Sunday, 14 November 2004: 1:00 PM-5:00 PM

251 A-B (Salt Palace L-2)

Section D Symposium: From the Corpse to the Courtroom and Beyond: Entomological Contributions in the Forensic Setting

Organizer(s): Rebecca Bullard,
Robert Kimsey,
1:00 PM0019Welcome and introductory remarks
Rebecca Bullard,
1:05 PM0020Forensic entomology: A historical perspective of the ABFE over the past 10 years and the organization of a new association for forensic entomologists
Richard W. Merritt,
1:30 PM0021Insect succession as a tool to estimate the postmortem interval: Prospects and limitations
Kenneth Schoenly,, Neal H. Haskell,, Robert D. Hall,
1:55 PM0022Forensic and livestock entomology: The bridging of the two disciplines
Jeffery Tomberlin,
2:20 PMBreak
2:35 PM0023Site-specific weather data for postmortem analysis
Dennis Calvin,, Ke Chung Kim,, Joseph Russo
3:00 PM0024The role of aquatic arthropods in forensic investigations
John R. Wallace,
3:25 PM0025DNA techniques and the forensic entomologist
Jeffrey D. Wells,
3:50 PM0026Trends, recent advances, and future directions in forensic entomology
Robert Kimsey,

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