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Bone Remodeling, Histomorphology, and Histomorphometry; Sam D. Stout and Christian Crowder

Growth and Development: Morphology, Mechanisms, and Abnormalities; James H. Gosman

Making the Mold: A Microstructural Perspective on Bone Modeling during Growth and Mechanical Adaptation; Corey M. Maggiano

Histological Features of Dental Hard Tissues and Their Utility in Forensic Anthropology; Debbie Guatelli-Steinberg and Michaela Huffman

Differentiating Human from Nonhuman Bone Microstructure; Dawn M. Mulhern and Douglas H. Ubelaker

Histological Age-at-Death Estimation; Margaret Streeter

Interpreting Load History in Limb-Bone Diaphyses: Important Considerations and Their Biomechanical Foundations; John G. Skedros

Bone Fracture: Biomechanics and Risk; Amanda M. Agnew and John H. Bolte IV

Histotaphonomy; Lynne S. Bell

Light Microscopic Analysis of Macerated Pathologically Changed Bones; Michael Schultz

Histological Analyses of Human Bone from Archaeological Contexts; Susan Pfeiffer and Deborrah Pinto

Bone Histology Collections of the National Museum of Health and Medicine; Brian F. Spatola, Franklin E. Damann, and Bruce D. Ragsdale

The Melbourne Femur Collection: How a Forensic and Anthropological Collection Came to Have Broader Applications; C. David L. Thomas John G. Clement

The Histology Laboratory and Principles of Microscope Instrumentation; Helen Cho

Technological Developments in the Analysis of Cortical Bone Histology: The Third Dimension and Its Potential in Anthropology; David M. L. Cooper, C. David L. Thomas, and John G. Clement

About the Author

Christian M. Crowder is currently the Deputy Director of Forensic Anthropology for the Office of Chief Medical Examiner in New York City and a board certified forensic anthropologist. He is also an adjunct lecturer at Pace University, holds a faculty position at the New York University Medical Center and an affiliation with the NYU Anthropology Department. In his present position with the OCME, Dr. Crowder assists with anthropology casework in the five boroughs of New York City. Sam D. Stout is currently professor of Anthropology in the Department of Anthropology at the Ohio State University, and professor emeritus of the University of Missouri Department of Anthropology. His research and teaching interests are in skeletal biology, particularly from a microscopic (histomorphological) perspective, and its applications in bioarachaeology and forensic anthropology. He is a Fellow of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences and the American Association for the Advancement of Science.

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