Adams, Bradley J.

Recovery, Analysis, and Identification of Commingled Human Remains

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Table of contents

1. Methodology in Commingling Analysis: An Historical Overview
Douglas H. Ubelaker

2. Spatial Analysis of Mass Grave Mapping Data to Assist in the Reassociation of Disarticulated and Commingled Human Remains
Hugh Tuller, Ute Hofmeister, Sharna Daley

3. Pieces of the Puzzle: FBI Evidence Response Team pproaches to Scenes with Commingled Evidence
Gary W. Reinecke, Michael J. Hochrein

4. Commingled Remains and Human Rights Investigations
Sof´a Egaña, Silvana Turner, Mercedes Doretti, Patricia Bernardi, Anah´ Ginarte

5. Anthropological Investigations of the Tri-State rematorium Incident
Dawnie Wolfe Steadman, Kris Sperry, Frederick Snow, Laura Fulginiti, Emily Craig

6. Approaches to Commingling Issues in Archeological Samples: A Case Study from Roman Era Tombs in Greece
Douglas H. Ubelaker, Joseph L. Rife

7. Anthropologist-Directed Triage: Three Distinct Mass Fatality Events Involving Fragmentation of Human Remains
Amy Z. Mundorff

8. The Use of Radiology in Mass Fatality Events
Mark D. Viner

9. Detection of Commingling in Cremated Human Remains
Michael Warren

10. Models and Methods for Osteometric Sorting
John E. Byrd

11. Patterns of Epiphyseal Union and Their Use in the Detection and Sorting of Commingled Remains
Maureen Schaefer

12. How Many People? Determining the Number of Individuals Represented by Commingled Human Remains
Bradley J. Adams, Lyle W. Konigsberg

13. Assessment of Commingled Human Remains Using a GIS-Based Approach
Nicholas P. Herrmann, Joanne Bennett Devlin

14. The Application of Traditional Anthropological Methods in a DNA-Led Identification Process
Laura Yazedjian, Rifat Kešetović

15. Marrying Anthropology and DNA: Essential for Solving Complex Commingling Problems in Cases of Extreme Fragmentation
Amy Z. Mundorff, Robert Shaler, Erik Bieschke, Elaine Mar-Cash

16. Sorting and Identifying Commingled Remains of U.S. War Dead: The Collaborative Roles of JPAC and AFDIL
Franklin E. Damann, Suni M. Edson

17. Resolving Commingling Issues During the Medicolegal Investigation of Mass Fatality Incidents
Elias J. Kontanis, Paul S. Sledzik

18. Data Management and Commingled Remains at Mass Fatality Incidents (MFIs)
Michael Hennessey

Keywords: Medicine & Public Health, Forensic Medicine, Pathology, Anthropology

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