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Forensic Science Communications - January 2004 - Table of Contents

Forensic Science Communications - January 2004 - Table of Contents

January 2004 - Volume 6 - Number 1


Research and Technology 

Microscopy of Hair Part 1: A Practical Guide and Manual for Human Hairs

Douglas W. Deedrick and Sandra L. Koch

A Survey of Tissue-Depth Landmarks for Facial Approximation

Rebecca E. Brown
Timothy P. Kelliher
Peter H. Tu
Wesley D. Turner
Michael A. Taister
Kevin W. P. Miller

Wounding Power of .315/8mm Bullets Fired Through Glass Windowpanes   

Narayan P. Waghmare
Anandamoy Manna
Mottamari S. Rao

Book Review 

Guide to Computer Forensics and Investigation   

Bill Nelson
Reviewed by Gary C. Kessler

Short Communications 

The FBI Visiting Scientist Program

The FBI Selects Four Regional DNA Laboratories

Meetings and Conferences 

To Meetings and Conferences Page

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