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Bull et al., 2007
Samples ground to a powder so mixing is incorporated.
Kothari, 1985
Descriptive or diagnostic
Sugita & Marumo, 1996
Pre-, syn-, and post-forensic mixing
Pert et al., 2006
High-powered techniques used for accuracy and discrimination in arson
Gong, 2008
Morgan et al., 2006
SEM in case of Eleanora's Falcon
Brilis, 2001
Right technique required so soundness of science isn't called into question
Pye et al., 2006
Bull et all., 2007
Independent techniques
Lee, 2004
'Relationships between geoscience and forensic application (in its widest sense) has been in existence for thousands of years'
'Not an exact science'
Oately et al., 2006
Ruffell, 2008
'Geo' prefix
Morgan & Bull, 2007
Sample size
R v T, 2010
Evett, 1996
'Not an exact science'
Daughton, 2001
Kirk, 1963
Pre-occupied with new findings
Dudley et al., 2014
Reconstruction of crime scenes
Evett et al., 2000
Interpretation adds value, is at the heart of the forensic process
Interpretation and individualisation
Nakhaeizadeh et al., 2014
Cognitive bias affects outcomes unintentionally
Cook et al., 1998
Interpretation should not only come at the end of the process
Inman & Rudin, 2002
The forensic process
Changing nature of evidence
Scott et al., 2014
Transfer and persistence
Robertson & Vignaux, 1995
Evaluating science in the courtroom
Yen et al., 2003
Presentation and reconstruction - blood spatter reconstruction
Gibert & Pulsipher, 2005
Sample collection strategy is important
R v Park, 2004
Exotic elements to the sample were diagnostic and helped solve the case
Pye & Croft, 2004
Exotic elements are often unavailable in a second sample