Year of Award
Master of Arts (MA)
Anthropology (Forensic Anthropology Option)
Department or School/College
Dr. Randall Skelton
Dr. Katherine Baca, Dr. Meradeth Snow, Dr. Mark Heirigs
University of Montana
This report consists of an inventory of the skeletal remains of case #20-100, assessment of the minimum number of individuals (MNI), a biological profile if possible, and a literature review of the use of DNA in ancestry estimations. The skeletal remains are consistent with an MNI of one. The remains are likely from a male individual, and skeletal features display a mixture of European and Asian characteristics. The individual is estimated to be between of 25-35 years old with an estimated stature of between 5’1” and 5’6”.
Copeland, Megan, "A COMPREHENSIVE FORENSIC CASE REPORT FOR THE BONNER COUNTY CORONER CASE #20-100" (2021). Graduate Student Theses, Dissertations, & Professional Papers. 11814.
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