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|Material Type:||Elementary and junior high school|
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|Description:||104 p. : ill. (chiefly col.) ; 24 cm.|
Introduction: Science of life --
1: Trail of plant evidence --
2: Death's timeline --
3: Reading the bones --
4: Body fluids left behind --
5: Identifying microscopic weapons --
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|Series Title:||Crime scene investigations.|
|Responsibility:||by Jenny MacKay.|
From the Back Cover: Crime solving is painstaking, but modern methods and technological advances have significantly changed the field of criminal investigation. Clues to crimes both spectacular and ordinary can now be found in the tiniest bits of evidence thanks to cutting-edge forensic techniques. Crime Scene Investigations examines the fascinating world of the criminal investigator and other professionals who are on the front line of solving today's (and some of yesterday's) most notorious crimes. All books feature crime statistics, career information, explanations of crime-solving techniques, and crime-busting facts. In addition, bibliographies for further research, full-color photographs, charts, and a detailed index are also included.
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