Modelling the buried human body environment in upland climes using three contrasting field sites.

@article{Wilson2007ModellingTB,
  title={Modelling the buried human body environment in upland climes using three contrasting field sites.},
  author={Andrew S. Wilson and Robert C Janaway and Andrew D. Holland and Hilary I. Dodson and E Ia Baran and A. Mark Pollard and Desmond J. Tobin},
  journal={Forensic science international},
  year={2007},
  volume={169 1},
  pages={6-18}
}
Despite an increasing literature on the decomposition of human remains, whether buried or exposed, it is important to recognise the role of specific microenvironments which can either trigger or delay the rate of decomposition. Recent casework in Northern England involving buried and partially buried human remains has demonstrated a need for a more detailed understanding of the effect of contrasting site conditions on cadaver decomposition and on the microenvironment created within the grave… CONTINUE READING
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