Advances in Forensic Taphonomy: Method, Theory, and Archaeological Perspectives
William D. Haglund, Marcella H. Sorg
CRC Press, Jul 30, 2001 - Law - 544 pages
The taphonomic approach within paleontology, archaeology, and paleoanthropology continues to produce advances in understanding postmortem biochemical and morphological transformations. Conversely, advances in understanding the early and intermediate postmortem period generated in the forensic realm can and should be brought to the attention of scie
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