Wiley Forensic microbiology 2017
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Author:Dr. David O. Carter
is Director and Associate Professor of Forensic Sciences at Chaminade University of Honolulu. He also serves as Principal Investigator of the laboratory of Forensic Tap honomy. His primary research interest is the decomposition of human