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Fly for the Prosecution : How Insect Evidence Helps Solve Crimes - 01 edition

Fly for the Prosecution : How Insect Evidence Helps Solve Crimes (ISBN10: 0674007271; ISBN13: 9780674007277)
ISBN13: 978-0674007277
ISBN10: 0674007271

This edition has also been released as:
ISBN13: 978-0674002203
ISBN10: 0674002202

Summary: The forensic entomologist turns a dispassionate, analytic eye on scenes from which most people would recoil--human corpses in various stages of decay, usually the remains of people who have met a premature end through accident or mayhem. To Lee Goff and his fellow forensic entomologists, each body recovered at a crime scene is an ecosystem, a unique microenvironment colonized in succession by a diverse array of flies, beetles, mites, spiders, and other arthropods: so ...show moreme using the body to provision their young, some feeding directly on the tissues and by-products of decay, and still others preying on the scavengers.

Using actual cases on which he has consulted, Goff shows how knowledge of these insects and their habits allows forensic entomologists to furnish investigators with crucial evidence about crimes. Even when a body has been reduced to a skeleton, insect evidence can often provide the only available estimate of the postmortem interval, or time elapsed since death, as well as clues to whether the body has been moved from the original crime scene, and whether drugs have contributed to the death.

An experienced forensic investigator who regularly advises law enforcement agencies in the United States and abroad, Goff is uniquely qualified to tell the fascinating if unsettling story of the development and practice of forensic entomology. ...show less

Edition/Copyright: 01
Cover: Paperback
Publisher: Harvard University Press
Published: 09/01/2001
International: No

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Cambridge, MA 2001 Trade Paperback Very Good 0674007271. Gift inscription on free front end page.; 240 pages; The forensic entomologist turns a dispassionate, analytic eye on scenes from which most ...show morepeople would recoil--human corpses in various stages of decay, usually the remains of people who have met a premature end through accident or mayhem. To Lee Goff and his fellow forensic entomologists, each body recovered at a crime scene is an ecosystem, a unique microenvironment colonized in succession by a diverse array of flies, beetles, mites, spiders, and other arthropods: some using the body to provision their young, some feeding directly on the tissues and by-products of decay, and still others preying on the scavengers. ...show less
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