A COMPREHENSIVE FORENSIC CASE REPORT WITH THE UNIVERSITY OF MONTANA FORENSIC ANTHROPOLOGY LAB UNIVERSITY OF MONTANA FORENSIC CASE #167
Year of Award
Master of Arts (MA)
Anthropology (Forensic Anthropology Option)
Department or School/College
Katherine Baca, Mark Heirigs, Aldo Fusaro
UMFC, Forensic, Ballistic, Pathology, Trauma, Profile
University of Montana
Biological and Physical Anthropology | Other Anthropology
This report consists of an inventory of the skeletal remains of case# 167, assessment of the minimum number of individuals (MNI), a biological profile if possible, and a literature review of the assessment and understanding of ballistic trauma. The skeletal remains are consistent with an MNI of one. The remains are likely from a male individual, and skeletal features are representative of a person of Caucasian ancestry. The individual is estimated to be between of 35-65 years old with an estimated stature of between 5’5” and 5’9”.
Trettin, Tyler J., "A COMPREHENSIVE FORENSIC CASE REPORT WITH THE UNIVERSITY OF MONTANA FORENSIC ANTHROPOLOGY LAB UNIVERSITY OF MONTANA FORENSIC CASE #167" (2022). Graduate Student Theses, Dissertations, & Professional Papers. 11863.
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