Ann H Ross
Ann H Ross
Professor, Department of Biological Sciences
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Sexual dimorphism in America: geometric morphometric analysis of the craniofacial region
EH Kimmerle, A Ross, D Slice
Journal of forensic sciences 53 (1), 54-57, 2008
Sex Determination from Hand and Foot Bone Lengths*
DT Case, AH Ross
Journal of forensic sciences 52 (2), 264-270, 2007
New formulae for estimating stature in the Balkans
AH Ross, LW Konigsberg
Journal of Forensic Sciences 47 (1), 165-167, 2002
A geometric morphometric approach to sex determination of the human adult os coxa
JA Bytheway, AH Ross
Journal of forensic sciences 55 (4), 859-864, 2010
Cranial thickness in American females and males
AH Ross, RL Jantz, WF McCormick
journal of forensic sciences 43 (2), 267-272, 1998
Sex estimation from the tarsal bones in a Portuguese sample: a machine learning approach
D Navega, R Vicente, DN Vieira, AH Ross, E Cunha
International journal of legal medicine 129, 651-659, 2015
Implications of dimorphism, population variation, and secular change in estimating population affinity in the Iberian Peninsula
AH Ross, DH Ubelaker, EH Kimmerle
Forensic Science International 206 (1-3), 214. e1-214. e5, 2011
Time-since-death and bone weathering in a tropical environment
AH Ross, SL Cunningham
Forensic Science International 204 (1-3), 126-133, 2011
Population affinities of 19th century Cuban crania: implications for identification criteria in South Florida Cuban Americans
AH Ross, DE Slice, DH Ubelaker, AB Falsetti
Journal of Forensic Sciences 49 (1), 11-16, 2004
Testing repeatability and error of coordinate landmark data acquired from crania
AH Ross, S Williams
Journal of Forensic Sciences 53 (4), 782-785, 2008
Application of forensic discriminant functions to a Spanish cranial sample
DH Ubelaker, AH Ross, SM Graver
Forensic Science Communications 4 (3), 2002
Allocation of crania to groups via the “new morphometry”
AH Ross, AH McKeown, LW Konigsberg
Journal of forensic sciences 44 (3), 584-587, 1999
Craniometric variation in the Americas
AH Ross, DH Ubelaker, AB Falsetti
Human biology, 807-818, 2002
Strengthening the role of forensic anthropology in personal identification: position statement by the Board of the Forensic Anthropology Society of Europe (FASE)
HH de Boer, Z Obertová, E Cunha, P Adalian, E Baccino, T Fracasso, ...
Forensic Science International 315, 110456, 2020
The need to incorporate human variation and evolutionary theory in forensic anthropology: A call for reform
AH Ross, M Pilloud
American Journal of Physical Anthropology 176 (4), 672-683, 2021
New identification criteria for the Chilean population: Estimation of sex and stature
AH Ross, MJ Manneschi
Forensic science international 204 (1-3), 206. e1-206. e3, 2011
Testing the reliability of software tools in sex and ancestry estimation in a multi-ancestral Brazilian sample
P Urbanová, AH Ross, M Jurda, MI Nogueira
Legal Medicine 16 (5), 264-273, 2014
Sex, ancestral, and pattern type variation of fingerprint minutiae: a forensic perspective on anthropological dermatoglyphics
NA Fournier, AH Ross
American journal of physical anthropology 160 (4), 625-632, 2016
3D-ID: geometric morphometric classification of crania for forensic scientists
DE Slice, A Ross
Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 106, 2124-2129, 2009
Regional isolation in the Balkan region: an analysis of craniofacial variation
AH Ross
American Journal of Physical Anthropology: The Official Publication of the …, 2004
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