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Contents - Forensic Science Communications - October 2006

Contents - Forensic Science Communications - October 2006

October 2006 - Volume 8 - Number 4


Research and Technology Transparent  

Training and Testing Explosive Detection Dogs in Detecting Triacetone Triperoxide

Adee Schoon
Sebastian Götz
Martijn Heuven
Martin Vogel
Uwe Karst

Identification and Estimation of Methaqualone in Toffee Samples Using Gas Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry, Fourier Transform Infrared Spectrometry, and High-Performance Thin-Layer Chromatography

Dilip Kumar Kuila
Baijayanta Muhkopadhyay
S. C. Lahiri


Standards and Guidelines

TransparentScientific Working Group on Dogs and Orthogonal Detection Guidelines: General Guidelines for Training, Certification, Maintenance, and Documentation

Scientific Working Group on Dogs and Orthogonal Detection Guidelines (SWGDOG)


Book Review

Shooting Incident Reconstruction

Lucien C. Haag
Reviewed by Douglas P. Murphy

Short Communications  

FBI Laboratory Specialized Training Program

Cynthia Van Landingham

National Academy of Sciences Presentations Online TransparentRequest for Reviewers

Meetings and Conferences Transparent Transparent

To Meetings and Conferences Page

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