Filtering by: Degree Level M.S. Remove constraint Degree Level: M.S. Department Criminal Justice and Criminalistics Remove constraint Department: Criminal Justice and Criminalistics Language English Remove constraint Language: English
ThesisEvaluation of the OxyVu Hyperspectral Oximetry System in a rat model as a tool to determine time of deathAghajanian, Andreh AndyThe time of death of an individual can contain important information to a crime scene investigator. Current methods to determine the post-mortem interval of a deceased individual are not entirely accurate or reliable. In order to devise a more effecti . . .
ThesisMartinez, Elisa NicoleThis study describes a simple and non-destructive method to characterize the density of nail polish samples using magnetic levitation (MagLev). Dried nail polish samples were levitated in a 3M MnCl2 paramagnetic solution between two permanent NdFeB ma . . .
ThesisThe contribution of environmental conditions to the formation of root banding and other morphological changes to the proximal end of antemortem anagen head hairsGarcia, Lino ReyesThis research investigates the effect of environmental conditions on the proximal end morphology of antemortem anagen head hair and compares those morphologies to ones documented to occur in postmortem subjects. A total of 967 antemortem anagen and te . . .