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Forensic Science Communications, Table of Contents, April 2001

Forensic Science Communications, Table of Contents, April 2001

April 2001 - Volume 3 - Number 2


Research and Technology

Analysis of Anions by Capillary Electrophoresis and Ion Chromatography for Forensic Applications

Mark L. Miller, Janet M. Doyle, Rip A. Lee, and Robert Gillette

Handwriting, Typewriting, Shoeprints, and Tire Treads: FBI Laboratory’s Questioned Document Unit

Dorothy-Anne E. Held

Interactive CD-ROM Proficiency Testing and Training: Learning From Experience

Wayne Ashley

Modeling Age, Obesity, and Ethnicity in a Computerized 3-D Facial Reconstruction

Martin P. Evison

Training Update

FY 2001 Specialized Forensic Science Training Program Course Schedule

Jane M. Homeyer

Meetings and Conferences

Teaser for April 2001 FSC

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