THE ROLE OF FORENSIC ANTHROPOLOGY IN THE RECOVERY AND ANALYSIS OF BRANCH-DAVIDIAN COMPOUND VICTIMS - RECOVERY PROCEDURES AND CHARACTERISTICS OF THE VICTIMS Article

UBELAKER, DH, OWSLEY, DW, HOUCK, MM et al. (1995). THE ROLE OF FORENSIC ANTHROPOLOGY IN THE RECOVERY AND ANALYSIS OF BRANCH-DAVIDIAN COMPOUND VICTIMS - RECOVERY PROCEDURES AND CHARACTERISTICS OF THE VICTIMS . 40(3), 335-340.

cited authors

  • UBELAKER, DH; OWSLEY, DW; HOUCK, MM; CRAIG, E; GRANT, W; WOLTANSKI, T; FRAM, R; SANDNESS, K; PEERWANI, N

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publication date

  • May 1, 1995

keywords

  • BRANCH DAVIDIAN
  • HUMAN IDENTIFICATION
  • Legal Medicine
  • Life Sciences & Biomedicine
  • Medicine, Legal
  • PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY
  • Science & Technology

start page

  • 335

end page

  • 340

volume

  • 40

issue

  • 3