Workshop on Forensic Acarology and Taphonomy

Dr Anna Williams
School of Applied Sciences
University of Huddersfield

Soilwater conductivity analysis to date and locate clandestine graves of homicide victims
Pringle J, Cassella J, Jervis J, Williams A, Cross P and Cassidy N
Journal of Forensic Sciences

A potential new diagnostic tool to aid DNA analysis from heat compromised bone using colorimetry: A preliminary study
Fredericks J, Ringrose T, Dicken A, Williams A and Bennett P
Science and Justice

Configural and featural information in facial-composite images
Frowd C, Jones S, Fodarella C, Skelton F, Fields S, Williams A, Marsh J, Thorley R, Nelson L, Greenwood L, Date L, Kearley K, McIntyre A and Hancock P
Science and Justice

Determining ‘age at death’ for forensic purposes using human bone by a laboratory-based analytical method
Zioupos P, Williams A, Christodoulou G and Giles R
Journal of the Mechanical Behavior of Biomedical Materials

DNA analysis of skeletal tissue recovered from the English Channel
Fredericks J, Brown K, Williams A and Bennett P
Journal of Forensic and Legal Medicine

Understanding familiar face recognition for 3D scanned images: The importance of internal and external facial features
Williams A, York H and Frowd C
Third International Conference on Emerging Security Technologies Lisbon, Portugal

FTIR spectroscopy: A new diagnostic tool to aid DNA analysis from heated bone
Fredericks J, Bennett P, Williams A and Rogers K
Forensic Science International: Genetics

The ‘lost’ church of Bix Gibwyn: The human bone
Mileson S, Nicholls D and Williams A

Human remains found while searching for the 'lost' church of Bix Gibwyn
Williams A
South Midlands Archaeology

The search for the missing church of St Michael's, Bix Gibwyn, Bix: Concluded? Initial analysis of human remains
Williams A
South Oxfordshire Archaeological Group Bulletin

Environmental considerations for common burial site selection after pandemic events
Williams A, Temple T, Pollard S, Jones R and Ritz K
Criminal and Environmental Soil Forensics

Burials of eighteenth-century Naval personnel: Preliminary results from excavations at the Royal Hospital Haslar, Gosport (Hants)
Shortland A, Masters P, Harrison K, Williams A and Boston C

Managing potential conflict between forensic procedures and the needs of the bereaved
Payne L and Williams A
Journal of the Institute of Civil Protection and Emergency Management