A study on the discrimination of human skeletons using X-ray fluorescence and chemometric tools in chemical anthropology.

@article{GonzlezRodrguez2013ASO,
  title={A study on the discrimination of human skeletons using X-ray fluorescence and chemometric tools in chemical anthropology.},
  author={J. Gonzalo Gonz{\'a}lez-Rodr{\'i}guez and George Fowler},
  journal={Forensic science international},
  year={2013},
  volume={231 1-3},
  pages={407.e1-6}
}
Forensic anthropological investigations are often restricted in their outcomes by the resources allocated to them, especially in terms of positively identifying the victims exhumed from commingled mass graves. Commingled mass graves can be defined as those graves that contain a number of disarticulated human remains from different individuals that have been mixed by either natural processes or human interventions. The research developed aimed to apply the technique of non-destructive XRF… CONTINUE READING

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