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TitleSoil analysis in forensic taphonomy [electronic resource] : chemical and biological effects of buried human remains / edited by Mark Tibbett and David O. Carter
Imprint Boca Raton : CRC Press, c2008
Connect tohttp://marc.crcnetbase.com/isbn/9781420069921
Descript xii, 340 p., [12] p. of plates : ill. (some col.)

CONTENT

Nature, distribution, and origin of soil materials in the forensic comparison of soils / Robert W. Fitzpatrick -- Cadaver decomposition and soil: processes / David O. Carter and Mark Tibbett -- The role of soil organisms in terrestrial decomposition / David W. Hopkins -- Soil fungi associated with graves and latrines: towards a forensic mycology / Naohiko Sagara, Takashi Yamanaka, and Mark Tibbett -- The role of invertebrates in terrestrial decomposition: forensic applications / Ian R. Dadour and Michelle L. Harvey -- The decomposition of hair in the buried body environment / Andrew S. Wilson -- The decomposition of materials associated with buried cadavers / Robert C. Janaway -- Decomposition chemistry in a burial environment / Shari L. Forbes -- Potential determinants of postmortem and postburial interval of buried remains / Shari L. Forbes -- Principles and methodologies of measuring microbial activity and biomass in soil / Phil Brookes -- Methods of characterizing and fingerprinting soils for forensic application / Lorna A. Dawson ... [et al.]


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