Scientific Method: Applications in Failure Investigation and Forensic Science
by Noon, Randall K.

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Focused primarily on forensic engineering, this volume explains how scientific investigative methods can best be used to determine why and how a particular failure occurred. Using principles and ideas that are applicable to most of the forensic sciences, the author examines the role of the failure investigator, discusses the optimal way to organize evidence, and explores the four most common reasons why some investigations fail. The book provides three case studies that exemplify proper report writing, contains a special chapter profiling a criminal case by noted forensic specialist Jon J. Nordby, and offers a reading list of resources for further study.

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Binding: Hardcover
Specs: 216 pages | 1.09 Lbs
ISBN: 1420092804
ISBN-13: 9781420092806
Edition: 1
Publisher: CRC Press | Publish Date 05/09 | Copyright 2009
Series: International Forensic Science and Investigation Series
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