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Encyclopedia of Forensic Sciences

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3rd Edition 2022

Hrsg. v. Max M. Houck

Online

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Elsevier Science

 

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ISBN/ISSN

978-0-12-823678-9


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102260147

Verlagsinformation :: Publisher's information

Back for a new edition, this much-loved reference work once again provides forensic practitioners and professionals with the ideal tool with which to develop and perfect the skills required to successfully analyse crime scenes.

Key features/benefits

  • Truly comprehensive, current information about forensic science
  • A modern structure that reflects how researchers and professionals actually use content
  • Global perspective, including emerging issues like genealogical searches and human rights
  • Expert authors from around the world providing the most up-to-date content
  • Packed with topics that affect forensic science, like legal issues, ethics, and professionalization

What problem does this MRW solve?

People working in forensic medicine, be it students, researchers, instructors, professionals, lawyers, judges, legal professionals or policy makers, need to answer questions that span across specialized fields. Encyclopedia of Forensic Medicine 3e is the market leading comprehensive resource on the topic, solving the user problem of having to consult multiple resources to get the answers required. Authored and edited by world experts in forensics, it is a trustworthy and objective source of information

Important Areas of Coverage:

  • Biological: Anthropology, DNA, Entomology, Genetics, Pathology, Serology, Fingerprints, Biometrics.
  • Chemical: Drugs, Explosives, Fire debris, Materials analysis, Polymers, General chemistry, Microscopy, Instrumental methods, Inks, Development methods (visualization of latent evidence).
  • Physical: Toolmarks, Firearms, Impression evidence, Documents and handwriting, fracture comparisons.
  • Digital: Devices, storage, locations, servers, networks, consumer end-products, black boxes (vehicles, planes, etc.).
  • Professional: Philosophy, ethics, associations, accreditation, certification, licensing, legal issues, admissibility.

New or substantially revised areas in this edition include:

  • Taxonomically structured via sections/topics as opposed to previous A-Z approach
  • Genealogical analysis of crime scenes
  • Use of digital evidence to assess crimes

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