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Forensic Science Communications, Table of Contents, January 2002

Forensic Science Communications, Table of Contents, January 2002

January 2002 - Volume 4 - Number 1


Research and Technology

Forensic Science Update: Gamma-Hydroxybutyrate (GHB)

Carl S. Hornfeldt, Kevin Lothridge, and J. C. Upshaw Downs

The ATF Fire Research Laboratory: A New Forensic Resource for Fire-Scene Investigations

Michael L. Donahue

Reconstructing the Shape of the Nose According to the Skull

Miroslav Prokopec and Douglas H. Ubelaker

Preliminary Study on Facial Soft Tissue Thickness by Magnetic Resonance Imaging in Northwest Indians

Daisy Sahni, Indar Jit, Madhur Gupta, Paramjeet Singh, Sudha Suri, Sanjeev, and Harjinder Kaur

Hair Bibliography for the Forensic Scientist

Max M. Houck

Technical Note

An Unusual Arson Case: Polymer Grains, A Mineral Spirit, Solid Bricks Containing Kerosene, and a Glycolether Used as Fuels

Gino Van Vaerenbergh

Reviews and Editorials

Book Review: Forensic DNA Typing: Biology and Technology Behind STR Markers, by John M. Butler

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Training Update

Forensic Science Virtual Academy

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Meetings and Conferences

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