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Standards for Data Collection from Human Skeletal Remains

@inproceedings{Buikstra1994StandardsFD,
  title={Standards for Data Collection from Human Skeletal Remains},
  author={Jane E. Buikstra and Douglas H Ubelaker},
  year={1994}
}
Course Description and Goals: In this hands-on laboratory course, we will take an in-depth study of the human skeleton as a dynamic, living system. We will examine each bone, with a review of normal and abnormal variations. In the course of this examination, we will cover bone biology, growth and development, and anatomy. You will learn how to record osteological observations and apply this knowledge to make determinations about age, sex, stature, and pathological conditions. We will also… 

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