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Skeletal Trauma: Identification of Injuries Resulting from Human Rights Abuse and Armed Conflict
An Epidemiological Approach to Forensic Investigations of Violations to International Humanitarian and Human Rights Law International Law and Forensics An Epidemiological Framework for Trauma
Analysis of Age‐at‐Death Estimation Through the Use of Pubic Symphyseal Data *
Abstract:  The question of whether age parameters derived from an American population will reliably estimate age‐at‐death for East European skeletal populations is important since the ability to
Skeletal Estimation and Identification in American and East European Populations *
The question of “local standards” and challenges to the reliability of current anthropological methods for biological profiling in international trials of IHL, as well as the performance of such methods to meet the evidentiary standards used by international tribunals is investigated.
When DNA is Not Available, Can We Still Identify People? Recommendations for Best Practice *
  • J. Baraybar
  • Medicine, Psychology
    Journal of forensic sciences
  • 1 May 2008
Abstract:  Recommendations of best practice to conduct identifications in settings with large numbers of victims and technological limitations are provided, based on a sample of 116 cases in which
Sexing and Stature Estimation Criteria for Balkan Populations
It is argued that equations predicting height obtained from relatives is the most realistic in this case because that is the height to which an estimate obtained from bone lengths will be compared, and it is shown to overestimate actual stature.
Histomorphometric estimation of age in paraffin-embedded ribs: a feasibility study
Estimation of age at death from human bones in legal medicine or in anthropology and archaeology is hampered by controversial results from the various macroscopic and histological techniques. This
Anthropological Study of Nasca Trophy Head
Les donnees de l'etude anthropologique et the comparaison avec un plus grand echantillon recemment revise par Baraybar (1989) sont en faveur of l'hypothese du sacrifice humain plutot that of the decapitation effectuee pendant the bataille, comme soutenu en general dans the litterature.