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Modern Advances in the Technological Approach to Disaster Victim Identification (DVI)

A special issue by Forensic Sciences Research (FSR)

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Guest Editor: Prof. Peter Ellis, Griffith University & Chair of the Pathology and Anthropology Sub-group of the INTERPOL Disaster Victim Identification Working Group

Modern advances in disaster victim identificationPeter Ellis
Digital capture of fingerprints in a disaster victim identification setting: a review and case studyBryan T. Johnson & John A. J. M. Riemen
The role of forensic anthropology in disaster victim identification (DVI): recent developments and future prospectsHans H. de Boer, Soren Blau et al.
Forensic odontology in DVI: current practice and recent advancesAlex Forrest
DNA identification of compromised samples with massive parallel sequencingAndreas Tillmar, Ida Grandell et al.
Forensic geophysics: ground penetrating radar (GPR) techniques and missing persons investigationsPier Matteo Barone & Rosa Maria Di Maggio

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Forensic Sciences Research (FSR) is a fully open access journal, dedicated to advancing research in the Forensic Sciences. Topics covered include: forensic pathology, clinical forensic medicine, forensic psychiatry, forensic toxicology and chemistry (including drugs, alcohol, etc.), forensic biology (including the identification of hairs and fibers), forensic genetics, criminalistics and more.
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Forensic Sciences Research

Forensic Sciences Research is published by the Academy of Forensic Science in China. FSR strives for an international authorship and publishes original research across a broad scope in the field of forensic sciences.

Language: en-UK

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