Crime Scene Creatures
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WEB SITES

American Board of Forensic Entomology

http://www.research.missouri.edu/entomology/

Learn more about the science, history, and case studies in the realm of forensic entomology.

Crime Scene Investigator Training

http://www.crime-scene-investigator.net/csi-training.html

Learn how to prepare for and find a job in CSI on this site.

Crime Scene Online

http://www.crimescene.com

Review evidence, interviews, and other documents from fictional cases and discuss them with fellow Web investigators on this interactive site.

Death Online

http://www.deathonline.net/decomposition/index.htm

Browse this site to find out more about the corpse fauna and other natural processes that take over after death.

Dr. Gail Anderson

http://www.sfu.ca/~ganderso/

Learn about Dr. Anderson’s role in the exciting world of forensics.

Dr. M. Lee Goff

http://www.chaminade.edu/csi/index.php?pg=content_leeGoffBio.html

Meet Dr. Goff and learn more about his work in forensic entomology.

Dr. Lynn Milne

http://science.uniserve.edu.au/faces/milne/milne.html

Get to know forensic palynologist Dr. Lynne Milne and how she is helping to solve crime through pollen.

Forensic Anthropology Center

http://web.utk.edu/~anthrop/index.htm

Unearth the details of forensic anthropology through this center founded by Dr. Bill Bass of The Body Farm.

Forensic Entomology

http://www.forensic-entomology.com/

Dive into this comprehensive site to learn more about how a forensic entomologist can aid in a death investigation.

Forensic Pages

http://www.shambles.net/pages/learning/ScienceP/forensic/

Explore more forensic science links on this site.

Forest Products Laboratory

http://www.fpl.fs.fed.us/aboutus.html

Learn more about wood anatomy and its role in forensics through the nation’s leading wood research institute.

International Crime Scene Investigators Association

http://www.icsia.org/

Search this site for great information on becoming a crime scene investigator, as well as useful professional links and job listings.

Visible Proofs

http://www.nlm.nih.gov/visibleproofs/

Explore significant cases, technologies, and people that have had an impact on the history of forensic medicine.

BOOKS

Bass, Bill, and Jon Jefferson. DEATH’S ACRE: INSIDE THE LEGENDARY FORENSIC LAB, THE BODY FARM WHERE THE DEAD DO TELL TALES. New York: Putnam, 2003.

Erzinclioglu, Zakaria. MAGGOTS, MURDER, AND MEN: MEMORIES AND REFLECTIONS OF A FORENSIC ENTOMOLOGIST. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 2000.

Evans, Colin. THE CASEBOOK OF FORENSIC DETECTION: HOW SCIENCE SOLVED 100 OF THE WORLD’S MOST BAFFLING CRIMES. New York: Wiley, 1998.

Genge, N. E. THE FORENSIC CASEBOOK: THE SCIENCE OF CRIME SCENE INVESTIGATION. New York: Ballantine, 2002.

Goff, M. Lee. A FLY FOR THE PROSECUTION: HOW INSECT EVIDENCE HELPS SOLVE CRIMES. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2001.

Greenberg, B., and J. C. Kunich. ENTOMOLOGY AND THE LAW: FLIES AS FORENSIC INDICATORS. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2002.

Lyle, Douglas P. FORENSICS FOR DUMMIES. New York: Wiley, 2004.

Manheim, Mary. THE BONE LADY: LIFE AS A FORENSIC ANTHROPOLOGIST. New York: Penguin, 1999.

Milne, Lynne. GRAIN OF TRUTH: HOW POLLEN EVIDENCE BROUGHT A MURDERER TO JUSTICE. New South Wales: New Holland, 2005.

Walker, Maryalice. ENTOMOLOGY AND PALYNOLOGY: EVIDENCE FROM THE NATURAL WORLD. Broomall, PA, Mason Crest, 2005.

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