Geological and Soil Evidence: Forensic Applications

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Category Thesis - Honours Date Abstract Many crimes take place under circumstances where geological, soil and botanic materials have the potential to be transferred to individuals and objects. The use of fit-for-purpose geochemical maps and databases however offer a more objective way of statistically evaluating and excluding recovered soil trace evidence from geographical regions than relying on local expertise and heuristic knowledge.

Currently there is limited literature that further develops the integration of forensic intelligence processes in the triaging and examination of recovered soil trace evidence for forensic provenancing. Recent research by Woods et al. Forensic Science International, , pp. The present preliminary study builds upon this research by integrating the proposed Microspectrophotometry MSP procedure for colour determination of the more.

The potential of soil evidence in provenance determination for forensic intelligence applications. Many crimes take place under circumstances where geological, soil and botanic materials have the potential to be transferred to individuals and objects. K Pye and D Croft , pp.

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