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Forensic Science Communications, Table of Contents, July 2001

Forensic Science Communications, Table of Contents, July 2001

July 2001 - Volume 3 - Number 3


Research and Technology

Digital Rectification and Resizing Correction of Photographic Bite Mark Evidence

C. Michael Bowers and Raymond J. Johansen

Genotype Profiles for Five Population Groups at the Short Tandem Repeat Loci D2S1338 and D19S433

Bruce Budowle

Population Data on the STR Loci D2S1338 and D19S433

Bruce Budowle, Patrick J. Collins, Pero Dimsoski, Constance K. Ganong, Lori K. Hennessy, Craig S. Leibelt, Sulekha Rao-Coticone, Farideh Shadravan, and Dennis J. Reeder

Poly(Trimethylene Terephthalate): A “New” Type of Polyester Fiber

Max M. Houck, Rebecca A. Huff, Preston C. Lowe, and Ronald E. Menold

Predicting Growth in the Aging Craniofacial Skeleton

Christopher S. Milner, Richard A. Neave, and Caroline M. Wilkinson

Standards and Guidelines

Definitions and Guidelines for the Use of Imaging Technologies in the Criminal Justice System (Version 2.2 – December 7, 2000)

Scientific Working Group on Imaging Technologies (SWGIT)

Trace Evidence Proficiency Testing Guidelines

Scientific Working Group for Materials Analysis (SWGMAT)

Training Update

Specialized Forensic Science Training Program: Year-End Update and Planning for FY 2002

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