Richard Costello Memorial Lab & Library

The following resources are found in Edmund Casey Hall Room 234 on  St. Thomas University campus, Fredericton NB.


FORENSIC SCIENCE  

Adams B and Byrd J.

2008. Recovery, Analysis, and Identification of Commingled Human Remains. Totowa (NJ):             Humana Press. 306p.

Bass, William.

2005. Human Osteology A Laboratory and Field Manual. 5th ed. Columbia (MO): Missouri Archaeological Society. 366p.

Cooper, Chris.

2008. Eyewitness Forensic Science. New York (NJ): DK Publishing. 72p.

Dhody N A.

1999. The Underground Crime Scene: The use of archaeological excavation techniques in the recovery of buried crime scene evidence. The George Washington University: Anna Narissa Dhody. 46p.

Durpras L T, Schultz J J, Wheeler M S and Williams J L.

2006. Forensic Recovery of Human Remains: Archaeological Approaches. Broken South Parkway (NW): Taylor & Francis Group. 232p.

Fairgrieve I Scott.

2008. Forensic Cremation: Recovery and Analysis. Broken Sound Parkway(NW): CRC Press. 224p.

Iscan Yasar Mehmet and Steyn Maryna.

2013. The Human Skeleton in Forensic Medicine. 3rd edition. Springfield (IL): Charles C Thomas. 493p.

James H S and Nordby J J.

2009. Forensic Science: An introduction to Scientific and Investigative Techniques. 3rd edition. Broken Sound Parkway(NW): CRC Press. 757p.

Kapit W and Elson M L.

2014. The Anatomy coloring book. Pearson Education Inc. 384p.

Killam W Edward.

1990. The Detection of Human remains. Springfield (IL): Charles C Thomas. 263p.

Latham E Krista and Finnegan M.

2010. Age estimation of the Human Skeleton. Springfield (IL): Charles C Thomas. 277p.

Moore-Jansen M P, Ousley D S, Jantz L R.

1994. Data Collection Procedures for Forensic Skeletal Material. 3rd edition. Knoxville (TN): The University of Tennessee. 78p.

Ortner J D.

2003. Identification of pathological conditions in human skeletal. 2nd edition. San Diego (CA): Elsevier. 645p.

Steele D G and Bramblett A C.

1988. The Anatomy and Biology of the Human Skeleton. College Station (TX): Texas A & M University Press. 291p.

 


 FORENSIC ANTHROPOLOGY 

Adams J Bradely and Byrd E John.

2008. Recovery, Analysis, and Identification of Commingled Human Remains. Totowa (NJ): Humana Press. 374p.

Baker J B, Dupra L T, Tocheri W M.

2005. The Osteology of Infants and Children. Wheeler (MS): Library of Congress Cataloguing. 178p.

Berg G E and Ta’ala S C

2015. Biological Affinity in Forensic Identification of Human Skeletal Remains: Beyond Black           and White. Broken Sound Parkway (NW): CRC Press. 314p.

Blau Soren and Ubelaker H Douglas.

2009. Handbook of  Forensic Archaeology and Anthropology. Walnut Creek (CA): Left Coast Press. 534p.

Kimmerle E H and Baraybar J P

2008. Skeletal Trauma: Identification of injuries resulting from human rights abuse and armed conflict. Broken Sound Parkway (NW): CDC Press. 493p.

Klepinger L Linda.

2006. Fundamentals of Forensic Anthropology. Hoboken (NJ): John Wiley & Sons. 185p.

Komar, Debra and Buikstra E Jane.

2008. Forensic Anthropology: Contemporary Theory and Practice. Oxford (UK): Oxford University Press Inc. 362p.

Pickering Robert and Bachman, David.

2009. The use of forensic anthropology. Broken Sound Parkway (NW): CDC Press. 206p.

Rhine S.

Bone voyage: A journey in Forensic Anthropology. Albuquerque (NM): University of New                   Mexico Press. 268p.

Schidmt C W and Symes S A

2008. The Analysis of Burned Human Remains. London (UK): Elsevier Press. 278p.


HUMAN AND NON-HUMAN BONES

Adams B, Crabtree P.

2012. Comparative Osteology: A Laboratory and field guide of common North America animals. Oxford (UK): Elsevier. 443p.

France L D.

2009. Human and Nonhuman Bone Identification: A color atlas. Broken Sound Parkway (NW). CRC Press Taylor & Francis Group. 734p.

France L D.

2017. Comparative Bone Identification: Human Subadult to Nonhuman. Broken Sound                      Parkway (NW). CRC Press Taylor & Francis Groups. 840p.

Gilbert M.

1990. Mammalian Osteology. 2nd edition. Missouri Archaeological Society Inc.: Library of Congress Cataloging–in-Publication Data. 427p.

Hilson, S.

2009. Mammal Bones and Teeth: An introductory Guide of Methods of identification. Walnut Creek(CA): Left Coast Press.64 p.


 CLIMATE, FORESTRY AND WILDLIFE 

Andrews A W.

1986. Investigating Terrestrial Ecosystems. Scarborough(ON): Prentice-Hall Canada Inc. 293p.

Farrar L J.

1995. Trees in Canada. Markham (ON): Fitzhenry & Whiteside Limited, Canadian Forest Service, Natural Resources Canada and Canadian Forest Service. 502p.

Maritime College of Forest Technology.

2005. Botany. Fredericton (NB): Maritime College of Forest Technology. 89p

Maritime College of Forest Technology.

2006. Forest Navigation. Fredericton (NB): Maritime College of Forest Technology. 145p.

Maritime College of Forest Technology.

2005. Silvics: Common maritime hard woods and soft woods. Fredericton (NB): Maritime College of Forest Technology. 83p.

Maritime College of Forest Technology.

2005.Vertebrate taxonomy 2005: amphibians and reptiles of the Atlantic provinces. Fredericton (NB): Maritime College of Forest Technology instructor Gerry Redmond. 81p

Maritime College of Forest Technology.

2005. Vertebrate taxonomy 2005 Birds of Atlantic Canada. Fredericton (NB): Maritime College of Forest Technology instructor Gerry Redmond. 67p.

Maritime College of Forest Technology.

2005. Vertebrate Taxonomy 2005 Fresh water fishes of Atlantic Canada. Fredericton (NB): Maritime College of Forest Technology, Fredericton NB Instructor Gerry Redmond. 68p.

Ritchie G A.

1996. Trees of Knowledge: A handbook of maritime trees. Fredericton (NB): Natural Resources Canada. 41p.

Stocek F R.

1991.New Brunswick Trees and Shrubs in Winter: A field Guide. Fredericton (NB): Maritime Forest Ranger School. 150p.

The UNB Forest Extension service in cooperation with the Canadian Forestry Association of New Brunswick INC.

1996. Trees. 4th edition. Fredericton (NB): Forest Extension Service. 37p.

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