Published Online: 5 July 1975
Page Count: 5
Professor and chairman, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, Nev.
(Received 1 May 1974; accepted 1 May 1974)
Physical anthropologists are frequently called upon by both the general public or law enforcement agencies to identify bones. This is particularly true in a desert region where people while exploring, rock-hunting, or hiking find a “bone” and bring it to the local university or museum for identification.
Paper ID: JFS10251J