forensic anthropology


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forensic anthropology

[fə¦ren·sik ‚an·thrə′päl·ə·jē]
(forensic science)
The application of physical anthropology theory and techniques to answering legal questions involving human skeletal identification and analysis.
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After months of investigations the skull was submitted to Dr Caroline Wilkinson, of the University of Dundee, a specialist in forensic anthropology, to create an image of how the woman would have looked.
The FBI's Laboratory Division is pleased to announce a new service: forensic anthropology, the analysis of human skeletal remains in a medico-legal context.
It would seem highly unlikely that this individual was attacked by a tiger as he was walking home," said Michael Wysocki, a lecturer in forensic anthropology and archaeology who studied the skeletons.
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Presented at the annual meeting of the Midwest Bioarchaeology and Forensic Anthropology Association, Springfield, Illinois, 2006.
This is the University of Tennessee Forensic Anthropology Center or--as it is more commonly referred to--the Body Farm.
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