Daniel J. Wescott, Ph.D.

2001 The University of Tennessee 
Physical Anthropology
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Richard L. Jantz grad student 2001 The University of Tennessee
 (Structural variation in the humerus and femur in the American Great Plains and adjacent regions: Differences in subsistence strategy and physical terrain.)
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Alexander MB, Hodges TK, Wescott DJ, et al. (2016) The Effects of Soil Texture on the Ability of Human Remains Detection Dogs to Detect Buried Human Remains. Journal of Forensic Sciences. 61: 649-55
Bates LN, Wescott DJ. (2016) Comparison of decomposition rates between autopsied and non-autopsied human remains. Forensic Science International. 261: 93-100
Wescott DJ. (2015) Sexual dimorphism in auricular surface projection and postauricular sulcus morphology. Journal of Forensic Sciences. 60: 679-85
Wescott DJ, Drew JL. (2015) Effect of obesity on the reliability of age-at-death indicators of the pelvis. American Journal of Physical Anthropology. 156: 595-605
Harrington KI, Wescott DJ. (2015) Size and shape differences in the distal femur and proximal tibia between normal weight and obese American Whites. Journal of Forensic Sciences. 60: S32-8
Wedel VL, Wescott DJ. (2015) Using, historical cemetery in Missouri International Journal of Paleopathology
Wescott DJ, Cunningham DL, Hunt DR. (2014) Temporal trends in femoral diaphyseal torsional asymmetry among the Arikara associated with postural behavior. American Journal of Physical Anthropology. 154: 512-24
Anderson DT, Havens TC, Wagner C, et al. (2014) Extension of the fuzzy integral for general fuzzy set-valued information Ieee Transactions On Fuzzy Systems. 22: 1625-1639
Wescott DJ. (2014) The relationship between femur shape and terrestrial mobility patterns Reconstructing Mobility: Environmental, Behavioral, and Morphological Determinants. 111-132
Wescott DJ. (2014) Reconstructing habitual activities by biomechanical analysis of long bones Kennewick Man: the Scientific Investigation of An Ancient American Skeleton. 232-248
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