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************************* URL of complete thesis http://www.geradts.com/anil/ij/vol_007_no_001/others/thesis/roma.html Reference (How the thesis is to be quoted): Ref: Khan S. An assessment of avian and other scavenging of an animal carcass at Katerniaghat wildlife sanctuary, District Bahraich, Uttar Pradesh – India, and its forensic implications (thesis submitted to Bournemouth University, School of Conservation Sciences, UK as part of the requirement for the degree of master of science in forensic archaeology: crime scene and international investigations). Anil Aggrawal's Internet Journal of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology, 2006; Vol. 7, No. 1 (January - June 2006): http://www.geradts.com/anil/ij/vol_007_no_001/others/thesis/roma.html; Published June 30, 2006 URL of the issue where this thesis is published: http://www.geradts.com/anil/ij/vol_007_no_001/main.html URL of the journal: http://www.geradts.com/anil/ij/indexpapers.html BOURNEMOUTH UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF CONSERVATION SCIENCES AN ASSESSMENT OF AVIAN AND OTHER SCAVENGING OF AN ANIMAL CARCASS AT KATERNIAGHAT WILDLIFE SANCTUARY, DISTRICT BAHRAICH, UTTAR PRADESH – INDIA, AND ITS FORENSIC IMPLICATIONS.

A DISSERTATION SUBMITTED AS PART OF THE REQUIREMENT FOR THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF SCIENCE IN FORENSIC ARCHAEOLOGY: CRIME SCENE AND INTERNATIONAL INVESTIGATIONS By SHAMSHAD (ROMA) KHAN FEBRUARY 2006

APPENDIX 8: Articles included in the literature review provided with study number and study type

STUDY # 1

AUTHOR Komar et al., Journal

SOURCE Canadian Society of Forensic Science

YEAR 1998a exposed carrion. 1998b

TITLE Effects of carcass size on decay rates of shade and sun

STUDY TYPE Controlled Experiment Controlled Experiment

2

Komar et al.,

Canadian Society of Forensic Science Journal

Identifying bird scavenging in fleshed and dry remains.

3

Turner et al.,

Forensic Science International

1999

Experimental validation of forensic evidence: a study of the

Controlled

decomposition of buried pigs in heavy clay soil. 4 Roen et al., Northeastern Naturalist Journal 2005 Behavioural responses of avian scavengers in different habitats. 5 Haynes Paleobiology 1983 A guide for differentiating mammalian carnivore taxa responsible for gnaw damage to herbivore limb bones. STUDY # 6 7 AUTHOR Spennemann et al., Travaine et al., SOURCE Journal of Forensic Sciences Journal of Zoology YEAR 1995 1998 TITLE Decomposition of buried human bodies and associated death scene materials on coral atolls in the Tropical Pacific. The use of the European Hare (Lepus europaeus) carcasses by an avian scavenging assemblage in Patagonia. 8 Haglund et al., Journal of Forensic Sciences 1989 Canid Scavenging / Disarticulation sequence of human remains in the Pacific Northwest. 9 Benson et al., Ostrich 2004

Experiment Controlled Experiment Experiment

STUDY TYPE Experiment Experiment

Prospective Study

An Analysis of bones and other materials collected by Cape Prospective

vultures at the Kransberg Blouberg colonies, Limpopo Province, South Africa. 10 11 Ruxton et al., Blumenschine Journal of Theoretical Biology Journal of Human Evolution 2004 1986

Study

Obligate vertebrate scavengers must be large soaring fliers. Retrospective Study Carcass consumption sequences and the archaeological distinction of scavenging and hunting. Retrospective Study STUDY TYPE Case study – Multiple Case study – Multiple Case study – Multiple Case study – Multiple

STUDY # 12

AUTHOR Tsokos et al.,

SOURCE International Journal of Legal Medicine

YEAR 1999

TITLE Indoor post-mortem animal interference by carnivores and rodents: report of two cases and review of literature.

13 14

Asamura et al., Kneafsey et al.,

Journal of Forensic Sciences Injury

2004 1995

Unusual characteristic patterns of post-mortem injuries. Severe dog-bite injury, introducing the concept of pack attack: a literature review and seven case reports.

15

Mekisic

Medical Journal of Australia

1992

Crocodile attacks in the Northern Territory of Australia.

16 17

Carson et al., Haglund

Journal of Forensic Sciences In: Haglund, W.D. and Sorg, M.H., (eds) Forensic Taphonomy: The post-mortem Fate of Human Remains

2000 1996

Skeletal manifestations of bear scavenging. Search Strategy considerations for locating missing teeth.

Case study – Multiple Case study – Multiple

18

Haglund

In: Haglund, W.D. and Sorg, M.H., (eds) Forensic Taphonomy: The post-mortem Fate of Human Remains

1996

Dogs and coyotes: Post-mortem involvement with human remain

Case study – Multiple

STUDY # 19 20 21

AUTHOR Solla et al., Patel et al., Coe

SOURCE The Forensic Examiner Journal of Forensic Sciences Journal of Arid Environments

YEAR 2003 1994 1978

TITLE Extensive mutilation of human remains by domestic dogs. Artefact in Forensic Medicine: Postmortem Rodent Activity. The decomposition of elephant carcasses in the Tsavo (east) national park, Kenya.

STUDY TYPE Case study – Single Case study – Single Case study – Single Discussion

22

Iscan et al.,

Encyclopedia of Forensic Sciences

2000

Animal effects on human remains.

23

Campobasso et al.,

Forensic Science International

2001

Factors affecting decomposition and Diptera colonization.

Discussion

24

France et al.,

Journal of Forensic Sciences

1992

A multidisciplinary approach to the detection of clandestine graves

Discussion

25

Clark et al.,

In: Haglund, W.D. and Sorg, M.H., (eds) Forensic Taphonomy: The post-mortem Fate of Human Remains

1996

Postmortem changes in soft tissues.

Discussion

STUDY # 26

AUTHOR Ubelakar

SOURCE In: Haglund, W.D. and Sorg, M.H., (eds) Forensic Taphonomy: The post-mortem Fate of Human Remains

YEAR 1996

TITLE Taphonomic applications in Forensic anthropology.

STUDY TYPE Discussion

27 28

Dadour et al., Bass

Forensic Science International In: Haglund, W.D. and Sorg, M.H., (eds) Forensic Taphonomy: The post-mortem Fate of Human Remains.

2001 1997

Forensic entomology: application, education and research in Western Australia. Outdoor decomposition rates in Tennesse.

Discussion Discussion

29

Haglund et al.,

1996

Forensic Taphonomy: The Postmortem Fate of Human

Discussion

Remains. 30 31 32 STUDY # 33 Attenborough Mundy Satheesan AUTHOR Satheesan Sanctuary Asia. SOURCE In: Chancellor, R.D. and Meyburg, B.U. (eds) Raptors at risk. 34 Satheesan Vulture News. 1998 The Role of vultures in the disposal of human corpses in India and Tibet. 35 36 37 Logan Niema Mistry Online. 1997 1990 1991 Witness to a Tibetan sky-burial: a field report for China. Flight of the Wind Horse: A Journey into Tibet. Such a long journey Religion Religion Religion Discussion 1998 1992 2000 YEAR 1990 Scavengers on the wing. The Life of Birds. The Vultures of Africa. Vultures in Asia. TITLE Discussion Discussion Discussion STUDY TYPE Discussion

38

Modi

1922

The Religious Ceremonies and customs of the Parsees.

Religion


				
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