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Bidmos, Mubarak A., Dayal, Manisha R., and Adegboye, Oyelola A. (2018) Measurements of the talus in the assessment of population affinity. Forensic Science International, 287. 221.e1 - 221.e7.

Carter, David, Yellowlees, David, and Tibbett, Mark (2008) Temperature affects microbial decomposition of cadavers (Rattus rattus) in contrasting soils. Applied Soil Ecology, 40 (1). pp. 129-137.

Carter, David O., Yellowlees, David, and Tibbett, Mark (2008) Using ninhydrin to detect gravesoil. Journal of Forensic Sciences, 53 (2). pp. 397-400.

Watson, G.S., and Watson, J.A. (2007) Potential applications of scanning probe microscopy in forensic science. Journal of Physics: conference series, 61. pp. 1251-1255.

Duke, Norman C., Bell, Alicia M., Pedersen, Dan K., Roelfsema, Chris M., and Bengston Nash, Susan (2005) Herbicides implicated as the cause of severe mangrove dieback in the Mackay region, NE Australia: consequences for marine plant habitats of the GBR World Heritage Area. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 51 (1-4). pp. 308-324.

Duke, Norman, and Watkinson, Andrew J. (2002) Chlorophyll-deficient propagules of Avicennia marina and apparent longer term deterioration of mangrove fitness in oil-polluted sediments. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 44 (11). pp. 1269-1276.

Book Chapter

Carter, David O., Yellowlees, David, and Tibbett, Mark (2009) Can temperature affect the release of ninhydrin-reactive nitrogen in gravesoil following the burial of a mammalian (Rattus rattus) cadaver? In: Ritz, Karl, Dawson, Lorna, and Miller, David, (eds.) Criminal and Environmental Soil Forensics. Springer, Netherlands, pp. 333-340.

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