Estimating the post-mortem interval of skeletal remains: a taphonomic approach
Determining the post-mortem interval (PMI) of human remains is integral to certain forensic investigations. Reliably estimating the PMI of skeletal remains within a forensic context has been demonstrated to be particularly difficult (Buchan and Anderson 2001; Cattaneo 2007). There is still no definitive way to accurately estimate the PMI of skeletal remains despite the publication of numerous methods. This study used a controlled animal model experiment...[Show more]
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