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Forensic Science Communications
October 2004 – Volume 6 – Number 4 

Contents
Research and Technology
Information Assurance Applied to Authentication of Digital Evidence
   Thomas E. Duerr, Nicholas D. Beser, and Gregory P. Staisiunas
Development and Testing of a Solid Phase Microextraction Method for the Trace Analysis of Nitro Organic Explosives Using Gas Chromatography-Electron Capture Detector and Gas Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry
   Jeffrey G. McDonald, Dennis E. Maslanka, Kelly H. Mount,and Mark L. Miller
Survivability of Human Scent
   Rex A. Stockham, Dennis L. Slavin, and William Kift
Automating the Forensic Analysis of Nuclear DNA: The FBI's Research and Development Initiative
   Counterterrorism and Forensic Science Research Unit
Case Report
Use of Digital Imaging in the Identification of Fragmentary Human Skeletal Remains: A Case from the Republic of Panama
   Ann H. Ross
Technical Note
A Potential Source of Difficulty in the Initial Testing for Blood
   Charles S. Tumosa
Standards and Guidelines
Digital Imaging Procedure
   Police Scientific Development Branch, United Kingdom
Book Review
Detection of Criminals Through Hand Analysis
  D. D. Panse  
 Reviewed by Lynda M. Strong

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