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Type: Journal article
Title: Global developments in forensic geology
Author: Di Maggio, R.
Donnelly, L.
Al Naimi, K.
Barone, P.
Da Silva Salvador, F.
Dawson, L.
Dixon, R.
Fitzpatrick, R.
Gradusova, O.
Nesterina, E.
Peleneva, M.
Ushacova, O.
Gallego, C.
Pirrie, D.
Ruffell, A.
McKinley, J.
Sagripanti, G.
Villalba, D.
Schneck, B.
Sugita, R.
et al.
Citation: Episodes, 2017; 40(2):120-131
Publisher: Geological Society of Korea
Issue Date: 2017
ISSN: 0705-3797
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Rosa Maria Di Maggio, Laurance J. Donnelly, Khudooma Saeed Al Naimi, Pier Matteo Barone, Fabio Augusto Da Silva Salvador, Lorna Dawson, Roger Dixon, Rob Fitzpatrick, Olga Gradusova, Ekaterina Nesterina, Marina Peleneva, Olga Ushacova, Carlos Martin Molina Gallego, Duncan Pirrie, Alastair Ruffell, Jennifer McKinley, Gullermo Sagripanti, Diego Villalba, Bill Schneck, Ritsuko Sugita, Grant Wach, Ricardo Silva, and Shari Forbes
Abstract: Forensic geology has developed in each country dependent on the history, political and social setting, anthropological influences and geology. The aim of this section is to provide a global overview of forensic geology, including the history, developments and future challenges in Africa, Asia, Australia, Canada, Europe, Middle East, Latin America and the Caribbean, Russia and Commonwealth Independent States (CIS), and USA.
Rights: © International Union of Geological Sciences, All Rights Reserved. Published by the Geological Society of Korea, Seoul 06130, Republic of Korea
RMID: 0030072755
DOI: 10.18814/epiiugs/2017/v40i2/017014
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