza,
SW, Washington, DC 20594
Baker, Joan E. PhD*, JPAC-CIL, 310 Worchester Avenue,
Building 45, Hickam AFB, HI 96853; and Alexander F.
Christensen, PhD, JPAC-CIL, 310 Worchester Avenue,
Hickam AFB, HI 96853
Index 110
The Forensic Anthropology Society of
Europe: An Introduction
463
Assessment of Differences in Decomposition
Rates of Rabbit Carcasses With and Without
Insect Access Prior to Burial
Lifestyles of the Unidentified: Challenges in
Positive Identification
145
The Contextual Nature of “Excessive Force”:
Alcohol-Induced Osteopenia, Fracture
Prevalence, and Healing Rates Among InCustody and Homicide Deaths From the
Harris County Medical Examiner’s Office
An Epidemiological Study of Trauma in U.S.
Casualties of the Korean War
83
The Importance of Archaeological Site
Formation Processes and Flexible Excavation
Strategies to the Development of Successful
Medicolegal Approaches to Mass Graves
Excavation: Al Hatra, Iraq
Race as a Variable in Dental Health of
Korean War Military Personnel
335
Morphological Variations of the Cervical
Spine as Racial Indicators: A Validation and
Observer Error Study Using the Terry
Collection
207
Peri-Mortem Skeletal Trauma in U.S. Korean
War Soldiers: An Epidemiological and
Historical Study of Prisoner-of-War and
Battlefield Casualties
85
415
281
431
Baker, Lori E. PhD*, Baylor University, Department of
Anthropology and Forensic Science, Forensic Research
Lab, One Bear Place #97388, Waco, TX 76798-7388; Lee
Meadows Jantz, PhD, Department of Anthropology,
University of Tennessee, 250 South Stadium Hall,
Knoxville, TN 37996- 0720; Yasmine M. Baktash, BA,
Baylor University, One Bear Place #97388, Waco, TX
76798; and J. Randall Pearce, DDS, 3769 West Andrew
Johnson Highway, Morristown, TN 37814
Baker, Lori E. PhD*, Baylor University, Department of
Anthropology, Forensic Science and Archaeology, One
Bear Place #97388, Waco, TX 76798
Baker, Lori E. PhD*, Baylor University, Forensic
Research Lab, One Bear Place #97388, Waco, TX 767987388; and Yasmine M. Baktash, BA, Baylor University,
One Bear Place #97388, Waco, TX 76798
Baker, Lori E. PhD*, Department of Anthropology, Baylor
University, PO Box 97370, Waco, TX 76798; Erich J.
Baker, PhD, Department of Computer Science, Baylor
University, Waco, TX 76798
Baker, Lori E. PhD, Baylor University, Department of
Anthropology, Forensic Science, and Archaeology, One
Bear Place #97388, Waco, TX 76798; Carolyn P. Skurla,
PhD*, Baylor University, Department of Mechanical
Engineering, One Bear Place #97356, Waco, TX 76798;
Zachary Kelm, BS, Mayo Clinic College of Medicine, 200
1st Street SW, Rochester, MN 55905; Casey Anderson,
Baylor University, Department of Anthropology, Forensic
Science, and Archaeology, One Bear Place #97388, Waco,
TX 76798; David R. Webster, BS, Baylor University,
Department of Mechanical Engineering, One Bear Place
#97356, Waco, TX 76798; Kieran P. McNulty, PhD, Baylor
University, Department of Anthropology, Forensic Science,
and Archaeology, One Bear Place #97388, Waco, TX
76798; Kristy Bernard, BS, University of New Haven,
Department of Forensic Science, 300 Boston Post Road,
West Haven, CT 06516; and Eric A. Schaefer, and Daniel
C. Bland, Baylor University, Department of Mechanical
Engineering, One Bear Place #97356, Waco, TX 76798
Baldridge, Robert S. PhD, Baylor University, PO Box
97388, Waco, TX 76798; Susan G. Wallace, PhD*, Baylor
University, PO Box 97370, Waco, TX 76798; Ryan
Kirkpatrick, BS, Texas A&M University, Department of
Entomology, College Station, TX 77843
Baranoff, Rebekah K. BA*, 10 East 34th Street, Apartment
#1, Erie, PA 16504
Baraybar*, Jose Pablo MSc, ICTY, Churchillplein 1, Den
Haag Netherlands, and Erin H. Kimmerle, MA, University
of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN
Baraybar, Jose P. BA, MS*, and Carmen R. Cardoza, BA,
Equipo Peruano de Antropologia Forense (EPAF),
Arnaldo Marquez 2144-D, Lima, Lima 11, Peru
Index 111
Preservation of Skeletal Collections: The
Viability of DNA Analysis After the
Application of Chemical Preservative
253
SIRLI (Sistema de Identificación de Restos y
Localización de Individuos): A Review of the
First Year of Mexico’s Database for Missing
Persons
Death on America’s Southern Border: A
Summary of Five Years of Genetic Data
Acquisition and Analysis of the Reuniting
Families Project
Reuniting Families: Using Phenotypic and
Genotypic Forensic Evidence to Identify
Unknown Immigrant Remains
334
Controlled Fracture of Bones Before and
After Degradation Under Different
Environmental Conditions
310
Investigation of Nocturnal Oviposition by
Forensic Flies in Central Texas
480
Prognathism and Prosthion in the Evaluation
of Ancestry
Thousands Dead: The Use of Stature in
Individual Identification
121
Differential Diagnosis of Torture in Skeletal
Remains
338
104
495
591
Baraybar, Jose P. BA, MSc*, Office on Missing Persons
and Forensics (OMPF), United Nations Mission in Kosovo
(UNMIK), AUCON/KFOR, Kosovo A1503, Austria
Baraybar, Jose P. MSc*, EPAF, Av. Mello Franco 341,
Jesus Maria, PERU; and Ellen Salter-Pedersen, MA,
Department of Anthropology, Indiana University, 701 East
Kirkwood, SB130, Bloomington, IN 47405
Baraybar, Jose P. MSc*, Equipo Peruano de Antropología
Forense, Toribio Pacheco 216, Lima, Lima 18, PERU; and
Bertrand Ludes MD, PhD, Institut de Medicine Légale de
Strasbourg, 11, Rue Humann - 67085 Strasbourg, France
Baraybar, Jose Pablo MSc*, Aldo Bolanos, Carmen Rosa
Cardoza, Mellisa Lund, Giovani Macciotta, and Juan
Carlos Tello, Peruvian Forensic Anthropology Team
(EPAF), c/o ALAF and EAAF, 10 Jay Street #502,
Brooklyn, NY 11201
Baraybar, Jose Pablo MSc*, Carlos Bacigalupo, BA, Aldo
F. Bolanos, Carmen C. Cardoza, BA, and Juan C. Tello,
BA, Equipo Peruano de Antropologia Forense (EPAF),
Calle 2, #369, Monterrico Norte, Lima, Peru, South
America
Barbian, Lenore PhD*, and Paul S. Sledzik, MS, National
Museum of Health and Medicine, Armed Forces Institute of
Pathology, 6825 16th Street NW, Washington, DC 203066000
Barbian, Lenore PhD*, Department of History &
Anthropology, Edinboro University of Pennsylvania,
Edinboro, PA 16444
Barbian, Lenore T. PhD*, and Paul S. Sledzik, MS,
National Museum of Health and Medicine, Armed Forces
Institute of Pathology, Washington, DC
Bartelink, Eric J. MA*, 611 Domink, College Station, TX;
Turhon A. Murad, PhD, Department of Anthropology,
California State University, Chico, CA; and Sarah Collins,
MSc, 401 San Diego Avenue, Daly City, CA
Bartelink, Eric J. MA*, Jason M. Wiersema, MA, and
Maria Parks, MA, Department of Anthropology, Texas A &
M University, College Station, TX; Gaille MacKinnon, BA,
MSc, Department of Conservation Sciences, University of
Bournemouth, Bournemouth, United Kingdom; and Amy
Zelson Mundorff, MA, Office of Chief Medical Examiner,
New York City, 520 First Avenue, New York, NY
Bartelink, Eric J. PhD*, 400 West First Street, Department
of Anthropology, Butte #311, CSUC, Chico, CA 959290400; Melanie Beasley, BS, 400 West First Street, Chico,
CA 95929-0400; Chelsey A. Juarez, MA, Department of
Anthropology, UCSC Social Science 1, 1156 High Street,
Santa Cruz, CA 95064
Bartelink, Eric J. PhD*, and Lisa N. Bright, BS, California
State University-Chico, 400 West First Street, Department
of Anthropology, Butte #311, Chico, CA 95929-0400
Index 112
When DNA is Not Available Can We Still
Identify People? Recommendations for Best
Practice
The Need for Holistic Investigations of
Human Rights Violations: An Example From
Peru
472
Unearthing Peru’s Buried Secrets: La Cantuta
Revisited
286
The Peruvian Forensic Anthropology Team
(EPAF) and the Memory of the Missing
508
The Effective Forensic Investigation of
Human Rights Violations: A Model for
Training
582
Healing Following Cranial Trauma
510
Long Bone Healing Following Trauma
69
Fifteen Years of Forensic Anthropology Short
Courses at the National Museum of Health
and Medicine/AFIP
Forensic Anthropology and Fire
Investigation: Learning About Burning Using
Non-Human Models
558
Back to the Basics: Anatomical Siding of
Fragmentary Skeletal Elements From Victims
of the World Trade Center Disaster
535
Extending the Biological Profile Using Stable
Carbon and Nitrogen Isotope Analysis:
Prospects and Pitfalls
248
Taphonomic Signatures of Animal
Scavengers in Northern California
205
184
577
Bartelink, Eric J. PhD, 400 West First Street, Department
of Anthropology, Butte #311, California State UniversityChico, Chico, CA 95929-0400; and Lisa N. Bright, BS*,
1259 Hobart, Chico, CA 95926
Bass, William M. PhD*, and Richard L. Jantz, PhD,
University of Tennessee, Department of Anthropology, 250
South Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN 37996-0720
Bassett, H. Beth MA*, and Mary H. Manhein, MA,
Forensic Anthropology and Computer Enhancement
Services Laboratory, Department of Geography and
Anthropology, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge,
LA 70803
Bassett, Helen E. MA*, M. Katherine Spradley, MA, and
Lee Meadows Jantz, PhD, Department of Anthropology,
University of Tennessee, 250 South Stadium Hall,
Knoxville, TN
Beary, Mark O. MS*, University of Missouri at Columbia,
107 Swallow Hall, Columbia, MO 65211-1440; and Luis L.
Cabo-Pérez, MS, Mercyhurst College, Department Applied
Forensic Sciences, 501 East 38th Street, Erie, PA 16546
Beatty, Jennifer L. JD*, Department of Justice, Criminal
Division, International Criminal Investigative Training
Assistance Program, 1331 F Street NW Suite 500,
Washington, DC 20530; Andrew Tyrrell, PhD, Eric Emery,
PhD, William R. Belcher, PhD, and Derek C. Benedix,
PhD, Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command, Central
Identification Laboratory, Building 45, 310 Worchester
Avenue, Hickam AFB, HI 96853-3350; and Liliana del
Amparo Segura Leal, and Manuel A. Torres Rojas,
Prosecutor General’s Office, Technical Investigation
Corps (CTI), Diagonal 22B No. 52-01, Bogota, DC,
Colombia
Beckett, Sophie MSc*, and Keith D. Rogers, PhD,
Cranfield University, Cranfield Forensic Institute,
Department of Materials and Applied Science, Shrivenham,
Swindon, SN6 8LA, UNITED KINGDOM
Belcher, William R. PhD*, and Derek C. Benedix, PhD,
JPAC-CIL, 310 Worchester Avenue, Building 45, Hickam
AFB, HI 96853-5530
Bell, Suzanne PhD*, West Virginia University, Department
of Chemistry, PO Box 6045, Morgantown, WV 26506;
Richard L. Jantz, PhD, Department of Anthropology,
University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN 37996-0720
Beltran, Leilani E. MFS, Forensic Sciences Program,
National University, 11355 North Torrey Pines Road, La
Jolla, CA 92037; and A. Midori Albert, PhD*,
Anthropology Program, University of North Carolina at
Wilmington, 601 South College Road, Wilmington, NC
28403
Benedix, Derek C. PhD*, JPAC-CIL, 310 Worchester
Avenue, Building 45, Hickam AFB, HI 96853-5530; and
William R. Belcher, PhD, JPACCIL, 310 Worchester
Avenue, Building 45, Hickam AFB, HI 96853-5530
Index 113
Inter- and Intra-Element Variation in
Carnivore and Rodent Scavenging Patterns in
Northern California
111
Variation in Cremains Weight: Tennessee vs.
Florida
472
The Louisiana Identification Data Analysis
Project (IDA): A Comprehensive Analysis of
Missing and Unidentified Cases
463
The William M. Bass Donated Collection at
the University of Tennessee - Knoxville
535
Estimation of Bone Exposure Duration
Through the Use of Spectrophotometric
Analysis of Surface Bleaching and its
Applications in Forensic Taphonomy
Creating a Standardized Approach to
Capacity Building Programs in Forensic
Anthropology: Human Rights Investigations
in Colombia
230
Species Identification of Fragmented Bone:
Evaluation of a New Method of Pyrolysis and
X-ray Diffraction Analysis
252
Burial Patterns of Korean War Casualties as
an Indicator of the Social Relationships
Between the Dead and the Living
Genes, Nerves, and Bones: Neural Networks,
Genetic Algorithms, and Forensic
Anthropology
400
Dental Enamel Thickness as a Method of
Subadult Sex Determination
430
Research Trends During the History of the
Physical Anthropology Section at the AAFS
Annual Meetings
374
336
517
Berg, Gregory E. MA*, Joint POW/MIA Accounting
Command, 310 Worchester Avenue, Hickam AFB, HI
96853-5530
Berg, Gregory E. MA*, Sabrina C. Ta’ala, MA, Elias J.
Kontanis, PhD, and Sardiaa Plaud, BS, Joint POW/MIA
Accounting Command, Central Identification Laboratory,
310 Worchester Avenue, Hickam AFB, HI 96853-5530
Berg, Gregory E. MA*, US Army Central ID Laboratory,
310 Worchester Avenue, Hickam AFB, HI 96853-5530
Berg, Gregory E. MA*and Erin Kimmerle, MA, University
of Tennessee, 250 South Stadium Way, Knoxville, TN
37996
Berryman*, John F. University of Tennessee, Lebanon, TN;
Hugh E. Berryman, PhD, Metropolitan and Davidson
County Medical Examiner’s Office, Lebanon, TN; Robert
A. LeMaster, PhD, PE, Department of Engineering,
College of Engineering and Natural Science, Martin, TN;
and Carrie Anne Berryman, MA, Vanderbilt University,
Nashville, TN
Berryman, Carrie Anne MA*, Department of
Anthropology, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN; and
Jerome C. Rose, PhD, University of Arkansas, Department
of Anthropology, Fayetteville, AR
Berryman, Hugh E. PhD*, Department Sociology &
Anthropology, Middle Tennessee State University, Box 89,
Murfreesboro, TN 37132
Berryman, Hugh E. PhD*, Middle Tennessee State
University, Department of Sociology and Anthropology,
Box 10, Murfreesboro, TN 37132; and Alicja K Kutyla,
BS*, Middle Tennessee State University, MTSU Box 60,
Murfreesboro, TN 37132
Berryman, Hugh E. PhD*, Sociology and Anthropology,
PO Box 10, Middle Tennessee State University,
Murfreesboro, TN 37132; and Carrie Anne Berryman, MA,
Department of Anthropology, Vanderbilt University, 2301
Vanderbilt Place, Box 356050, Station B, Nashville, TN
37235
Bethard, Jonathan D. BA*, University of Tennessee, 250
South Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN 37916
Bethard, Jonathan D. MA*, and Christine M. Pink, MA,
The University of Tennessee, Department of Anthropology,
250 South Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN 37916
Bethard, Jonathan D. MA*, Pellissippi State Community
College, 10915 Hardin Valley Road, PO Box 22990,
Knoxville, TN 37933
Bethard, Jonathan D. MA*, The University of Tennessee,
Department of Anthropology, 250 South Stadium Hall,
Knoxville, Tennessee 37996; and Murray K. Marks, PhD*,
University of Tennessee, Graduate School of Medicine,
1924 Alcoa Highway, Knoxville, TN 37920-6999
Index 114
Discriminant Function Analysis as Applied to
Mandibular Morphology to Assess
Population Affinity
The Curse of the Curvaceous Femur, the
Litigious Line, and the Intrepid Investigator
369
Discriminant Function Analysis as Applied to
Mandibular Metrics to Assess Population
Affinity
Aging the Elderly: A New Look at an Old
Method
264
Numerical Simulation of Fracture
Propagation in a Test of Cantilevered Tubular
Bone
552
Accuracy of Age at Death Estimates Derived
From Human Cementum Increments
595
Full Time Employment of Forensic
Anthropologists in Medical
Examiner’s/Coroner’s Offices in the United
States—A History
Gunshot Residue (GSR) on Bone as a
Potential Indicator of Gunshot Trauma in the
Absence of a Bullet Wound Defect — A
Noteworthy Observation
175
Considerations in Differentiating Negligence
From Deliberate Misconduct — Lessons
Learned From Tri-State Crematorium
357
Skeletal Markers of Parturition: Analysis of a
Modern American Sample
Hyoid Fusion and the Relationship With
Fracture: Forensic Anthropological
Implications
The American Board of Forensic
Anthropology: Historical Trends in Research
and Training
Aquatic Taphonomy in a Lacustrine
Environment: A Case Study From
Southeastern Tennessee
471
326
475
246
317
8
200
Bird, Cate E. BA*, Michigan State University, 2740 Senate
Drive, #3E, Lansing, MI 48912; and Amy R. Michael, BA,
Michigan State University, 528 West Lapeer Street,
Lansing, MI 48933
Birkby, Walter H. PhD*, Forensic Science Center, Office
of the Medical Examiner, Pima County, 2825 East District
Street, Tucson, AZ 85714
Bodkin, Thomas E. MA*, Hamilton County Medical
Examiner Office, 3202 Amnicola Highway, Chattanooga,
TN 37406; and Gretchen E. Potts, PhD, Kira Shurtz, and
Timothy Brooks, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga,
Department of Chemistry, 404 Grote Hall, Chattanooga,
TN 37403
Bodkin, Thomas E. MA*, Hamilton County Medical
Examiner Office, 3202 Amnicola Highway, Chattanooga,
TN 37406; Jonathan W. Mies, PhD, University of
Tennessee at Chattanooga, Department of Physics,
Geology, and Astronomy, Department 6556, Chattanooga,
TN 37403
Bodkin, Tom E. MA*, Hamilton County Medical Examiner
Office, 3202 Amnicola Highway, Chattanooga, TN 37406;
Timothy Brooks, and Gretchen E. Potts, PhD, University of
Tennessee at Chattanooga, Department of Chemistry, 615
McCallie Avenue, Grote Hall, 4th Floor, Chattanooga, TN
37403; and Stephanie Smullen, PhD, University of
Tennessee at Chattanooga, Department of Computing
Sciences, 615 McCallie Avenue, Department 2302,
Chattanooga, TN 37403
Bodkin, Tom E. MA*, Hamilton County Medical Examiner
Office, 3202 Amnicola Highway, Chattanooga, TN 37409
Bongiovanni, Rosanne BA*, 601 University Drive, ELA
232, San Marcos, TX 78666
Borrini, Matteo MS*, via del Mattone 17\a, La Spezia,
19131, ITALY; Maria V. Tumbarello, Via Luigi Calabresi
14, Montecatini (PT), AE 51016, ITALY
Bouwman, Allison BA*, Jessica Dimka, BS, Jennifer
Halpain, BS, Turhon A. Murad, PhD, and Eric J. Bartelink,
PhD, California State University, Chico, 400 West First
Street, Department of Anthropology, Butte #311, Chico, CA
95929-0400
Boyd, Cliff PhD, and; Donna C. Boyd, PhD*, Radford
University, Department of Sociology & Anthropology, Box
6948, Russell Hall 228, Radford, VA 24142
Boyd, Donna C. PhD*, Lindsay Sliwa, BS, and Cliff Boyd,
PhD*, Radford University, Anthropological Sciences
Program, School of Environmental and Physical Sciences,
Radford, VA 24142
Boyd, Donna C. PhD*, Radford University, Box 6948,
Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Radford, VA
24142; William Massello III, MD, Office of the Chief
Medical Examiner, 6600 Northside High School Road,
Roanoke, VA 24019
Index 115
A Preliminary Study of the Timing of
Specific Characteristics of Copper and Iron
Discoloration on Bone
64
Ours or Theirs?
494
Elemental Analysis of Human Cremains
Using Inductively-Coupled Plasma Optical
Emission Spectroscopy (ICP-OES) to
Distinguish Between Legitimate and
Contaminated Cremains
435
X-ray Diffraction (XRD) Analysis of Human
Cremains and Concrete
249
Trace Element Analysis of Medical School
Cadaver Cremains
402
Outside Traditional Skeletal Casework: A
Forensic Anthropologist in a Medical
Examiner’s Office
Estimating Sex of the Human Skeleton Based
on Metrics of the Sternum
Taphonomy Reader Beta-Version: A
Software to Help in Taphonomic Syndromes
Diagnosis
Differential Wound Healing Patterns in Bone:
A Case Study Involving Multiple
Antemortem Injuries
519
Towards a Comprehensive Theory in
Forensic Anthropology
228
Differential Decomposition of NonTraumatized, Blunt Force, and Sharp ForceTraumatized Buried Pig Carcasses
89
Skeletons in the Medical Examiner’s Closet:
Realities and Merits of Investigating Human
Skeletal Remains Undergoing Long Term
Curation in the Medical Examiner’s Office
466
72
50
316
Brand, Heather J. BA*, 422 Queen Anne Heights, Victoria,
British Columbia V8S 4K6, CANADA
Brewer, Victoria L. BSc*, Bournemouth University, School
of Conservational Sciences, Talbot Campus, Poole,
Doreset BH12 5BB, United Kingdom
Briceno*, Claudia M. Departamento Administrativo de
Seguridad, Carrera 28 # 17a-00, BOGOTA, COLOMBIA
Bright, Lisa N. BS*, 1259 Hobart, Chico, CA 95926
Bright, Lisa N. BS*, California State University, Chico,
400 West First Street, Chico, CA 95928; Ashley E. Kendell,
BS*, 808 West 2nd Avenue, Apartment 12, Chico, CA
95926; and Turhon A. Murad, PhD, California State
University, Chico, Department of Anthropology, Chico, CA
95929-0400
Brogdon, B.G. MD*, University of South Alabama Medical
Center, Department of Radiology, 2451 Fillingim Street,
Mobile, AL 36617; Marcella H. Sorg, PhD*, Margaret
Chase Smith Policy Center, University of Maine, Orono,
ME 04469; and Kerriann Marden, MA, c/o 23 Flicker
Drive, Topsham, ME 04086
Brown, Carrie A. BA*, Nikki A. Willits, BA, Brenna K.
Blanchard, BA, and Kristin L. Chelotti, BA, California
State University, Department of Anthropology, 400 West
First Street, Butte Hall 311, Chico, CA 95929
Brown, Carrie A. MA*, Joint POW/MIA Accounting
Command Central Identification Laboratory, 310
Worchester Avenue, Building 45, Hickam AFB, HI 96853
Brown, Carrie A. MA*, Joint POW/MIA Accounting
Command Central Identification Laboratory, JPAC-CIL,
310 Worchester Avenue, Building 45, Hickam AFB, HI
96853
Brown, Robert P. MFS*, 22nd Military Police Battalion
(CID), USACIDC, PO Box 331009, Mailstop #84, Fort
Lewis, WA 98433; Douglas H. Ubelaker, PhD,
Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of Natural
History, Department of Anthropology, 10th and
Constitution Avenue NW, MRC 112, PO Box 37012,
Washington, DC 20013; and Moses S. Schanfield, PhD,
The George Washington University, Department of
Forensic Sciences, 2036 H Street NW, 102 Samson Hall,
Washington, DC 20052
Index 116
The Effect of Carcass Weight on the
Decomposition of Pigs (Sus scrofa)
Observed Taphonomic Changes and Drift
Trajectory of Bodies Recovered From the
Tidal Thames, London England: A 15-Year
Retrospective Study
Forensic Findings on Illegal Burials in
Colombia
Animal Scavenging and Taphonomic
Interpretation: An Evaluation of the Role of
Scavenger Behavior and Environmental
Context in Outdoor Forensic Scenes
Ancestry Trends in Trophy Skulls in
Northern California
239
Fingering a Murderer: A Successful
Anthropological and Radiological
Collaboration
183
Fractured Frontier: An Analysis of Fracture
Patterns in a Historic Nevada Cemetery
218
Understanding Uncertainty in Age
Estimation: Error Associated With the Mann
et al. Maxillary Suture Method
Sacral Epiphyseal Fusion at S1-S2:
Classification, Comparability, and Error
125
Evaluation of Purkait’s Triangle Method for
Determining Sexual Dimorphism
372
414
186
49
122
16
Bunch, Ann W. PhD*, 164 Albert Brown Building,
Department of Criminal Justice, SUNY Brockport,
Brockport, NY 14420; Mary I. Jumbelic, MD, Onondaga
County Medical Examiners Office, 100 Elizabeth Blackwell
Street, Syracuse, NY 13210; Robert D. Willis, DDS, 7282
Oswego Road, Liverpool, NY 13090; Ronald Brunelli,
Onondaga County Medical Examiner’s Office, 100
Elizabeth Blackwell Street, Syracuse, NY 13210; and
Jennifer J. VanWie-Dobson, BA, 403 Robinson Road,
Durham, NC 27705
Bunch, Ann W. PhD*, and Calvin Y. Shiroma, DMD, U.S.
CILHI, 310 Worchester Avenue, Hickam Air Force Base,
Honolulu, HI
Bunch, Ann W. PhD*, State University of New York at
Oswego, 310 Mahar Hall, Department of Anthropology,
Oswego, NY 13126
Burke, Kelly L. MSc*, Joint POW/MIA Accounting
Command, Central Identification Laboratory, 310
Worchester Avenue, Building 45, Hickam AFB, HI 96853
Burke, Rachel M. MA*, 10024 Northeast 120th Sreet #D3,
Kirkland, WA
Burns, Karen R. PhD*, University of Utah, Department of
Anthropology, 270 South 1400 East, Salt Lake City, UT
84112-0060; and Ana C. Guatame-Garcia, MSc, Calle
126A #7C-45, Bogota, COLOMBIA
Burns, Karen Ramey PhD*, Department of Anthropology,
University of Georgia, 105 Tamarack Drive, Athens, GA
Burt, Nicole M. MS*, Forensic Anthropology Laboratory,
Michigan State University, A-439 East Fee Hall, East
Lansing, MI 48824
Byers, Steven N. PhD*, and Jennifer L. Brady, BA,
University of New Mexico, Department of Anthropology,
Albuquerque, NM
Byers, Steven N. PhD*, University of New Mexico at
Valencia, 280 La Entrada Road, Los Lunas, NM 87031
Byrd, John E. PhD*, and Bradley J. Adams, PhD, U.S.
Central Identification Laboratory, 310 Worchester Avenue,
Hickam AFB, HI; and Lisa M. Leppo, PhD, and Richard J.
Harrington, PhD, International Commission on Missing
Persons, Alipasina 45a, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Byrd, John E. PhD*, JPAC Central Identification
Laboratory, 310 Worchester Avenue, Hickam AFB, HI
96853; and Bradley J. Adams, PhD, Office of Chief
Medical Examiner, 520 First Avenue, New York, NY 10016
Byrnes, Jennifer F. BS*, SUNY University at Buffalo,
Department of Anthropology, 380 MFAC, Ellicott
Complex, Buffalo, NY 14261-0026; and Peter J. Bush, BS,
SUNY at Buffalo, South Campus Instrument Center, B1
Squire Hall, South Campus, Buffalo, NY 14214
Index 117
A Multidisciplinary Test of the Lamendin
Age Estimation Method
174
Be Tenacious in Your Searches for
Clandestine Burials: A Lesson From the Field
605
A Preliminary Investigation of
Decomposition in Cold Climate
384
Schmorl’s Nodes in the Skeletal Remains of
an American Military Population: Frequency,
Formation, and Etiology
Can We Estimate Stature From the Scapula?
A Test Considering Sex and Ancestry
Comparison of Fresh Tissue Autopsy and
Skeletal Analysis Reports in Colombia
70
Challenges of the Haitian Courtroom
582
Testing the Demirjian Method and the
International Demirjian Method on an Urban
American Sample
A Refinement of the Todd Method on a
Sample of Modern Humans
256
Nonmetric Trait Frequencies and the
Attribution of Ancestry
Resolution of Large-Scale Commingling
Issues: Lessons From CILHI and ICMP
485
Osteometric Sorting of Commingled Human
Remains
438
Practical Considerations in Trace Element
Analysis of Bone by Portable X-Ray
Fluorescence
151
73
51
596
540
Byrnes, Jennifer F. MA*, SUNY at Buffalo, Department of
Anthropology, 380 MFAC, Ellicott Complex, Buffalo, NY
14261-0026; Peter J. Bush, BS, SUNY at Buffalo, South
Campus Instrument Center, B1 Squire Hall, South Campus,
Buffalo, NY 14214; Esther J. Lee, MSc, and D. Andrew
Merriwether, PhD, Binghamton University, Department of
Anthropology, PO Box 6000, Binghamton, NY 13902-6000;
and Joyce E. Sirianni, PhD, SUNY at Buffalo, Department
of Anthropology, 380 MFAC, Ellicott Complex, Buffalo, NY
14261-0026
Bytheway, Joan A. PhD*, Sam Houston State University,
1003 Bowers Boulevard, Huntsville, TX 77340; Kathryn E.
Moss, BS*, 4800 Calhoun Street, Houston, TX 77004; and
Stephen M. Pustilnik, MD*, Galveston County Medical
Examiner’s Office, 6607 Highway 1764, Texas City, TX
77591
Bytheway, Joan A. PhD*, Sam Houston State University,
Chemistry & Forensic Science Building, 1003 Bowers
Boulevard, Box 2525, Huntsville, TX 77340
Bytheway, Joan A. PhD*, Sam Houston State University,
Chemistry & Forensic Science Building, 1003 Bowers
Boulevard, Box 2525, Huntsville, TX 77340; and Ann H.
Ross, PhD*, North Carolina State University, Sociology
and Anthropology, Campus Box 8107, Raleigh, NC 276958107
C. Smith, O’ Brian MD, Regional Forensic Center of the
University of Tennessee, 1060 Madison Ave, Memphis, TN;
and Elayne J. Pope, MA*, University of Arkansas, 330 Old
Main, Fayetteville, AR
Calce, Stephanie E. BSc*, University of Toronto,
Department of Anthropology, 3359 Mississauga Road
North, Mississauga, ON L5L1C6, CANADA
Caldwell, Lindsey L. BA*, 2245 College Drive, Apartment
178, Baton Rouge, LA 70808; MariaTeresa A. Tersigni,
PhD, Department of Anthropology, Univeristy of
Cincinnati, Braunstein 481 PO 210380, Cincinnati, OH
45221; and Mary H. Manhein, MA, Department of
Geography & Anthropology, Louisiana State University,
Baton Rouge, LA 70803
Campos Varela*, Isla Y. and Maria D. Morcillo, MD,
National Institute of Legal Medicine, Calle 7 A Number 1261, Piso 3, Bogota, COLOMBIA
Campos Varela*, Isla Yolima Institute of Legal Medicine,
Calle 7A #12- 61, Bogota, COLOMBIA; and Elizabeth A.
DiGangi, PhD*, ICITAP, Calle 125 #19-89, Of. 401,
Bogota, COLOMBIA
Index 118
Validity of Portable X-Ray Fluorescence in
Assistance With Identification of Individuals
in a Burial Setting by Comparison With
mtDNA
114
What Lies Beneath: Re-Examining a Cold
Case Homicide From a Forensic
Anthropological Perspective - A Case Report
170
Southeast Texas Applied Forensic Science
Facility (STAFS) at Sam Houston State
University: A New Forensic Anthropology
Human Decomposition Facility
Precision of Coordinate Landmark Data
Acquired From the Os Coxa
112
Burning Extremities: Patterns of Arms, Legs,
and Preexisting Trauma
551
Using the Acetabulum to Estimate Age: A
Revised Method
127
Racial Admixture: A Test of Non-Metric
Ancestry Estimation
263
Dismemberment: Cause of Death in the
Colombian Armed Conflict
30
Forensic Anthropology in Colombia:
Working Amidst Armed Conflict
135
65
Carter, David O. PhD*, University of Nebraska,
Department of Entomology, 202 Plant Industry Building,
Lincoln, NE 68583-0816; David Yellowlees, PhD, School
of Pharmacy and Molecular Sciences, James Cook
University, Townsville, 4811, AUSTRALIA; and Mark
Tibbett, PhD, Centre for Land Rehabilitation, University of
Western Australia, Crawley, 6009, AUSTRALIA
Carter, Melinda L. PhD*, 302 Heritage Drive, De Soto, IL
62924
Casserino, Christopher M. MA*, University of Oregon
Deptartment of Anthropology, 1650 Arthur Street, Eugene,
OR
Cattaneo, Cristina PhD, Dominic Salsarola, BSc, Davide
J. Porta, PhD, Pasquale Poppa, BSc, and Daniele Gibelli,
MD*, Laboratorio di Antropologia e Odontologia Forense,
V. Mangiagalli, 37, Milan, ITALY; Giovanna Sansoni, BE,
Laboratorio di Optoelettronica, Via Branze 38, 25123
Brescia – Italy, Brescia, ITALY; and Enrico Silingardi,
Laboratorio di Antropologia e Odontologia Forense, V.
Mangiagalli, 37, Milan, ITALY
Cattaneo, Cristina PhD, LABANOF, and Danilo De
Angelis, DDS*, Laboratorio di Antropologia e
Odontologia Forense, via Mangiagalli 37, Milan, 20133,
ITALY; Peter Gabriel, MD, Institut für Rechtsmedizin, im
Uniklinikum Schleswig-Holstein, Campus Kiel, ArnoldHeller-Str. 12, D-24105, Kiel, ITALY; Stefanie Ritz-Timme,
MD, Institut für Rechtsmedizin, im Uniklinikum SchleswigHolstein, Campus Kiel, Arnold-Heller-Str. 12, D-24105,
Kiel, , GERMANY; Janine Tutkuviene, MD, Department of
Anatomy, Histology and Anthropology, Faculty of
Medicine, Vilnius University, Vilnius, , LITHUANIA; and
Daniele Gibelli, MD, LABANOF, Laboratorio di
Antropologia e Odontologia Forense, V. Mangiagalli, 37,
Milan, ITALY
Cattaneo, Cristina PhD, MD*, and Eloisa Marinelli, MD,
Istituto di Medicina Legale, via Mangiagalli 37, Milano,
20133, Italy; Salvatore Andreola, MD, Istituto Nazionale
per la Cura Dei Tumori, via venezian 1, Milano, 20133,
Italy; and Pasquale Poppa, BSc, and Marco Grandi, MD,
Istituto di Medicina Legale, via Mangiagalli 37, Milano,
20133, Italy
Cebra, Karen R. MS, MSFS*, California State University
at Chico, Anthropology Department, 400 West 1st Street,
Chico, CA 95929
Chacon, Shirley C. BA*, and Gillian M. Fowler, MA,
Fundacion de Antropologia Forense de Guatemala,
Avenida Simeon Cañas, 10-64, Zona 2, Guatemala City,
01002, GUATEMALA
Chacón, Shirley C. BA*, and Leonel E. Paiz, BA,
Fundación de Antropología Forense de Guatemala
(FAFG), Avenida Simeón Cañas 10- 64 Zona 2, Guatemala
City, 01002, Guatemala
Index 119
The Reliability of Cadaver Decomposition:
Can Non-Enteric Microbes Rapidly
Contribute to Cadaver Breakdown in Soil?
231
Forensic Bone Toxicology
253
A Semi-Circular Argument: Patterned
Injuries Explained by an Unusually Large
Murder Weapon and Its Method of Use
Evolution of Forensic Archaeology and
Anthropology in Italy: Three Criminal Cases
574
The Importance of Morphological Traits in
Facial Identification
182
The Detection of Microscopic Markers of
Haemorrhaging and Wound Age on Dry
Bone: Beating the Barriers Between Forensic
Anthropology and Forensic Pathology
380
Efficient Processing of Human Remains
Using Dermestid Beetles
319
Uncovering the Truth Behind the Killings:
Predicting Patterns of Perimortem Trauma
Using Skeletons Exhumed From Ex-Military
Bases in Guatemala
Most Common Variation and Dental
Anomalies in Skeletons Analyzed in the
Laboratory of the Guatemalan Forensic
Anthropology Foundation
285
186
348
Chacon, Shirley C. BA*, Avenida Simeon Canas 10-64
zona 2, 2 Avenida 8-28 zona 18 Residenciales Atlantida,
Guatemala, 01002, Guatemala; and Leonel E. Paiz, BA,
Avenida Simeon Canas 10-64 zona 2, Guatemala, 01002,
Guatemala
Chacon, Shirley C. BA*, Leonel E. Paiz, BA, and Renaldo
Acevedo, BA, Fundacion de Anthropology Forense de
Guatemala, Avenida Simeon Cañas 10-64 Zona 2,
Guatemala, 01002, Guatemala
Chadly, Ali MD*, Professor in Legal Medicine, Head of
Department of Legal Medicine, Tarak Mghirbi, Resident, S.
Krimi, Resident, and M. Ben Aycha, Médical Student,
Département de Médicine Légale, Hôpital Universitaire “
F. Bourguiba”, Monastir, Tunisia
Chapman, Katharine A. BA*, Texas State University,
Department of Anthropology, 601 University Drive, San
Marcos, TX 78666
Chibba, Kavita Novinchandra BSc*, 9203 Nile Street,
Extension 10, Lenasia, Johannesburg, 1820, SOUTH
AFRICA
Child, Stephanie L. MA*, The University of MissouriColumbia, 701 Swallow Hall, Columbia, Missouri 65211;
and Dana E. Austin, PhD, Tarrant County Medical
Examiner’s Office, 200 Felix Gwozdz Place, Forth Worth,
Texas 76104
Child, Stephanie L. MA*, University of Missouri, 107
Swallow Hall, Columbia, MO 65211; and Daniel J.
Wescott, PhD, Florida International University,
Department Biological Sciences, 11200 Southwest 8th
Street, Miami, FL 333199
Cho, Helen PhD*, Department of Anthropology, Davidson
College, Box 6934, Davidson, NC 28035-6934; and HeeKyung Park, DDS, PhD, Seoul National University, 275-1
Yeongeon-dong, Jongno-Gu, Seoul National University,
School of Dentistry, Seoul, 0 110-768, KOREA
Christensen, Alexander F. PhD*, and William R. Belcher,
PhD*, Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command, Central
Identification Laboratory, 310 Worchester Avenue, Hickam
AFB, HI 96853; and Sarah Bettinger, MSFS, Armed
Forces DNA Identification Laboratory, 1413 Research
Boulevard, Building 101, Rockville, MD 20850
Christensen, Alexander F. PhD*, Joint POW/MIA
Accounting Command, Central Identification Laboratory,
310 Worchester Ave., Hickam AFB, HI 96853
Index 120
Children’s Traumas Caused During the Civil
War in Guatemala
399
Disappearance, Torture, and Murder of Nine
Individuals in a Community of Guatemala
419
Age Estimation by the Examination of the
Endocranial Sutures Closure: A NorthAfrican Adult Population Study
594
When the Bullet Hits the Bone: Patterns of
Gunshot Trauma to the Infracranium
309
The Influence of Body Fat on the Rate of
Decomposition in Traumatized Pigs
237
The Differential Diagnosis of Skullbase
Osteomyelitis Secondary to Necrotizing
Otitis Externa
396
Detecting Individuals With Reduced Mobility
Using Femoral Morphology
99
A Test of the FORDISC Sex Discriminant
Function on a Korean Cranial Sample
274
Analysis of Commingled Remains Using
Archaeology, Anthropology, and DNA: A
Case Study from North Korea
349
Gooney Birds and Rocky Clouds:
Perimortem Trauma in World War II C-47
Crashes From Papua New Guinea
375
Christensen, Alexander F. PhD, Joint POW/MIA
Accounting Command, Central Identification Lab, 310
Worchester Avenue, Hickam AFB, HI 96853; Suni M.
Edson, MS*, Armed Forces DNA ID Lab, 1413 Research
Boulevard, Building 101, Rockville, MD 20850; Erica L.
Chatfield, MFS, AFDIL, 1413 Research Boulevard,
Building 101, Rockville, MD 20850; Audrey L. Meehan,
BGS, JPAC-CIL, 91-1074 Anaunau Street, Ewa Beach, HI
96706; and Suzanne M. Barritt, MS, AFDIL, Armed Forces
DNA ID Lab, 1413 Research Boulevard, Building 101,
Rockville, MD 20850
Christensen, Angi M. MA*, and Murray K. Marks, PhD,
University of Tennessee Department of Anthropology, 250
South Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN
Christensen, Angi M. MA*, Department of Anthropology,
The University of Tennessee, 250 South Stadium Hall,
Knoxville, TN
Christensen, Angi M. PhD*, 301 Taliwa Drive, Knoxville,
TN 37920
Christensen, Angi M. PhD*, FBI Laboratory, Trace
Evidence Unit - Anthropology, 2501 Investigation
Parkway, Quantico, VA 22135; Kevin J. Horn, JD*, FBI
Laboratory, Evidence Response Team Unit, 2501
Investigation Parkway, Quantico, VA 22135; and Sarah W.
Myers, BA, Emory University, 201 Dowman Drive, Atlanta,
GA 30322
Christensen, Angi M. PhD*, Federal Bureau of
Investigation Laboratory, 2501 Investigation Parkway,
Forensic Anthropology Program (TEU), Quantico, VA
22135; Michael A. Smith, PhD, Federal Bureau of
Investigation Laboratory, 2501 Investigation Parkway,
Chemistry Unit, Quantico, VA 22135; and Richard M.
Thomas, PhD, Federal Bureau of Investigation Laboratory,
Trace Evidence Unit, 2501 Investigation Parkway,
Quantico, VA 22135
Christensen, Angi M. PhD*, Federal Bureau of
Investigation Laboratory, 2501 Investigation Parkway,
Quantico, VA 22135; and Adam D. Sylvester, PhD, The
University of Tennessee, Department of Mechanical,
Aerospace and Biomedical Engineering, 301 Perkins Hall,
Knoxville, TN 37996
Index 121
Field Contamination of Archaeological Bone
Samples Submitted for Mitochondrial DNA
(mtDNA) Analysis
152
The Impact of Daubert on Testimony and
Research in Forensic Anthropology
581
The Influence of Behavior on Free Fall Injury
Patterns: Possible Implications for Forensic
Anthropological Investigations
Testing the Reliability of Frontal Sinuses in
Positive Identification Using Elliptic Fourier
Analysis
The Effects of Varying pH on Bone in
Aquatic Environments
552
Validation of X-Ray Fluorescence (XRF) to
Determine Osseous or Dental Origin of
Unknown Material
43
Physical Matches of Bone, Tooth, and Shell
Fragments: A Validation Study
354
527
86
Christensen, Angi M. PhD*, Federal Bureau of
Investigation Laboratory, Trace Evidence Unit Anthropology, 2501 Investigation Parkway, Quantico, VA
22135; Vanessa Ramos, BS, Oak Ridge Associated
Universities, 2501 Investigation Parkway, Quantico, VA ;
Rachealle Sanford, BA, Western Kentucky University,
College Heights Boulevard, Bowling Green, KY 42101;
Candie Shegogue, BS, Oak Ridge Associated Universities,
2501 Investigation Parkway, Quantico, VA 22135; Victoria
A. Smith, MA*, ORAU, Federal Bureau of Investigation
Laboratory, Trace Evidence Unit, 2501 Investigation
Parkway, Quantico, VA 22135; and W. Mark Whitworth,
BS, Federal Bureau of Investigation Laboratory Explosives
Unit, 2501 Investigation Parkway, Quantico, VA 22135
Christensen, Angi M. PhD, FBI Laboratory, 2501
Investigation Parkway, Quantico, VA 22135; and Victoria
A. Smith, MA*, ORAU, 2501 Investigation Parkway,
Quantico, VA
Christensen, Angi M. PhD, Federal Bureau of
Investigation Laboratory, 2501 Investigation Parkway,
Quantico, VA 22135; Christian M. Crowder, PhD*, New
York City Office of Chief Medical Examiner, 520 First
Avenue, New York, NY 10016; and Tracy Rogers, PhD,
Department of Anthropology, University of Toronto at
Mississauga, Mississauga, Ontario L5L 1C6, CANADA
Christensen, Angi M. PhD, Federal Bureau of
Investigation Laboratory, 2501 Investigation Parkway,
Quantico, VA 22135; Christian M. Crowder, PhD*, Office
of the Chief Medical Examiner, 520 1st Avenue, New York,
NY 10016; Stephen D. Ousley, PhD, Mercyhurst College,
Department of Applied Forensic, Anthropology, 501 East
38th Street, Erie, PA 16546; and Max M. Houck, PhD,
West Virginia University, 1600 University Avenue, 208
Oglebay Hall, Morgantown, WV 26506-6217
Ciaccio, Frank A. MPA*, Kenyon International Emergency
Services, Inc., 15180 Grand Point Drive, Houston, TX
77090; and Nick Haig, BA, Msc*, Kenyon International
Emergency Services, Inc., 1, The Western Centre, Western
Road, Bracknell, RG12 1RW, England, United Kingdom
Clowes, Andrea BA*, Michigan State University, 16789
Chandler Road, #1422A, East Lansing, MI 48823
Colleran, Peter J. BS*, and Mallory S. Littman, BA, Boston
University School of Medicine, 715 Albany Street, Boston,
MA 02118; Billie L. Seet, MA, Office of the Chief Medical
Examiner, Boston, MA 02118; Tara L. Moore, PhD,
Boston University School of Medicine, 700 Albany St.,
Boston, MA 02118; Debra A. Prince, PhD, Office of the
Chief Medical Examiner, Boston, MA 02118
Congram, Derek MSc*, 706-1850 Comox Street,
Vancouver, BC V6G 1R3, CANADA
Index 122
Primary and Secondary Skeletal Blast
Trauma
67
Analysis of Primary Blast Rib Fractures
4
Evidentiary Standards for Forensic
Anthropology
282
Errors, Error Rates, and Their Meanings in
Forensic Science
36
An Argument for the Increased Involvement
of Forensic Anthropologists in Mass Fatality
Incidents in the United States, United
Kingdom and Europe
334
Comparison of Two Methods of Age
Determination Using Histomorphology:
Periosteal vs. Endosteal Surface Equations
Decomposition in Water: The Effects of
Climate on the Rate of Decay in New
England
290
Spatial Patterning of Clandestine Graves in
the Investigation of Large Scale Human
Rights Violations: The Example of the
Spanish Civil War Rearguard Repression
114
108
Congram, Derek R. BA Honours, MSc, MA*, 393 Pinehurst
Drive, RR4 Belle River, Ontario N0R 2A0, Canada; and
Ambika Flavel, BA, MSc Forensic Archaeology, Regime
Crimes Liaison Office, RCLO/Mass Graves, APO, AE
09342
Conlogue, Gerald J. MHS*, c/o Diagnostic Imaging
Program, Quinnipiac University, 275 Mt. Carmel Avenue,
Hamden, CT 06518; and Mark D. Viner, MSc, Inforce
Foundation, Forensic Science Institute, Cranfield
University, Royal Military College of Science, Shrivenham,
Wiltshire, UNITED KINGDOM
Cope*, Darcy J. and Tosha L. Dupras, PhD, University of
Central Florida, Department of Sociology and
Anthropology, Orlando, FL 32816
Cornelison, Jered B. MS*, Michigan State University,
Department of Anthropology, 204 Olds Hall, East Lansing,
MI 48824; Wendy L. Lackey- Cornelison, MA, Michigan
State University, Department of Anthropology, 426 East
Fee Hall, East Lansing, MI 28824; and Brian C. Hunter,
PhD, 1215 East Michigan Avenue, Lansing, MI 48912
Cornelison, Jered B. MS*, Todd W. Fenton, PhD, and
Norman J. Sauer, PhD, Department of Anthropology,
Michigan State University, 446 East Fee Hall, East
Lansing, MI; Joyce L. de Jong, DO; and Brian C. Hunter,
MD, Sparrow Hospital, Forensic Pathology Services, 1215
East Michigan Avenue, Lansing, MI
Cornell*, Cheslee and Nicole A. Wall, MFS, College of
Saint Mary, Forensic Science Program 7000 Mercy Road,
Omaha, NE 68106
Cosgriff-Hernandez, Meghan-Tomasita J. MS*, The Ohio
State University, Department of Anthropology, 4034 Smith
Laboratory, 174 West 18th Avenue, Columbus, OH 43210;
and Sam D. Stout, PhD, Ohio State University, Department
of Anthropology, 4034 Smith Laboratory, Columbus, OH
43210-1106
Cotes, Lazaro M. Comision de la Verdad, Balboa, Panama
City, Panama; Kathryn M. Jemmott, MA, CA Pound
Human ID Laboratory, University of Florida, Building 114
SW Radio Road, Gainesville, FL 32611; Loreto S. Silva,
Comision de la Verdad, Balboa, Panama City, Panama;
Ann H. Ross, PhD, North Carolina State University,
Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Raleigh, NC
27612
Cotter, Meghan M. MSc*, Burial Sites Preservation
Program, Wisconsin Historical Society, 816 State Street,
Madison, WI 53706
Cox, Margaret PhD*, Cranfield University / Inforce
Foundation, Shrivenham, Swindon, UNITED KINGDOM
Craig, Emily A. PhD*, and Cristin Rolf, MD, Kentucky
Medical Examiner’s Office, 100 Sower Boulevard, Suite
202, Frankfort, KY 40601
Index 123
Grave Problems in Iraq
337
Forensic Field Radiography: In the Trenches
With MacGyver
154
The Effects of Household Corrosive
Substances on Human Bone and Teeth
377
Sex Determination From the Hyoid Body
373
Comparative Radiography of the Lateral
Hyoid: A New Method for Human
Identification
604
Mummification and Palynology: What We
Can Learn in Regards to Time and Location
of Death
Histological Age Estimation: Towards
Standardizing Definitions of Bone
Histological Variables
243
The Archaeology of Tyranny
484
Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis,
Pharmacological Treatments, and the
Potential for Individuation in Forensic
Anthropology
Experiential Education: The Use of
Simulation in Training in Forensic
Anthropology and Archaeology
Putting It All Together: Recovery, Assembly,
and Analysis of Multiple Body Parts
427
96
235
320
Craig, Emily A. PhD*, and Cristin Rolf, MD, State Medical
Examiner’s Office, 100 Sower Boulevard, Suite 202,
Frankfort, KY 40601; and Warren Mitchell, Kentucky State
Police Laboratory, 100 Sower Boulevard, Suite 202,
Frankfort, KY 40601
Craig, Emily A. PhD*, Medical Examiner’s Office, 100
Sower Boulevard, Suite 202, Frankfort, KY 40601
Craig, Emily A. PhD*, Medical Examiner's Office, 100
Sower Boulevard, Suite 202, Frankfort, KY; and Corky
Deaton, DMD, Consulting Forensic Odontologist, 359-C
South Fourth Street, Danville, KY
Crawford, Greg MS,; David Raymond, MS*, Chris Van Ee,
PhD, and Cynthia Bir, PhD, Wayne State University, 818
West Hancock, Detroit, MI 48201
Crider, Stephanie M. BA*, 4525 North Leata Lane, La
Canada, CA 91011
Crider, Stephanie M. BA*, Louisiana State University,
Department of Geography and Anthropology, 227 HoweRussell, Baton Rouge, LA 70803; and Mary H. Manhein,
MA, Louisiana State University, Department of Geography
& Anthropology, Baton Rouge, LA 70803
Crider, Stephanie Marie MA*, Louisiana State University,
Department of Geography and Anthropology, 227 HoweRussell-Kniffen Geosciences Complex, Baton Rouge, LA
70803; and Mary H. Manhein, MA, Department of
Geography & Anthropology, Louisiana State University,
Baton Rouge, LA 70803
Crist, Thomas A. PhD*, and John H. Johnsen, PhD, Utica
College, 1600 Burrstone Road, Utica, NY 13304
Cross, Peter A. BSc*, 11 Lower Bank Road, Fulwood,
Preston, 0 PR2 8NS, UNITED KINGDOM
Crowder, Christian M. MA*, University of Toronto, 100 St.
George Street, Toronto, Ontario M5S 3G3, Canada
Crowder, Christian M. MA*, University of Toronto,
Department of Anthropology, 100 St. George Street,
Toronto, Ontario M5S 3G3, Canada
Crowder, Christian M. MA, and Zoe H. Morris, BSc*,
University of Toronto, Department of Anthropology, 100
St. George Street, Toronto, ON M5S3G3, Canada
Crowder, Christian M. PhD*, Joint POW/MIA Accounting
Command Central ID Laboratory, 310 Worchester Avenue,
Hickam AFB, HI 96853-5530
Crowder, Christian PhD*, Benjamin J. Figura, MA,
Bradley J. Adams, PhD, and Frank DePaolo, MS, New
York City, Office of Chief Medical Examiner, 520 First
Avenue, New York, NY 10016
Cuff, Abbie K. MSc*, and Tal Simmons, PhD, University of
Central Lancashire, Department of Forensic &
Investigative Science, Preston, PR1 2HE, United Kingdom
Index 124
Microscopic and Cross Section Analysis of
Occult Intraosseous Fracture (Bone Bruise) of
the Skull
418
Anthropologist/Medical Examiner
Collaboration at Isolated, Inaccessible, or
Disrupted Crime Scenes
Recovery and Identification Challenges in a
Case of Suicidal Self-Cremation
177
Biomechanics of Blunt Ballistic Impacts to
the Forehead and Zygoma
244
Superficial Ancestral Characteristics of the
Nose
Foramen Magnum Shape as a Potential
Indicator of Ancestry
378
Ancestry Determination From Foramen
Magnum
27
Introducing Forensic Anthropology to
Albania Using the Problem-Based Learning
Model
The Influence of Penetrative Trauma on the
Rate of Decomposition
A Review of Age Estimation Using Rib
Histology: Its Impact on Evidentiary
Examination
Measure Twice, Cut Once? Measurement
Error Levels in Histomorphometry
335
Reducing Intra- and Inter-Observer Error
Through Histomorphometric Variable
Selection
Reducing Observer Error Through Choice of
Histological Evaluation Technique
429
The Role of Forensic Anthropology in
Disaster Operations
177
Evidence vs. Identification: The Role of
Humanitarian Organizations in the Balkans
1992-2002
398
606
120
232
524
453
406
Cunha, Eugenia PhD*, Joan V. Badal, and Andersen
Líryo, Department of Anthropology, University of
Coimbra, Coimbra, 3000-056, PORTUGAL; João
Pinheiro, Instituto Nacional de Medicina Legal, Delegação
de Coimbra, Largo da Sé Nova, Coimbra, 3000,
PORTUGAL; and Steven A. Symes, PhD, Mercyhurst
Archaeological Inst, Mercyhurst College, 501 East 38th,
Erie, PA 16546-0001
Cunha, Eugénia PhD*, Maria Cristina Mendonça, PhD,
and Duarte Nuno Vieira, PhD, Universidade de Coimbra,
Departamento Antropologia, Instituto Nacional de
Medicina Legal, Largo da Sé-Nova, Coimbra, 3000-056,
Portugal
Cunha, Eugénia PhD*,Universidade de Coimbra,
Departmento de Anthopologia, Universidade de Coimbra,
Portugal and Maria Cristina de Mendonça, PhD,
Departmento de Anthropologia, Universidade de
Coimbra/Instituto Nacional de Medicina Legal, Coimbra,
Portugal
Curtin, A. Joanne PhD*, University of West Florida,
Department of Anthropology, 11000 University Parkway,
Pensacola, FL 32514
Curtin, Briana K. BA*, 1901 Elaine Drive, St. Joseph, MO
64505
Curtis, Janene BS*, Archeology and Forensics Laboratory,
and Christine M. Turk, BS, and Mary K. Ritke, PhD,
Biology Department, University of Indianapolis, 1400 East
Hanna Avenue, Indianapolis, IN
Curtis, Janene M. MS*, and Owen B. Beattie, PhD,
University of Alberta, Department of Anthropology, 13-15
HM Tory Building, Edmonton, Alberta T6G 2H4, CANADA
Dabbs, Gretchen R. BA, MA*, University of Arkansas, 330
Old Main, Fayetteville, AR 72701
Dabbs, Gretchen R. MA*, University of Arkansas, 330 Old
Main, Fayetteville, AR 72701; and Michelle A. Granrud,
585 North Scottsdale Drive, Apartment 6, Fayetteville, AR
72701
Daegling, David J. PhD*, Jennifer Hotzman, MA, Casey J.
Self, MA, and Michael W. Warren, PhD, Department of
Anthropology, University of Florida, PO Box 117305, 1112
Turlington Hall, Gainesville, FL 32611
Damann, Franklin E. MA*, and Mark D. Leney, PhD,
JPAC Central Identification Laboratory, 310 Worchester
Avenue, Hickam AFB, HI 96853-5530; and Suni M. Edson,
MS, Armed Forces DNA Identification Laboratory, 1413
Research Boulevard, Building 101, Rockville, MD 20850
Damann, Franklin E. MA*, Mark Leney, PhD, and Ann W.
Bunch, PhD, U.S. Army Central Identification Laboratory,
Hawaii, 310 Worchester Avenue, Hickam Air Force Base,
Honolulu, HI
Index 125
How Easily Can We Derive Cause and
Manner of Death on the Basis of Dry Bones?
Lessons Derived From Coimbra Identified
Skeletal Collections
286
Exhumation and Identification of a Particular
Individual in a Mass Grave
442
Forensic Anthropology in Portugal: The State
of Knowledge
591
Teaching Forensic Field Methods to
Anthropology Students: The University of
West Florida Model
The Effects of Fire Suppression Techniques
on Burned Bone
Using Restriction Enzymes to Reduce the
Inhibitory Properties of Bacterial DNA on
PCR Amplification of Human DNA
Sequences
Design Perspectives for Obtaining Facial Soft
Tissue Depths From Cadavers Using a New
Approach
Predicting the Location of Scattered Human
Remains: When Will Heads Roll and Where
Will They Go?
Decomposition of Sharpey’s Fibers in
Estimating Postmortem Interval
77
Bone Fracture Mechanics: In Vitro Strain
Gauge Analysis of the Ribs and Mandible
During Failure
402
Separating Commingled Remains Using
Ancient DNA Analysis
442
Predicting Mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA)
Recovery by Skeletal Preservation
579
75
546
226
240
146
Damann, Franklin E. MA*, National Museum of Health
and Medicine, AFIP, PO Box 59685, Washington, DC
20012-0685; and Aphantree Tanittaisong, MS, AFIP
Armed Forces DNA Identification Laboratory, 1413
Research Boulevard, Rockville, MD 20850
Damann, Franklin E. MA*, National Museum of Health
and Medicine, Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, 6825
16th Street, NW, Bldg 54, Washington, DC 20306-6000;
and Rebekkah Adler, BS, Derek C. Benedix, PhD, and
Elias J. Kontanis, PhD Joint POW/MIA Accounting
Command (JPAC), Central Identification Laboratory, 310
Worchester Avenue, Hickam Air Force Base, HI 968535530
Damann, Franklin MA* and John E. Byrd, PhD, Joint
POW/MIA Accounting Central Identification Laboratory,
310 Worchester Avenue, Hickam AFB, HI 96853
Danforth, Marie Elaine PhD*, and Andrew R. Thompson,
BA, University of Southern Mississippi, Department of
Anthropology and Sociology, 118 College Drive, #5074,
Hattiesburg, MS 39406
Danforth, Marie PhD*, University of Southern Mississippi,
Department of Anthropology and Sociology, 118 College
Drive, #5074, Hattiesburg, MS 39406
Danner, Elizabeth M. BA*, School of Forensic and
Investigative Sciences, University of Central Lancashire,
Preston, PR1 2HE, UNITED KINGDOM
Darrah, Thomas H. MS*, University of Rochester, 227
Hutchison Hall, University of Rochester, Department of
Earth & Environmental Sciences, Rochester, NY 14627;
Jennifer J. Prutsman-Pfeiffer, MA, University of Rochester
Medical Center, Autopsy & Neuropathology, 601
Elmwood, Box 626, Rochester, NY 14642; and Robert J.
Poreda, PhD, University of Rochester, 227 Hutchison Hall,
University of Rochester, Department of Earth &
Environmental Sciences, Rochester, NY 14627
Dautartas, Angela M. BS*, and Kanya M Godde, MA*,
University of Tennessee, 250 South Stadium Hall,
Knoxville, TN 37996
Dautartas, Angela M. BS*, University of Tennessee, 250
South Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN 37996
Dautartas, Angela M. MA, University of Tennessee, 250
South Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN 37996; and Kanya
Godde, PhD*, University of Tennessee, 3904 Lonas Drive,
Knoxville, TN 37909
Davy-Jow, Stephanie L. PhD*, Liverpool John Moores
University, James Parsons Building, Byrom Street,
Liverpool, L3 3AF, UNITED KINGDOM; Summer J.
Decker, MS, USF COM Department of Pathology, 12901
Bruce B. Downs Boulevard, MDC 11, Tampa, FL 33612;
and Diane L. France, PhD, Colorado State University,
Human Identification Lab, Department of Anthropology,
Fort Collins, CO 80523
Index 126
Human Decomposition Ecology at the
University of Tennessee Anthropology
Research Facility
106
Patterns of Perimortem Fracture From
Military Aircraft Crashes
240
The Effects of Size in Craniometric
Discriminant Functions
470
Assessment of Determination of Handedness
Using Standard Osteological Measurements
of the Shoulder Girdle and Arm Long Bones
from Individuals of Known Handedness
An Evaluation of Racial Differences in the
Human Mandible Using Discriminant
Function Analysis
Cremated Tooth Morphology: A User’s
Guide to Identification
312
Characterization of Lead, Transition Metal,
and Rare Earth Element Composition of
Human Bone by ICP-MS and LA-ICP-MS
250
Are Cranial Morphological Traits Population
Specific? A Reevaluation of Traditional Sex
Estimation Methodology
The Effects of Coverings on the Rate of
Human Decomposition
Secular Trends in Cranial Morphological
Sexing: The Mastoid Process
265
Forensic Anthropology and Virtual Human
Remains: Ethics in Uncharted Territory
11
448
203
147
119
Day, Kathleen MS*, State of Alaska Medical Examiner’s
Office, 4500 South Boniface Parkway, Anchorage, AK
99507; and David McMahan, MA, Alalska Department of
Natural Resources, Office of History & Archaelogy, 3601
C Street, Suite 1278, Anchorage, AK 99503
de Jager Burford, Saskia M. BA, MSc*, Department of
Archaeological Sciences, University of Bradford, Bradford,
United Kingdom; Robert F. Pastor, PhD, The Calvin Wells
Laboratory, Department of Archaeological Sciences,
University of Bradford, Bradford, United Kingdom; and
Christopher J. Hobbs, BSc, MB, BS, MRCP, Department of
Community Pediatrics, Saint James University Hospital,
Leeds, United Kingdom
Decker, Summer J. BA*, Jennifer L. Thompson, PhD, and
Bernardo T. Arriaza, PhD, Department of Anthropology &
Ethnic Studies, University of Nevada at Las Vegas, 4505
Maryland Parkway, Box 455003, Las Vegas, NV 891545003
Decker, Summer J. MA*, Jonathan M. Ford, BA*, and Don
R. Hilbelink, PhD, Department of Pathology and Cell
Biology, University of South Florida College of Medicine,
12901 Bruce B. Downs Boulevard, MDC 11, Tampa, FL
33612; and Eric J. Hoegstrom, MSBE, Department of
Chemical Engineering, University of South Florida College
of Engineering, Tampa, FL 33612
Decker, Summer J. MA*, Jonathan M. Ford, BA, BA, and
Don R. Hilbelink, PhD, Department of Pathology and Cell
Biology, University of South Florida College of Medicine,
12901 Bruce B. Downs Boulevard, MDC11, Tampa, FL
33612; and Eric J. Hoegstrom, MSBE, Department. of
Chemical & Biomedical Engineering, University of South
Florida College of Engineering, Tampa, FL 33612
Decker, Summer J. MA, MABMH*, and Don R. Hilbelink,
PhD, Department of Pathology & Cell Biology, University.
of South Florida College of Medicine, 12901 Bruce B.
Downs Boulevard, MDC 11, Tampa, FL 33612; and Eric J.
Hoegstrom, MSBE, Department. of Chemical Engineering,
University of South Florida, College of Engineering, 13201
Bruce B. Downs Boulevard Tampa, FL 33612
Decker, Summer J. MA, MS*, University of South Florida
College of Medicine, Department of Pathology & Cell
Biology, 12901 Bruce B. Downs Boulevard, MDC 11,
Tampa, FL 33612; Stephanie L. Davy-Jow, PhD, School of
Biological and Earth Sciences, Liverpool John Moores
University, Liverpool John Moores University, James
Parsons Building, 236, Byrum Street, Liverpool, L3 3AF,
UNITED KINGDOM; and Jonathan M. Ford, MS, and
Don R. Hilbelink, PhD, Deptartment of Pathology & Cell
Biology, University of South Florida College of Medicine,
12901 Bruce B. Downs Boulevard, MDC11, Tampa, FL
33612
Index 127
Even in Alaska! Missing Person or Cremains
and How to Tell the Difference
347
Fracture Patterns in Abused Children: A
Study of Skeletal Trauma Among Battered
Children in a Clinical Cohort From the Leeds
(UK) Metropolitan Area
608
3-Dimensional Morphometric Analysis of the
Zygomatic as Used in Ancestral Identification
467
Three-Dimensional Computer Modeling and
Anthropological Assessment of the National
Library of Medicine’s Visible Human Male
162
Maintaining Custody: A Virtual Method of
Creating Accurate Reproductions of Skeletal
Remains for Facial Approximation
180
Virtual Skull Anatomy: Three-Dimensional
Computer Modeling and Measurement of
Human Cranial Anatomy
227
Virtual Sex: Phenice and Metrics of the
Pelvis From 3D Computed Tomography (CT)
Models
101
Decker, Summer J. MABMH*, and Don R. Hilbelink, PhD,
Department. of Pathology and Cell Biology, University of
South Florida College of Medicine, 12901 Bruce B. Downs
Boulevard, MDC11, Tampa, FL 33612; Eric J. Hoegstrom,
MSBE, Department of Chemical Engineering, University of
South Florida College of Engineering, Tampa, FL 33612;
Carl K. Adrian, Federal Bureau of Investigation, 2501
Investigation Parkway, Attn: Carl Adrian/IPGU Rm.
#1170, Quantico, VA 22135; and Stephanie L. Davy-Jow,
Department of Archaeology, University of Sheffield,
Northgate House, West Street, Sheffield, S1 4ET, UNITED
KINGDOM
Dedouit, Fabrice MD*, Service de Médecine Légale,
Hôpital de Rangueil, 1 avenue du Professeur Jean Poulhès,
TSA 50032, Toulouse Cedex 9, 31059, FRANCE; Pierre
Barrier, Philippe Otal, PhD, Hervé Rousseau, PhD, and
Francis Joffre, PhD, Service de Radiologie Générale,
Hôpital de Rangueil, 1 Avenue du Professeur Jean
Poulhès,TSA 50032, Toulouse Cedex 9, 31059, FRANCE;
and Daniel Rouge, PhD, and Norbert Telmon, PhD,
Service de Médecine Légale, Hôpital de Rangueil, 1
avenue du Professeur Jean Poulhès, TSA 50032, Toulouse
Cedex 9, 31059, FRANCE
Dedouit, Fabrice MD*, Stéphanie Bindel, David Gainza,
MD, and Anthony Blanc, MD, Service de Médecine Légale,
Hôpital de Rangueil, 1 Avenue du Professeur Jean
Poulhès, TSA 50032, Toulouse Cedex 9, 31059, France;
Francis Joffre, PhD, Service de Radiologie Générale,
Hôpital de Rangueil, 1 Avenue du Professeur Jean
Poulhès, TSA 50032, Toulouse Cedex 9, 31059, France;
and Daniel Rouge, PhD, and Norbert Telmon, PhD,
Service de Médecine Légale, Hôpital de Rangueil, 1
Avenue du Professeur Jean Poulhès, TSA 50032, Toulouse
Cedex 9, 31059, France
Index 128
Who Is This Person? A Comparison Study of
Current 3-Dimensional Facial Approximation
Methods
254
Analysis of the Auricular Surface on MultiSlice Computed Tomography
Reconstructions for Assessment of Aging: A
Preliminary Study
225
Utilization of the Iscan Method on Multi-slice
Computed Tomography Reconstructions for
Assessment of Aging: A Preliminary Study
346
Dedouit, Fabrice Ph D*, Service de Médecine Légale,
Hôpital de Rangueil, 1 Avenue du Professeur Jean
Poulhès, TSA 50032, Toulouse Cedex 9, 31059, FRANCE;
Marie Faruch Bifeld, MS, Service de Médecine Légale,
CHU Toulouse-Rangueil, 1 Avenue Professeur Jean
Poulhès, Toulouse Cedex 9, 31059, FRANCE; José Braga,
PhD, Laboratoire d’Anthropobiologie AMIS, FRE 2960
CNRS, Université Paul Sabatier, 37 allées Jules Guesde,
Toulouse, 31000, FRANCE; Nicolas Sans, PhD, Service de
Radiologie, CHU Toulouse-Purpan, Place du Docteur
Baylac, Toulouse, 31059, FRANCE; Hervé Rousseau, PhD,
Service de Radiologie, CHU Toulouse-Rangueil, 1 Avenue
Professeur Jean Poulhès, Toulouse, 31059, FRANCE; Eric
Crubezy, PhD, Laboratoire d’Anthropobiologie AMIS,
FRE 2960 CNRS, Université Paul Sabatier, 37 allées Jules
Guesde, Toulouse, 31000, FRANCE; Daniel Rouge, PhD,
Service de Médecine Légale, CHU Toulouse-Rangueil, 1
Avenue Professeur Jean Poulhès, Toulouse, 31059,
FRANCE; and Norbert Telmov, PhD, Service MedicoJudiciaire, CHU Rangueil, 1 Avenue Jean Poulhes,
Toulouse, F-31054, FRANCE
Delabarde, Tania PhD*, Institut Francais d’Etudes
Andines, Whymper 442 y Coruna, Quito, ECUADOR; and
Freddy G.H. Almagro, MD, Departmento Medico Legal de
la Policia, Judicial de Pichincha Av., Mariana de Jesus s/n
y Av., Occidental, ECUADOR
Delvin, Joanne B. PhD*, and Anne Kroman, MA*,
University of Tennessee, Department of Anthropology, 252
South Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN 37996; Steve Symes,
PhD, Mercyhurst College, Mercyhurst Archaeological
Institute, Department of Applied Forensic Sciences , Erie,
PA 16546; and Nicholas P. Herrmann, PhD, University of
Tennessee, 252 South Stadium Hall, Department of
Anthropology, Knoxville, TN 37996
Derrick, Sharon M. PhD*, Harris County Institute of
Forensic Sciences, 1885 Old Spanish Trail, Houston, TX
77054; John A. Hipp, PhD, Medical Metrics, Incorporated,
2121 Sage Road, Houston, TX 77056; Jennifer C. Love,
PhD, and Jason M. Wiersema, PhD, Harris County
Institute of Forensic Sciences, 1885 Old Spanish Trail,
Houston, TX 77054; N. Shastry Akella, PhD, Medical
Metrics, Incorporated, 2121 Sage Road, Houston, TX
77056; and Luis A. Sanchez, MD, Harris County Institute
of Forensic Sciences, 1885 Old Spanish Trail, Houston, TX
77054
Derrick, Sharon M. PhD*, Harris County Medical
Examiner’s Office, 1885 Old Spanish Trail, Houston, TX
77054
Derrick, Sharon M. PhD*, Jason M. Wiersema, PhD, Ruth
Mathis, Jennifer C. Love, PhD, and Luis A. Sanchez, MD,
Harris County Medical Examiner’s Office, Anthropology
Division, 1885 Old Spanish Trail, Houston, TX 77054
Index 129
Three-Dimensional Geometric Morphometric
Analysis and Multislice Computed
Tomography: Application for Adult Sexual
Dimorphism in Human Coxal Bone
17
Missing in Amazonian Jungle: A Case Study
of Suspected Dismemberment
280
Heat Intensity Versus Exposure Duration Part
I: Macroscopic Influence on Burned Bone
397
New Method of Identification Based on
Computer-Assisted Radiograph Comparison
54
Supra-Inion Depressions in a Pediatric
Medical Examiner Sample: Support for a
Synergy of Developmental and
Biomechanical Etiologies
The Utility of the Identification Unit Concept
in the Medical Examiner Setting
212
281
Derrick, Sharon M. PhD*, Michele Hunt, BS, and Luis A.
Sanchez, MD, Harris County Medical Examiner’s Office,
1885 Old Spanish Trail, Houston, TX 77054
Devlin, Joanne L. PhD*, and Michelle D. Hamilton, MA,
Department of Anthropology, University of Tennessee, 250
South Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN
Devlin, Joanne L. PhD, and Murray K. Marks, PhD*,
Department of Anthropology, University of Tennessee, 250
South Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN
Dicke, Clarissa R. AD*, 1325 East Orange Street, Tempe,
AZ 85281; Laura C. Fulginiti, PhD, Forensic Science
Center, 701 West Jefferson, Phoenix, AZ 85007; and Mark
A. Fischione, MD, Maricopa County Office of the Medical
Examiner, 701 West Jefferson Street, Phoenix, AZ 85003
Dickson, Gemma C. BSc*, and Russell T.M. Poulter, PhD,
University of Otago, Department of Biochemistry, PO Box
56, Dunedin, AS 9054, NEW ZEALAND; Jules A. Kieser,
PhD, University of Otago, Sir John Walsh Research
Institute, Faculty of Dentistry, PO Box 647, Dunedin, AS
9054, NEW ZEALAND; Elizabeth W. Maas, PhD, National
Institute of Water & Atmospheric Research, Ltd. (NIWA),
Private Bag 14901, Wellington, AS 9054, NEW ZEALAND;
and P. Keith Probert, PhD, University of Otago,
Department of Marine Science, PO Box 56, Dunedin, AS
9054, NEW ZEALAND
Dickson, Gemma C. BSc*, and Russell T.M. Poulter, PhD,
University of Otago, Department of Biochemistry, PO Box
56, Dunedin, Otago 9054, NEW ZEALAND; Jules A.
Kieser, PhD, University of Otago, Sir John Walsh
Research Institute, Faculty of Dentistry, PO Box 647,
Dunedin, Otago 9054, NEW ZEALAND; Elizabeth W.
Maas, PhD, National Institute of Water & Atmospheric
Research, Ltd. (NIWA), Private Bag 14901, Wellington,
Otago 9054, NEW ZEALAND; and P. Keith Probert, PhD,
University of Otago, Department of Marine Science, PO
Box 56, Dunedin, Otago 9054, NEW ZEALAND
DiGangi, Elizabeth A. MA*, and Jonathan D. Bethard,
MA, University of Tennessee, Department of Anthropology,
250 South Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN 37916; Erin H.
Kimmerle, PhD, University of South Florida, Department
of Anthropology, 4202 East Fowler Avenue, SOC 107,
Tampa, FL 33620-8100; and Lyle W. Konigsberg, PhD,
University of Tennessee, Department of Anthropology, 250
South Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN 37996
DiGangi, Elizabeth A. MA*, Department of Natural and
Behavioral Sciences, 10541 Hardin Valley Road,
Knoxville, TN 37933; Jonathan D. Bethard, MA*, The
University of Tennessee, Department of Anthropology, 250
South Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN 37996
Index 130
Houston Mass Murder Victims: 33 Years
Later
295
Supply and Demand: Trends and Training in
Forensic Anthropology
559
Age Progression: How Accurate Is It?
564
Biology and Culture in the Modern Era: How
Cultural Evidence Can Conflict With
Forensic Significance
193
Profiling of Marine Microbial Communities
Associated With Decomposing Remains Can
Indicate Postmortem Submersion Interval
60
Microbial Marine Decomposition: Marine
Bacteria as an Indicator of Postmortem
Submersion Interval
87
A New Method for Estimating Age-at-Death
From the First Rib
370
A Test of an Age-at-Death Method Using the
First Rib
267
DiGangi, Elizabeth A. MA*, Pellissippi State Technical
Community College, Department of Natural and
Behavioral Sciences, 10915 Hardin Valley Road,
Knoxville, TN 37993; and Jonathan D. Bethard, MA*, The
University of Tennessee, Department of Anthropology, 250
South Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN 37996
DiMaggio, John A. RPh, DPM*, Forensic Podiatry
Consulting Services, 2600 East Southern Avenue, Suite I-3,
Tempe, AZ
DiMichele, Daniel L. BS*, Texas State University, 601
University Drive, ELA 232, San Marcos, TX 78666
Dionne, Charles A. BS*, University of Central Florida,
Department of Anthropology, 4000 Central Florida
Boulevard, Orlando, FL 32816
Dionne, Charles A. MA*, and Samantha M. Seasons, BA,
University of South Florida, Department of Anthropology,
4202 East Fowler Avenue, Soc 107, Tampa, FL 33620;
Leszek Chrostowski, MD, Hillsborough County Medical
Examiner’s Office, 11025 North 46th Street, Tampa, FL
33617; and Erin H. Kimmerle, PhD, University of South
Florida, Department of Anthropology, 4202 East Fowler,
Soc 107, Tampa, FL 33820
Dirkmaat, Dennis C. PhD*, and Luis L. Cabo, MS,
Mercyhurst College, Department Applied Forensic
Sciences, Zurn 119A, 501 East 38th Street, Erie, PA 16546
Dirkmaat, Dennis C. PhD*, Applied Forensic Sciences
Department, Mercyhurst College, Glenwood Hills, Erie,
PA 16546; Steven A. Symes, PhD, Mercyhurst
Archaeological Institute, Mercyhurst College, 501 East
38th, Erie, PA 16546-0001; and Luis L. Cabo-Pérez, MS,
Mercyhurst College, Department of Applied Forensic
Sciences, 501 East 38th Street, Erie, PA 16546
Dirkmaat, Dennis C. PhD*, Departments of Anthropology
and Applied Forensic Science, Mercyhurst College, Erie,
PA; and Michael Hochrein, BS, Federal Bureau of
Investigation, St. Louis, MO
Dirkmaat, Dennis C. PhD*, Departments of Anthropology
and Applied Forensic Science, Mercyhurst College, Erie,
PA; and Wallace Miller, BS, Somerset County Coroner,
Somerset, PA
Dirkmaat, Dennis C. PhD*, Luis M. Cabo, MS, and James
M. Adovasio, PhD, Mercyhurst College, 501 East 38th
Street, Erie, PA 16546; Vicente C. Rozas, PhD, Centro de
Investigaciones Forestales y Ambientales de Lourizán,
Departamento de Ecología, Aptdo. 127, Pontevedra,
Galicia 36080, Spain
Dirkmaat, Dennis C. PhD*, Mercyhurst College, 501 East
38th Street, Erie, PA; Steven A. Symes, PhD, University of
Tennessee Regional Forensic Center, 1060 Madison
Avenue, Memphis, TN; Erik Vey, MD, Erie County
Coroner’s Office, Erie County Courthouse, Erie, PA; and
O’Brian C. Smith, MD, University of Tennessee Regional
Forensic Center, 1060 Madison Avenue, Memphis, TN
Index 131
Skeletal Markers of Parturition II: Reanalysis
of a Modern American Sample
311
The Foot as a Forensic Tool
534
Sex Estimation From the Calcaneus Using
Discriminant Function Analysis
Detecting Buried Metallic Weapons in a
Controlled Setting Using a Conductivity
Meter
Fusion Patterns in Modern Hyoid Bones
117
The Shallow Grave as an Option for
Disposing of the Recently Deceased: Goals
and Consequences
Forensic Archaeological Recovery of the
Victims of the Continental Connection Flight
3407 Crash in Clarence Center, New York
386
Teaching Forensic Archaeology to the
Masses: The Death Scene Course at
Mercyhurst College After a Decade
560
Scene Recovery Efforts in Shanksville,
Pennsylvania: The Role of the Coroner’s
Office in the Processing of the Crash Site of
United Airlines Flight 93
Mass Graves, Human Rights and
Commingled Remains: Considering the
Benefits of Forensic Archaeology
571
Recognizing Child Abuse in the Thoracic
Region Through a Multidisciplinary
Approach
609
194
33
113
444
Dirkmaat, Dennis C. PhD, Luis L. Cabo-Pérez, MS,
Alexandra R. Klales, MS*, Erin Chapman, MS, and Allison
M. Nesbitt, MS, Mercyhurst College, Department of
Applied Forensic Sciences, 501 East 38th Street, Erie, PA
16546
Donno, Antonio De PhD*, and Bruno Morgese, MD,
Section of Legal Medicine - University of Bari, Pizza
Giulio Cesare n.11, Bari, 70124, ITALY; Maurizio Scarpa,
MD, Pizza G. Cesare 11 University of Bari, Bari, ITALY;
and Francesco Introna, PhD, Section of Legal Medicine DiMIMP, P.zza Giulio Cesare n.11, Bari, 70124, ITALY
Donno, Antonio De PhD*, and Valeria Santoro, PhD,
Section of Legal Medicine - DiMIMP, P.zza Giulio Cesare
n.11, Bari, 70124, ITALY; Carlo P. Campobasso, PhD,
University of Molise, via De Sanctis, snc, Campobasso,
86100, ITALY; Nunzio Di Nunno, PhD, via Guido Dorso 9,
Bari, 70125, ITALY; and Francesco Introna, PhD, Section
of Legal Medicine - DiMIMP, P.zza Giulio Cesare n.11,
Bari, 70124, ITALY
Donno, Antonio De PhD*, Section of Legal Medicine DiMIMP - University of Bari, P.zza Giulio Cesare n.11,
Bari, 70124, ITALY; Simona Corrado, MD, Sezione di
Medicina Legale, Bari, 70100, ITALY; Valeria Santoro,
PhD, Domenico Urso, MD, Piercarlo Lozito, DDS, and
Francesco Introna, MD, Section of Legal Medicine,
Department of Internal and Public Medicine (DiMIMP),
University of Bari, P.zza Giulio Cesare n.11, Bari, 70124,
ITALY; Aldo Di Fazio, MD, Section of legal medicine Matera Hospital, via Montescaglioso n.5, Matera, 75100,
ITALY; and Rocco Maglietta, MD, Section of Legal
Medicine - San Carlo Hospital Potenza, via P.Petroni n.6,
Potenza, 85100, ITALY
Doretti*, Mercedes C. Argentine Forensic Anthropology
Team (EAAF), 10 Jay Street #502, Brooklyn, NY 11201;
Luis Fondebrider, c/o ALAF and EAAF, 10 Jay Street
#502, Brooklyn, NY 11201
Dotson, Meryle A. BA*, University of South Florida, 4202
East Fowler Avenue, Soc 107, Tampa, FL 33620; Erin H.
Kimmerle, PhD, University of South Florida, Department
of Anthropology, 4202 East Fowler, Soc 107, Tampa, FL
33820; and Lyle W. Konigsberg, PhD, University of
Illinois, Department of Anthropology, 109 Davenport Hall,
607 South Mathews Avenue, Urbana, IL 61801
Dowdy, Liotta N.*BS, and Erin H. Kimmerle, PhD,
Department of Anthropology, University of South Florida,
4202 East Fowler Avenue SOC 107, Tampa FL 33620; and
John O. Obafunwa, MD, JD, Department of Pathology and
Forensic Medicine, Lagos State University College of
Medicine, Ikeja, Lagos, NIGERIA
Drawdy, Shuala M. MA*, Department of Anthropology,
University of Florida, Gainesville, FL
Driscoll, Kathryn R.D. MA*, University of Tennessee, 250
South Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN 37996
Index 132
New Forensic Archaeological Recovery
Protocols for Fatal Fire Scenes
41
A New Method for Height Estimation Using
Photogrammetry: Reliability and Validity
21
Forensic Age Estimation of Living
Individuals: A Retrospective Case Analysis
199
Homicide by Lapidation in Neolitic Age:
Results of Two Cases
219
Perspectives and Recommendations From the
Field: Forensic Anthropology and Human
Rights in Argentina
507
Age Estimation Utilizing Postnatal Dental
Mineralization: An Exploratory Analysis of
Molar Development for a Contemporary
Florida Population.
20
The Use of Morbidity and Mortality Patterns
in Transitional Justice Initiatives Towards
Human Identification
124
Location, Identification, and Repatriation of
Remains of Victims of Conflict: Implications
for Forensic Anthropology
Can Bilateral Joint Asymmetry Be Used as an
Estimation of Handedness?
568
192
Driscoll, Kathryn R.D. MA*, University of Tennessee,
Knoxville, Department of Anthropology, 250 South
Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN 37996
Drukier, Piotr MS*, Nermin Sarajlic, PhD, and Eva E.
Klonowski, PhD, International Commission on Missing
Persons, Alipasina 45a, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Drukier, Piotr MSc*, Eva Klonowski, PhD, Laura
Yazedjian, Rifat Kesetovic, and Edwin F. Huffine, MS,
International Commission on Missing Persons, Alipashina
45a, 71000 Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Dudar, J. Christopher PhD*, and Steve D. Ousley, PhD,
Department of Anthropology, National Museum of Natural
History, Smithsonian Institution, PO Box 37012, MRC 138,
Washington, DC 20013-7012
Dudley, Mary H. MD*, Sedgwick County Regional
Forensic Science Center, 1109 North Minneapolis,
Wichita, KS 67214; Joy Vetters, BS, Wichita State
University - Department of Anthropology, 1845 Fairmount,
Wichita, KS 67260; and Angela E. Benefiel, BA, Sedgwick
County Regional Forensic Science Center, 1109 North
Minneapolis, Wichita, KS 67214
Dudzik, Beatrix MA*, and Hillary R. Parsons, MA, 508
Chisholm Trail, Knoxville, TN 37919-7050; and Ashley H.
McKeown, PhD, University of Montana, Department of
Anthropology, Missoula, MT 59812
Duhaime, Lauren J. BSc*, 1693 Virginia Drive, Sudbury,
Ontario P3E 4T7, CANADA
Dupras, Tosha L. PhD*, Joy E. Lang, and Heather L.
Reay, Department of Sociology and Anthropology,
University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL; John J.
Schultz, MS, and Anthony B. Falsetti, PhD, C.A. Pound
Human Identification Laboratory, University of Florida,
Gainesville, FL; and Noel A. Palma, BS, MD, Medical
Examiner’s Office, Pinellas-Pasco County, West Palm
Beach, FL
Dupuis, Diana A. BA*, 2610 110th Avenue, NE, Bellevue,
WA 98004
Durakovic, Nedim BSc*, Rifat Kešetović, MD, Emina
Kurtalić, Amir Hasandžiković, BSc, Adnan Rizvić, BSc, and
Thomas Parsons, PhD, Forensic Sciences International
Commission on Missing Persons, 45A Alipasina, Sarajevo,
71000, BOSNIA-HERZEGOVINA
E. El-Sheikh, M. Essam MD, PhD*, and Salwa Ramadan,
MD, PO Box 1747, Farwaina 1747, Kuwait
Edson, Suni M. MS*, and Suzanne M. Barritt, MS, Armed
Forces DNA Identification Laboratory, 1413 Research
Boulevard, Building 101, Rockville, MD 20850; Mark D.
Leney, PhD, Central Identification Lab, Joint POW/MIA
Accounting Command, 310 Worchester Avenue, Hickam
Air Force Base, HI 96853; and Brion C. Smith, DDS,
Armed Forces DNA Identification Laboratory, 1413
Research Boulevard, Building 101, Rockville, MD 20850
Index 133
Bilateral Asymmetry and Handedness: Are
they Really Related?
313
Age-Related Changes in the Adult Male
Vertebral Column
541
Anthropological Review of Remains From
Srebrenica as Part of the Identification
Process
515
Diagnosis of Anencephaly, a Common Lethal
Neural Tube Defect, From Taphonomically
Altered Fetal or Neonatal Skeletal Remains
458
Exhumation of an Historical Gravesite at
Taos Cemetery
296
Using the Freeze-Thaw Cycle to Determine
the Postmortem Interval: An Assessment of
Pig Decomposition in West Central Montana
49
Recollected Versus Actual Stature: How
Does the Height Reported by Next of Kin
Measure Up?
Masking Identity: The Effects of Corrosive
Household Agents on Soft Tissue, Bone, and
Dentition
123
Decomposition in the Santa Monica
Mountains: A Seasonal Taphonomic Analysis
of Buried and Exposed Remains
Identifying the Missing From Srebrenica:
Family Contact and the Final Identification
Process
411
Age of Closure of the Spheno-Occipital
Synchondrosis in the Arabian Gulf Region
MtDNA From Degraded Human Skeletal
Remains: Is Quality Affected by Storage
Conditions?
364
579
143
409
Egaña*, Sofia Silvana Turner, Patricia Bernardi,
Mercedes Doretti, and Miguel Nieva, Argentine Forensic
Anthropology Team (EAAF), Avenue Rivadavia 2443, 2nd
Floor, Office 3-4, Buenos Aires, C1034ACD, Argentina
Eleazer, Courtney D. BS*, and Murray K. Marks, PhD,
Department of Anthropology, University of Tennessee,
Knoxville, 250 South Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN 37996
Eleazer, Courtney D. MA*, 7700 Gleason Drive,
Apartment 39G, Knoxville, TN 37919
Emanovsky, Paul D. BS*, University of Indianapolis
Archeology and Forensics Laboratory, 1400 East Hanna
Avenue, Indianapolis, IN; Joseph T. Hefner, BS, and
Dennis C. Dirkmaat, PhD, Mercyhurst Archaeological
Institute, Mercyhurst College, 501 East 58th Street, Erie,
PA
Emanovsky, Paul D. MS*, JPAC-CIL, 310 Worchester
Avenue, Hickam AFB, HI 96853
Emanovsky, Paul D. MS*, U.S. Army Central Identification
Laboratory, 310 Worchester Avenue, Hickam AFB, HI
96853
Ern, Stephania BSc, and Luca Trombino, Dipartimento di
Scienze della Terra, Università degli Studi di Milano,
Milan, ITALY; Daniele Gibelli, MD*, Laboratorio di
Antropologia e Odontologia Forense, Sezione di Medicina
Legale, Dipartimento di Morfologia Umana e Scienze
Biomediche, V. Mangiagalli, 37, Milan, ITALY; and
Cristina Cattaneo, PhD, Laboratorio di Antropologia e
Odontologia Forense, Sezione di Medicina Legale,
Dipartimento di Morfologia Umana e Scienze Biomediche,
V. Mangiagalli, 37, Milan, ITALY
Erno, Jeffrey D. MS*, and Peter H. Tu, PhD, GE Global
Research, Imaging Technologies, 1 Research Circle,
Niskayuna, NY 12309; and Terrie Simmons, MA, and
Philip N. Williams, BS, FBI Laboratory, CFSRU, Building
12, Quantico, VA 22135
Espenshade, Jordan N. BS*, 1420 Centre Avenue,
Apartment 103, Pittsburgh, PA 15282; and Lisa Ludvico,
PhD, Duquesne University Department of Biology, 341
Fisher Hall 600 Forbes Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15282
Evison, Martin P. PhD*, University of Toronto at
Mississauga, Forensic Science Program, 3359 Mississauga
Road North, Mississauga, ON L5L 1C6, Canada; and
Richard W. Vorder Bruegge, PhD, Federal Bureau of
Investigation, Forensic Audio, Video and Image Analysis
Unit, Engineering Research Facility, Building 27958A,
Quantico, VA 22135
Falsetti, Anthony B. PhD* and Heather Walsh-Haney, MA,
C.A. Pound Human Identification Laboratory, Department
of Anthropology, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL
32601; Martha J. Burt, MD, Medical Examiner
Department, Miami-Dade County, Number One on Bob
Hope Road, Miami, FL 33136
Index 134
Commingled Skeletonized Remains in
Forensic Cases: Considerations for
Methodological Treatment
441
Age-Related Histomorphometric Changes in
Fetal and Infant Long Bones
345
Age Related Histomorphometric Changes in
Fetal Long Bones
Can Sharp Force Trauma to Bone Be
Recognized After Fire Modification? An
Experiment Using Odocoileus virginianus
(White-Tailed Deer) Ribs
261
Prediction of Shoe Size From Tarsals and
Metatarsals
Preliminary Results on the Use of Cadaver
Dogs to Locate Vietnam War-Era Human
Remains
Application of Geopedology to Forensic
Anthropology: Can Vivianite Be a Marker of
Burial in Soil? – Three Case Reports
191
Automatic Skull Landmark Determination for
Facial Reconstruction
130
A Pilot Study on Nuclear DNA Recovery
From Charred White-Tailed Deer
(Odocoileus virginianus) Bone Tissue
74
Three-Dimensional Variation in Face Shape
in a Large Study Sample
355
Personal Identification and Death
Investigation of Documented and
Undocumented Migrant Workers in Florida:
Demographic, Biographic, and Pathologic
Factors
497
575
517
90
Falsetti, Anthony B. PhD*, and Laurel E. Freas, MA,
University of Florida, C.A. Pound Human Identification
Laboratory, PO Box 112545, Southwest Radio Road,
Gainesville, FL 32611
Fanton, Laurent MD*, Institut of Legal Medicine, 12
Avenue Rockefeller, Lyon, 69008, FRANCE; Marie Paule
Gustin-Paultre, PhD, Lyon University, Lyon 1 University,
Laboratory of Biostatistics ISPB, Lyon, F-69008,
FRANCE; Habdelhamid Grait, MD, Milltary Hospital,
Alger, ALGERIA; Aissa Boudabba, MD, Military Hospital,
Alger, ALGERIA; Claire Desbois, MD, Lyon University,
Lyon 1 University, Institut of Forensic Medicine, Lyon, F69008, FRANCE; Patrice Stephane Schoendorff, MD,
Institut Medico-Legal de Lyon, 12 Avenue Rockfeller,
Lyon, 69007, FRANCE; Stéphane Tilhet-Coartet, MD,
Institut of Legal Medicine, 12 avenue Rockefeller, Lyons,
69008, FRANCE; Daniel Malicier, MD, Institu Medico
Legal, 12 Avenue Rockfeller, Lyon, 69007, FRANCE
Fenton, Todd W. PhD*, and Norman J. Sauer, PhD,
Michigan State University, Department of Anthropology,
354 Baker Hall, East Lansing, MI 48824
Fenton, Todd W. PhD*, and Norman J. Sauer, PhD,
Michigan State University, Department of Anthropology,
354 Baker Hall, East Lansing, MI 48824
Fenton, Todd W. PhD*, Department of Anthropology, 354
Baker Hall, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI;
Walter H. Birkby, PhD, and Bruce E. Anderson, PhD,
Forensic Science Center, Pima County, Tucson, AZ; and
David R. Rankin, MA, U.S. Army Central Identification
Laboratory, Hickam Air Force Base, Honolulu, HI
Fenton, Todd W. PhD*, Department of Anthropology,
Joyce L. de Jong, DO, Sparrow Health System, Department
of Pathology, and Roger Haut, PhD, Orthopaedic
Biomechanics Laboratories, 354 Baker Hall, Michigan
State University, East Lansing, MI
Fenton, Todd W. PhD*, Jered B. Cornelison, MS, and
Leslie A. Wood, BS, Michigan State University,
Department of Forensic Science, 560 Baker Hall, East
Lansing, MI 48824
Fenton, Todd W. PhD*, Michigan State University, 354
Baker Hall, Department of Anthropology, East Lansing, MI
48824; Nicholas V. Passalacqua, MS, 3518 Hagadorn
Road, Okemos, MI 48864; and Timothy G. Baumer, BS,
Brian J. Powell, BS, and Roger C. Haut, PhD, Orthopaedic
Biomechanics Laboratories, Michigan State University,
East Lansing, MI 48824
Fernandes, Tricia A. BSc*, Saint Mary’s University, 923
Robie Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia B3H 3C3, CANADA
Figura, Benjamin J. BA*, PO Box 4423, Chico, CA 959274423
Index 135
Lumbosacral Transitional Vertebrae,
Spondylolysis and Spondylolisthesis:
Prevalence in a Modern Forensic Skeletal
Population
Critical Study of Observations of the Sternal
Extremity of the 4th Rib
405
Identification of the Living From Video Tape
and Photographs: The Dynamic Orientation
Technique
Skull-Photo Superimposition and Border
Deaths: Identification Through Exclusion and
the Failure to Exclude
Falls From Cliffs: Reconstructing Individual
Death Histories From a Perimortem Fracture
Pattern
401
One Unlucky Punch: The Etiology of a Fatal
Depressed Skull Fracture
584
Symmetrical Fracturing of the Skull From
Self-Inflicted Gunshot Wounds:
Reconstructing Individual Death Histories
From Skeletonized Human Remains
A Forensic Pathology Tool to Predict
Pediatric Skull Fracture Patterns - Part 1:
Investigations on Infant Cranial Bone
Fracture Initiation and Interface Dependent
Fracture Patterns
505
Taphonomic Patterns: Can Brush Fires
Mimic the Natural Decomposition of Heavy
Muscle Markers on Bone?
Air-Drying as a Means of Preservation for the
Unidentified and Unclaimed Remains From
the World Trade Center
80
262
494
574
167
516
Figura, Benjamin J. MA*, New York City Office of the
Chief Medical Examiner, 520 First Avenue, New York, NY
10016
Figura, Benjamin J. MA*, New York City Office of the
Chief Medical Examiner, 520 First Avenue, New York, NY
10016
Figura, Benjamin J. MA*, PO Box 538, Empire, MI 49630
Finnegan, Michael PhD*, Department of Sociology,
Anthropology and Social Work, Kansas State University,
Manhattan, KS
Finnegan, Michael PhD*, Kansas State University, 204
Waters Hall, Manhattan, KS 66506-4000
Finnegan, Michael PhD*, Kansas State University,
Osteology Laboratory, 204 Waters Hall, Manhattan, KS
66506
Flavel, Ambika MSc*, 52 Ninth Avenue, Maylands, WA
Fleischman, Julie M. BA*, Laura C. Fulginiti, PhD, and
Jeffrey S. Johnston, MD, Maricopa County Office of the
Medical Examiner, 701 West Jefferson, Phoenix, AZ 85007
Fleischman, Julie M. BA*, Michigan State University, 560
Baker Hall, East Lansing, MI 48824
Fletcher, Joanna M. BA*, 9941 Timber Oaks Court,
Orlando, FL 32817; William T. Hawkins, BA, 10215
Blanchard Park Trail, Apartment 2314, Orlando, FL
32817; and John J. Schultz, PhD, University of Central
Florida, Department of Anthropology, PO Box 25000,
Orlando, FL 32816
Fojas, Christina L. BA*, Mercyhurst College, Department
of Anthropology & Applied Forensic Sciences, 501 East
38th Street, Erie, PA 16546
Fojas, Christina L. MS*, Department of Anthropology,
Binghamton University, PO Box 6000, Binghamton, NY
13902; Christopher W. Rainwater, MS, Office of the Chief
Medical Examiner, 520 1st Avenue, New York, NY 10016;
Luis L. Cabo-Pérez, MS, Mercyhurst College, Department
of Applied Forensic Sciences, 501 East 38th Street, Erie,
PA 16546; and Steven A. Symes, PhD, Mercyhurst
Archaeological Institute, Mercyhurst College, 501 East
38th, Erie, PA 16546-0001
Fondebrider*, Luis Argentine Forensic Anthropology
Team (EAAF), Rivadavia 2443, 2do piso, dpto.3 y 4,
(1034) Capital Federal, Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA; and
Soren Blau, PhD*, Victorian Institute of Forensic
Medicine, 57-83 Kavanagh Street, Southbank, Melbourne,
Victoria 3146, AUSTRALIA
Index 136
World Trade Center Revisited: A Bayesian
Approach to Disaster Victim Identification
40
New York City Unidentified Decedents From
1980 – 2008
98
An Assessment of DNA Degeneration Due to
Air-Drying Preservation for the Remains of
the World Trade Center
The Hyoid Bone as a Sex Discriminator
434
Accuracy of Age Estimates Using the Pubic
Symphysis
Non-Metric Indicators of Ancestry: Making
Non-Metric Traits More User Friendly in
Racial Assessments
Gunshot Wounds and Other Perimortem
Trauma to the Sub-Adult Skeleton
Callus Treatment: Collaboration Between
Forensic Anthropology and Forensic
Pathology to Improve the Recognition and
Elucidation of Skeletal Fractures in Infants
and Children
An Evaluation of the Chen et al. Pubic Aging
Method on a North American Sample
Monitoring the Applicability of GroundPenetrating Radar on Detecting Shallow
Graves Using Proxy Cadavers
305
A Radiographic Assessment of Age Using
Distal Radius Epiphysis Presence in a
Modern Subadult Sample
Using Spatial Analysis to Recognize Normal
and Abnormal Patterns in Burned Bodies
97
Personal Identification from Skeletal
Remains in Human Rights Investigations:
Challenges from the Field
137
536
486
563
168
16
1
41
Fontana, Donna A. MS*, New Jersey State Police, Office of
Forensic Sciences, Forensic Anthropology Laboratory,
1200 Negron Drive, Hamilton, NJ 08691
Fontana, Donna A. MS*, New Jersey State Police, River
Road, PO Box 7068, West Trenton, NJ 08628; Raafat
Ahmad, MD, Mercer County Medical Examiner Office,
Mercer County Airport, Building #31, West Trenton, NJ
08628; Jay Peacock, MD, Monmouth County Medical
Examiner Office, Centra State Medical Center, Route 537,
Freehold, NJ 07728; Ronald Suarez, MD, Morris County
Medical Examiner Office, PO Box 900, Morristown, NJ
07963-0900
Foose, Adrienne L. BA*, Robert R. Paine, PhD, and
Richard A. Nisbett, PhD, Texas Tech University,
Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Social Work,
PO Box 1012, Lubbock, TX 79409- 1012; Sridhar
Natarajan, MD, Texas Tech University Health Sciences
Center, Department of Pathology, Division of Forensic
Pathology, 3601 4th Street, Lubbock, TX 79430
Fox, Sherry C. PhD*, Wiener Laboratory, American
School of Classical Studies at Athens, 54 Souidias Street,
Athens, Attica GR106-76, Greece; and Sotiris K. Manolis,
PhD, and Constantinos Eliopoulos, PhD, Department of
Animal and Human Physiology, Division of Biology,
University of Athens, Athens, Attica GR106-76, Greece
Franicevic, Branka MSc*, Department of Archaeology,
Sheffield University, Sheffield, S1 4ET, UNITED
KINGDOM
Franicevic, Branka MSc*, University of Bradford,
Bradford, BD7 1DP, UNITED KINGDOM
Franicevic, Branka MSc*, University of Bradford,
Department of Archaeological Sciences, Bradford, BD7
1DP, United Kingdom; and Robert F. Pastor, PhD,
University of Bradford, Biological Anthropology Research
Centre, Department of Archaeological Sciences, Bradford,
BD7 1DP, United Kingdom
Franicevic, Branka MSc*, University of Central
Lancashire, Department of Forensic and Investigative
Science, Preston, PR1 2HE, UNITED KINGDOM
Franklin, Daniel PhD*, Centre for Forensic Science,
School of Anatomy and Human Biology, The University of
Western Australia, MBDP 420, 35 Stirling Highway,
Crawley, Perth, Western Australia 6009, Australia; and
Andrea Cardini, PhD, Functional Morphology and
Evolution Research Unit, The Hull York Medical School,
Heslington, York Y010 5DD, United Kingdom
Index 137
The Forensic Anthropologist, the National
Crime Information Center (N.C.I.C.), and
National Missing and Unidentified
Persons\System (NamUs) Databases
Multidisciplinary Efforts in the Identification
of Three Unidentified Females in the State of
New Jersey
178
Age at Death Determination Using the
Skeletal Histomorphometry of the Third
Metacarpal and Third Metatarsal From
Autopsy and Cadaver Samples
470
A Simple Technique for Imaging the Human
Skeleton: An Application Using the Auricular
Surface for Aging
349
Modes of Mutilation in Taphonomic Context:
Can Sharp Force Trauma Decelerate the
Decomposition Process?
Dead on Time? The Repellent Effect of
Liquid Petroleum Gas on Time Since Death
Estimation
Inter-Tidal Decomposition Patterns in
Croatia: An Experiment using Sus scrofa
Pedal Elements
148
Basement Bodies: The Effect of Light on
Decomposition in Indoor Settings
234
Mandibular Morphology as an Indicator of
Human Subadult Age: Interlandmark and
Geometric Morphometric Approaches
344
499
109
299
Franklin, Daniel PhD, and Charles E. Oxnard, MBChB,
PhD, Centre for Forensic Science, School of Anatomy and
Human Biology, The University of Western Australia, 35
Stirling Highway, Crawley, Perth, Western Australia 6009,
Australia; Paul O’Higgins, MBChB, PhD, Functional
Morphology and Evolution Research Group, The
University of York, Heslington, York Y010 5DD, United
Kingdom; and Ian Dadour, PhD*, and Robin Napper, BA,
Centre for Forensic Science, The University of Western
Australia, 35 Stirling Highway, Crawley, Perth, Western
Australia 6009, Australia
Frazee*, Kathryn Lee 1422 Pearce Park, Apartment # 2,
Erie, PA 16502-2915
Freas, Laurel BA*, Department of Anthropology, C.A.
Pound Human Identification Laboratory, University of
Florida, PO Box 112545, Gainesville, FL 32611
Freas, Laurel MA*, Department of Anthropology, CA
Pound Human ID Laboratory, University of Florida, PO
Box 112545, Gainesville, FL 32611
Fredericks*, Jamie Daniel Lower Bank Road, Fulwood,
Preston, Lancashire PR2 8NS, UNITED KINGDOM; and
Tal Simmons, PhD, Department of Forensic and
Investigative Sciences, University of Central Lancashire,
Preston, Lancashire PR1 2HE, UNITED KINGDOM
Fredericks, Jamie D. MSc*, Cranfield University, SCR 12,
DASSR, Shrivenham, Swindon, SN6 8LA, UNITED
KINGDOM
Freid, Donna MA*, University of Tennessee, Knoxville,
250 South Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN 37996; Richard L.
Jantz, PhD, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, 250 South
Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN 3799
Frelich, Lawrence DDS, PhD, Department of Peridontics,
University of Maryland School of Dentistry, 666 West
Baltimore Street, Baltimore, MD 21201; and David R.
Hunt, PhD*, Smithsonian Institution, Department of
Anthropology, National Museum of Natural History,
Washington, DC 20013-7012
Fulginiti, Laura C. PhD*, 15015 South 14th Place,
Phoenix, AZ 85048; Michael W. Warren, PhD, and Joseph
T. Hefner, MA, Department of Anthropology, University of
Florida, PO Box 117305, Gainesville, FL 32611; Larry R.
Bedore, MS, District 8 Office of the Medical Examiner,
Gainesville, FL 32601; Jason H. Byrd, PhD, Department
of Criminology, Law & Society, University of Florida, PO
Box 115950, Gainesville, FL 32611; Vincent Stefan, PhD,
Department of Anthropology, Lehman College, CUNY,
Bronx, NY 10468; and Dennis C. Dirkmaat, PhD,
Mercyhurst College, Department Applied Forensic
Sciences, Zurn 119A, 501 E 38th Street, Erie, PA 16546
Index 138
Sexual Dimorphism in the Subadult
Mandible: Quantification Using Geometric
Morphometrics
364
Demographic Expression of the Frontal
Sinuses
Assessment of Saw-Blade Wear Patterns and
Wear-Related Features of the Kerf Wall
268
Scanning Electron Microscopy of Saw Marks
in Bone: Assessment of Wear- Related
Features of the Kerf Wall
DNA Quantification of Burned Skeletal
Tissue
383
XRD and FTIR: A Diagnostic Tool to
Determine Whether or Not a DNA Profile
Can Be Successfully Generated From Heat
Treated Bone Prior to DNA Extraction
Classification and Evaluation of Unusual
Individuals Using FORDISC
80
Morphological Characteristics of Ancestry in
the Fetal/Newborn Human Skeleton
326
Anthropology Responds to Hurricane Katrina
392
501
238
421
Fulginiti, Laura C. PhD*, A.L. Mosley, MD, V. Shvarts,
MD, J. Hu, MD, K.D. Horn, MD, P.E. Keen, MD, and R.M.
Hsu, MD, Forensic Science Center, 701 West Jefferson,
Phoenix, AZ 85007
Fulginiti, Laura C. PhD*, Forensic Science Center, 701
West Jefferson, Phoenix, AZ 85007; Frank Di Modica,
Phoenix Police Department, 620 West Washington Street,
Phoenix, AZ 85003; Kristen Hartnett, PhD, Office of Chief
Medical Examiner, Forensic Anthropology, 520 1st
Avenue, New York, NY 10016; and Diane Karluk, MD,
Maricopa County Office of the Medical Examiner, 701
West Jefferson, Phoenix, AZ 85007
Fulginiti, Laura C. PhD*, Forensic Science Center, 701
West Jefferson, Phoenix, AZ 85007; Kristen Hartnett, PhD,
Office of Chief Medical Examiner, Forensic Anthropology,
520 1st Avenue, New York, NY 10016; Frank Di Modica,
Phoenix Police Department, 620 West Washington Street,
Phoeniz, AZ 85003; and Diane Karluk, MD, Maircopa
County Office of the Medical Examiner, 701 West
Jefferson, Phoenix, AZ 85007
Fulginiti, Laura C. PhD*, Forensic Science Center, 701
West Jefferson, Phoenix, AZ 85007; Kristen M. Hartnett,
MA, Arizona State University, Department of
Anthropology, PO Box 872402, Tempe, AZ 85287; and
Philip E. Keen, MD, Maricopa County Office of the
Medical Examiner, 701 West Jefferson Street, Phoenix, AZ
85007
Fulginiti, Laura C. PhD*, Kristen M. Hartnett, MA, Kevin
D. Horn, MD, and Ruth E. Kohlmeier, MD, Forensic
Science Center, 701 West Jefferson, Phoenix, AZ 85007
Furgeson, Thomas A. BA, BS*, University of Wyoming,
2109-C East Hancock Street, Laramie, WY 82072
Furgeson, Thomas A. MA*, University of Wyoming, 1002
South 3rd Street, Laramie, WY 82070; George W. Gill,
PhD, University of Wyoming, Department of Anthropology,
Laramie, WY 82071; and Rick L. Weathermon, MA,
Department of Anthropology, University of Wyoming, 10
East University Avenue, Department 3431, Anthropology,
Laramie, WY 82071
Galloway, Alison PhD*, University of California, Social
Science One FS, Santa Cruz, CA 95064; Lauren Zephro,
MA, Monterey County Sheriff’s Office, 1414 Natividad
Road, Salinas, CA 93906-3102
Galloway, Alison PhD, Department of Anthropology,
Social Science One FS, University of California, Santa
Cruz, CA 95064; and Lauren Zephro, MA, Monterey
County Sheriff’s Office, 1414 Natividad Road, Salinas, CA
95006
Index 139
Fatal Footsteps: The Murder of
Undocumented Border Crossers in Maricopa
County, Arizona
498
Sealed For Your Protection II: The Effects of
Corrosive Substances on Human Bone and
Tissue
199
Sealed for Your Protection, Part I: The
Effects of an Unknown Corrosive Agent on
Human Bone
243
A Tale of Two Bodies: Separating
Commingled Skeletal Remains With Similar
Biological Profiles
446
Of Butterflies and Spirals: Interpretation of
Fractures in Motor Vehicle vs. Pedestrian
Accidents
Race as a Viable Concept
376
Identification of Multiple Cranial Traumas in
a Recently Closed Homicide Investigation
176
Skeletal Evidence of Homicidal Compression
500
Internal Cranial Fractures
416
492
Galloway, Alison PhD, University of California, Social
Science One FS, Santa Cruz, CA 95064; Elayne J. Pope,
PhD, University of West Florida, Anthropology Building
13, 11000 University Parkway, Pensacola, FL 32514; and
Chelsey Juarez, MA*, Dept of Anthropology, UCSC Social
Science 1, 1156 High Street, Santa Cruz, CA 95064
Garvin, Heather M. BA, BS*, 1422 Pearce Park,
Apartment # 6, Erie, PA 16502
Garvin, Heather M. MS*, Johns Hopkins University, 1830
East Monument Street, Room 302, Baltimore, MD 21205
Garvin, Heather M. MS*, Johns Hopkins University, 1830
East Monument Street, Room 302, Baltimore, MD 21205;
and Nicholas V. Passalacqua, MS, 3518 Hagadorn Road,
Okemos, MI 48864-4200
Garvin, Heather MS*, 7471 SE 117th Terrace, Morriston,
FL 32668; Luis Lorenzo Cabo-Pérez, MS, Mercyhurst
College, Department of Applied Forensic Sciences, 501
East 38th Street, Erie, PA 16546; Kyra Elizabeth Stull, BA,
Mercyhurst College, 501 East 38th Street, Erie, PA 16546;
and Dennis C. Dirkmaat, PhD, Mercyhurst Archaeological
Institute, Mercyhurst College, Glenwood Hills, Erie, PA
16546
Getz, Sara M. BS*, Mercyhurst College, Department of
Applied Forensic Sciences, 501 East 38th Street, Erie, PA
16546
Gibson, Laura E. BS*, 2040 Larchmont Way, Clearwater,
FL 33764; Heather A. Walsh-Haney, and Christen E.
Herrick, BS, Florida Gulf Coast University, Division of
Justice Studies, 10501 FGCU Boulevard South, AB3, Fort
Myers, FL 33965-6565; Katy L. Shepherd, BS, Florida
Gulf Coast University, Division of Justice Studies, 10501
FGCU Boulevard, South, Fort Myers, FL 33965; Gertrude
M. Juste, MD, District 15 Office of the Medical Examiner,
3126 Gun Club Road, West Palm Beach, FL 33406; and
Margarita Arruza, MD, Medical Examiner’s Office, 2100
Jefferson Street, Jacksonville, FL 32206
Giles, Eugene PhD*, Department of Anthropology,
University of Illinois, 607 South Mathews Avenue, Urbana,
IL 61801
Gill, George W. PhD*, Department of Anthropology,
University of Wyoming, Laramie, WY 82071
Giroux, Carolyn L. BA*, 6200 East Richland Road,
Columbia, MO 65201; and Daniel J. Wescott, PhD,
University of Missouri-Columbia, Department of
Anthropology, 107 Swallow Hall, Columbia, MO 65211
Glassman, David M. PhD*, Texas State University-San
Marcos, Department of Anthropology, San Marcos, Texas
78666
Godde, Kanya MA*, and Angela M. Dautartas, BS,
University of Tennessee, 250 South Stadium Hall,
Knoxville, TN 37996
Index 140
The Burning Question: A Case Analysis of
Peri-Mortem Trauma vs. Post Fire Damage
215
Ossification of Laryngeal Structures: As
Indicators of Age
Variation in Browridge and Chin
Morphologies: Sexual Dimorphism and
Covariation With Body Size
Forensic Anthropology and Age-at-Death
Estimation: Current Trends in Adult Age
Estimation
314
A Practical Method for Determining Sex
From Human Chest Plate Radiographs
266
An Investigation and Critique of the DiGangi
et al. (2009) First Rib Aging Method
24
Necessary Breaks With Conservator
Standards: Cranial Reconstruction in Forensic
Cases
196
Ur-FORDISC, or Early Statistical Methods in
Forensic Anthropology
422
Population Variability in the Proximal
Articulation Surfaces of the Human Femur
and Humerus
Stature Estimation Based on Dimensions of
the Bony Pelvis and Proximal Femur
489
Issues Concerning the Skeletal Identification
of Deceased Illegal Aliens Recovered on the
Texas Border
Secular Trends in Cranial Morphological
Sexing
496
48
125
371
158
Godde, Kanya PhD*, Texas State University, San Marcos,
Department of Anthropology, 601 University Drive, San
Marcos, TX 78666
Goff, Alaina K. BA* and Wendy Potter, MS, University of
New Mexico, Department of Anthropology, Albuquerque,
NM 87131; Debra Komar, PhD, Office of the Medical
Investigator, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM
87131
Goff, Alaina K. BA*, and Debra Komar, PhD, Department
of Anthropology, MSC01-1040, 1 University of New
Mexico, Albuquerque, NM 87131
Gold, Melissa L. BS*, Department of Anthropology, C.A.
Pound Human Identification Laboratory, University of
Florida, PO Box 112545, Gainesville, FL 32611
Gonzalez, Richard A. PhD*, Department of Anthropology,
Saint Lawrence University, 23 Romoda Drive, Canton, NY
13617
Gonzalez, Richard A. PhD*, Saint Lawrence University,
Department of Anthropology, 1 Romoda Drive, Canton, NY
13617
Gordon, Kellie M. BA*, and Mary H. Manhein, MA,
Department of Geography and Anthropology, Louisiana
State University, 227 Howe Russell Geoscience Complex,
Baton Rouge, LA
Grant, William E. MA*, Holland Community Hospital, 602
Michigan Avenue, Holland, MI; and Richard L. Jantz,
PhD, Department of Anthropology, University of
Tennessee, 250 South Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN
Gray, Deborah W. MA*, Riverside County SheriffCoroner, 800 South Redlands Avenue, Perris, CA 92571;
and Judy M. Suchey, PhD, Department of Coroner, Los
Angeles County, 1104 North Mission Road, Los Angeles,
CA 90033
Greef, Sven De DDS*, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
Faculty of Medicine, School of Dentistry, Oral Pathology
and Maxillofacial Surgery, Forensic Odontology,
Kapucijnenvoer 7, Leuven, B-3000, Belgium; Peter Claes,
MEng, Wouter Mollemans, MEng, Dirk Vandermeulen,
PhD, and Paul Suetens, PhD, Katholieke Universiteit
Leuven, ESAT, Medical Image Computing, Herestraat 49,
Leuven, B-3000, Belgium; and Guy Willems, DDS, PhD,
Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Faculty of Medicine,
School of Dentistry, Oral Pathology and Maxillofacial
Surgery, Forensic Odontology, Kapucijnenvorer 7, Leuven,
B-3000, Belgium
Greenwald, Kristen E. MA*, 32 10th Street, Hermosa
Beach, CA 90254
Gremillian, Abigail BA*, 17862 East General Forrest,
Baton Rouge, LA 70817; and Robert J. Morton, MS, and
Wayne D. Lord, PhD, FBI NCAVC, FBI Academy,
Quantico, VA 22135
Index 141
Conditions for Breaking Down Mummified
Tissue and the Subsequent Implications for
Time Since Death
Skeletal Manifestations of Non-Hodgkin’s
Lymphoma and Multiple Myeloma: A
Differential Diagnosis
52
SEM Analysis of Mummified Skin: A
Preliminary Study of Obsidian and Chert
Induced Trauma
Hereditary Multiple Exostoses: An
Identifying Pathology
427
Determination of Sex From Juvenile Crania
by Means of Discriminant Function Analysis:
A First Study
Regional Variation of the Proximal Femur in
the United States: Analysis of Data From
NHANES III
The Role of Textiles in Determination of
Postmortem Interval
262
The Estimation of Sex From the Proximal
Ulna
536
Mass Disasters and Non-Human Remains
393
Semi-Automated Ultrasound Facial Soft
Tissue Depth Registration: Method and
Preliminary Results
437
An Experimental Study of Putrefaction and
Decomposition in Aqueous Environments
Insect Colonization of Child-Sized Remains:
Behavioral Analysis of Pig Carcasses via 24
Hour, High Resolution Video Surveillance
108
526
502
45
548
413
Grivas, Christopher R. MS*, and Debra Komar, PhD,
University of New Mexico, Department of Anthropology,
MSC01 1040, Office of the Medical Investigator, MSC11
6131, 1 University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM
87131-0001
Grivas, Christopher R. MS*, University of New Mexico,
Department of Anthropology, 1 University of New Mexico,
Albuquerque, NM 87131
Grivas, Christopher R. MS*, University of New Mexico,
Department of Anthropology, MSC01-1040, Albuquerque,
NM 87131; Debra Komar, PhD, Office of the Medical
Investigator, 1 University of New Mexico, MSC11 6030,
Albuquerque, NM 87131
Gruenthal, Ariel M. BA*, 2534 E, Eureka, CA 95501
Guatame-Garcia, Ana C. BSc*, University of Central
Lancashire, Calle 9 #0-95, Bogota, COLOMBIA; Luis A.
Camacho, PhD, Universidad Nacional de Colombia at
Bogota, Bogota, COLOMBIA; and Tal Simmons, PhD,
Department of Forensic and, Investigative Sciences,
University of Central Lancashire, Preston, Lancashire PR1
2HE, UNITED KINGDOM
Guyomarc’h, Pierre MS*, Bruno Dutailly, MS, Christine
Couture, PhD, and Helene Coqueugniot, PhD, Universite
Bordeaux 1 - UMR 5199 PACEA, Universite Bordeaux 1,
UMR 5199 PACEA - LAPP, Av des Facultes, Bat B8,
Talence, 33405, FRANCE
Guyomarc’h, Pierre MS*, Universite Bordeaux 1, UMR
5199 PACEA, UMR 5199 PACEA, Universite Bordeaux 1,
Av des Facultes, Bat B8, Talence, 33405, FRANCE; Carl
N. Stephan, PhD, JPAC - CIL, 310 Worchester Avenue,
Building 45, Hickam AFB, HI 96853
Hackman, Lucina MSc*, Dundee University, WTB/MSI
Complex, Dow Street, Dundee, DD1 4AH, UNITED
KINGDOM
Haden-Pinneri, Kathryn H. MD*, Jennifer C. Love, PhD*,
Jason M. Wiersema, PhD, and Sharon M. Derrick, PhD,
Harris County Medical Examiner’s Office, 1885 Old
Spanish Trail, Houston, TX 77054
Haden-Pinneri, Kathryn MD*, Office of the Medical
Examiner of Harris County, Joseph A. Jachimiczyk
Forensic Center, 1885 Old Spanish Trail, Houston, TX
77054; and Gregory Berg, MS, Joint POW/MIA
Accounting Command, Central Identification Laboratory,
310 Worchester Avenue, Hickam AFB, HI 96853-5530
Halvorsen, H. Anne MA* and Rick L. Weathermon, MA,
Department of Anthropology, University of Wyoming,
Laramie, WY 82072
Hamilton, Michelle D. PhD*, and Jerry Melbye, PhD,
Texas State University-San Marcos, Department of
Anthropology, 601 University Drive, ELA 273, San
Marcos, TX 78666-4616
Index 142
Daubert and Kumho: Implications for
Anthropologists in the Courtroom
359
Differential Diagnosis of Gout in Skeletal
Remains
381
Evaluating Methods of Age Estimation of
Fetal/Neonate Remains From Radiographs
Using a Diverse Autopsy Sample
271
Differential Decomposition Patterns in
Charred Versus Un-Charred Remains
Computer Simulation for Drift Trajectories of
Objects in the Magdalena River, Colombia
81
Prediction of Mouth Shape Using Geometric
Morphometrics for Facial Approximation
57
A Performance Check of Ear Prediction
Guidelines Used in Facial Approximation
Based on CT Scans of Living People
38
Training the National Disaster Victim
Identification Team
184
Forensic Pathology and Anthropology: A
Collaborative Effort
179
Ballistics-Induced Depressed Skull Fractures
309
Femoral Variation Between Whites and
American Indians
488
Going Green: Environmentally Sound
Practices in Human Decomposition Research
and Laboratory Settings
203
235
Hampton, Angela BS*, University of New Mexico,
Department of Anthropology, MSC01-1040, 1 University of
New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM 87131
Hanson, Ian MSc*, School of Conservation Sciences,
Bournemouth University, United Kingdom
Harrington, Richard J. PhD*, International Commission
on Missing Persons, Alipasina 45a, Sarajevo; Benjamin
Swift, MBChB, Division of Forensic Pathology, Robert
Kilpatrick Clinical Sciences Building, Leicester Royal
Infirmary, Leicester, United Kingdom; and Edwin F.
Huffine, MS, International Commission on Missing
Persons, Alipasina 45a, Sarajevo
Hart, Gina O. BA*, 933 Anchor Lake Road, Carriere, MS
Hart, Gina O. MA*, Regional Medical Examiner’s Office,
325 Norfolk Street, Newark, NJ 07103-2701
Hartnett, Kristen M. BA*, and Denise To, MA, Department
of Anthropology, Arizona State University, PO Box
872402, Tempe, AZ
Hartnett, Kristen M. MA*, Arizona State University,
Department of Anthropology, PO Box 872402, Tempe, AZ
85287-2402; Laura C. Fulginiti, PhD, 701 West Jefferson,
Phoenix, AZ 85007
Hartnett, Kristen M. MA*, Forensic Science Center, 701
West Jefferson, Phoenix, AZ 85007
Haugen, Gwendolyn M. MA*, Saint Louis County Medical
Examiner’s Office, 6039 Helen Avenue, Saint Louis, MO
63134; Gina O. Hart, MA, 325 Norfolk Street, Newark, NJ
07103-2701; and Pamela M. Steger, MS, 934 Sycamore
Street, San Marcos, TX 78666
Haugen, Gwendolyn M. MA*, St. Louis County Medical
Examiner’s Office, 6039 Helen Avenue, St. Louis, MO
63134; Kathleen Diebold, MA*, St. Charles, Jefferson &
Franklin, Medical Examiner’s Office, 3556 Caroline
Street, Room C305, St. Louis, MO 63104; Mary E.S. Case,
MD, Chief Medical Examiner of St. Louis, St. Charles,
Jefferson, and Franklin Counties in Missouri, 6039 Helen
Avenue, St. Louis, MO 63134; St. Louis County Medical
Examiner’s Office, 6039 Helen Avenue, St. Louis, MO
63134; and Charles W. Subke, Franklin County Sheriff’s
Office, #1 Bruns Drive, Union, MO 63084
Hawkins, William T. BA*, 10215 Blanchard Park Trail,
Apartment 2314, Orlando, FL 32817; Joanna M. Fletcher,
BA, 9941 Timber Oaks Court, Orlando, FL 32817; and
John J. Schultz, PhD, University of Central Florida,
Department of Anthropology, PO Box 25000, Orlando, FL
32816
Index 143
Testing Determination of Adult Age at Death
Using Four Criteria of the Acetabulum
447
Advances in Surveying and Presenting
Evidence From Mass Graves, Clandestine
Graves, and Surface Scatters
Introducing Daubert to the Balkans
561
Fracture Pattern Interpretation in the Skull:
Differentiating Blunt Force From Ballistics
Trauma
Death Investigation for Anthropologists:
Examining an Alternative Role for Forensic
Anthropologists in Medical Examiner’s and
Coroner’s Offices
Modern Oral Piercings: The Application of
Their Dental Wear Patterns for Forensic
Anthropology
Osseous Traumata Caused by a Fall From a
Height: A Case Study
585
A Reevaluation and Revision of the SucheyBrooks and Loth and Iscan Aging Methods
Diversification: Evolving Professional Roles
for the Forensic Anthropologist in the
Medicolegal System
305
Identification by the Numbers: A Case Study
in Skeletal Trauma Examination and Surgical
Implant Tracking
219
Monitoring the Long-Term Applicability of
Ground-Penetrating Radar Using Proxy
Cadavers
1
538
175
588
498
10
Hayashi, Atsuko BA*, Joint POW/MIA Accounting
Command Central Identification Laboratory, 310
Worchester Avenue, Building 45, Hickam AFB, HI 968535530
Heaton, Vivienne G. MS*, and Tal Simmons, PhD,
Department of Forensic and Investigative Science,
University of Central Lancashire, Preston, Lancashire PR1
2HE, United Kingdom
Hefner, Joseph T. BA, MA*, Department of Anthropology,
University of Florida, Gainesville, FL 32611; and Stephen
D. Ousley, PhD, Department of Anthropology, Smithsonian
Institution, Washington, DC 20560
Hefner, Joseph T. BS*, C.A. Pound Human Identification
Laboratory, Department of Anthropology, 1898 Seton
Court, Clearwater, FL
Hefner, Joseph T. BS*, Department of Anthropology,
University of Florida, 5007 NW 29th Street, Gainesville,
FL 32607; Stephen D. Ousley, PhD, Smithsonian, NMNH
MRCI 138, Washington, DC 20560; Michael W. Warren,
PhD, Department of Anthropology, University of Florida,
Gainesville, FL 32605
Hefner, Joseph T. BS*, Mercyhurst College, Forensic
Anthropology Laboratory, 202 Parade Street, Erie, PA
Hefner, Joseph T. MA*, Forensic Anthropology Center,
Department of Anthropology, University of Tennessee,
Knoxville, TN 37996; Paul D. Emanovsky, MS, and John
Byrd, PhD, Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command, 310
Worchester Avenue, Building 45, Hickam AFB, HI 96853;
and Stephen D. Ousley, PhD, National Museum of Natural
History, Smithsonian Institution, PO Box 37012 MRC 138,
Washington, DC 20013
Hefner, Joseph T. MA*, University of Tennessee,
Department of Anthropology, 250 South Stadium Hall,
Knoxville, TN 37996; Natalie M. Uhl, BS, University of
Indianapolis, 1400 East Hanna Avenue, Indianapolis, IN
46227; Stanley Rhine, PhD, University of New Mexico,
Department of Anthropology, MSC01-1040 Anthropology,
Albuquerque, NM 87131-0001; and William M. Bass, PhD,
University of Tennessee, Department of Anthropology, 250
South Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN 37996
Hefner, Joseph T. PhD*, and Natalie Uhl, MS, 1503 North
Pennsylvania Street, Apartment 21, Indianapolis, IN
46202; and Nicholas V. Passalaqua, MS, Michigan State
University, 203 Berkey Hall, East Lansing, MI 48824-1111
Hefner, Joseph T. PhD*, Joint POW/MIA Accounting
Command, Central Identification Laboratory, 310
Worchester Avenue, Building 45, Hickam AFB, HI 96583;
Kate Spradley, PhD, Department of Anthropology, Texas
State University, 601 University Drive, San Marcos, TX
78666; and Bruce E. Anderson, PhD, Forensic Science
Center, Office of the Medical Examiner, 2825 East District
Street, Tucson, AZ 85714
Index 144
Revising Revisions: Modification of the
Measurement of the Sacral Body Height for
Use in Fully’s (1956) Anatomical Method of
Stature Estimation
The Decomposition of Human Remains
Recovered From the River Clyde, Scotland:
A Comparative Study of UK Fluvial Systems
23
Morphoscopic Traits and the Statistical
Determination of Ancestry II
369
The Utility of Nonmetric Cranial Traits in
Ancestry Determination - Part II
537
An Historical Perspective on Nonmetric
Skeletal Variation: Hooton and the Harvard
List
485
An Assessment of Craniofacial Nonmetric
Traits Currently Used in the Forensic
Determination of Ancestry
The Value of Experience, Education, and
Methods in Ancestry Prediction
593
Pedagogy of Practicing Forensic
Anthropologists: A Collection of Our History
294
Beyond Taphonomy: Craniometric Variation
Among Anatomical Specimens
232
Ancestry Estimation Using Random Forest
Modeling
26
339
332
Hefner, Joseph T. PhD*, Statistical Research, Inc., 6099
East Speedway Boulevard, Tucson, AZ 85712
Henderson, Julie A. BA*, PO Box 125, 130 4th Street,
Morton, WA 98356
Herman, Rhett PhD, Radford University, Department of
Chemistry and Physics, Radford University, Radford, VA
24142; Cliff Boyd, PhD, Radford University, Department
of Sociology and Anthropology, Radford University,
Radford, VA 24142; Jarrod Burks, PhD, Ohio Valley
Archaeological Consultants, 4889 Sinclair Road, Suite
210, Columbus, OH 43229; Donna C. Boyd, PhD*,
Department Sociology & Anthropology, Radford
University, Radford, VA 24142; and Doug Drumheller,
MBA, Greatest Generation MIA Recoveries, 2187 Ben
Franklin Drive, Pittsburg, PA 15327
Herrick, Christen E. BS*, and Heather A. Walsh-Haney,
PhD, Florida Gulf Coast University, Division of Justice
Studies, 10501 FGCU Boulevard AB3, Fort Myers, FL
33965-6565; Katy L. Shepherd, BS, Florida Gulf Coast
University, Division of Justice Studies, 10501 FGCU
Boulevard, South, Fort Myers, FL 33965; Marta U.
Coburn, MD, District 20 Medical Examiner’s Office, 3838
Domestic Avenue, Naples, FL 34104; and Margarita
Arruza, MD, Medical Examiner’s Office, 2100 Jefferson
Street, Jacksonville, FL 32206
Herrick, Christen E. BS*, and Heather A. Walsh-Haney,
PhD, Florida Gulf Coast University, Division of Justice
Studies, 10501 FGCU Boulevard AB3, Fort Myers, FL
33965-6565; Margarita Arruza, MD, Medical Examiner’s
Office, 2100 Jefferson Street, Jacksonville, FL 32206;
Marta U. Coburn, MD, District 20 Medical Examiner,
3838 Domestic Avenue, Naples, FL 34104; E.H.
Scheuerman, MD, 1856 Colonial Drive, Green Cove
Springs, FL 32043; Jennifer L. Anderson, BS, BA, 4632
Deleon Street, #129, Fort Myers, FL 33907; Jeffrey J.
Brokaw, BA, 2100 Jefferson Street, Jacksonville, FL
32206; Brian Womble, BS, 3838 Domestic Avenue, Naples,
FL 34104; Katy L. Shepherd, BS, Florida Gulf Coast
University, Division of Justice Studies, 10501 FGCU
Boulevard, South, Fort Myers, FL 33965; Laura E. Gibson,
BS, 2040 Larchmont Way, Clearwater, FL 33764; and
Minas Iliopoulos, BS, 10501 FGCU Boulevard, South,
Division of Justice Studies, AB3, Fort Myers, FL 33965
Herrick, Christen E. BS*,and Heather A. Walsh-Haney,
PhD, Florida Gulf Coast University, Division of Justice
Studies, 10501 FGCU Boulevard S, AB3, Fort Myers, FL
33965-6565; and E. Hunt Scheuerman, MD, 1856 Colonial
Drive, Green Cove Springs, FL 32043
Herrmann, Nicholas P. PhD*, Beth Bassett, MA, and Lee
M. Jantz, PhD, University of Tennessee, 250 South Stadium
Hall, Department of Anthropology, Knoxville, TN 37996
Index 145
Morphoscopic Traits: Mixed Ancestry,
Hispanics, and Biological Variation
Assessing Directionality of Low Velocity
Gunshot Wounds to the Vertebrae: A
Preliminary Study
Geophysical Remote Sensing Applied to the
Forensic Search for WWII Graves in
Guadalcanal
208
Molar Crenulation as an Attribute of
Ancestry in Forensic Cases: Identification
and Accuracy
102
Solving Medical Examiner Cold Cases:
Modern Resources in the Reanalysis of
Human Skeletal Remains
170
What Starts as a Homicide Ends as a
Forgotten Cemetery: How Medical
Examiners, Law Enforcement, and State
Archaeologists Work Together to Protect
Archaeological Sites
High Velocity Fluvial Transport: A Case
Study From Tennessee
228
211
196
480
Hines, David Z.C. BA*, C.A. Pound Human Identification
Laboratory, PO Box 112545, University of Florida,
Gainesville, FL 32611
Hinkes, Madeleine J. PhD*, San Diego Mesa College,
7250 Mesa College Drive, San Diego, CA 92111
Hodgins, Gregory W. PhD*, University of Arizona,
Department of Physics, 1118 East Fourth Street, Tucson,
AZ 85721
Hofmeister, Ute MA*, Morris Tidball-Binz, MD, and
Shuala M. Drawdy, MA, International Committee of the
Red Cross, 19 Avenue de la Paix, Geneva, 1202,
SWITZERLAND
Hofmeister, Ute MA*, Porzellangasse 48/12a, Alipasina
45a, Vienna, 1090, Austria; Anahi Ginarte, Lic., EAAF,
Rivadavia 2443, dpto 3 y 4, Buenos Aires, C1034ACD,
Argentina
Holborow, Amy A. BS, MA*, Department of Anthropology,
University of Wyoming, PO Box 3431, Laramie, WY 82071
Holland, Thomas D. PhD*, DoD JPAC, Central ID Lab,
310 Worchester Avenue, Hickam AFB, HI 96853
Index 146
Bullet Wipe on Bone: Production and
Detection
500
Migrant Deaths Along the California- Mexico
Border: An Anthropological Perspective
Year-of-Death Determination Based Upon
the Measurement of Atomic Bomb-Derived
Radiocarbon in Human Soft Tissues
An Electronic Data Management Tool for the
Search for Missing Persons and Forensic
Human Identification: The ICRC AM/PM
DB
FAD - A Database Application for Forensic
Anthropology in Human Rights
495
The Zygomaticomaxillary Suture: A Study of
Variability Within Homo sapiens
The Scientific Working Group for Forensic
Anthropology: An Update
487
147
283
464
9
Holland, Thomas D. PhD*, DoD JPAC, Central ID Lab,
310 Worchester Avenue, Hickam AFB, HI 96853; Angi M.
Christensen, PhD*, FBI Laboratory, 2501 Investigation
Parkway, Quantico, VA 22135; Bradley J. Adams, PhD,
New York Office of the Chief Medical Examiner, 520 1st
Avenue, New York, NY 10016; Bruce E. Anderson, PhD,
Forensic Science Center, 2825 East District Street, Tucson,
AZ 85714; Hugh E. Berryman, PhD, Department Sociology
& Anthropology, Middle Tennessee State University, Box
89, Murfreesboro, TN 37132; John E. Byrd, PhD,
JPAC/CIL, 310 Worchester Avenue, Hickam AFB, HI
96853- 5530; Leslie E. Eisenberg, PhD, 6228 Trail Ridge
Court, Oregon, WI 53575; Todd W. Fenton, PhD,
Michigan State University, Department of Anthropology,
354 Baker Hall, East Lansing, MI 48824; Michael
Finnegan, PhD, Kansas State University, Osteology Lab,
204 Waters Hall, Manhattan, KS 66506; Diane L. France,
PhD, Colorado State University, Human Identification
Lab, Department of Anthropology, Fort Collins, CO
80523; Lisa M. Leppo, PhD, U.S. Army QM Center &
School, Joint Mortuary Affairs Center, 1201 22nd Street,
Fort Lee, VA 23801-1601; Lee Meadows Jantz, PhD,
Department of Anthropology, University of Tennessee, 250
South Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN 37996- 0720; Robert W.
Mann, PhD, Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command,
Identification Laboratory, 310 Worchester Avenue, Hickam
AFB, HI 96853-5000; Stephen D. Ousley, PhD, Mercyhurst
College, Department of Anthropology/Archaeology, 501
East 38th Street, Erie, PA 16546; William C. Rodriguez III,
PhD, Armed Forces Medical Examiner’s Office, 1413
Research Boulevard, Building 102, Rockville, MD 20850;
Paul S. Sledzik, MS, NTSB, Office ofTransportation
Disaster Assistance, 490 L’Enfant Plaza, Southwest
Washington, DC 20594; Richard M. Thomas, PhD, FBI
Laboratory, DNA Unit II, Room 3220, 2501 Investigation
Parkway, Quantico, VA 22135; Andrew Tyrrell, PhD,
JPAC-CIL, 310 Worchester Avenue, Hickam AFB, HI
96853; Douglas H. Ubelaker, PhD, Department of
Anthropology, NMNH - MRC 112, Smithsonian Institution,
Washington, DC 20560; Michael W. Warren, PhD, C.A.
Pound Human ID Laboratory, 1376 Mowry Road, Room
G17, PO Box 113615, Gainesville, FL 32610; and P.
Willey, PhD, Chico State University, Department of
Anthropology, Chico, CA 95929-0400
Hollands, Nanette BSc*, Flat 8, 5 Bryanstone Road,
Winton, Bournemouth, BH3 7JE, UNITED KINGDOM;
and Piotr D. Drukier, MSc*, Bournemouth University,
C134 Christchurch House, Talbot Campus, Fern Barrow,
Poole, BH12 5BB, UNITED KINGDOM
Hoogewerff, Jurian A. PhD*, University of East Anglia, ,
Norwich, Norfolk NR4 7TJ, UNITED KINGDOM
Index 147
The Scientific Working Group for Forensic
Anthropology
105
An Evaluation of the Skeletal Aging Method
Using Adult Male Vertebrae as Developed by
Drukier, et al.
258
Introduction to the Use and Limits of
Elemental and Isotopic Analysis for the
Forensic Provenancing of Unidentified
Human Remains
247
Horner, Kristin E. MA*, Department of Anthropology,
Michigan State University, 354 Baker Hall, East Lansing,
MI 48824
Horner, Kristin E. MA*, Secchia Center, 15 Michigan
Street Northeast, Grand Rapids, MI 49503
Horni, Harald BA*, and Robert R. Paine, PhD, 112436,
Texas Tech University Department of Sociology, and
Social Work, Box 41012, Lubbock, TX
Howard, Sheridan J. BHS*, Centre for Forensic Science,
The University of Western Australia, 35 Stirling Highway,
Crawley, WA 6009, Australia; and Jan Meyer, PhD,
School of Anatomy & Human Biology, 35 Stirling
Highway, Crawley, WA 6009, Australia
Huard, Aimee E. MA*, Binghamton University, Jeremy J.
Wilson, MA, and Dawnie W. Steadman, PhD, Department
of Anthropology, Binghamton University, PO Box 6000,
Binghamton, NY 13902-6000
Huculak, Meaghan A. BSc*, Saint Mary’s University, 923
Robie Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia B3H 3C3, CANADA
Huel, Rene BA*, Ana Miloš-Bilic MSc, Sylvain Amory
PhD, Stojko Vidović, Tony Donlon, BSc, Adnan Rizvić,
BSc, and Thomas Parsons, PhD, Forensic Sciences
International Commission on Missing Persons, 45A
Alipasina, Sarajevo, 71000, BOSNIA-HERZEGOVINA
Huffman, Michaela M. BS*, National Museum of Natural
History, Department of Anthropology, MRC112, 10th &
Constitution Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20560-0112;
and David R. Hunt, PhD, National Museum of Natural
History, Department of Anthropology/MRC112, 10th &
Constitution Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20560-0112
Hufnagl, Kevin B. MA*, 601 Lindsay Place, Apartment
B14, Knoxville, TN 37919
Hughes, Cris E. MA*, and Chelsey Juarez, MA,
Department of Anthropology, University of California –
Santa Cruz, Social Science 1, 1156 High Street Room 435,
Santa Cruz, CA 95064
Hughes, Cris E. MA*, and Chelsey Juarez, MA,
Department of Anthropology, University of California –
Santa Cruz, Social Science 1, 1156 High Street Room 435,
Santa Cruz, CA 95064; and Lauren Zephro, MA, Santa
Cruz Sheriff’s Office, 701 Ocean Street, Room 340, Santa
Cruz, CA 95060
Hughes, Cris E. MA*, University of California at Santa
Cruz, 5405 Prospect Road, #7, San Jose, CA 95129; and
Crystal A. White*, University of California at Santa Cruz,
Crown College, 400 McLaughlin Drive, Santa Cruz, CA
95064
Hughes, Cris E. MA*, University of Californiaat Santa
Cruz, 5405 Prospect Road, #7, San Jose, CA 95129
Index 148
The eBay® Mummy: A Case of a Scottish
Mummy From Maryland for Sale in
Michigan
The Accuracy of the Lamendin Method of
Dental Aging in Teeth With Fillings
A Comparative Study of Mammalian Cortical
Bone
285
Estimating Time Since Death From Human
Skeletal Remains by Radioisotope and Trace
Element Analysis
347
Diagnosing Peri-Mortem Blunt Force Trauma
in Burnt Remains
166
In Vivo Facial Tissue Depth Measurements
of African Nova Scotian Children for 3-D
Forensic Facial Reconstruction
High Throughput DNA Typing for Degraded
Skeletal Remains and Victim Reference
Samples in a Large Scale “DNALed” Missing
Persons Identification and Re-Association
Project: The ICMP Work on the Missing
Recovered From Srebrenica Mass Graves
Sex Determination in the Human Sacrum:
Wing Index and Sacral Curvature
131
Estimating Time Since Injury From Healing
Stages Observed in Radiographs
Frequencies of Non-Metric Characteristics in
Northern California Native Populations:
Establishing a Foundation for Comparison
361
Past or Present? An Empirical Basis for
Quantitatively Distinguishing Between
Prehistoric and Modern Forensic Cases Using
a California Native American Population
157
Taphonomy and Dentition: Understanding
Postmortem Crack Propagation in Teeth
222
Ancestry Informative Markers (AIMs) and
Forensic Anthropologist’s New Competition:
Understanding the Theories, Methods, and
Techniques for Allocating Ancestry in the
Field of Forensic Genetics
247
17
590
141
331
157
Hughes, Cris E. PhD*, 2306 East Delaware Avenue,
Urbana, IL 61802; Chelsey A. Juarez, PhD, University of
California Santa Cruz, 1156 High Street, Social Science 1,
Department of Anthropology, Santa Cruz, California
95064; Gillian M. Fowler, MS, Lincoln University,
Brayford Pool Lincoln, Lincolnshire, LN6 7TS, UNITED
KINGDOM; Taylor Hughes, PhD, University of UrbanaChampaign, 2306 East Delaware Avenue, Urbana, IL
61802; and Shirley C. Chacon, BA, FAFG, Avenida
Simeón Cañas 10-64 zona 2, Guatemala, 01002,
GUATEMALA
Hulsey, Brannon I. MA*, Walter E. Klippel, PhD, and Lee
Meadows Jantz, PhD, University of Tennessee, Department
of Anthropology, 250 South Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN
37966-0720
Humphries, Ashley L. BA*, North Carolina State
University, Department of Sociology & Anthropology, 334
1911 Building, Campus Box 8107, Raleigh, NC 27695
Huntington, Sarah M. MSc*, PO Box 961, Kingston, WA
98346; and Tal Simmons, PhD, School of Forensic &
Investigative Sciences, University of Central Lancashire,
Preston, Lancashire PR1 2HE, UNITED KINGDOM
Hurst, Carolyn V. BA*, 354 Baker Hall, East Lansing, MI
48824
Hurst, Sherice L. MA*, and Mary H. Manhein, MA,
Louisiana State University, Department of Geography &
Anthropology, 227 Howe- Russell Geoscience Complex,
Baton Rouge, LA
Huxley, Angie K. MA, PhD*, PO Box 493812, Redding, CA
96049-3812
Huxley, Angie Kay PhD*, Pima Community College West
Campus, Division of Science and Technology, Department
of Biology, PO Box 1136, Pomona, CA
Ii, Suzanne S. BA*, 4198 East Manning Avenue, Fowler,
CA 93625- 9631; David R. Hunt, PhD, National Museum
of Natural History, Department of Anthropology,
Washington, DC 21201
Ingvoldstad, Megan MA, Ohio State University,
Department of Anthropology, 244 Lord Hall, 124 West
17th Avenue Columbus, OH 43210; and Christian
Crowder, PhD*, Medical Examiner’s Office, 520 First
Avenue, New York, NY 10016
Introna, Francesco MD*, Antonio De Donno, PhD,
Domenico Urso, PhD, and Valeria Santoro, PhD, Section
of Legal Medicine, Department of Internal and Public
Medicine (DiMIMP) - University of Bari, P.zza Giulio
Cesare n.11, Bari, 70124, ITALY
Introna, Francesco MD, University of Bari, Italy, Istituto
di Medicina legale, Policlinico., Bari, Italy
Index 149
A Simulation for Exploring the Effects of the
“Trait List” Method’s Subjectivity on
Consistency and Accuracy of Ancestry
Estimations
36
Metacarpal and Metatarsal Histology of
Humans and Black Bears
150
Craniometric Variation in the Caribbean and
Latin America as Influenced by the TransAtlantic Slave Trade
Taphonomic Processes Involved With the
Decomposition of Human Remains Within
the Puget Sound
44
Non-Metric Trait Expressions Most Prevalent
in Undocumented Border Crossers of
Southwest Hispanic Descent From the Pima
County Office of the Medical Examiner
Aquatic Decomposition Rates in South
Central Louisiana
210
A Tale of Two Museums: Available Fetal
Collections at the National Museum of
Natural History and the Albert Szent- Gyorgi
Medical University, Hungary
Human Remains Sold to the Highest Bidder!
A Snapshot of the Buying and Selling of
Human Skeletal Remains on eBay®, an
Internet Auction Site
Sexual Dimorphism in the Distal Humerus
471
Observer Error Analysis Trends in Forensic
Anthropology
190
Use of Facial Indices for Comparative Metric
Facial Identification After Parametrical
Superimposition
246
Robber’s Personal Identification by
Morphometric Analysis of Recorded Images
589
87
597
583
468
J. Chan, Wing Nam MA*, 4720 210th Street, Bayside, NY
11361; Mary H. Manhein, MA, Department of Geography
& Anthropology, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge,
LA 70803; and Ginesse A. Listi, MA, 1723 Lombard Drive,
Baton Rouge, LA 70810
Jaagumagi*, Alyson E. University of Toronto, 100 St.
George Street, Toronto, Ontario M5S 3G3, Canada; Bo
Yeon Kim*, Bryn Mawr College, 101 North Merion
Avenue, Bryn Mawr, PA 19010-2899; Danielle Stollak,
Haverford College, 370 Lancaster Avenue, Haverford, PA
19041-1392; and Meisha Bray*, Grand Valley State
University, 1 Campus Drive, Allendale, MI 49401-9401
Jackson, Daniel W. MA*, and Pamela M. Steger, MS*,
Travis County Medical Examiner’s Office, 1213 Sabine
Street, PO Box 1748, Austin, TX 78666
Jans, Miranda M.E. PhD*, Institute for Geology and
Bioarchaeology, Vrije Universiteit, De Boelelaan 1085,
Amsterdam, 1081 HV, NETHERLANDS; Andrew J. Tyrrell,
PhD, Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command, Central
Identification Lab, 310 Worchester Avenue, Building 54,
Hickam Air Force Base, HI 96853; Odile Loreille, PhD,
Armed Forces DNA Identification Laboratory, 1413
Research Boulevard, Rockville, MD 20850; and Henk
Kars, PhD, Institute for Geology and Bioarchaeology,
Vrije Universiteit, De Boelelaan 1085, Amsterdam, 1081
HV, NETHERLANDS
Jantz, Lee Meadows PhD*, Department of Anthropology,
University of Tennessee, 250 South Stadium Hall,
Knoxville, TN 37996
Jantz, Richard L. PhD* and Erin H. Kimmerle, MA,
University of Tennessee, Department of Anthropology, 250
South Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN 37996-0720
Jantz, Richard L. PhD*, University of Tennessee,
Department of Anthropology, 250 South Stadium Hall,
Knoxville, TN 37996-0720
Jantz, Richard PhD*, and Lee Meadows Jantz, PhD,
Department of Anthropology, University of Tennessee, 250
South Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN 37996-0720
Jasaragic, Edin BA*, Zlatan Bajunovic, Adnan Rizvić, BSc,
and Thomas Parsons, PhD, Forensic Sciences
International Commission on Missing Persons, 45A
Alipasina, Sarajevo, 71000, BOSNIA-HERZEGOVINA
Jeavons, Emily BS*, Bournemouth University, School of
Conservation Science, Talbot Campus, Poole, Dorset
BH12 5BB, United Kingdom
Jemmott, Kathryn M. MA*, CA Pound Human ID
Laboratory, University of Florida, Building 114 SW Radio
Road, Gainesville, FL 32611; Ann H. Ross, PhD, North
Carolina State University, Department of Sociology and
Anthropology, Raleigh, NC 27612; Loreto S. Silva,
Comision de la Verdad, Balboa, Panama City, Panama;
Lazaro M. Cotes, Comision de la Verdad, Balboa, Panama
City, Panama; Carlos Fitzgerald, PhD, Patrimonio
Historico, Panama, Panama City, Panama
Index 150
In Vivo Facial Tissue Depth Study of Adult
Chinese Americans in New York City
254
The Problem-Based Learning Approach to
Forensic Anthropology at Butrint National
Park, Albania: The International Student
Perspective
341
Identifying Sharp Force Trauma on Burned
Bones
241
Early Diagenesis of Bone and DNA
Preservation
239
Richard Jantz: A Man of Impressive Numbers
327
Variation in Size and Dimorphism in Eastern
European Femora
473
Metric Description of Hispanic Skeletons: A
Preliminary Analysis
493
Twentieth Century Change in Facial
Morphology and Its Relationship to Metric
Sexing
The ICMP Identification Coordination
Center: A Sample Accessioning and Blind
DNA Matching System for Missing Persons
Identification on a Regional Scale
Age Related Changes of the Distal Humerus
119
Preservation in Paradise II: A Pre-Columbian
Burial in a Contemporary Cemetery
484
141
315
Jenny, Lindsey L. MA, Paige V. Wojcik, BS*, and Todd W.
Fenton, PhD, Michigan State University, Department of
Anthropology, 354 Baker Hall, East Lansing, MI 48824
Jo, Seung Mook MD, PhD, Gachon University of Medicine
and Science, Department of Anatomy, 1198, Kuwol-dong,
Namdong-gu, Incheon, 405760, KOREA; and Yi-Suk Kim,
MD, PhD*, Ewha Womans University, Departement of
Anatomy, School of Medicine, 911-1, Mok6-dong,
Yangcheon-gu, Seoul, 158710, KOREA
Johnson, Amanda MPA*, Sam Houston State University,
PO Box 2296, Huntsville, TX 77340; Joan A. Bytheway,
PhD*, 23936 Northcrest Trail, New Caney, TX 77357; and
Stephen M. Pustilnik, MD, Galveston County Medical
Examiner’s Office, 6607 Highway 1764, Texas City, TX
77591
Johnston, Cheryl A. PhD*, Western Carolina University,
Department of Anthropology & Sociology, 101 McKee
Building, Cullowhee, NC 28723
Johnston, Cheryl A. PhD*, Western Carolina University,
Department of Anthropology & Sociology, 101 McKee
Building, Cullowhee, NC 28723
Jones, Brannon I. MA*, University of Tennessee, 250 South
Stadium Hall, Department of Anthropology, Knoxville, TN
37996
Jordan, Alison E. BS*, Forensic Institute for Research and
Education, PO Box 89, Middle Tennessee State University,
Murfreesboro, TN 37132; and Hugh E. Berryman, PhD,
Department Sociology & Anthropology, Middle Tennessee
State University, Box 89, Murfreesboro, TN 37132
Juarez, Chelsey A. BA*, UC Santa Cruz, Department of
Anthropology, 1156 High Street, Santa Cruz, CA 95064
Juarez, Chelsey A. MA*, 240 River Street, #1, Santa Cruz,
CA 95060
Juarez, Chelsey A. MA*, Department of Anthropology,
UCSC Social Science 1, 1156 High Street, Santa Cruz, CA
95064
Juarez, Chelsey A. MA*, University of California, Santa
Cruz, 1156 High Street, Santa Cruz, CA 95064
Juarez, Chelsey MA*, University of California - Santa
Cruz, Social Science 1, Department of Anthropology, 1156
High Street, Santa Cruz, CA 95064; and Cris E. Hughes,
MA, 2306 East Delaware Avenue, Urbana, IL 61802
Kahana, Tzipi PhD*, Israel National Police, 67 Ben Zvi
Street, PO Box 8495, Tel Aviv, 61085, Israel; Inmaculada
Aleman, PhD, Department of Anthropology, Faculty of
Medicine, University of Granada, Granada, 18012, Spain;
Miguel C. Botella, MD, PhD, Deptartment of
Anthropology, Faculty of Medicine, University of Granada,
Granada, 18012, Spain; and Jehuda Hiss, MD, National
Centre of Forensic Medicine, 67 Ben Zvi, PO Box 8495,
Tel Aviv, 61085, Israel
Index 151
Comparing Human and Porcine Infant
Parietal Histomorphology to Facilitate
Research on Pediatric Cranial Trauma
Evaluation of Bilateral Differences in
Histomorphometry From the Anterior Cortex
of the Femur of Korean Adults
52
Skeletal Remains in a Fluvial Environment:
Microscopic Evidence of Glycoproteinous
Adhesive of Balanus Improvisus on the
Occlusal Surface of Mandibular Teeth
202
Forensic Osteology Research Station
(FOREST): The First Donation
205
Forensic Osteology Research Station
(FOREST): A New Facility for Studies of
Human Decomposition
The Bone Histology of Bear Paws and
Human Hands
243
Bionic Remains: Positive Identifications
From Surgical Implants
134
Stable Strontium and Geolocation: The
Pathway to Identification of Unidentified
Mexican Aliens
Refining the Isotopic Fingerprint in Modern
Mexican Populations: Using Strontium,
Carbon, Nitrogen, and Oxygen to Determine
Region of Origin for Deceased
Undocumented Border Crossers
Studies in Isotopic Variability: Investigating
Human Tooth Enamel
432
Forensic Anthropology and the Current
Politics of the US- Mexico Border
Defining Intimate Partner Violence: New
Case Studies in IPV
401
Dismembered Bodies - Who, How, and When
460
93
295
312
249
6
Kanchan, Tanuj MD*, Kasturba Medical College,
Department of Forensic Medicine, Light House Hill Road,
Mangalore, 575 001, INDIA
Katzmarzyk, Cheryl MA*, Rifat Kešetović, MD, Kerry-Ann
Martin, MSc, Edin Jasaragić, René Huel, BA, Jon
Sterenberg, MSc, and Adnan Rizvić, BSc, International
Commission on Missing Persons, 45A Alipasina, Sarajevo,
71000, BOSNIA-HERZEGOVINA; Mark Skinner, PhD;
Simon Fraser University, Department of Archeology,
Burnaby, BC, V5A 1S6, CANADA; and Thomas Parsons,
PhD, Forensic Sciences International Commission on
Missing Persons, 45A Alipasina, Sarajevo, 71000,
BOSNIA-HERZEGOVINA
Katzmarzyk, Cheryl MA, and Kerry-Ann Martin, MSc,
Forensic Sciences International Commission on Missing
Persons, 45A Alipasina, Sarajevo, 71000, BOSNIAHERZEGOVINA; Senem Skulj, MSc*, 17 VKB 19/11,
Sanski Most, 79260, BOSNIA-HERZEGOVINA; and Laura
Yazedjian, MSc, Dragana Vučetić, MSc, Adnan Rizvić, MA,
and Thomas Parsons, PhD, Forensic Sciences
International Commission on Missing Persons, 45A
Alipasina, Sarajevo, 71000, BOSNIA-HERZEGOVINA
Kay, Joanna Yaffa BA*, 222 South 150th Circle, Omaha,
NE 68154
Kaye, Michelle MA*, University of Alaska, Fairbanks,
Department of Anthropology, 310 Eielson Building, PO
Box 757720, Fairbanks, AK 99775-7720; Elayne J. Pope,
MA, University of Arkansas, Department of Anthropology,
330 Old Main, Fayetteville, AR 72701; Frank Cipriano,
PhD, San Francisco State University, Conservation
Genetics Laboratory, Hensill Hall 745, 1600 Holloway
Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94132; and O’Brian C. Smith,
MD, UT Medical Group, Inc, Regional Forensic Center,
1060 Madison, Memphis, TN 38104
Kemp, Bobbie J. MS*, University of Pittsburgh,
Department of Anthropology, 3302 Wesley W. Posvar Hall,
Pittsburgh, PA 15260; Luis Lorenzo Cabo-Pérez, MS,
Mercyhurst College, Department of Applied Forensic
Sciences, 501 East 38th Street, Erie, PA 16546; John J.
Matia, BS, 901 Jancey Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15206; and
Dennis C. Dirkmaat, PhD, Mercyhurst Archaeological
Institute, Mercyhurst College, Glenwood Hills, Erie, PA
16546
Kemp, Bobbie J. MS, Michael I. Siegel, PhD, Margaret A.
Judd, PhD, and Mark P. Mooney, PhD, University of
Pittsburgh, Department of Anthropology, 3302 Wesley W.
Posvar Hall, Pittsburgh, PA 15260, and Luis L. CaboPérez, MS, Mercyhurst College, Department of Applied
Forensic Sciences, 501 East 38th Street, Erie, PA 16546
Index 152
Sexual Dimorphism of Index to Ring Finger
Ratio in South Indian Children
187
The Lukavac Re-Association Center: A
Model for a Multidisciplinary Approach in
the Examination of Commingled Remains
139
The Use of Population-Specific Standards in
Anthropological Examination and Their
Incorporation Into a Multidisciplinary
Mortuary Database
140
Fracture Patterns in Fleshed and De-Fleshed
Pig Femora Inflicted With Various
Ammunition Types
An Experimental Test of the Accuracy of
Human Forensic Identification Techniques
for Analysis of Burn- Damaged Bone and
Tissue
241
The Effectiveness of Papain in the Processing
of Remains
244
The Effects of Papain and EDTA on Bone in
the Processing of Forensic Remains
150
436
Kendell, Ashley E. BS*, 1253 West 5th Street, Apartment
85, Chico, CA 95928; and Ashley Hutchinson, BA, James
Brill, BA, Eric J. Bartelink, PhD, Turhon A. Murad, PhD,
and P. Willey, PhD, California State University-Chico, 400
West First Street, Department of Anthropology, Butte #311,
Chico, CA 95929-0400
Kennedy, Kenneth A.R. PhD*, Cornell University,
Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, 231
Corson Hall, Ithaca, NY 14853
Kennedy, Kenneth A.R. PhD*, Cornell University,
Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Corson
Hall, Ithaca, NY 14853
Kennedy, Kenneth A.R. PhD*, Department of Ecology and
Evolutionary Biology, Corson Hall, Cornell University,
Ithaca, NY
Kenyhercz, Michael W. BA*, 6327 Catawba Drive,
Canfield, OH 44406; Michael Pietrusewsky, PhD,
University of Hawaii, Department of Anthropology, 2424
Maile Way, Saunders 346, Honolulu, HI 96822; Franklin
E. Damann, MA, NMHM, AFIP, PO Box 59685,
Washington, DC 20012-0685; and Stephen D. Ousley,
PhD, Mercyhurst College, Department of Applied Forensic
Anthropology, 501 East 38th Street, Erie, PA 16546
Kenyhercz, Michael W. MS*, 6327 Catawba Drive,
Canfield, OH 44406
Kešetović, Rifat MD*, Laura Yazedjian, MSc, Dragana
Vučetić, MSc, Emina Kurtalić, Zlatan Šabanović, Cheryl
Katzmarzyk, MA, Adnan Rizvić, BSc, and Thomas Parsons,
PhD, Forensic Sciences International Commission on
Missing Persons, 45A Alipasina, Sarajevo, 71000,
BOSNIA-HERZEGOVINA
Kiley, Sarah A. BA*, University of Indianapolis, 1400 East
Hanna Avenue, Indianapolis, IN 46227; Amy Z. Mundorff,
MA and Thomas Gibson, MD, Office of the Chief Medical
Examiner, 520 1st Avenue, New York, NY 10016
Kiley, Sarah A. BA*, University of Indianapolis, 1400 East
Hanna Avenue, Indianapolis, IN 46227; Nicolette M. Parr,
MS, University of Florida, PO Box 117305, Gainesville,
FL 32611; and Stephen P. Nawrocki, PhD, University of
Indianapolis, 1400 East Hanna Avenue, Indianapolis, IN
46227
Kiley, Sarah A. MS*, University of Indianapolis,
Archeology & Forensics Laboratory, 1400 East Hanna
Avenue, Indianapolis, IN 46227
Index 153
Analysis of Thirty-Three Years of Forensic
Anthropology Casework at California State
University, Chico (1975-2008)
194
Traumatic Modifications of Human Remains
of Victims of Mass Disasters and Long-Term
Abuse
Markers of Mechanical Loading in the
Postcranial Skeleton: Their Relevance to
Personal Identification of Human Remains
Assessment of Muscular-Skeletal Robusticity
in Personal Identification of Human Remains
391
Craniometric Variation Within Southeast
Asia
121
Sex and Ancestry Estimation Using the
Olecranon Fossa
The Podrinje Identification Project: A
Dedicated Mortuary Facility for the Missing
From Srebrenica
28
Diagnosing Degenerative Pathologies in an
Unidentified Skeleton
504
Extensive Rat Modification of a Human
Skeleton From Central Indiana
393
The Taphonomic Effects of Agricultural
Practices on Bone
230
528
553
139
Kim*, Deog-Im Seung-Ho Han, PhD, Dai-Soon Kwak,
PhD, and Je- Hoon Lee, Department of Anatomy, College
of Medicine, The Catholic University of Korea, 505,
Banpo-dong, Seocho-gu, Seoul, 137701, South Korea; YiSuk Kim, MD, Department of Anatomy, Gahon University
of Medicine and Science, 1198 Guwol-dong, Namdong-gu,
Incheon, 405760, South Korea; Dae-Kyoon Park, PhD,
Department of Anatomy, College of Medicine,
Soonchunhyang University, 366-1, Ssangyongdong,
Cheonan-si, Chungcheongnam-do, Seoul, 330946, South
Korea; U-Young Lee, MD, Division of Forensic Medicine,
National Institute of Scientific Investigation, Sinwol 7dong,
Yangcheon-gu, Seoul, 158707, South Korea; and In-Hyuk
Chung, PhD, Department of Anatomy, College of
Medicine, Yonsei University, 134, Sinchon-dong,
Seodaemungu, Seoul, 120752, South Korea
Kim*, Deog-Im U-Young Lee, MD, and Je-Hun Lee,
Department of Anatomy, Catholic Institute for Applied
Anatomy, 505, Banpo-dong, Socho-gu, Seoul, 137701,
South Korea; Dae-Kyoon Park, MD, Department of
Anatomy, College of Medicine, Soonchunhyang University,
646 Eupnae-ri, Shinchang-myun, Cheonan, 330090, South
Korea; and Seung-Ho Han, MD, PhD, Department of
Anatomy, Catholic Institute for Applied Anatomy, College
of Medicine, The Catholic University of Korea, 505,
Banpo-dong, Socho-gu, Seoul, 137701, South Korea
Kim, Deog-Im PhD*, Department of Anatomy, Kwandong
University College of Medicine, 522, Naegok-dong,
Gangneug, 201701, KOREA; Yi-Suk Kim, MD, PhD, Ewha
Womans University, Department of Anatomy, School of
Medicine, 911-1, Mok6-dong, Yangcheon-gu, Seoul,
158710, KOREA; Dae-Kyoon Park, MD, PhD, Department
of Anatomy, College of Medicine, Soonchunhyang
University, 366-1 Sangyong-dong, Cheonan-si, Seoul
330946, KOREA; and U-Young Lee, MD, and Seung- Ho
Han, MD, PhD, Department of Anatomy, College of
Medicine, The Catholic University of Korea, 505, Banpodong, Seocho-gu, Seoul, 137701, KOREA
Kim, Deog-Im PhD*, Department of Anatomy, Kwandong
University, College of Medicine, 522, Naegok-dong,
Gangneug, 201701, KOREA; Dai-Soon Kwak, PhD,
Department of Anatomy, College of Medicine, The Catholic
University of Korea, 505, Banpo-dong, Seocho-gu, Seoul,
137701, KOREA; and Seung-Ho Han, MD, PhD,
Department of Anatomy, Catholic Institute for Applied
Anatomy, College of Medicine, The Catholic University of
Korea, 505, Banpo-dong, Seocho-gu, Seoul, 137701,
KOREA
Index 154
Identification of the Rib Number by Metric
Study in Korean
293
The Morphometric Study of the Hyoid Bone
for Sex Determination of Koreans
450
Sex Determination Using the Calcaneus in
Koreans
117
Classification of Frontal Sinus Patterns in
Koreans by Three-Dimensional
Reconstruction Using Computed
Tomography
267
Kim, Yi-Suk MD*, Department of Anatomy, Gahon
University of Medicine and Science, 1198, Kuwol-dong,
Namdong-gu, Incheon, 405760, South Korea; Dae-Kyoon
Park, PhD, Department of Anatomy, College of Medicine,
Soonchunhyang University, 366-1, Ssangyong-dong,
Cheonan-si, Chungcheongnam-do 330946, South Korea;
and Deog-Im Kim, Je-Hoon Lee, and Seung-Ho Han, PhD,
Department of Anatomy, College of Medicine, The Catholic
University of Korea, 505, Banpo-dong, Seocho-gu, Seoul,
137701, South Korea
Kim, Yi-Suk MD, MS*, Department of Anatomy, Gachon
University of Medicine and Science, Department of
Anatomy, Gachon University of Medicine, 1198, Kuwoldong, Namdong-gu, Incheon, 405760, KOREA; Yong-Woo
Ahn, DDS, PhD, and Gi-Yeong Huh, MD, PhD, Institute of
Forensic Medicine, School of Medicine, Pusan National
University, 1-10, Ami-dong, Seo-gu, Busan, 602739,
KOREA; Dai-Soon Kwak, PhD, Department of Anatomy,
College of Medicine, The Catholic University of Korea,
505, Banpo-dong, Seocho-gu, Seoul, 137701, KOREA;
Dae-Kyoon Park, MD, PhD, Department. of Anatomy,
College of Medicine Soonchunhyang University, 366-1
Ssangyong-dong, Cheonan-si, Seoul, 330946 KOREA; and
U-Young Lee, MD, and Seung-Ho Han, MD, PhD,
Department of Anatomy, Catholic Institute for Applied
Anatomy, College of Medicine, The Catholic University of
Korea, 505, Banpo-dong, Seocho-gu, Seoul, 137701,
KOREA
Kimmerle, Erin H. MA*, Lyle Konigsberg, PhD, and
Richard Jantz, PhD, Department of Anthropology,
University of Tennessee, 250 South Stadium Hall,
Knoxville, TN 37996-0720; Jose Pablo Baraybar, MSc,
Office of Missing Persons and Forensics, Department of
Justice, United Nations Mission in Kosovo, Pristina
Kimmerle, Erin H. PhD*, University of South Florida,
Department of Anthropology, 4202 East Fowler Avenue,
SOC 107, Tampa, FL 33620- 8100; and Jose Pablo
Baraybar, MSc, Peruvian Forensic Anthropology Team
(EPAF), Toribio Pacheco 216 Lima 18 Peru, Lima, 18,
Peru
Kimmerle, Erin H. PhD*, University of South Florida,
Department of Anthropology, 4202 East Fowler, Soc 107,
Tampa, FL 33820; and John O. Obafunwa, MD, JD,
Department of Pathology and Forensic Medicine, Lagos
State University College of Medicine, Ikeja, Lagos,
NIGERIA
Kimmerle, Erin H. PhD*, University of South Florida,
Department of Anthropology, 4202 East Fowler, Soc 107,
Tampa, FL 33820; and Lyle W. Konigsberg, PhD,
University of Illinois, Department of Anthropology, 109
Davenport Hall, 607 South Mathews Avenue, Urbana, IL
61801
Index 155
Assessment of Histomorphological Features
of the Fourth Rib for Age Estimation in
Koreans
345
Microscopic Age Estimation From the
Anterior Cortex of the Femus in Korean
Adults
273
A Bayesian Approach to Calculating Age
Using Pubic Symphyseal Data
474
Blasting Injuries in Human Rights Cases and
Armed Conflicts
338
Mortality Structure and Age Estimation in
Nigerian Populations
129
Assumptions and Bias in Recalibrating Age
Standards Across Populations
15
Kimmerle, Erin H. PhD*, University of South Florida,
Department of Anthropology, 4202 East Fowler, Soc 107,
Tampa, FL 33820; Anthony B. Falsetti, PhD, C.A. Pound
Human Id Laboratory, C/O Cancer/ Genetics Research,
PO Box 103615, Gainesville, FL 32610; and Ann H. Ross,
PhD, North Carolina State University, Sociology and
Anthropology, Campus Box 8107, Raleigh, NC 27695-8107
Kimmerle, Erin H. PhD*, University of South Florida,
Department of Anthropology, 4202 East Fowler, Soc 107,
Tampa, FL 33820; Matthias I. Okoye, MD, JD, The
Nebraska Institute of Forensic Sciences, 5925 Adams
Street, Lincoln, NE 68507; John O. Obafunwa, LLB, 5540
South 72nd Street, Lincoln, NE 68516; Thomas L. Bennett,
MD, Yellowstone Pathology Institute, 2900 12th Avenue,
North, Suite 260W, Billings, MT 59101; and Paul F.
Mellen, MD, East Central Indiana Pathologists, PC & PA
Labs, LLC2401 West University Avenue, Muncie, IN 47303
Kirkland, Scott A. MA*, North Carolina State University,
Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Campus Box
8107, Raleigh, NC 27695; Sarah L. Cunningham, MA,
Binghamton University, Department of Anthropology, PO
Box 6000, Binghamton, NY 13902; Jonathan Cammack,
MS, North Carolina State University, Department of
Entomology, Campus Box 7626, Raleigh, NC 27695; Ann
H. Ross, PhD, North Carolina State University,
Department of Sociology & Anthropology, Campus Box
8107, Raleigh, NC 27695-8107; and D. Wes Watson, PhD,
North Carolina State University, Department of
Entomology, Campus Box 7626, Raleigh, NC 27612
Klales, Alexandra R. BA*, Jennifer M. Vollner, BS*, and
Stephen D. Ousley, PhD, Mercyhurst College, Department
of Anthropology & Applied Forensic Science Program, 501
East 38th Street, Erie, PA 16546
Klales, Alexandra R. MS*, 501 East 38th Street, Erie, PA
16546; and Stephen D. Ousley, PhD, Mercyhurst College,
Department of Applied Forensic, Anthropology, 501 East
38th Street, Erie, PA 16546
Kles, Maranda A. MA*, C.A. Pound Human ID Labortory,
1376 Mowry Road, Room G17, University of Florida,
Gainesville, FL 32610; Bruce A. Goldberger, PhD,
Department of Pathology, University of Florida College of
Medicine, 4800 Southwest 35th Drive, Gainesville, FL
32608; Michele Merves, PhD, University of Florida, Rocky
Point Labs, Toxicology, 4800 Southwest 35th Drive,
Gainesville, FL 32608; and Michael W. Warren, PhD, C.A.
Pound Human ID Laboratory, 1376 Mowry Road, Room
G17, PO Box 113615, Gainesville, FL 32610, and John
Krigbaum, PhD, University of Florida, College of Liberal
Arts and Sciences, Department of Anthropology, 1112
Turlington Hall, Gainsville, FL 32611
Klippel, Walter E. PhD*, and Jennifer A. Synstelien, MA,
University of Tennessee, Department of Anthropology, 250
South Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN 37996
Index 156
A Population Approach to the Problem of the
Missing and Unidentified With Emphasis on
the Status of Migrant and Undocumented
Workers
288
Skeletal Fracture Patterns in Documented
Cases of Torture, Assault, Abuse, and
Accidents
210
No Country for Young Pigs: Identifying the
Use of Captive Bolt Pistols in Non-Natural
Death Occurrences
6
A New Metric Procedure for the Estimation
of Sex and Ancestry From the Human
Innominate
158
The Utility of Cohen’s Kappa for Testing
Observer Error in Discrete Data and
Alternatives
66
Preliminary Studies of the Isolation of Drugs
From Bone and Bone Marrow: A Broadened
Role for the Forensic Anthropologist
85
Rodent Modification of Human Skeletal
Remains: Brown Rat (Rattus norvegicus) vs.
Gray Squirrel (Sciurus carolinensis)
410
Klonowski, Alexandra M. MS*, and Tal Simmons, PhD,
University of Central Lancashire, Maudland Building,
Preston, Lancashire PR1 2HE, United Kingdom
Klonowski, Eva E. PhD*, International Commission on
Missing Persons, Alipasina 45a, Sarajevo, Muhamed
Mujkic, MS, Federation Commission on Tracing Missing
Persons, Sarajevo, and Nermin Sarajlic, PhD, and Piotr
Drukier, MS, International Commission on Missing
Persons, Alipasina 45a, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Klonowski, Eva E. PhD*, Nermin Sarajlic, MD, Piotr
Drukier, MS, and Alexandra M. Klonowski, International
Commission on Missing Persons, Alipasina 45a, Sarajevo,
71000, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Klonowski, Eva E. PhD*, Nermin Sarajlic, PhD, and Piotr
Drukier, MS, International Commission on Missing
Persons, Alipasina 45a, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Klonowski, Eva PhD*, Piotr Drukier, MSc, and Nermin
Sarajlic, MD, MSc, International Commission on Missing
Persons, Alipashina 45a, 71000 Sarajevo, Bosnia and
Herzegovina
Klonowski, Eva-Elvira PhD*, Nermin Sarajlic, PhD, MD,
and Senem Skulj, BSc, International Commission on
Missing Persons, Alipasina 45A, Sarajevo, 71 000, Bosnia
and Herzegovina
Kolatorowicz, Adam BS*, Carlos J. Zambrano, BA, and
Stephen P. Nawrocki, PhD, Archeology and Forensics
Laboratory, University of Indianapolis, 1400 East Hanna
Avenue, Indianapolis, IN 46227
Kolatorowicz, Adam MS*, 4510 Marcy Lane, # 41,
Indianapolis, IN 46205
Kolpan, Kate E. BA*, Eric J. Bartelink, PhD, and Georgia
L. Fox, PhD, Department of Anthropology, California State
University, Chico, 400 West First Street, Chico, CA 959290400
Komar, Debra A. PhD*, Office of the Medical Investigator,
MSC11 6030, 1 University of New Mexico, Albuquerque,
NM 87131
Komar, Debra A. PhD*, Office of the Medical Investigator,
MSC11 6030, 1 University of New Mexico, Albuquerque,
NM 87131-0001
Komar, Debra A. PhD*, Office of the Medical Investigator,
University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM; Tim
Petersen, MA, Department of Anthropology, University of
New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM; Suzzette Sturtevant, BSc,
and Britny Moore, BSc, Office of the Medical Investigator,
University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM
Komar, Debra A. PhD*, Office of the Medical Investigator,
University of New Mexico, MSC11 6030, Albuquerque, NM
Index 157
Long Bone Ratios for the Bosnian Male
Population
342
Reassociation of Skeletal Remains Recovered
From Graves in Bosnia and Herzegovina
541
The Impact of Age Related Changes in
Vertebral Column on Age Determination for
Identification Purposes
454
Exhumations in Bosnia and Herzegovina:
Unique Challenges in the Recovery From
Cavern Sites
Exhumation... and What After? ICMP Model
in Bosnia and Herzegovina
540
New Method of Skeletal Age Estimation
Based on Progressive Morphological
Changes in Vertebral Column
302
Performance of FORDISC 2.0 Using
Inaccurate Measurements
446
Selection of Variables for Discriminant
Analysis of Human Crania for Determining
Ancestry
Coming Unglued: The Use of Acrylic Resin
Adhesives in Forensic Reconstruction
363
A Potential New Morphological Indicator of
Biological Affinity in Human Skeletal
Remains
“The (Almost) Exhumation of Billy the Kid:
Why We Aren’t Digging Him up (and Why
You Shouldn’t Either)”
A Test of the Auricular Surface Ageing
Method Using a Modern Sample: The Effect
of Observer Experience
447
Reassociating Commingled Remains
Separated by Distance and Time: The Tale of
Simon And Steven
513
516
275
405
533
Komar, Debra PhD*, and Sarah Lathrop, PhD, University
of New Mexico, Office of the Medical Investigator, MSC 11
6030, 1 University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM
87131; and Christopher R. Grivas, MS, University of New
Mexico, Department of Anthropology, MSC01-1040,
Albuquerque, NM 87131
Komar, Debra PhD*, Director, Laboratory of Human
Osteology, Maxwell Museum, Department of
Anthropology, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque,
NM
Komar, Debra PhD*, International Criminal Tribunal for
the Former Yugoslavia, Van der Heimstraat 64, The
Hague, NETHERLANDS
Komar, Debra PhD*, United Nations Mission in Timor
Leste, UN House, Dili, EAST TIMOR
Komar, Debra PhD, Office of the Medical Investigator,
MSC11-6030, 1 University of New Mexico, Albuquerque,
NM 87131-0001; and Wendy E. Potter, MS*, Department
of Anthropology, MSC01-1040, 1 University of New
Mexico, Albuquerque, NM 87131-0001
Konigsberg, Lyle W. PhD*, and Richard L. Jantz, PhD,
Department of Anthropology, University of Tennessee, 250
South Stadium Drive, Knoxville, TN
Konigsberg, Lyle W. PhD*, Department of Anthropology,
250 South Stadium Drive, University of Tennessee,
Knoxville, TN 37996-0720
Kontanis, Elias J. BS, BA*, Cornell University,
Department of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, Corson
Hall, Ithaca, NY 14853
Kontanis, Elias J. BS, BA*, Cornell University,
Department of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, Corson
Hall, Ithaca, NY 14853; Krista E. Latham, MS, Temple
University, Department of Anthropology, 1115 West Berks
Street, Philadelphia, PA 19122; Mary K. Ritke, PhD,
University of Indianapolis, Department of Biology, 1400
East Hanna Avenue, Indianapolis, IN 46227
Kontanis, Elias J. BS, BA*, Department of Ecology &
Evolutionary Biology, Cornell University, Corson Hall,
Ithaca, NY
Koon, Alma BS*, 731 Pond Branch Road, Lexington, SC
29073; and Katherine E. Weisensee, PhD*, Clemson
University, Department of Sociology & Anthropology, 132
Brackett Hall, Clemson, SC 29634
Koot, Michael G. BA*, Department of Anthropology,
Michigan State University, Department of Anthropology,
Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI
Kopp, Derinna V. MA*, Jacquel Arismendi, MA, and
Shannon A. Novak, PhD, Department of Anthropology,
University of Utah, 270 South 1400 East, Room 102, Salt
Lake City, UT 84112
Index 158
The Use of Material Culture to Establish the
Ethnic Identity of Victims in Genocide
Investigations: A Validation Study From the
American Southwest
288
The Validity of Using Unique Biological
Features as a Method of Identifying Victims
of War Crimes in the Former Yugoslavia
602
Reconciling the Discrepancy in Victim
Number Between the S-21 Prison and the
Choeung Ek Killing Fields of Cambodia
Ten Years On: Problems Relating to Victim
Identification in Timor Leste
Percentage of Body Recovered and its Effect
on Identification Rates and Cause/Manner of
Death Determination
185
Of Posteriors, Typicality, and Individuality in
Forensic Anthropology
602
Local Standards vs. Informative Priors in
Applied Forensic Anthropology
474
Using Real-Time PCR Quantification of
Nuclear and Mitochondrial DNA to Develop
Degradation Profiles for Various Tissues
Empirical Validation and Application of the
Quality-Control Polymerase Chain Reaction
(qcPCR) Inhibitor Detection System
483
Nuclear DNA Preservation in Soft and
Osseous Tissues
556
Demographic Differences of Homicide
Victims Examined by Forensic
Anthropologists in Comparison to National
Homicide Victim Trends
Radiographic Human Identification Using
Bones of the Hand: A Validation Study
25
Defining Perimortem: Blunt Force Trauma
503
136
321
502
555
Kosalka, Renée C. MA*, Sharna Daley, MSc, and Jon
Sterenberg, MSc, Forensic Sciences International
Commission on Missing Persons, 45A Alipasina, Sarajevo,
71000, BOSNIA-HERZEGOVINA; Rick Harrington, PhD,
PO Box 40191, Tucson, AZ 85717; Hugh Tuller, MA,
JPAC CIL, 310 Worchester Avenue, Hickam AFB, HI;
Cecily Cropper, PhD, Forensic Sciences International
Commission on Mission Persons, 45A Alipasina, Sarajevo,
71000, BOSNIA-HERZEGOVINA; Mark Skinner, PhD,
Simon Fraser University, Department of Archeology,
Burnaby, BC, V5A 1S6, CANADA; and Thomas Parsons,
PhD, Forensic Sciences International Commission on
Missing Persons, 45A Alipasina, Sarajevo, 71000,
BOSNIA-HERZEGOVINA
Kosalka, Renee MA*, Cheryl Katzmarzyk, MA*, Sharna
Daley, MSc, Jon Sterenberg, MSc, Rifat Kešetović, MD,
Laura Yazedjian, MSc, René Huel, BSc, Edin Jasaragić,
Adnan Rizić, BSc, and Thomas Parsons, PhD, Forensic
Sciences International Commission on Missing Persons,
45A Alipasina, Sarajevo, 71000, BOSNIA-HERZEGOVINA
Kranioti, Elena Fotios MD, Mused Nacional de Ciencias
Naturales, Jose Gutierrez Abascal 2, Madrid, 28006,
SPAIN; Anastasia Efstratios Kastanaki, MSc*, State
Mental Health Hospital of Chania, Psychooncology
Centre, 38, I. Skaltsouni Str., El. Giakoumaki Str., and
DaraTso, Chania, Crete, 73100, GREECE; M. Yasar
Iscan, PhD, Istanbul Universitesi, Adli Tip Enstitusu,
Cerrahpasa Kampusu, PK.10, 34303, Istanbul, 34098,
TURKEY; and Manolis N. Michalodimitrakis, MD, JD,
University of Crete, Medical School, Dpt Forensic
Sciences, Heraklion, Crete 71110, GREECE
Kress, Tyler A. PhD*, BEST Engineering, 2312 Craig
Cove Road, Knoxville, TN 37919; David J. Porta, PhD,
Bellarmine University, Department of Biology, 2001
Newburg Road, Louisville, KY 40205; Anne M. Kroman,
MA, University of Tennessee, Department of Anthropology,
Knoxville, TN 37996; and Bryce O. Anderson, PhD, BEST
Engineering, 2312 Craig Cove, Knoxville, TN 37919
Krishan, Kewal PhD*, Panjab University, Department of
Anthropology, Sectoc-14, Chandigarh, 160 014, INDIA;
Tanuj Kanchan, MD, Kasturba Medical College,
Department of Forensic Medicine, Light House Hill Road,
Mangalore, 575 001, INDIA; and Neelam Passi, MSc,
Panjab University, Department of Anthropology, Sector14, Chandigarh, HI 160 014, INDIA
Index 159
The Work of the ICMP in the Detection,
Excavation, Documentation, and Analysis of
Clandestine Graves Relating to the 1995 Fall
of Srebrenica: A Review of Activities and
Challenges Encountered
138
Mapping Forensic Evidence Onto the Stor of
Srebrenica: Augmenting the Historical
Record Through Analysis of Archaeology,
Anthropology, and DNA
142
Sexual Dimorphism of the Humerus in
Contemporary Cretans
270
Bone-Breaking Rules: A Report of Six
Fracture Mechanism-of-Injury Axioms
Developed From Experimental Impact
Testing
353
Estimation of Stature From Foot and its
Segments in a Sub-Adult Population of North
India
18
Kroman, A.M. BA*, Department of Anthropology,
University of Tennessee, Knoxville, 252 South Stadium
Hall, Knoxville, TN; Steven A. Symes, PhD, O’Brian C.
Smith, MD, and Jennifer C. Love, PhD, Department of
Forensic Pathology, University of Tennessee, Memphis,
1060 Madison Avenue, Memphis, TN; Harry H. Mincer,
DDS, PhD, Division of Oral Pathology, Dunn Dental
Building, Memphis, TN; and J.W. Lemmon, BS,
Department of Forensic Pathology, University of
Tennessee, Memphis, 1060 Madison Avenue, Memphis, TN
Kroman, Anne M. MA*, University of Tennessee, 250
South Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN 37996; Tyler Kress,
PhD, University of Tennessee, 250 South Stadium Hall,
Knoxville, TN 37996; Steven A. Symes, PhD, Mercyhurst
Archaeological Institute, 501 East 38th Street, Erie, PA
16546
Kroman, Anne M. MA*, University of Tennessee,
Department of Anthropology, 250 South Stadium Hall,
Knoxville, TN 37996
Kroman, Anne M. MA*, University of Tennessee,
Department of Anthropology, 250 South Stadium Hall,
Knoxville, TN 37996; Tyler A. Kress, PhD, BEST
Engineering, 2312 Craig Cove Road, Knoxville, TN 37919;
and David J. Porta, PhD, Bellarmine University,
Department of Biology, 2001 Newburg Road, Louisville,
KY 40205
Kroman, Anne M. PhD*, and Gregory A. Thomspon, DO,
Lincoln Memorial University, De-Busk College of
Osteopathic Medicine, 6965 Cumberland Gap Parkway,
Harrogate, TN 37752
Kroman, Anne PhD*, Lincolm Memorial UniversityDeBusk College of Osteopathic Medicine, 6965
Cumberland Gap Parkway, Harrogate, TN
Kutyla, Alicja K. BS*, Middle Tennessee State University,
Department of Biology, Box 60, Murfreesboro, TN 37132;
and Hugh E. Berryman, PhD, Middle Tennesee State
University, Department of Sociology and Anthropology,
Box 10, Murfreesboro, TN 37132
Kutyla, Alicja K. MS*, Department of Anthropology,
University of Tennessee, 250 South Stadium Hall,
Knoxville, TN 37996-0720; and Hugh E. Berryman, PhD,
Department Sociology & Anthropology, Middle Tennessee
State University, Box 89, Murfreesboro, TN 37132
Kutyla, Alicja K. MS*, University of Tennessee,
Department of Anthropology, 250 South Stadium Hall,
Knoxville, TN 37996; Rebecca J. Wilson, MA, 3108
Rennoc Road, Knoxville, TN 37918; and Hugh E.
Berryman, PhD, Department Sociology & Anthropology,
Middle Tennessee State University, Box 89, Murfreesboro,
TN 37132
Index 160
The Hidden Truth: Mandibular Condyle
Fractures in Child Abuse
611
Mandible and Cranial Base Fractures in
Adults: Experimental Testing
417
Experimental Study of Fracture Propagation
in the Human Skull: A Re-Testing of Popular
Theories
Propeller Impacts: Injury Mechanics and
Bone Trauma
512
Cranial Suture Closure as a Reflection of
Somatic Dysfunction: Lessons From
Osteopathic Medicine Applied to Physical
Anthropology
Rethinking Bone Trauma: A New
Biomechanical Continuum Based Approach
173
Detection of Gunshot Residue (GSR) on
Bone: Potential for Bullet Direction and
Range Estimation
277
Strontium Particles: Confirmation of Primer
Derived Gunshot Residue on Bone in an
Experimental Setting
32
Common Household Rope and an Outdoor
Hanging: An Investigation Sparked by a
Skeletal Case Exhibiting Cervical Vertebra
Entrapment
71
307
81
Kutyla, Alicja K. MS*, University of Tennessee, Knoxville,
Department of Anthropology, 250 South Stadium Hall,
Knoxville, TN 37996; and Hugh E. Berryman, PhD,
Department Sociology & Anthropology, Middle Tennessee
State University, Box 89, Murfreesboro, TN 37132
L’Abbe, Ericka N PhD*, Marius Loots, BSc, and Natalie
Keough, BSc, University of Pretoria, Faculty of Health
Sciences, Department of Anatomy, PO Box 2034, Pretoria,
0001, South Africa
Lagden, Abigail C. BSc*, and Tal Simmons, PhD,
Department of Forensic and, Investigative Sciences,
University of Central Lancashire, Preston, Lancashire PR1
2HE, UNITED KINGDOM
Lahren, Craig H. MA*, North Dakota Department of
Health, Office of the Medical Examiner, PO Box 937,
Bismarck, ND 58502; and Thomas E. Bodkin, MA,
Hamilton County Medical Examiner’s Office, 3202
Amnicola Highway, Chattanooga, TN 37406
Lang, Joy E. BSc, BA*, and Tosha L. Dupras, PhD,
Department of Sociology and Anthropology, University of
Central Florida, Orlando, FL
Langley, Natalie R. MA* and Richard Jantz, PhD,
Department of Anthropology, University of Tennessee,
Knoxville, 250 South Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN 37996
Langley, Natalie R. MA*, 357 South Curson Avenue, Los
Angeles, CA
Lanning, Bradley I. MA*, Jolen Anya Minetz, MA, and
Jennie J.H. Jin, PhD, JPAC-CIL, 310 Worchester Avenue
Building 45, Hickam AFB, HI 96835
Latham, Krista E. BS*, Carlos J. Zambrano, BA, and Mary
Ritke, PhD, Department of Biology, University of
Indianapolis, 1400 East Hanna Avenue, Indianapolis, IN
Latham, Krista E. BS*, Department of Biology, University
of Indianapolis, 1400 East Hanna Ave, Indianapolis, IN
Latham, Krista E. MS*, Temple University, Department of
Anthropology, 1115 West Berks Street, Gladfelter Hall,
2nd Floor, Philadelphia, PA 19122; and Luis M. CaboPerez, MS, Jeremy J. Beach, MS, and Dennis C Dirkmaat,
PhD, Mercyhurst College, Department of Applied Forensic
Sciences, 501 East 38th Street, Erie, PA 16546
Latham, Krista E. MS*, Temple University, Department of
Anthropology, 1115 West Berks Street, Philadelphia, PA
19122; Jennifer L. Harms, BS, Carlos J. Zambrano, BA,
Mary K. Ritke, PhD, and Stephen P. Nawrocki, PhD,
University of Indianapolis, Department of Biology, 1400
East Hanna Avenue, Indianapolis, IN 46227
Ledford, Jennifer A. BS*, Barrett Gobelet, BS*, and Hugh
E. Berryman, PhD, Department Sociology &
Anthropology, Middle Tennessee State University, Box 89,
Murfreesboro, TN 37132
Index 161
The Sacral Auricular Surface: A New
Approach to Aging the Human Skeleton
173
Matjes River Rockshelter: A Case of
Commingled Remains
316
Decomposition Scoring as a Method for
Estimating the Postmortem Submersion
Interval of Human Remains Recovered From
United Kingdom Rivers - A Comparative
Study
Society of Forensic Anthropologists (SOFA):
An Introduction
242
Dissolving Dentition: The Effects of
Corrosive and Caustic Agents on Teeth
543
Sex Determination of Infants and Juveniles
From the Clavicle
468
Determining Direction of Fire: An
Anthropological Analysis of Gunshot
Wounds to the Chest
Evaluating the Performance of Population
Estimation Methods in Commingled Skeletal
Assemblages
The Effect of Heat Associated With
Maceration on DNA Preservation in Skeletal
Remains
Using Amplification of Bacteriophage
Lambda DNA to Detect PCR Inhibitors in
Skeletal DNA
Sources of Error in Genetic and Osteological
Sex Determination: Lessons from Physical
Anthropology
586
The Ability to Amplify Skeletal DNA After
Heat Exposure Due to Maceration
481
Cervical Vertebrae Entrapment in the Noose
as Evidence of Cause of Death by Hanging in
Skeletal Cases: Three Remarkable Finds
166
462
22
545
556
310
Lee, U-Young MD*, Catholic Institute for Applied
Anatomy, Department of Anatomy, College of Medicine,
The Catholic University of Korea, 505, Banpo-dong,
Socho-gu, Seoul, 137701, KOREA; In-Heok Chung, MD,
PhD, Department of Anatomy, Yonsei University College of
Medicine, Department of Anatomy, Yonsei University
College of Medicine, 134 Sinchon-dong, Seodaemoon-gu,
Seoul, 120752, KOREA; Dae-Kyoon Park, MD, PhD,
Deptartment of Anatomy, Colleege of Medicine,
Soonchunhyang Univ, Soonchunhyang University, 366-1
Ssangyong-dong, Cheonan-si, Seoul 330946 KOREA; YiSuk Kim, MD, MS, Department of Anatomy, Gachon
University of Medicine, 1198 Kuwol-dong, Namdong-gu,
Incheon, 405760, KOREA; Deog-Im Kim, PhD,
Department of Anatomy, Kwandong University College of
Medicine, 522, Naegok-dong, Gangneug, 201701, KOREA;
Je-Hoon Lee, MSc, Department of Anatomy, Catholic
Institute for Applied Anatomy, Department of Anatomy,
College of Medicine, The Catholic University of Korea,,
505 Banpo-dong, Socho-gu, Seoul, 137701, KOREA; and
Seung-Ho Han, MD, PhD, Department of Anatomy,
Catholic Institute for Applied Anatomy, College of
Medicine, The Catholic University of Korea, 505, Banpodong, Seocho-gu, Seoul, 137701, KOREA
Lee, U-Young MD*, Department of Anatomy, College of
Medicine, The Catholic University of Korea, 505, Banpodong, Socho-gu, Seoul, 137701, KOREA; Dae-Kyoon Park,
MD, PhD, Soonchunhyang University, College of
Medicine, Department of Anatomy, 366-1 Ssangyong-dong,
Cheonan-si, Seoul 330946 KOREA; Yi-Suk Kim, MD, PhD,
Ewha Womans University, Department of Anatomy, School
of Medicine, 911-1, Mok6-dong, Yangcheon-gu, Seoul,
158710, KOREA; Sang-Seob Lee, DDS, National Institute
of Scientific Investigation, Shinwol-7-dong, Yancheon-gu,
Seoul, 158707, KOREA; Yong-Woo Ahn, DDS, PhD,
Institute of Forensic Medicine, School of Medicine, Pusan
National University, 1-10, Ami-dong, Seo-gu, Busan,
602739, KOREA; Nak-Eun Jung, PhD, National Institute
of Scientific Investigation, Shinwol-7-dong, Yancheon-gu,
Seoul, 158707, KOREA; and Seung-Ho Han, MD, PhD,
Department of Anatomy, Catholic Institute for Applied
Anatomy, College of Medicine, The Catholic University of
Korea, 505, Banpo-dong, Seocho-gu, Seoul, 137701,
KOREA
Index 162
Sex Determination of Talus in Korean Using
Discrimination Function Analysis
269
Forensic Anthropological Consideration of
Quantification Techniques of Individuals
From Excavated Human Remains in Case of
Burial Place at Daehak-Ro, Korea
93
Lee, U-Young MD*, Department of Anatomy, College of
Medicine, The Catholic University of Korea, 505, Banpodong, Socho-gu, Seoul, 137701, KOREA; In-Hyuk Chung,
PhD, Department of Anatomy, Yonsei University College of
Medicine, 134 Sinchon-dong, Seodaemoon-gu, Seoul,
120752, KOREA; Dae-Kyoon Park, PhD, Department of
Anatomy, College of Medicine, Soonchunhyang University,
366-1 Sangyong-dong, Cheonan-si, Seoul, 330946,
KOREA; Yi-Suk Kim, PhD, Department of Anatomy,
Gachon University of Medicine & Science, 1198 Kuwoldong, Namdong-gu, Incheon, 405760, KOREA; Sang-Seob
Lee, MSD, National Institute of Scientific Investigation,
Shinwol-7-dong, Yancheon-gu, Seoul, 158707, KOREA;
Yong-Woo Ahn, PhD, Institute of Forensic Medicine,
School of Medicine, Pusan National University, 1- 10, Amidong, Seo-gu, Busan, 602739, KOREA; Deog-Im Kim,
PhD, Department of Anatomy, Kwandong University
College of Medicine, 522, Naegok-dong, Gangneug,
201701, KOREA; and Je-Hoon Lee, MSc, and Seung-Ho
Han, PhD, The Catholic University of Korea, Department
of Anatomy, College of Medicine, 505, Banpo-dong,
Seocho-gu, Seoul, 137701, KOREA
Leher, Tamara L. BA* and Turhon A. Murad, PhD,
California State University, Chico, Department of
Anthropology, Chico, CA 95929-400
Leher, Tamara L. BA*, Department of Anthropology,
California State University-Chico, P.O. Box 4036, Chico,
CA
Leigh Moreton*, Reuben Edwin Bournemouth University,
33 Corsair Drive, Dibden, Southampton, Hampshire SO45
5UF, UNITED KINGDOM; and Piotr D. Drukier, MSc*,
Bournemouth University, C134 Christchurch House,
Talbot Campus, Fern Barrow, Poole, 0 BH12 5BB,
UNITED KINGDOM
Leney, Mark D. PhD* and Bradley J. Adams, PhD, U.S.
Army Central Identification Laboratory, HI, 310
Worchester Avenue, Hickam AFB, HI 96853
Leney, Mark D. PhD*, Central Identification Laboratory,
Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command, 310 Worchester
Avenue, Hickam AFB, HI 96853
Leney, Mark PhD*, U.S. Army CILHI, 310 Worchester
Avenue Hickam Air Force Base, Honolulu, HI
Listi, Ginesse A. MA*, Louisiana State University,
Department of Geography and Anthropology, Baton
Rouge, LA 70803; H. Beth Bassett, MA, Louisiana State
University, Department of Geography and Anthropology,
Baton Rouge, LA 70803
Listi, Ginesse A. MA*, Mary H. Manhein, MA, and Michael
Leitner, PhD, Department of Geography and
Anthropology, Louisiana State University, 227 HoweRussell, Baton Rouge, LA
Index 163
Determination of Sex Using Metric Data of
Greater Sciatic Notch in Koreans
159
Home is Where the Bones Are: Rat Nesting
Behavior as a Tool in Forensic Investigations
481
An Examination of the Petrographic
Technique in the Analysis of Cementum
Increments for the Determination of Age and
Seasonality in Human Teeth
A Curve Where No Hand Has Touched Vertebral Ageing Method in Females
533
The Use of Non-Unique Dental Characters
and Non-Unique DNA Types to Estimate
Probability of Identity
Is This Bone Human or What? In Pursuit of
Human vs. Non Human Determinations in
Small Osseous Fragments
Factors That Affect mtDNA Recoverability
From Osseous Remains
Test of an Alternative Method for
Determining Sex in the Hip: Applications for
Modern Americans
512
The “Next Utility” in Field Recovery of
Scattered Human Remains
563
259
408
600
449
Listi, Ginesse A. PhD*, and Mary H. Manhein, MA,
Louisiana State University, Department of Geography &
Anthropology, Baton Rouge, LA 70803
Listi, Ginesse A. PhD*, Louisiana State University, 1723
Lombard Drive, Baton Rouge, LA 70810
Littman, Mallory S. BS*, and Peter J. Colleran, BS, Boston
University School of Medicine, 715 Albany Street, Boston,
MA 02118; and Tara L. Moore, PhD, Boston University
School of Medicine, 700 Albany Street, Boston, MA 02118;
and Billie L. Seet, MA, Office of the Chief Medical
Examiner, 720 Albany Street, Boston, MA 02118
Lobo, Stany W. MSc*, Department of Anatomy, Melaka
Manipal Medical College, Manipal, Karnataka 576104,
INDIA
Loichinger, Jaime L. BA*, and Cynthia A. Wilczak, PhD,
University of Maryland, College Park-Dept. of
Anthropology, 1111 Woods Hall, College Park, MD 20742
London, Marilyn R. MA, and Dawn M. Mulhern, PhD,
Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC; Lenore T.
Barbian, PhD, and Paul S. Sledzik, MS, National Museum
of Health and Medicine, Armed Forced Institute of
Pathology, Washington, DC; Dennis C. Dirkmaat, PhD,
Mercyhurst College, Erie, PA; Laura Fulginiti, PhD,
Medical Examiner’s Office, Phoenix, AZ; Joseph T.
Hefner, BS, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL; and
Norman J. Sauer, PhD, Michigan State University, East
Lansing, MI
Loucks, Emily J. BA*, University of Tennessee, 250 South
Stadium Hall, Department of Anthropology, Knoxville, TN
37996; and Brannon I. Jones, MA, University of
Tennessee, 250 South Stadium Hall, Department of
Anthropology, Knoxville, TN 37996
Love, Jennifer C. PhD*, and Steven A. Symes, PhD,
University of Tennessee, Memphis, Regional Forensic
Center, Memphis, Memphis, TN; and Chantal Ferraro,
PhD, Long Island University, Long Island University,
Brookville, NY
Love, Jennifer C. PhD*, Jason M. Wiersema, PhD, and
Sharon M. Derrick, PhD, Harris County Medical
Examiner’s Office, 1885 Old Spanish Trail, Houston, TX
77054; and Heather Backo, MA, Department of
Anthropology, Tulane University, 1326 Audubon Street,
New Orleans, LA 70118
Love, Jennifer C. PhD*, Regional Forensic Center, 1060
Madison Avenue, Memphis, TN
Love, Jennifer C. PhD*, Regional Forensic Center, 1060
Madison Avenue, Memphis, TN 38104; Gina Hart, MA,
Regional Medical Examiner’s Office, 325 Norfolk Street,
Newark, NJ 07103; and Brian Spatola, MA, 125 5th Street,
NE, Washington, DC 20002
Index 164
The Use of Vertebral Osteoarthritis and
Osteophytosis in Age Estimation
13
The Impact of Racial Metric Variation in the
Pelvis on the Morphological Assessment of
Sex
A Study of the Differences Between Fresh
Water and Salt Water Decomposition:
Establishing Time Since Death or Time Since
Submergence
189
Cephalic Index of Gurung Community of
Nepal: An Anthropometric Study
155
Population Variation in the Sacrum
362
Roles of the Biological Anthropologist in the
Response to the Crash of United Airlines
Flight 93
571
The Relationship Between Bone Weight and
Age at Death
296
Understanding Rib Fracture Patterns
549
Objective Interpretation of the Striation
Pattern Observed in Experimentally Cut
Costal Cartilage
83
Evaluation of Odor as a Time-Since-Death
Indicator
Evaluation of the Sternal Rib End Age
Estimation Technique Using a Modern
Medical Examiner Sample
599
88
451
Loyd, Kathleen M. MA*, Joint POW-MIA Accounting
Command Central Identification Laboratory, 310
Worchester Avenue, Building 45, Hickam AFB, HI 96853
Luney Parr, Nicolette Maria BA, MS*, 1305 NE 6th
Terrace, Gainesville, FL 32601-3732; Carlos J. Zambrano,
MS, 5231 NW 56th Court, Gainesville, FL 32653; and
Laurel Freas, MA, 3425 SW 2nd Avenue, #246,
Gainesville, FL 32607
Lynn, Kalan S. BSc*, Mercyhurst College, 501 East 38th
Street, Erie, PA 16546; and Stephen D. Ousley, PhD,
Mercyhurst College, Department of Applied Forensic,
Anthropology, 501 East 38th Street, Erie, PA 16546
MacGregor, Donna M. MSc*, Queensland Police Service,
Scientific Section, 200 Roma Street, Brisbane, 4001,
AUSTRALIA
MacGregor, Donna M. MSc*, Queensland Police Service,
Scientific Section, 200 Roma Street, Brisbane, 4001,
AUSTRALIA
Magnanti, Brooke L. PhD, Newcastle University, Sir James
Spence Institute, Royal Victoria Infirmary, Newcastleupon-Tyne, Tyne and Wear NE1 4LP, UNITED
KINGDOM; and Anna Williams, PhD*, Cranfield
University, Defence Academy of the United Kingdom,
Shrivenham, Wiltshire SN6 8LA, UNITED KINGDOM
Mahfouz, Mohamed PhD, Ahmed M. Badawi, PhD,
Brandon C. Merkl, MS, Emam ElHak Ali Abd ElFatah, MS,
Emily Pritchard, BS, and Katherine R. Kesler, BS,
Department of Mechanical, Aerospace and Biomedical
Engineering, 301 Perkins Hall, University of Tennessee,
Knoxville, TN 37996; and Megan K. Moore, MS*, Richard
L. Jantz, PhD, and Lee Meadows Jantz, PhD, Department
of Anthropology, 250 South Stadium Hall, University of
Tennessee, Knoxville, TN 37996
Mallett, Xanth PhD*, University of Dundee, Centre for
Anatomy & Human Identification, Dow Street, Dundee, UK
DD1 5EH, SCOTLAND
Malone, Christina A. BHS, BA*, Michigan State
University, Forensic Anthropology Lab, A-439 East Fee
Hall, East Lansing, MI 48824
Malone, Christina A. BHS, BA*, Michigan State
University, Forensic Anthropology Laboratory, A-439 E.
Fee Hall, East Lansing, MI 48823
Manhein, Mary H. MA*, and Ginesse A. Listi, MA,
Louisiana State University, Department of Geography and
Anthropology, Baton Rouge, LA 70803
Manhein, Mary H. MA*, and Helen B. Mathews, MA,
Louisiana State University, Department of Geography and
Anthropology, 227 Howe- Russell Building, Baton Rouge,
LA 70803
Manhein, Mary H. MA*, Ginesse Listi, MA, and Michael
Leitner, PhD, Department of Geography and
Anthropology, Louisiana State University, 227 HoweRussell, Baton Rouge, LA
Index 165
The Central Identification Unit (CIU) During
the Korean War
7
Metric Sex Determination From the Mandible
272
Stature Estimation: Are There Any
Advantages to Using Principal Component
Analysis?
94
Ground Penetrating Radar: A New Tool in
Crime Scene Examination?
153
Unusual Skeletal Variations Observed in an
Adult Aboriginal Male: Case Study from
Brisbane, Australia
Decomposition and Postmortem Interval: A
Critical Analysis of British Medico-legal
Investigation and Trends in South Yorkshire,
1995-2002
198
Patella Sex Determination by 3D Statistical
Shape Models and Nonlinear Classifiers
341
Hand Comparison: The Potential for Accurate
Identification/Recognition in Cases of
Serious Sexual Assault
A Radiographic Assessment of Pediatric
Fracture Healing and Time Since Injury
133
Deconstructing or Perpetuating Race: The
Status of Race in Forensic Anthropology
274
Fifty Years of Questions: The Re-Evaluation
of a Korean War Soldier Buried in the United
States
Establishing a Central Database for the
Missing and Unidentified of Louisiana
457
The Landscape’s Role in Dumped and
Scattered Remains
548
233
211
289
Marden, Kerriann MA*, 3800 New Hampshire Avenue,
Northwest, Apartment #509, Washington, DC 20011; and
Marcella H. Sorg, PhD, University of Maine, Margaret
Chase Smith Policy Center, 5784 York Complex, Building
#4, Orono, ME 04469
Marden, Kerriann MA*, and John W. Verano, PhD, Tulane
University, Department of Anthropology, 1021 Audubon
Street, New Orleans, LA 70118
Marden, Kerriann MA*, Dept of Anthropology, Tulane
University, 1326 Audubon Street, New Orleans, LA 70118
Marden, Kerriann MA, ABD*, and John W. Verano, PhD,
Tulane University, Department of Anthropology, 1021
Audubon Street, New Orleans, LA 70118
Marks, Murray K. PhD*, and Kathryn H. Haden, MD,
Department of Pathology, The University of Tennessee
Medical Center, 250 South Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN
Marks, Murray K. PhD*, The University of Tennessee,
Knoxville, TN
Marks, Murray K. PhD*, University of Tennessee, 250
South Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN 37996; Mariateresa A.
Tersigni, PhD, Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command
Central Identification Laboratory, 310 Worchester Avenue,
Building 45, Hickam AFB, HI 96853; and Darinka
Mileusnic, MD, PhD, Knox County Medical Examiner’s
Office, 1924 Alcoa Highway, U-71, Knoxville, TN 37920
Marks, Murray K. PhD*, University of Tennessee,
Department of Anthropology, 252 South Stadium Hall,
Knoxville, TN 37996; Diana K. Moyers, MA, Visiting
Scientist, CFSRU, FBI Laboratory, FBI Academy, Building
12, Quantico, VA 22135; Peter H. Tu, PhD, GE Global
Research, Imaging Technologies, 1 Research Circle,
Niskayuna, NY 12309; and Philip N. Williams, BS, FBI
Laboratory, CFSRU, Building 12, Quantico, VA 22135
Martille, Laurent MD*, Service de Medecine Legale Chu
de Montpellier, CHU Lapeyronie, 191 Avenue du Doyen
Gaston Giraud, Montpellier, 34295, France; Douglas H.
Ubelaker, PhD, Department of Anthropology, NMNH,
Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC 20560-0112; and
Fabienne Seguret, MD, and Eric Baccino, MD, Service de
Médecine Légale, CHU Lapeyronie, 191 Avenue du Doyen
Gaston Giraud, Montpellier, 34295, France
Martin, Michael BS*, 4000 Central Florida Boulevard,
Phillips Hall, Room 309, Orlando, FL 32816; and John J.
Schultz, PhD, University of Central Florida, Department of
Anthropology, PO Box 25000, Orlando, FL 32816
Martrille*, Laurnet and Tarek Mbghirbi, Service de
médecine légale, CHU Lapeyronie, 191 av, Montpellier,
France; Alain Zerilli, DDS, Faculté d’odontologie, CHU
Brest, cedex , France, Brest, France; F. Seguret,
Département d’information médicale, CHU Montpellier,
France; and Eric Baccino, MD, Service de médecine
légale, CHU Lapeyronie, 191 av, Montpellier, France,
Index 166
Potential Impact of Regional Ecologies on the
Estimation of Postmortem Interval: Case
Comparisons From Northern New England
62
Closed Case Files: Sequelae of a Case of
Complex Postmortem Mutilation
445
Beating a Dead Pig to Death: An Actualistic
Test of Archaeological Assumptions
Anatomy of a Cauldron: Sociocultural
Contributions to Understanding a Forensic
Case
Child Abuse Case: Multiple Forensic Issues
245
The University of Tennessee/ FBI Human
Remains Recovery School
Antemortem vs. Perimortem Infant Rib
Fracture: The Histological Evidence
557
Advances in Computer Graphic Facial
Recognition Software: Matching Facial
Approximations to Antemortem Photographs
255
A Test of Four Macroscopic Methods for Age
Estimation of Human Skeletal Remains
(Lamendin, Lovejoy Auricular Surface, Iscan,
Suchey-Brooks)
451
Detecting Various Burial Scenarios in a
Controlled Setting Using Ground- Penetrating
Radar
65
A Strategy for Age Determination Combining
a Dental Method (Lamendin) and an
Anthropological Method (Iscan)
538
423
611
394
Martrille, Laurent MD*, Service de Médecine Légale,
CHU Lapeyronie, 191 Avenue du Doyen Gaston Giraud,
Montpellier cedex 5, 34295, France; Cristina Cattaneo,
MD, PhD, Istituto di Medicina Legale, Università Degli
Studi, Via Mangiagali 37, Milano, 30133, Italy; Steven A.
Symes, PhD, Mercyhurst Archaeological Institute, 119
Zurn Hall, Erie, PA 16546; and Eric Baccino, MD, Service
Médecine Légale, CHU Lapeyronie, Montpellier, 34295,
France
Martrille, Laurent MD*, Service de Medecine Legale, Chu
Lapeyronie, 191 Avenue du doyen Gaston Giraud,
Montpellier, 34295, France; Cristina Cattaneo, MD, PhD,
Istituto di Medicina Legale, Università degli Studi di
Milano, via Mangiagali 37, Milano, 20133, Italy; Yves
Schuliar, MD, IRCGN, 1 Boulevard Théophile Sueur,
Rosny Sous Bois, 93111, France; and Eric Baccino, MD,
Service de Medecine Legale, Chu Lapeyronie, 191 Avenue
du doyen Gaston Giraud, Montpellier, 34295, France
Massucci, Charles J. MA*, Tampa Police Department, 411
North Franklin Avenue, Tampa, FL 33602; and Erin H.
Kimmerle, PhD, University of South Florida, Department
of Anthropology, 4202 East Fowler, Soc 107, Tampa, FL
33820
May, Shannon E. BA*, and Richard Jantz, PhD,
Department of Anthropology, University of Tennessee, 250
S Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN 37996-0720
May, Shannon E. MA*, 250 South Stadium Hall,
Department of Anthropology, University of Tennessee,
Knoxville, TN 37966
May, Shannon E. MA*, 250 South Stadium Hall,
Department of Anthropology, University of Tennessee,
Knoxville, TN 37966
McCarthy, Donna M. MA*, and Richard L. Jantz, PhD,
University of Tennessee, Department of Anthropology, 250
South Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN 37996-0720
McCormick, Kyle BA*, Kate E. Kolpan, BA, Karen Smith
Gardner, BA, Eric J. Bartelink, PhD, Beth Shook, PhD,
and Turhon A. Murad, PhD, California State University,
Department of Anthropology, 400 West First Street, Butte
#311, Chico, CA 95929-0400
McCullough, John M. PhD*, University of Utah, 270 South
1400 East, Salt Lake City, UT 84112-0060
McDermott, Christopher M. MA*, U.S. Army Central
Identification Laboratory, 310 Worchester Avenue,
Building 45, Hickam AFB, HI 96853
McDowell, Jennifer L. BSc, University of Pretoria,
Department of Anatomy, Basic Medical Sciences Building,
PO Box 2034, Pretoria, 0001, SOUTH AFRICA; Ericka N.
L’Abbe, PhD*, University of Pretoria, PO Box 5023,
Pretoria, 0001, SOUTH AFRICA; and Michael W.
Kenyhercz, MS, 6327 Catawba Drive, Canfield, OH 44406
Index 167
Bones in Aid of Forensic Pathology: Trauma
Isn’t Only Skin Deep
307
Anthropological Aspect of Mass Disasters
391
Forensic Interviews: Corroborating Evidence
and Collecting Data for Anthropological
Field Work
39
The Effects of Body Mass Index on
Cremation Weight
236
A SEM-EDS Trace Elemental Analysis of
Sharp Force Trauma on Bone
68
Bilateral Asymmetry in Historic Versus
Modern Skeletal Remains: Activity and
Identification
Anatomical Stature Estimation: Why Not
Fully Accurate?
189
An Assessment of Biological Ancestry in an
Unmarked Cemetery From Nevada: An
Integrated Approach
216
Race — A New Synthesis for a New Century
490
U.S. Army Identification Laboratories for
WWII and Korea and the History of Forensic
Anthropology
Morphometric Evaluation of Nasal
Characteristics in 20th Century White and
Black South Africans
518
433
46
McGowan, Regina L. BA*, 3841 Branson Road, Victoria,
BC V9C 4A7, CANADA
McKeown, Ashley H. PhD*, Department of Anthropology,
University of Montana, Missoula, MT 59812; and Daniel J.
Wescott, PhD, Department of Anthropology, University of
Missouri, Columbia, MO 65211
McKeown, Ashley H. PhD*, University of Montana,
Department of Anthropology, 32 Campus Drive, Missoula,
MT 59812; Walter L. Kemp, MD, Department Of Justice,
State of Montana, Forensic Science Division, 2679 Palmer,
Missoula, MT 59808-6010; and Beatrix Dudzik, MA, and
Hillary R. Parsons, MA, University of Tennessee,
Department of Anthropology, 250 South Stadium Hall,
Knoxville, TN 37996
McKeown, Ashley H. PhD*, University of Montana,
Department of Anthropology, Missoula, MT 59812; and
Daniel J. Wescott, PhD, Florida International University,
Department of Biological Sciences, 11200 Southwest 8th
Street, Miami, FL 333199
McManus, Sarah E. BA*, 2019 Stonybrook Road,
Louisville, TN 37777
McNulty, Shauna MA*, University of Tennessee, 250 South
Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN 37996
Meehan, Audrey L. BGS*, 91-1074 Anaunau Street, Ewa
Beach, HI 96706; and Robert W. Mann, PhD, Joint
POW/MIA Acct Command, Identification Laboratory, 310
Worchester Avenue, Hickam AFB, HI 96853-5000
Meehan, Audrey L. BGS*, and Robert W. Mann, PhD,
Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command/Central
Identification Laboratory, 310 Worchester Avenue, Hickam
AFB, HI 96853
Meehan, Audrey L. BGS*, Joint POW/MIA Accounting
Command/ Central Identification Laboratory, 310
Worchester Avenue, Building 45, Hickam AFB, HI 96853
Megyesi, Mary S. BA*, University of Indianapolis, East
Lansing, MI
Megyesi, Mary S. MS*, Department of Anthropology, 354
Baker Hall, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI
48824; and Norman Sauer, PhD, Department of
Anthropology, 354 Baker Hall, Michigan State University,
East Lansing, MI 48895
Megyesi, Mary S. PhD*, JPAC-CIL, 310 Worchester
Avenue, Building 45, Hickam AFB, HI 96853; Lindsey L.
Jenny, MA, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI
48823; Cate Bird, MA, 2740 Senate Drive, #3E, Lansing,
MI 48912; Amy Michael, MA, 528 West Lapeer Street,
Lansing, MI 48933; and Angela Soler, MA, and Jane
Wankmiller, MA, Michigan State University, Department of
Anthropology, 354 Baker Hall, East Lansing, MI 48824
Index 168
Determination of Low Velocity Bullet
Trajectory in Long Bones: An Experimental
Investigation
Morphological Variation in the Cranial Base:
Implications for Sex and Ancestry Estimation
277
Scavenging and Its Relationship to
Decomposition in the Northern Rockies
61
Sex and Ancestry Estimation From
Landmarks of the Cranial Base
101
Ancestry Estimation Using the Femur: A
Pilot Study
Pattern and Distribution of Fractures in the
William M. Bass and Hamann-Todd
Osteological Collections
Skull/ Photo Superimposition Validation
Study
155
Skull and Photo Superimposition Technique
Used to Aid in the Identification Process
363
The Technique of Sampling Skeletal Remains
for Mitochondrial DNA Testing
356
The Effects of Temperature on the
Decomposition Rate of Human Remains
The Effects of Cerebral Palsy on Age
Indicators in the Human Skeleton
577
Taphonomy of a Mass Grave in MidMichigan: The Case of the Missing Cattle
2
328
5
181
454
Melbye, Jerry PhD*, and Michelle D. Hamilton, PhD,
Texas State University-San Marcos, Department of
Anthropology, 601 University Drive, San Marcos, TX
78666-4616
Michaud, Amy L. BS*, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco,
Firearms, and Explosives, National Laboratory Center,
6000 Ammendale Road, Ammendale, MD 20705; Douglas
H. Ubelaker, PhD, Department of Anthropology, NMNHMRC112, Smithsonian Institution, Washington DC, 20560;
and Norman J. Sauer, PhD, Department of Anthropology,
Michigan State University, 354 Baker Hall, East Lansing,
MI 48824
Miller Wieberg, Danielle A. MA*, 4107 Meredith Road,
Knoxville, TN 37921
Miller, Elizabeth A. PhD*, Cal State Los Angeles and Los
Angeles County Coroner, Department of Anthropology,
5151 State University Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90032
Miller, Elizabeth A. PhD*, California State University at
Los Angeles, Department of Anthropology, 5151 State
University Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90032; and Stephen D.
Ousley, PhD, Mercyhurst College, Department of Applied
Forensic, Anthropology, 501 East 38th Street, Erie, PA
16546
Miller, Michelle L. BS, MA*, The University of Tennessee,
Knoxville, TN
Miller, Robyn A. BA*, University of Tennessee Department
of Anthropology, 250 South Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN
Minetz, Jolen Anya MA*, and Jiro Manabe, MA, JPACCIL, 310 Worchester Avenue Building 45, Hickam AFB,
Honolulu, HI 96853
Minetz, Jolen Anya MA*, JPAC/CIL, 310 Worchester
Avenue, Building 45, Hickam AFB, HI 96853; Bradley I.
Lanning, MA, JPAC-CIL, 310 Worchester Avenue Building
45, Hickam AFB, HI 96835; Kylie Puzzuto, West Virginia
University, PO Box 6201, Morgantown, WV 26506; and
Elizabeth Okrutny, BS, Central Florida University, 4000
Central Florida Boulevard, Orlando, FL 32816
Monzavi, Babak Faghih DDS*, No 93351 Sanie Zadeh
Lane-Chahar Bagh Bala Avenue, Esfahan 81638-93351,
Iran; Arash Ghodoosi, MD, Fayz Square- Forensic
Medicine Center of Esfahan Province, Esfahan, Iran; Omid
Savabi, DDS, MS, Azadi Square- Hezar Jerib Avenue,
Esfahan University of Medical Science, School of
Dentistry, Esfahan, Iran; Asghar Karimi, DDS, Fayz
Square - Forensic Medicine Center of Esfahan Province,
Esfahan, Iran; Akbar Hasanzadeh, MS, Azadi SquareHezar Jerib Avenue, Esfahan University of Medical
Sciences, School of Health Sciences, Esfahan, Iran
Index 169
Creating an Open-Air Forensic Anthropology
Human Decomposition Research Facility
149
Bones of Contention - The Investigation of a
Cadaver Dog Handler
359
Establishing the Perimortem Interval:
Correlation Between Bone Moisture Content
and Blunt Force Trauma Characters
The Boy in the Chimney: A Case Study in
Human Decomposition
352
The Use (and Abuse) of the Sacrum in Sex
Determination
100
Utilizing Ground Penetrating Radar and
Three-Dimensional Imagery to Enhance
Search Strategies of Buried Human Remains
The Role of Clothing in Estimating Time
Since Death
Group Classification Using Traditional
Craniometrics, Angle Measurements,
Geometric Morphometric Techniques, and
the Potential Applications of These Methods
to Fragmentary Crania
Osteometric Analysis of the Vertebral
Column
568
Model of Age Estimation Based on Dental
Factors of Unknown Cadavers Among
Iranians
476
340
598
27
47
Mooder, Karen P. PhD*, and Mary-Claire King, PhD,
Division of Medical Genetics, University of Washington,
Box 357720, Seattle, WA 98195-7720
Moore, Chester E. II, PhD*, U.S. Army Central
Identification Laboratory, 310 Worchester Avenue, Hickam
Air Force Base, Honolulu, HI
Moore, Megan K. MS*, Department of Anthropology, 250
South Stadium Hall, University of Tennessee, Knoxville,
TN 37996-0720
Moore, Megan K. MS*, University of Tennessee, 301
Perkins Hall, Department of Mech, Aero, & Biomed
Engineering, Knoxville, TN; and Dixie L. Thompson, PhD,
University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Department of
Exercise, Sports and Leisure Studies, 340 Health, Physical
Education, and Recreation Building, Knoxville, TN 37996
Moore-Jansen, Peer H. PhD* and Amber Harrison, BA*,
Department of Anthropology, Wichita State University, 114
Neff Hall, Wichita, KS 67260-0052
Moore-Jansen, Peer H. PhD, Department of Anthropology,
Wichita State University, 114 Neff Hall, Wichita, KS
67260-0052; Elayne J. Pope, PhD, University of West
Florida, Anthropology Department, 11000 University
Parkway, Building 13, Pensacola, FL 72701; and Laura B.
Bennett, BS*, 1013 Wisteria Drive, Derby, KS 67037
Morcillo, Maria D. MD*, and Isla Y. Campos Varela,
National Institute of Legal Medicine, Calle 7 A Number 1261, Piso 3, Bogota, COLOMBIA
Morris, Zoe Hensley HBSc, MA*, University Of Western
Ontario, Department Of Anthropology, Social Sciences
Centre, London, Ontario N6A 5C2, CANADA; Mary H.
Manhein, MA, Department Of Geography & Anthropology,
Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA 70803; and
Ginesse A. Listi, MA, 1723 Lombard Drive, Baton Rouge,
LA 70810
Moss, Kathryn E. BS*, 4800 Calhoun Street, Houston, TX
77004; and Angela D. Rippley, BS, and Joan A. Bytheway,
PhD, Sam Houston State University, Box 2296, Huntsville,
TX 77341-2296
Moyers, Diana K. MA*, and Philip N. Williams, BS,
Federal Bureau of Investigation Laboratory,
Counterterrorism and Forensic Science Research Unit,
Building 12, Quantico, VA 22135
Mundorff, Amy Z MA*, Simon Fraser University,
Department of Archaeology, 8888 University Dr, Burnaby,
BC V5A 1S6, Canada; and Eric J Bartelink, PhD,
California State University, Chico, Department of
Anthropology, Butte Hall 311, Chico, CA 95929
Mundorff, Amy Z. MA*, Robert Shaler, PhD, Erik T.
Bieschke, MS, and Elaine Mar, MS, Office of Chief
Medical Examiner, 520 1st Avenue, New York, NY 10016
Mundorff, Amy Z. MA*, Simon Fraser University, 6111485 West 6th Avenue, Vancouver, BC V6H4G1, Canada
Index 170
Applications of DNA Identification to Human
Rights: Additional Informative Sites in the
mtDNA Genome
The Importance of Recovered Life-Support
Equipment In the Resolution of MIA Cases
408
Skeletal Markers of Obesity in the Lower Leg
456
Estimating Body Mass From Bone Mineral
Density of Human Skeletal Remains
252
A Quantitative Study of Morphological
Variation in the OS Coxa for the Purpose of
Estimating Sex of Human Skeletal Remains
Human Cremains From a Controlled Car Fire
524
Identification vs. Cause of Death in Mass
Graves Where Individuals are Commingled in
Colombia
Quantitative and Spatial Comparison of the
Microscopic Bone Structures Of Deer
(Odocoileus virginianus), Dog (Canis
familiaris), and Pig (Sus scrofa domesticus)
53
The Effects of Avian and Terrestrial
Scavenger Activity on Human Remains in the
Piney Woods of Southeast Texas
57
Accuracy Testing of Computerized Facial
Approximations by Comparison With
Antemortem Photographs
224
DNA Preservation of Skeletal Elements From
the World Trade Center Disaster: Some
Recommendations for Mass Disaster
Management
357
Marrying of Anthropology and DNA:
Essential for Solving Complex Commingling
Problems in Cases of Extreme Fragment
Anthropologist Directed Triage Teams From
Three Distinct Mass Fatality Events
Involving Human Fragmentation
443
605
214
222
389
Mundorff, Amy Zelson MA*, and Corinne Ambrosi, MD,
Office of Chief Medical Examiner, 520 1st Avenue, New
York, NY; and Jason Wiersema, MA, Department of
Anthropology, Texas A&M University, 1602 Rock Cliff
Road, Austin, TX
Mundorff, Amy Zelson MA*, Office of Chief Medical
Examiner, New York City, New York, NY
Murad, Turhon A. PhD*, Anthropology Department,
California State University, Chico, CA 95929-0400
Murad, Turhon A. PhD*, California State University Chico, Department of Anthropology, 400 West First Street
Chico, Chico, CA 95929-0400
Murray, Elizabeth A. PhD*, College of Mount St. Joseph,
5701 Delhi Road, Cincinnati, OH 45233-1670; and Bruce
E. Anderson, PhD*, Forensic Science Center, 2825 East
District Street, Tucson, AZ 85714
Murray, Elizabeth A. PhD*, Hamilton County Coroner’s
Office, College of Mount St. Joseph, 5701 Delhi Road,
Cincinnati, OH
Musse, Jamilly O. PhD*, Jeidson A.M. Marques, PhD,
Faculty of Dentistry, Feira de Santana State University
(UEFS), Fanco Manoel da Silva, 437, Cidade Nova, Feira
de Santana - Bahia, 44053-060, BRAZIL; and Rogério N.
Oliveira, PhD, University of São Paulo, Lineu Prestes,
5081, Cidade Universitária, São Paulo, 05508-000,
BRAZIL
Myster, Susan M.T. PhD*, Department of Anthropology,
Hamline University, St. Paul, MN
Myster, Susan M.T. PhD*, Hamline University,
Department of Anthropology, Saint Paul, MN; Susan J.
Roe, MD, Ramsey County Medical Examiner’s Office, 300
East University Avenue, Saint Paul, MN; Barbara H.
O’Connell, PhD, Department of Anthropology, Hamline
University, Saint Paul, MN; Janice J. Ophoven, MD, The
Children’s Hospital, 345 North Smith Avenue, Saint Paul,
MN; and Ann L. Norrlander, DDS, 1553 Medical Arts
Building, 825 Nicollet Mall, Minneapolis, MN
Myster, Susan M.T. PhD*, Hamline University, MB 196,
1536 Hewitt Avenue, St. Paul, MN 55104; Erin Kimmerle,
PhD, University of South Florida, Soc 110, 4202 East
Fowler, Tampa, FL 33620; and Ann H. Ross, PhD, North
Carolina State University, Campus Box 8107, Raleigh, NC
27695-8107
Myster, Susan M.T. PhD, Hamline University, MB 196,
1536 Hewitt Avenue, St. Paul, MN 55104; Sarah E.
Nathan, BA*, Department of Forensic Sciences, Nebraska
Wesleyan University, Lincoln, NE 68503
Index 171
Hyperextension Trauma of Upper Cervical
Vertebrae
575
The Role of Anthropology During the
Identification of Victims From the World
Trade Center Disaster
The Difference Between “Pala” and “Palo” is
the Instrument of Death
The Prosecution of a 28-Year-Old Case of
Shaken Baby Syndrome
569
Forensic Anthropology in the Courtroom:
Trends in Testimony
294
Race and Ethnicity in Subadult Crania: When
Does Differentiation Occur?
532
Contribution of the Maxillary Sinus Analysis
for Human Identification
21
Presenting Forensic Anthropology Training
Seminars and Workshops to Forensic
Science, Medico-Legal, and Law
Enforcement Professionals: Consequences for
Death Investigations Involving Decomposed,
Skeletal, and Burned Human Remains
A Multidisciplinary Approach to Evaluate
Chronic Malnutrition During Childhood in a
Case of Suspected Fatal Child Abuse
557
Craniometrics as Jantz Taught Us: Multiple
Lines of Evidence to Deduce the Affiliation
of Painted “Aztec” Skulls
329
An Evaluation of the Greulich and Pyle
Skeletal Aging Standards for the Hand and
Wrist in a Contemporary Multiethnic
Population
523
382
34
610
Nashelsky, Marcus B. MD*, Department of Pathology 5244 RCP, University of Iowa Hospitals & Clinics, 200
Hawkins Drive, Iowa City, IA 52242; Todd W. Fenton,
PhD, Michigan State University, 354 Baker Hall,
Department of Anthropology, East Lansing, MI 48824;
Nicholas V. Passalacqua, MS, 3518 Hagadorn Road,
Okemos, MI 48864; Carolyn V. Hurst, BA, 3303 Wharton
Street, East Lansing, MI 48823; and Timothy G. Baumer,
BS, and Roger C. Haut, PhD, Orthopaedic Biomechanics
Laboratories, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI
48824
Nawrocki, Stephen P. PhD*, and Anthony J. Koehl, BS*,
University of Indianapolis, Archeology & Forensics
Laboratory, 1400 East Hanna Avenue, Indianapolis, IN
46227
Nawrocki, Stephen P. PhD*, Matthew A. Williamson, PhD,
Christopher W. Schmidt, PhD, Heather A. Thew, MS, and
Gregory A. Reinhardt, PhD, University of Indianapolis
Archeology and Forensics Laboratory, 1400 East, Hanna
Avenue, Indianapolis, IN
Nugent, Teresa G. BA*, Texas State University, 601
University Drive, ELA 232, San Marcos, TX 78666
Nusse, Gloria L. BFA*, Clay and Bones, 129 Stanford
Avenue, Mill Valley, CA 94941; and Alison Galloway,
PhD*, University of California, Santa Cruz, Anthropolgy
Department, Social Science One FS, Santa Cruz, CA 95064
O’Brien, R. Christopher BA, MFS*, University of Western
Australia, Centre for Forensic Science, 35 Stirling
Highway, Mail Bag M420, Crawley, WA 6009, Australia;
Shari L. Forbes, PhD, University of Ontario Institute of
Technology, Faculty of Science, 2000 Simcoe Street, North,
Oshawa, ON L1H 7K4, Canada; Jan Meyer, PhD,
University of Western Australia, School of Anatomy and
Human Biology, 35 Stirling Highway, Mail Bag M360,
Crawley, WA 6009, Australia; and Ian Dadour, University
of Western Australia, Centre for Forensic Science, 35
Stirling Highway, Mail Bag M420, Crawley, WA 6009,
Australia
O’Callaghan, Jennifer MFS*, and Jacqueline RaskinBurns, MS, Armed Forces DNA Identification Laboratory,
1413 Research Boulevard, Building 101, Rockville, MD
20850; Alexander F. Christensen, PhD, Central
Identification Laboratory, Joint POW/MIA Accounting
Command, Hickam AFB, HI 96853; Audrey Meehan, BGS,
and Mark Leney, PhD, Central Identification Laboratory,
Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command, 310 Worchester
Avenue, Hickam Air Force Base, HI 96853; and Suzanne
M. Barritt, MS, and Brion C. Smith, DDS, Armed Forces
DNA Identification Laboratory, 1413 Research Boulevard,
Building 101, Rockville, MD 20850
Index 172
Cranial Fracture Patterns in Pediatric
“Crushing” Injuries and Preliminary
Biomechanical Modeling Using a Simple
Finite Element Model
164
Recovery of Human Remains From Vehicles
Submerged in Fresh Water
200
Excavation and Analysis of Four Homicide
Victims From Shallow Graves in
Bartholomew County, IN
580
Burned Beyond Recognition: Can the
Biological Profile Be Estimated From
Unprocessed Human Cremated Remains?
Artists Contribution to Facial Reconstruction
75
Seasonal Variation of Scavenging and
Associated Faunal Activity on Pig Carcasses
in South Western Australia
384
Resolving Extremely Commingled Skeletal
Remains From the Korean War Through
Mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) Testing
407
377
O’Connell, Linda BM, MSc*, Joy Steven, MSc*, and
Margaret Cox, PhD*, School of Conservation Sciences,
Bournemouth University, Poole, Dorset, United Kingdom
O’Connell, Linda BM, MSc*, School of Conservation
Sciences, Bournemouth University, Poole, Dorset, United
Kingdom
Olmer, Merissa BA*, Department of Anthropology,
University of Maryland, 1111 Woods Hall, College Park,
MD 20742; Sophia Mavroudas, BA*, Department of
Anthropology, New York University, 25 Waverly Place,
New York, NY; Franklin E. Damann, MA, National
Museum of Heath and Medicine, AFIP, PO Box 59685,
Washington, DC 20012-0685; and Christian Crowder,
PhD, Office of the Chief Medical Examiner, 520 1st
Avenue, New York, NY 10016
Olson, Gregory O. MSc*, Office of the Fire Marshal, 2284
Nursery Road, Midhurst, Ontario L0L 1X0, CANADA
Osborn, Michelle L. BA*, Department of Geography and
Anthropology, Louisiana State University, Howe-Russel
Building, Baton Rouge, LA 70803; Mary H. Manhein, MA,
Department of Geography and Anthropology, FACES Lab,
Louisiana State University, E105 Howe- Russell Building,
Baton Rouge, LA 70803; and Michael Leitner, PhD,
Department of Geography and Anthropology, Loiusiana
State University, E111 Howe-Russell Building, Baton
Rouge, LA 70803
Ousley, Stephen D. MA, PhD*, Smithsonian Institution,
Department of Anthropology, PO Box 7012, NMNH MRC
138, Washington, DC 20013- 7012; and Joseph T. Hefner,
MA, Department of Anthropology, CA Pound Human
Identification Laboratory, University of Florida,
Gainesville, FL 32605
Ousley, Stephen D. PhD*, Mercyhurst College,
Department of Applied Forensic Anthropology, 501 East
38th Street, Erie, PA 16546; and Ericka N. L’Abbe, PhD*,
PO Box 5023, Pretoria, 0001, SOUTH AFRICA
Ousley, Stephen D. PhD*, Mercyhurst College,
Department of Applied Forensic Anthropology, 501 East
38th Street, Erie, PA 16546; Kyra E. Stull, MS*,
Mercyhurst College, 501 East 38th Street, Erie, PA 16546;
and Kathryn L. Frazee, MS*, 351 West 22nd Street, Floor
2, Erie, PA 16502
Ousley, Stephen D. PhD*, Smithsonian Institution, NMNH
MRC 138, PO Box 37012, Washington, DC 20013-7012;
and Lisa M. Martinez, Department of Anthropology,
Harvard University, 11 Divinity Avenue, Cambridge, MA
02138
Index 173
Sex, Size, and Genetic Mistakes: Identifying
Disorders of Sexual Differentiation in Human
Skeletal Remains
An Evaluation of the Relationship Between
Human Pelvic Size and Shape and the
Distribution, Type, and Severity of Vertebral
Degenerative Disease in Archaeological
Material
Improving Histomorphometric Age
Estimation: An Application of Osteon
Population Density on Kerley’s Original
Sample Data
534
The Recovery of Human Remains From a
Fatal Fire Setting Using Archeological
Methodology
Test of a Method Regarding Sex Indication of
the Human Hyoid Body
212
Morphoscopic Traits and the Statistical
Determination of Ancestry
419
Craniometric Variation in South African and
American Blacks
103
A Radiographic Database for Forensic
Anthropology
115
Morphological, Metric, and Morphometric
Variation in the Midface
367
553
95
319
Ousley, Stephen D. PhD*, Smithsonian Institution, NMNH,
MRC 138, Washington, DC 20013; and Richard L. Jantz,
MA, PhD, University of Tennessee, Department of
Anthropology, 252 South Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN
37996-0720
Ousley, Stephen D. PhD*, Smithsonian Institution, PO Box
37012, NMNH MRC 138, Washington, DC 20013-7012;
and John E. Byrd, PhD, Joint POW/MIA Accounting,
Central Identification Laboratory, 310 Worchester Avenue,
Hickam AFB, HI 96853
Ousley, Stephen D. PhD*, Smithsonian Institution,
Repatriation Office, Department of Anthropology,
Washington, DC; Jessica L. Seebauer, BS, Department of
Biology, State University of New York-Geneseo, Geneseo,
NY; and Erica B. Jones, MA, Smithsonian Institution,
Repatriation Office, Department of Anthropology,
Washington, DC
Owings, Charity G. BS*, 2475 TAMU, College Station, TX
77845; Nicole C. Larison, BS*, Sam Houston State
University, Department of Biological Sciences, Box 2116,
Huntsville, TX 77341; and Joan A. Bytheway, PhD, Sam
Houston State University, Box 2296, Huntsville, TX 773412296
Paine, Robert R. PhD*, Physical Anthropology
Department of Sociology, MS1012, Texas Tech University,
Lubbock, TX; Alfredo Coppa, PhD, Universita La Sapienza
di Roma, Roma, and Mancinelli Domenico, PhD,
Universita de L’Aquila, Italy, Roma
Paolello, Josephine M. MS*, and Luis L. Cabo-Pérez, MS,
Mercyhurst College, Department of Applied Forensic
Sciences, 501 East 38th Street, Erie, PA 16546
Park, Dae-Kyoon MD, PhD*, and Jeong-Sik Ko, PhD,
Department of Anatomy, College of Medicine,
Soonchunhyang University, 366-1, Ssangyong-dong,
Chungcheongnam-do, Cheonan-si, 330946, Korea; and
Deog-Im Kim, MA, U-Young Lee, MD, and Seung-Ho Han,
MD, PhD, Department of Anatomy, Catholic Institute for
Applied Anatomy, College of Medicine, The Catholic
University of Korea, 505 Banpo-dong, Sochogu, Seoul,
137701, Korea
Park, Dae-Kyoon MD, PhD*, Department of Anatomy,
College of Medicine Soonchunhyang University, 366-1
Ssangyong-dong, Cheonan-si, Seoul, 330946 KOREA;
Deog-Im Kim, PhD, Department of Anatomy, Kwandong
University College of Medicine, 522, Naegok-dong,
Gangneug, 201701, KOREA; U-Young Lee, MD, and
Seung-Ho Han, MD, PhD, Department of Anatomy,
College of Medicine, The Catholic University of Korea,
505, Banpo-dong, Socho-gu, Seoul, 137701, KOREA
Index 174
The Next FORDISC: FORDISC 3
422
New Statistical Approaches to Sex
Estimation: Multi-Stage Discriminant
Function Analysis
331
Forensic Anthropology, Repatriation, and the
“Mongoloid” Problem
537
Taphonomic Changes Observed on Skeletal
Remains in Southeast Texas
48
Forensic Application for Evaluating Cranial
Trauma Cases From the Iron-Age Site of
Alfedena, Italy
584
Elliptic Fourier Analysis of Vertebral
Outlines for Victim Identification
283
Morphometrics Using Radiographic Study of
Thyroid Cartilage for Age-Estimation in
Korean Males
378
Morphometrics of the Korean Thyroid
Cartilage for Determination of Sex
269
Park, Dae-Kyoon MD, PhD*, Department of Anatomy,
College of Medicine, Soonchunhyang University, 366-1,
Ssangyong-dong, Chungcheongnam-do, Cheonan-si,
330946, Korea; Yi-Suk Kim, MD, and Nak-Eun Chung,
MD, PhD, Division of Forensic Medicine National Institute
of Scientific Investigation, 331-1 Sinwol 7 -dong,
Yangcheon-gu, Seoul, 158707 Korea; and Seung-Ho Han,
MD, PhD, Department of Anatomy, Catholic Institute for
Applied Anatomy, College of Medicine, The Catholic
University of Korea, 505 Banpo-dong, Socho-gu, Seoul
137701 Korea
Park, Dae-Kyoon MD, PhD*, Soonchunhyang University,
Department of Anatomy, College of Medicine, 366-1,
Ssangyong-dong, Cheonan-si, Chungcheongnam-do,
Choenan-si, Seoul 330946 Korea, Republic of Korea; UYoung Lee, MD, National Institute of Scientific
Investigation, Division of Forensic Medicine, 331-1 Sinwol
7-dong, Yangcheon-gu, Seoul, Seoul 158707 Korea,
Republic of Korea; Yi-Suk Kim, MD, Gachon University of
Medicine and Science, Department of Anatomy, 1198
Guwol-dong, Namdong-gu, Incheon-si, Seoul 405760
Korea, Republic of Korea; Deog-Im Kim, BA, and SeungHo Han, MD, PhD, The Catholic University of Korea,
College of Medicine, Catholic Institute for Applied
Anatomy, Department of Anatomy, 505, Banpodong,
Seocho-gu, Seoul, Seoul 137701 Korea, Republic of Korea;
and In-Hyuk Chung, MD, PhD, Yonsei University College
of Medicine, Department of Anatomy, 134, Sinchon-dong,
Seodaemun-gu, Seoul, Seoul 120749 Korea, Republic of
Korea
Park, Dae-Kyoon PhD*, Department of Anatomy, College
of Medicine, Soonchunhyang University, Department of
Anatomy; U-Young Lee, MD, Department of Anatomy,
College of Medicine, The Catholic University of Korea,
505, Banpo-dong, Socho-gu, Seoul, 137701, KOREA; YiSuk Kim, PhD, Department of Anatomy, Gachon University
of Medicine & Science, 1198 Kuwol-dong, Namdong-gu,
Incheon, 405760, KOREA; Deog-Im Kim, PhD,
Department of Anatomy, Kwandong University College of
Medicine, 522, Naegok-dong, Gangneug, 201701, KOREA;
Seung-Ho Han, PhD, Department of Anatomy, College of
Medicine, The Catholic University of Korea, 505, Banpodong, Seocho-gu, Seoul, 137701, KOREA; and In-Hyuk
Chung, PhD, Department of Anatomy, Yonsei University
College of Medicine, 134 Sinchon-dong, Seodaemoon-gu,
Seoul, 120752, KOREA
Parks, Bruce O. MD*, Eric Peters, MD, Cynthia
Porterfield, DO, David Winston, MD, and Diane Karluk,
MD, Pima County Forensic Science Center, 2825 East
District Street, Tucson, AZ 85714; Sam Keim, MD,
University of Arizona Department of Emergency Medicine,
University of Arizona College of Medicine, Tucson, AZ;
Michael Kent, MD, Emergency Department, Northwest
Hospital, Tucson, AZ
Index 175
Results of Forensic Anthropological
Examination in Daegu Subway Disaster
(2003, Korea)
362
Sex Determination of Koreans Through
Cervical Vertebrae
301
Sex-Determination of Koreans Using Metric
Analysis of Vertebrae
160
Deaths of Undocumented Immigrants in
Southern Arizona
493
Parks, Connie L. BA*, 8802 Featherhill Road, Austin, TX
78737; Elizabeth T. Brandt, BA, 232 Evans Liberal Arts,
Anthropology Department 601 University Drive, San
Marcos, TX 78666; Michelle D. Hamilton, PhD, Texas
State University-San Marcos, Department of Anthropology,
601 University Drive, Austin, TX 78666; Jennifer Pechal,
MS, TAMU 2475, Texas A&M University, College Station,
TX 77843- 2475; and Jeffery K. Tomberlin, PhD,
Department of Entomology, TAMU 2475, College Station,
TX 77843-2475
Parr, Nicolette M. MS*, 1305 Northeast 6th Terrace,
Gainesville, Florida ; Katherine Skorpinski, MA, 1626
Southwest 14th Street, Aartment 16, Gainesville, FL
32608; Traci L. Van Deest, MA, 121 Southeast 16th
Avenue, Apartment J201, Gainesville, FL 32601; and
Laurel Freas, MA, 3425 Southwest 2nd Avenue, #246,
Gainesville, FL 32607
Parr, Nicolette M. MS*, Department of Anthropology,
University of Florida, Gainesville, FL 32611
Parr, Nicolette M. MS*, University of Florida, CA Pound
Human Identification Laboratory, 1305 NE 6th Terrace,
Gainesville, FL 32601; and Joseph T. Hefner, PhD,
Statistical Research, Inc., 6099 East Speedway Boulevard,
Tucson, AZ 85712
Parsons, Thomas PhD*, Adnan Rizvić, BSc, Andreas
Kleise, LLM; Adam Boys, MA, and Asta Zinbo, MA;
Forensic Sciences International Commission on Missing
Persons, 45A Alipasina, Sarajevo, 71000, BOSNIAHERZEGOVINA; Mark Skinner, PhD, Simon Fraser
University, Department of Archeology, Burnaby, BC, V5A
1S6, CANADA; and Kathryne Bomberger, MA, Forensic
Sciences International Commission on Missing Persons,
45A Alipasina, Sarajevo, 71000, BOSNIA-HERZEGOVINA
Parsons, Thomas PhD*, Andreas Kleiser LLM, Adnan
Rizvić BSc, and Kathryne Bomberger MA, Forensic
Sciences International Commission on Missing Persons,
45A Alipasina, Sarajevo, 71000, BOSNIAHERZEGOVINA
Passalacqua, Nicholas V. BA*, Mercyhurst College,
Department Applied Forensic Sciences, Zurn 119A, 501
East 38th Street, Erie, PA 16546
Passalacqua, Nicholas V. MS*, 1559 Mount Vernon, East
Lansing, MI 48823; Jennifer M. Vollner, MS, 328 Baker
Hall, East Lansing, MI 48824; Dominique Semeraro, MS,
Office of State Medical Examiners, 48 Orms Street,
Providence, RI 02904; and Christopher W. Rainwater, MS,
Office of the Chief Medical Examiner, 520 1st Avenue, New
York, NY 10016
Index 176
A Study of the Human Decomposition
Sequence in Central Texas
204
Case Studies and Patterns of Postmortem
Dismemberment
68
An Assessment of Non-Metric Traits of the
Mandible Used in the Determination of
Ancestry
A Statistical Assessment of Cranial and
Mandibular Morphoscopic Traits Used in the
Determination of Ancestry
368
The International Commission on Missing
Persons and an Integrated, Multidisciplinary
Forensic Approach to Identification of the
Missing From the 1995 Srebrenica, Bosnia
Mass Execution Event
137
Lessons and Challenges From Srebrenica: A
Summary and Future Perspectives
144
Forensic Age-at-Death Estimation From the
European American Male Sacrum: A New
Component System
A Pilot Study in the Forensic Potential of the
Health Index
304
207
25
Passalacqua, Nicholas V. MS*, 3518 Hagadorn Road,
Okemos, MI 48864-4200; Todd W. Fenton, PhD, Michigan
State University, Department of Anthropology, 354 Baker
Hall, East Lansing, MI 48824; Brian J. Powell, BS, and
Timothy G. Baumer, BS, Orthopaedic Biomechanics
Laboratories, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI
48824; William N. Newberry, MS, Exponent Failure
Analysis Associates, Inc., Farmington Hills, MI 48331; and
Roger C. Haut, PhD, A407 East Fee Hall, Orthopaedic
Biomechanics, Michigan State University, East Lansing,
MI 48824
Passalacqua, Nicholas Vere MS*, 3518 Hagadorn Road,
Okemos, MI 48864
Pastor, Robert F. PhD*, The Calvin Wells Laboratory, and
Jacinta N. Daines, BSc, Department of Archaeological
Sciences, University of Bradford, West Yorkshire BD7
1DP, Bradford, United Kingdom
Pastor, Robert F. PhD*, University of Bradford, Biological
Anthropology Research Centre, Department of
Archaeological Sciences, Bradford, West Yorkshire BD7
1DP, United Kingdom; and Angela J. Reynard, MSc*,
Bureau of Forensic Science, Ltd, Temple Chambers, 3-7
Temple Avenue, London, EC4Y OHP, United Kingdom
Pastor, Robert F. PhD*, University of Bradford,
Department of Archaeological Sciences, Bradford, West
Yorkshire BD7 1DP, United Kingdom
Patiño*, Andres nd Edixon Quinones Reyes, c/o ALAF and
EAAF, 10 Jay Street #502, Brooklyn, NY 11201
Patton, Susan B. MNSc*, Steven A. Symes, PhD, O’Brian
C. Smith, MD, T.A. Campbell, MD, and Cynthia D.
Gardner, MD, Department of Forensic Pathology,
University of Tennessee, Memphis, 1060 Madison Avenue,
Memphis, TN
Peccerelli, Fredy c/o ALAF and EAAF, 10 Jay Street,
#502, Brooklyn, NY 11201; José Samuel Suasnavar
Bolaños, Lourdes Penados, and Mario Vasquez, c/o ALAF
and EAAF, 10 Jay St #502, Brooklyn, NY 11201
Penados, Lourdes A. MS*, CAFCA, 2a. calle 6-77 zona 1,
Guatemala, 01001, Guatemala; and Tal L. Simmons, PhD,
University of Central Lancashire, Department of Forensic
and Investigative Sciences, Maudland Building 114,
Preston, Lancashire PR12HE, United Kingdom
Perry, Paula A. BA*, Bournemouth University, Talbot
Campus, Poole, Dorset BH12 5BF, United Kingdom
Pharr, Lauren R. MA*, and Mary H. Manhein, MA,
Louisiana State University, Department of Geography &
Anthropology, Baton Rouge, LA 70803; and Wayne L.
Kramer, PhD, Louisiana State University, Department of
Entomology, 404 Life Science Building, Baton Rouge, LA
70803
Index 177
A Forensic Pathology Tool to Predict
Pediatric Skull Fracture Patterns – Part 2:
Fracture Quantification and Further
Investigations on Infant Cranial Bone
Fracture Properties
82
The Utility of the Samworth and Gowland
Age-at-Death “Look-Up” Tables in Forensic
Anthropology
The Analysis of Ancestry From Skeletal
Remains and the Treatment of the Race
Concept by British Forensic Scientists
271
Evaluation of the Relationship Between Fifth
Metatarsal Length and Foot Length/ Shoe
Size: A Possible Aid in Human Identification
394
Sexual Dimorphism in Vertebral Dimensions
at the T12/L1 Junction
430
Forensic Anthropology in Colombia
509
Diagnostic Imaging of Child Abuse: A
Comparison of Radiographic Views to Detect
Rib Fracture
608
Forensic Anthropology in Guatemala
508
Forensic Anthropology Investigation of
Human Rights Violations in the Ixil and
Ixcan areas of Guatemala
347
Human Decomposition in the Detroit River
413
Anaerobic and Aerobic Decomposition in 55gallon Oil Drums: A Two-Year Study on the
Deliberate Concealment of Remains
61
592
Pinheiro*, João Instituto Nacional de Medicina Legal,
Instit Nacional Medicina Legal, Delegação do Centro,
Largo da Sé Nova, Coimbra, 0 3000, PORTUGAL;
Andersen Lyrio da Silva, and Eugenia Cunha, PhD,
Departamento De Antropologia, Universidade de Coimbra,
Coimbra, 3000-056, PORTUGAL; and Steven A. Symes,
PhD, Mercyhurst Archaeological Institute, Mercyhurst
College, 501 East 38th, Erie, PA 16546-0001
Pinheiro, Joao MD, MS*, Instituto Nacional de Medicina
Legal, Largo da Sé Nova, Coimbra, 3000-213, Portugal;
Eugénia Cunha, PhD, Departamento De Antropologia,
Universidade de Coimbra, Coimbra, 3000-056, Portugal;
Cristina Cattaneo, PhD, Università degli Studi di Milano,
Laboratorio di Antropologia e Odontologia, Università
degli Studi di Milano, Milano, 3330, Italy; and Francisco
Corte Real, PhD, Instituto Nacional de Medicina Legal,
Largo da Sé Nova, Coimbra, 3000-213, Portugal
Pinheiro, João MD, MSc*, Instituto Nacional de Medicina
Legal, Instit Nacional Medicina Legal, Delegação do
Centro, Largo da Sé Nova, Coimbra, 3000, PORTUGAL;
Eugenia Cunha, PhD, Departamento De Antropologia,
Universidade de Coimbra, Coimbra, 3000-056,
PORTUGAL; Hugo Pissarra, DVM, Faculdade de
Medicina Veterinária da Univsersidade Técnica da Lisboa,
Av. da Univsersidade Técnica da Lisboa, Lisbon, AL,
PORTUGAL; and Francisco Corte Real, PhD, Insituto
Nacional de Medicina Legal, Largo da Sé Nova, 3000,
Coimbra, AL, PORTUGAL
Pokines, James T. PhD*, Greg E. Berg, MA, Bradley J.
Adams, MA, Ann W. Bunch, PhD, John E. Byrd, PhD, and
Thomas D. Holland, PhD, U.S. Army Central Identification
Laboratory, 310 Worchester Avenue, Hickam Air Force
Base, Honolulu, HI
Pokines, James T. PhD*, Kelly L. Burke, MSc, and
Josephine M. Paolello, MS, JPAC/CIL, 310 Worchester
Avenue, Building 45, Hickam AFB, HI 96853
Pope, Elayne J. MA*, University of Arkansas, 330 Old
Main, Anthropology Department, Fayetteville, AR 72701
Pope, Elayne J. MA*, University of Arkansas, 330 Old
Main, Fayetteville, AR 72701
Pope, Elayne J. MA*, University of Arkansas, 330 Old
Main, Fayetteville, AR 72701; Alan G. Robinson, MSc,
Guatemalan Forensic Anthropology Foundation,
Guatemala City, Guatemala City, 01002, Central America;
Kate Spradley, MA, University of Tennessee, 250 South
Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN 37996; and O’Brian C. Smith,
MD, Regional Forensic Center, 1060 Madison, Memphis,
TN 38104
Pope, Elayne J. MA*, University of Arkansas, 330 Old
Main, Fayetteville, AR 72701; O’Brian C. Smith, MD, 381
Cherry Hollow, Cordova, TN 38018; and Kate M.
Spradley, MA, University of Tennessee, 250 South Stadium
Drive, Knoxville, TN 37996
Index 178
Cranial Bone Trauma: Misleading Injuries
279
Forensic Anthropologist and Forensic
Pathologist: Why Work Together? Some
Illustrative Cases of Homicide
429
Eaten or Attacked By His Own Dogs? From
the Crime Scene to a Multidisciplinary
Approach
169
How Not to Stage a Burial: Lessons From
North Korea
600
Patterns of Trauma on the Skeletal Remains
of U.S. Soldiers in the Battle of East Chosin,
North Korea
Burned Human Remains: Myths in Forensic
Science
Utilizing Taphonomy and Context to
Distinguish Perimortem from Postmortem
Trauma in Fire Deaths
Burned Beyond Recognition: Attempts to
Destroy Evidence of Death
84
Bevel, Bevel in my Bone, Be it Bullet or Be it
Stone? Misidentification of Blunt Force
Trauma as Ballistic Entrance Wounds in
Burned Cranial Bone
382
351
459
459
Pope, Elayne J. MA*, University of Arkansas, 330 Old
Main, Fayetteville, AR 72701; O’Brian C. Smith, MD,
Regional Forensic Center, University of Tennessee, 1060
Madison Avenue, Memphis, TN 38104
Pope, Elayne J. MA*, University of Arkansas, 330 Old
Main, Fayetteville, AR; and O’ Brian C. Smith, MD,
Regional Forensic Center of the University of Tennessee,
1060 Madison Avenue, Memphis, TN
Pope, Elayne J. MA*, University of Arkansas,
Anthropology Department, 330 Old Main, Fayetteville, AR
72701
Pope, Elayne J. MA*, University of Tennessee, 252 South
Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN; Steven A. Symes, PhD, and
O’Brian C. Smith, MD, Regional Forensic Center, 1060
Madison Avenue, Memphis, TN
Pope, Elayne J. MA, Trey Batey, MA*, and Jerome C.
Rose, PhD, University of Arkansas, 330 Old Main,
Fayetteville, AR 72701
Pope, Elayne J. PhD*, Anthropology Department,
University of West Florida, Anthropology Building 13,
11000 University Parkway, Pensacola, FL 32514
Pope, Elayne J. PhD*, University of West Florida,
Anthropology Department, 11000 University Parkway,
Building 13, Pensacola, FL 72701
Pope, Elayne J. PhD, Heidi S. Davis, BA, BS*, and Ashley
E. Shidner, BA, University of West Florida, Anthropology
Department,11000 University Parkway, Building 13,
Pensacola, FL 32514
Pope, Melissa A. BA*, University of South Florida,
Anthropology Department, 4202 East Fowler Avenue,
Tampa, Florida 33613; and Liotta N. Dowdy, BA*,
University of South Florida, 3115 Palmira Street, Tampa,
Florida 33629
Pope, Melissa A. BA*, University of South Florida,
Department of Anthropology, 4202 East Fowler Avenue,
Tampa, FL 33612; and Erin H. Kimmerle, PhD, University
of South Florida, Department of Anthropology, 4202 East
Fowler, Soc 107, Tampa, FL 33820
Pope, Melissa A. MA*, University of South Florida,
Anthropology Department, 4202 East Fowler Avenue,
Tampa, FL 33620
Potter, Wendy E. BA, MS*, Department of Anthropology,
MSC01-1040, 1 University of New Mexico, Albuquerque,
NM 87131
Potter, Wendy E. BA, MS*, Department of Anthropology,
MSC01-1040, 1 University of New Mexico, Albuquerque,
NM 87131-0001; and Russell T. Alexander, MD, Office of
the Medical Investigator, MSC11-6030, 1 University of
New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM 87131-0001
Index 179
Burning Observations of Decomposed
Human Remains: Obscuring the Postmortem
Interval
511
Features of Preexisting Trauma and Burned
Cranial Bone
550
Beyond the Fire: Taphonomic Variables of
Burned Human Remains
229
Burning Observations of the Head: An
Experimental Model
586
Non-Destructive Microscopic Differentiation
of Human From Non-Human Fragmentary
Burned Bone
Fatal Fire Modeling: Replicating
Environmental and Human Factors
Associated With the Recovery and Analysis
of Burned Human Remains
From Scene to Seen: Post-Fire Taphonomic
Changes Between the In Situ Context and the
Medicolegal Examination of Burned Bodies
Differentiating Peri- and Postmortem
Fractures in Burned Postcranial Remains
380
Radiography as a Tool for Contemporary
Anthropological Research
191
Decomposition Patterns in Indoor
Environments: A Comparative Analysis of
Rodriguez and Bass’s Stages
88
Decomposition Patterns of Human Remains
Within Enclosed Environments: A
Comparative Analysis of the Midwest and
Southeast
The Potential Diagnostic Value of Scanning
Electron Microscopy in the Differential
Diagnosis of Bone Lesions: A Pilot Study
Nail or Bullet? A Comparison of Typical
Cranial Gunshot Wounds to a Defect
Resulting From a Nail Gun
59
77
213
78
317
395
Price, Alan MA*, Associate Director, Southern Institute of
Forensic Science, Regional Service Office, 7224 West
Canberra Street Drive, Greeley, CO; and Michael Britt,
BS, Supervisor of Investigations, District 20, Medical
Examiner’s Office, 3838 Domestic Avenue, Naples, FL
Prince, Debra A. BS, MA* and Lyle W. Konigsberg, PhD,
University of Tennessee, Knoxville, 250 South Stadium
Hall, Department of Anthropology, Knoxville, TN 379960760
Prodhan, Rika BS*, 547 Cedar Branch Road, League City,
TX 77573; Douglas H. Ubelaker, PhD, Department of
Anthropology, MRC 112, National Museum of Natural
History, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC 20560;
and Debra A. Prince, PhD, Joint POW/MIA Accounting
Command Central Identification Laboratory, 310
Worchester Avenue, Building 45, Hickam AFB, HI 96853
Prutsman-Pfeiffer, Jennifer J. MA*, University of
Rochester Medical Center, Autopsy and Neuropathology,
601 Elmwood Avenue, Box 626, Rochester, NY 14642; and
Peter J. Bush, BS, South Campus Instrument Center,
School of Dental Medicine, State University of New York at
Buffalo, Buffalo, NY 14214
Prutsman-Pfeiffer, Jennifer J. MA*, University of
Rochester, University of Rochester Medical Center,
Autopsy & Neuropathology, 601 Elmwood, Box 626,
Rochester, NY 14642; and Thomas H. Darrah, MS,
University of Rochester, 227 Hutchison Hall, University of
Rochester, Department Earth & Environmental Sciences,
Rochester, NY 14627
Quintyn, Conrad Bezekiah PhD*, Bloomsburg University,
Department of Anthropology, 400 East 2nd Street,
Bloomsburg, PA 17815
Rainwater, Christopher W. MS*, and Christian Crowder,
PhD, Office of the Chief Medical Examiner, 520 1st
Avenue, New York, NY 10016; and Jeannette S. Fridie,
MA, 520 First Avenue, Forensic Anthropology Unit, New
York, NY 10016
Randolph-Quinney, Patrick PhD*, Centre for Anatomy &
Human Identification, College of Life Sciences, University
of Dundee, Dundee, DD1 5EH, UNITED KINGDOM
Randolph-Quinney, Patrick PhD*, Centre for Anatomy and
Human Identification, College of Life Sciences, University
of Dundee, Dundee, DD1 5EH, UNITED KINGDOM
Rankin, David R. MA*, and C.E. Moore, PhD, U.S. Army
Central Identification Laboratory, Hawaii, 310 Worchester
Avenue, Hickam AFB, HI 96853-5530
Rawlings, Kristen J. MA*, University of Wyoming,
Department of Criminal Justice, A&S 223, PO Box 3197,
Laramie, WY 82071
Index 180
Fire Scene Management Strategies for the
Recovery of Human Remains From Severe
Vehicle Fires
546
New Formulae for Estimating Age in the
Balkans Utilizing Lamendin’s Dental
Technique
477
Evaluation of Three Methods of Age
Estimation From Human Skeletal Remains
(Suchey-Brooks, Lamendin, and Two-Step
Strategy)
371
Trace Element Analysis of Human Bone
Using Portable XRF
353
Comparison of Portable X-ray Florescence
and Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass
Spectroscopy in the Measurement of Lead in
Human Bone
251
Admixture and the Growing List of Racial
Categories: Clarity or Confusion for Law
Enforcement (and the Public)
Microscopic Analysis of Sharp Force Trauma
From Knives: A Validation Study
263
Towards a Standardization of Burnt Bone
Analysis: The Use of Micro-Computed
Tomography and 3-Dimensional Imaging to
Assess Morphological Change
Forensic Characteristics of Hand Shape:
Analysis of Individuation Potential and
Sexual Dimorphism Using Geometric
Morphometrics
Playing the “Race” Card Without a Complete
Deck: The Addition of Missing Asian Data to
Aid Racial Determinations in Forensic
Casework
Racial Variation in Palate Form and the
Shape of the Transverse Palatine Suture
78
32
133
486
488
Raymond, David MS*, Greg Crawford, MS, Chris Van Ee,
PhD; and Cynthia Bir, PhD, Wayne State University, 818
West Hancock, Detroit, MI 48201
Rea, Christine N. MA*, Department of Anthropology, Kent
State University, 228 Lowry Hall, Kent, OH; and H.O.
Back, Department of Physics, Virginia Polytechnic
Institute and State University, Robeson Hall, Blacksburg,
VA
Reeves, Keri MS*, and Jill Haslasm, MS, University of
New Haven, 300 Orange Avenue, West Haven, CT 06516;
Shannon Butler-Williams, BS, University of California,
Davis, Department of Anthropology, 1 Shields Avenue,
Davis, CA 95616; and Brandi J. Schmitt, BS, MS*,
University of California, Davis, School of Medicine,
Anatomical Services Division, Davis, CA 95616
Reeves, Nicole M. BA*, Texas State University-San
Marcos, Anthropology Department, 601 University Drive,
San Marcos, TX 78666
Regan, Laura A. MS*, and Anthony B. Falsetti, PhD, C.A.
Pound Human Identification Lab, Department of
Anthropology, University of Florida, PO Box 112545,
Building 114, Gainesville, FL 32611; and Andrew Tyrrell,
PhD, Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command-CIL, 310
Worchester Avenue, Hickam Air Force Base, HI 96853
Regan, Laura A. PhD*, Armed Forced Medical Examiner
System, 1413 Research Boulevard, Building 102, Rockville,
MD 20850; Anthony B. Falsetti, PhD, C.A. Pound Human
Identification Lab, University of Florida, PO Box 103615,
1376 Mowry Road, Gainesville, FL 32601; and Andrew
Tyrrell, PhD, Joint POW/MIA Accounting CommandCentral Identification Laboratory, 310 Worchester Avenue,
Hickam AFB, HI 96853
Reineke, Robin MA*, The University of Arizona, School of
Anthropology, 1009 East South Campus Drive, Tucson, AZ
85721; and Bruce E. Anderson, PhD, Pima County Office
of the Medical Examiner, 2825 East District Street,
Tucson, AZ 85714
Renke, Sophia G.D. MA*, Faculty of Law, University of
Alberta, Edmonton, AB T6G 2H5, CANADA; Mary H.
Manhein, MA, Department of Geography & Anthropology,
Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA 70803; and
Sibel Bargu-Ates, PhD, Department of Oceanography and
Coastal Sciences, 1235 Energy, Coast and Environment,
Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA 70803
Rennick, Stephanie L. BS*, Michigan State University,
Forensic Science Program, School of Criminal Justice, 560
Baker Hall, East Lansing, MI 48824; Todd W. Fenton,
PhD, Michigan State University, Department of
Anthropology and Forensic Science Program, Baker Hall,
East Lansing, MI 48824; David R. Foran, PhD, Michigan
State University, Forensic Science Program, School of
Criminal Justice and Department of Zoology, 560 Baker
Hall, East Lansing, MI 48824
Index 181
Biomechanics of Blunt Ballistic Impacts to
the Head and Fracture Specific Injury Criteria
Development
Determining Postmortem Interval: A
Preliminary Examination of Postmortem
Thorium, Actinium, and Radium Isotopes in
Bone
276
An Assessment of Tissue Depth
Measurement Tables Used for Facial
Reconstruction/Reproduction
425
Taphonomic Effects of Vulture Scavenging
234
Isotopic Determination of Region of Origin in
Modern Peoples: Applications for
Identification of U.S. War-Dead From the
Vietnam Conflict
379
Isotopic Determination of Region of Origin in
Modern Peoples: Applications for
Identification of U.S. War-Dead From the
Vietnam Conflict II
327
Sociocultural Factors in the Identification of
Undocumented Migrants
99
Using Algae to Estimate Postmortem
Submersion Interval in a Louisiana Bayou
59
The Effects of Skeletal Preparation
Techniques on DNA From Human and
Nonhuman Bone
434
599
Reveal, Malina L. MSc*, PO Box 4493, Chico, CA 95927;
and Ian Hanson, MSc, Bournemouth University, Room
C136, Christchurch House, Talbott Campus, Fern Barrow,
Poole, BH12 5BB, UNITED KINGDOM
Reveco*, Isabel Association for Latin American Forensic
Anthropology, c/o EAAF, 10 Jay Street #502, Brooklyn, NY
11201
Rezos, Mary M. BA*, 12644 Victoria Place Circle,
Apartment 7216, Orlando, FL 32828; John J. Schultz,
PhD, University of Central Florida, Department of
Anthropology, 4000 Central Florida Boulevard, Orlando,
FL 32816; and Ronald A. Murdock, MFS, and Stephen A.
Smith, BS, Orange County Sheriff’s Office, 2500 W
Colonial Drive, Orlando, FL 32804
Rhode, Matthew PhD*, JPAC-CIL, 310 Worchester
Avenue, Building 45, Hickam, AFB, HI 96853
Rhode, Matthew PhD*, JPAC-CIL, 310 Worchester
Avenue, Building 45, Hickam, AFB, HI 96853
Ridgely, Ariana P. BA*, Department of Anthropology, New
York University, 25 Waverly Place, New York, NY 10003
Rizvic, Adnan MA*; Azra Aljić, MSc; Djordje Badza, BsC;
Damir Bolić, BsC; Goran Jotanović, BsC; Muris Pucić,
BsC; Amir Mandzuka, PhD; Zoran Cvijanović, PhD; Edin
Jasaragić, BA, Zlatan Bajunović, Cheryl Katzmarzyk, MA,
Kerry-Ann Martin, MSc, Sharna Daley, MSc, Reneé
Kosalka, MA, René Huel, BA, Tony Donlon, BSc, and
Thomas Parsons, PhD, Forensic Sciences International
Commission on Missing Persons, 45A Alipasina, Sarajevo,
71000, BOSNIA-HERZEGOVINA
Rodriguez III, William C. PhD*, Armed Forces Medical
Examiner, 1413 Research Boulevard, Building 102,
Rockville, MD 20850
Rodriguez III, William C. PhD*, Armed Forces Medical
Examiner, 1413 Research Boulevard, Building 102,
Rockville, MD 20850; Tasha Z. Greenburg, MD,
University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, 5323
Harry Hines Boulevard, Dallas, TX 7530; and David R.
Fowler, MD, Office of the Chief Medical Examiner, 111
Penn Street, Baltimore, MD 21201
Rodriguez III, William C. PhD*, Armed Forces Medical
Examiner’s Office, 1413 Research Boulevard, Building
102, Rockville, MD 20850
Rodriguez III, William C. PhD*, Office of the Armed
Forces Medical Examiner, 1413 Research Boulevard,
Building 102, Rockville, MD 20850
Rodriguez III, William C. PhD*, Office of the Armed
Forces Medical Examiner, 1413 Research Boulevard,
Building 102, Rockville, MD 21771
Rodriguez III, William C. PhD*, Office of the Armed
Forces Medical Examiner, 16465 Old Frederick Road,
Building 102, Rockville, MD 20850
Index 182
Protocol for Objective Evidentiary
Photography in Forensic Anthropology
70
The Development of Forensic Anthropology
in Chile
507
Controlled Research Utilizing Geophysical
Technologies in the Search for Buried
Firearms and Miscellaneous Weapons
223
Skeletal Trauma Patterns in a Vietnam-Era
Aircraft Loss: Part I - Lower Extremities
Sex Discrimination Using Patellar
Measurements: Method and Validation Study
Microscopic Characteristics of Hacking
Trauma on Bone: The Potential for
Interpretation and Identification
An Innovative Software Solution for Large
Scale Forensic Identification Efforts
7
Living With Corpses: Case Report of
Psychological Impairment and Neglect,
Leading to the Death of Two Women
Infanticide and Unclear Law: The Death of
Four Infants
149
Mama Mia! Murder and Disposal of a Corpse
in a Pizza Oven
79
The Impact of High Speed-High Resolution
Three Dimensional CT Scans on Forensic
Anthropology
Methods and Techniques for Sorting
Commingled Remains: Anthropological and
Physical Attributes
Odd Man Out: Separation and Identification
of Terrorist Remains in Suicidal Bombings
403
19
298
142
34
440
398
Rodriguez III, William C. PhD*, Office of the Armed
Forces Medical Examiner, Armed Forces Institute of
Pathology, 1413 Research Boulevard. Building 102,
Rockville, MD
Rodriguez III, William C. PhD*, Office of the Armed
Forces Medical Examiner, Armed Forces Institute of
Pathology, 1413 Research Boulevard. Building 102,
Rockville, MD
Rodriguez III, William C. PhD*, Office of the Armed
Forces Medical Examiner, Armed Forces Institute of
Pathology, Washington, DC
Ross, Ann H. PhD*, and Anthony B. Falsetti, PhD, C.A.
Pound Human Identification Laboratory, University of
Florida, Gainesville, FL; Dennis E. Slice, PhD,
Department of Ecology & Evolution, State University of
New York, Stony Brook, NY; and Douglas H. Ubelaker,
PhD, Department of Anthropology, NMNH, Smithsonian
Institution, Washington, DC
Ross, Ann H. PhD*, C.A. Pound Human Identification
Laboratory, P.O. Box 112545, Gainesville, FL; and Bruce
Broce, MA*, Comision de la Verdad de Panama, Edificio
No. 37, Panama
Ross, Ann H. PhD*, Department of Sociology and
Anthropology, North Carolina State University, Campus
Box 8107, Raleigh, NC 27695- 8107; Loreto S. Silva,
Director of Anthropology, Comision de la Verdad de
Panama, Balboa, Republic of Panama; Kathryn M.
Jemmott, MA, C.A. Pound Human ID Laboratory,
University of Florida, Gainesville, FL 32611; Lazaro M.
Cotes, Comision de la Verdad de Panama, Balboa,
Republic of Panama
Ross, Ann H. PhD*, North Carolina State University,
Department of Sociology & Anthropology, Campus Box
8107, Raleigh, NC 27695-8107; and Erin H. Kimmerle,
PhD*, University of South Florida, Department of
Anthropology, 4202 East Fowler, Soc 107, Tampa, FL
33820
Ross, Ann H. PhD*, North Carolina State University,
Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Campus Box
8107, Raleigh, NC 27695- 8107; Dennis E. Slice, PhD,
Wake Forest University, School of Medicine, Department
of Biomedical Engineering, Division of Radiologic
Sciences, Winston-Salem, NC 27157; and José V. Pachar,
MD, Morgue Judicial, Instituto de Medicina Legal,
Panama-Ancon, Panama
Index 183
The Pits: Recovery and Examination of
Skeletonized Remains From a Concrete
Filled-Fire Pit
601
Accident, Suicide, or Homicide: A Case
Study Involving the Investigation of
Skeletonized and Bear-Scavenged Remains
606
Attack on the Pentagon: The Role of Forensic
Anthropology in the Examination and
Identification of Victims and Remains of the
‘9/11’ Terrorist Attack
Population-Specific Identification Criteria for
Cuban Americans in South Florida
572
In Search of Floyd Britton: Investigations of
Human Rig