Collaborators


Sponsored by National Institute of Justice Grant #2005-MU-BX-K078



FORENSIC ANTHROPOLOGY
Ann Ross
Department of Sociology and Anthropology
North Carolina State University




PROGRAMMING AND MORPHOMETRICS
Dennis E. Slice
Department of Scientific Computing
Florida State University

COLLABORATOR
MERGING OF 3D-ID AND COLIPR DATA SETS
Petra Urbanova
Masaryk University
Czech Republic

SPLASH IMAGE
Rob O'Neill
Digital Arts Lab
Pratt Institute


ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
    The authors wish to thank the following individuals for their assistance and cooperation in various ways including providing data: Bruce Anderson (PCOME), Hugo Cardoso (Bocage Museum, Portugal), Greg Berg, Maria Dolores Garralda (Universidad Complutense, Spain), Richard Jantz, Erin Kimmerle, Antonio Martinez, Janet Monge, Jose Vicente Pachar, Juan Carlos Prados (Departmento de Anatomia e Embrologia Humana, Spain, Jose Luis Prieto (Instituto Anatomico Forense, Spain), Rick Snow, Kate Spradley, Doug Ubelaker, Danny Westcott, Shanna Williams, American Museum of Natural History, NMNH, Smithsonian Institution, C.A. Pound Human Identification Lab, Georgia Bureau of Investigation, and the North Carolina Office of the Chief Medical Examiner.

REFERENCES

2014 A.H. Ross, A.R. Hale, D.E. Slice. Logiciel 3D-ID : Morphométrie géométrique pour la détermination du sexe et de l’origine biogéographique, In T. Delabarde and B. Ludes (eds.), Manuel pratique d’Anthropologie médico-légale, Eska, Paris.

2011 A. Humphries, A.H. Ross. Sexual Dimorphism in the Portuguese Population, Anthropologie: International Journal of the Science of Man 49:13-20.

2011  D. Ubelaker, A.H. Ross, K. Zarenko. Dental Disease in Nineteenth Century Spain, Anthropologie International Journal of the Science of Man XLIII3: 273-282.

2011 A.H. Ross, D.H. Ubelaker, E.H. Kimmerle.Implications of Dimorphism, Population Variation, and Secular Change in Estimating Population Affinity in the Iberian Peninsula, Forensic Science International 206:214e1-214e5.

2011  A.H. Ross, M.J. Manneschi.New Identification Criteria for the Chilean Population: Estimation of Sex and Stature, Forensic Science International 204: 206e1-206e3

2008 A.H. Ross, S. Williams.Testing Repeatability and Error of Coordinate Landmark Data Acquired from Crania,”Journal of Forensic Sciences 53: 782-785.

2008 E.H. Kimmerle, A.H. Ross, D.E. Slice.Sexual Dimorphism in America: Geometric Morphometric Analysis of  the Craniofacial Region.” Journal of Forensic Sciences 53: 54-57.

2004  A.H. Ross, D.E. Slice, D.H. Ubelaker, A.B. Falsetti.Population Affinities of 19th Century Cuban Crania: Implications for Identification Criteria of Cuban Americans in South Florida, Journal of  Forensic Sciences 49:11-16.







 




 







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