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Forensic Science International, ISSN 0379-0738, 2015, Volume 257, pp. e16 - e19
Highlights • The remains of the rodent Microtus pinetorum were found inside a human skull. • The human skeleton bore characteristic rodent gnawing consistent... 
Pathology | Forensic anthropology | Microtus pinetorum | Rodent | Woodland vole | Taphonomy | MEDICINE, LEGAL | ARTIFACTS | BONE | SOFT-TISSUE | Young Adult | Bone and Bones - pathology | Animals | Humans | Massachusetts | Arvicolinae | Forensic Anthropology | Adult | Feeding Behavior | Female | Postmortem Changes | Skull | Human remains (Archaeology) | Research | Bones | Human remains | Rodents | Nesting | Human | Cranium | Alterations | Forensic science | Woodlands | Grooves
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Forensic Science International, ISSN 0379-0738, 2015, Volume 248, pp. e1 - e7
Highlights • A Santería/Palo Mayombe ritual cauldron ( nganga ) is described. • The nganga was found abandoned in water in western Massachusetts. • The nganga... 
Pathology | Santería | Palo Mayombe | Cauldron | Forensic | Nganga | VODUN | MEDICINE, LEGAL | Santeria | Bone and Bones | Animals | Ceremonial Behavior | Humans | Massachusetts | Religion | Adult | Forensic Sciences | Male | Skull | Palo | Human remains (Archaeology) | Research | Native Americans | Antiquities | Spirituality | Murders & murder attempts | Urban areas | Criminal investigations | Human remains | Native religions | Human | Jurisdiction | Artifacts | Origins | Forensic engineering | Beads | Stone
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Journal of Forensic Identification, ISSN 0895-173X, 11/2015, Volume 65, Issue 6, pp. 953 - 984
  The present research examines a sample (n=25) of human bone cases that were recovered from the shoreline or ocean waters near Massachusetts, United States,... 
Bones | Decomposition | Criminal investigations | Human remains | Forensic sciences
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Journal of Forensic Sciences, ISSN 0022-1198, 11/2018, Volume 63, Issue 6, pp. 1661 - 1672
Criminal dismemberment is accomplished using a variety of tools and frequently used to dispose or facilitate the transport of human remains in an attempt to... 
forensic science | forensic anthropology | dismemberment | reciprocating saws | skeletal trauma | sharp force trauma | MEDICINE, LEGAL | HACKING TRAUMA | MEDICINE | CARTILAGE | CHAIN SAW | BONE | SUICIDE | SHARP-FORCE TRAUMA | CIRCULAR-SAW | SAW MARKS | Medical colleges | White-tailed deer | Analysis | Forensic sciences
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Journal of Forensic Sciences, ISSN 0022-1198, 01/2016, Volume 61, Issue S1, pp. S71 - S81
A sample of 49 cases of cemetery remains received at the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner, Massachusetts (OCME‐MA), in Boston was compared with published... 
forensic science | taphonomy | cemetery remains | forensic anthropology | coffin wear | skeletal preservation | Coffin wear | Forensic anthropology | Skeletal preservation | Forensic science | Cemetery remains | Taphonomy | AMERICA | RECOGNITION | MEDICINE, LEGAL | TANNINS | ARCHAEOLOGY
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Forensic Science International, ISSN 0379-0738, 02/2018, Volume 283, pp. 200 - 210
•Staining is used to determine the significance of remains and potentially the PMI.•Staining varied with the soil burial, wood burial, and surface deposition... 
Organic staining | Munsell Soil Color Charts | Taphonomy | MEDICINE, LEGAL | CEMETERY | TANNINS | Tannic acid | Organic matter | Forensic science | Wood | Forensic engineering | Terrestrial environments | Porous materials | Color | Staining | Excavation | Exposure | Human remains | Leaching | Archaeology | Soils | Tannins | Cemeteries | Autopsy | Data collection | Bones
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Journal of Forensic Sciences, ISSN 0022-1198, 09/2017, Volume 62, Issue 5, pp. 1266 - 1278
Cranial remains retained from fallen enemies are commonly referred to as “trophy skulls,” and many such crania were acquired as souvenirs by U.S.... 
forensic science | WWII | taphonomy | Vietnam | forensic anthropology | trophy skulls | UNITED-STATES | CRANIA | MEDICINE, LEGAL | HEADS | HUMAN REMAINS | WAR | IDENTIFICATION | PREHISTORIC CENTRAL CALIFORNIA | ARTIFACTS | DEAD | PERU | Comparative analysis | Forensic sciences
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Journal of Forensic Sciences, ISSN 0022-1198, 01/2016, Volume 61, Issue S1, pp. S184 - S189
Human fetal skeletal elements of different gestational ages were screened with multiple mesh sizes (6.4 mm [1/4 inch], 3.2 mm [1/8 inch], 2.0 mm, and 1.0 mm)... 
taphonomy | screening | forensic anthropology | mesh size | forensic science | recovery methods | fetal skeletal remains | Screening | Forensic anthropology | Forensic science | Fetal skeletal remains | Recovery methods | Mesh size | Taphonomy | BIASES | MEDICINE, LEGAL | SEX | DEATH | PRESERVATION | INFANTICIDE | SCREEN SIZE
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Journal of Forensic Sciences, ISSN 0022-1198, 01/2017, Volume 62, Issue 1, pp. 67 - 73
Agricultural activity is a worldwide taphonomic process and can present unique challenges in the recovery of buried remains. Previous research has been mostly... 
agriculture | taphonomy | forensic anthropology | plowing | forensic science | dispersal | forensic archeology | juvenile remains | MEDICINE, LEGAL | SOIL | SITE LOCATION CHOICE | Burial | Bone and Bones | Animals | Swine | Humans | Forensic Anthropology | Agriculture | Archaeology | Excavations (Archaeology) | Forensic sciences
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Journal of Forensic Sciences, ISSN 0022-1198, 01/2017, Volume 62, Issue 1, pp. 50 - 66
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Scientific Reports, ISSN 2045-2322, 10/2015, Volume 5, Issue 1, p. 15120
Malapa is one of the richest early hominin sites in Africa and the discovery site of the hominin species, Australopithecus sediba. The holotype and paratype... 
SOUTH-AFRICA | AUSTRALOPITHECUS-SEDIBA | DIAGNOSIS | MAMMAL BONE | PLEISTOCENE | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | EAGLE PREDATION | BRIEF COMMUNICATION | STERKFONTEIN | TAPHONOMY | ACCUMULATION | Animals | Paleontology | Africa | Bone and Bones - injuries | Fossils | Hominidae | Mandible | Fractures | Predation | Trauma | Physical characteristics
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