Potential carcass enrichment of the University of Tennessee Anthropology Research Facility: a baseline survey of edaphic features.

@article{Damann2012PotentialCE,
  title={Potential carcass enrichment of the University of Tennessee Anthropology Research Facility: a baseline survey of edaphic features.},
  author={Franklin E Damann and Aphantree Tanittaisong and David O. Carter},
  journal={Forensic science international},
  year={2012},
  volume={222 1-3},
  pages={4-10}
}
The University of Tennessee Anthropology Research Facility (ARF) is known for its unique contribution to forensic science as a site of human decomposition research. Studies conducted at ARF are integral in our understanding of the processes of human decomposition. As such, the authors are interested in the long-term effects of continuous human decomposition on the soil environment. Soil samples collected from within and outside the ARF were evaluated for moisture content, pH, organic content… CONTINUE READING
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