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Dr. Michael W. Warren

Dr. Michael W. Warren

University of Florida, USA

Associate Professor


Email: mwarren@ufl.edu


Qualifications

1997 Ph.D., University of Florida, Anthropology

1995 M.A., University of Florida, Anthropology

1991 B.A., University of North Florida, History


Publications (selected)

  1. Purdy BA, Jones KS, Mecholsky JJ, Bourne G, Hulbert RC Jr. , MacFadden BJ, Church KL, Warren MW, Jorstadd TF, Stanford DJ, Wachowiak MJ, and Speakman RJ. (2012) Earliest Art in the Americas: Incised Image of a Proboscidean on a Mineralized Extinct Animal Bone from the Old Vero Site (8-IR-9), Florida. Journal of Archaeological Science 38 (11): 2908-2913.
  2. Van Deest TL, Warren MW. (2012) Advances in the Anthropological Analysis of Cremains. In, Dirkmaat D (ed.): A Companion to Forensic Anthropology. Blackwell Companions to Anthropology; Chichester, West Sussex, UK: Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 418-431.
  3. Warren MW, Parr NL, Skorpinksi KE, Zambrano CJ. (2011) Bare Bones: A Survey of Forensic Anthropology, 2nd Edition. Dubuque, IA: Kendall-Hunt Publishing. 285 pp.
  4. Warren MW, Van Deest TL, Ballard K. (2011) Quality Assurance as Pedagogy for Academic Forensic Anthropology Laboratories. Forensic Science Policy & Management 2 (2): 70-74.
  5. Warren MW, Parr NL. (2008) Bare Bones: A Survey of Forensic Anthropology. Dubuque, IA: Kendall-Hunt Publishing. 271 pp.
  6. Daegling DJ, Warren MW, Hotzman JL, Self CJ. (2008) Structural Analysis of Human Rib Fracture and Implications for Forensic Interpretation. Journal of Forensic Sciences 53 (6): 1301-1307.
  7. Warren MW. Detection of Commingling in Cremated Human Remains. (2008) In Adams BJ and Byrd JE (eds.): Recovery, Analysis and Identification of Commingled Human Remains. Chapter 9: 185-197. Totowa, NJ: Humana Press.
  8. Warren MW, Walsh-Haney HA, Freas LE (eds). (2008) The Forensic Anthropology Laboratory. Boca Raton: Taylor & Francis. 221 pp.
  9. Walsh-Haney HA, Freas LE, Warren MW. (2008) The Working Forensic Anthropology Laboratory. In Warren MW, Walsh-Haney HA, Freas LE (eds). The Forensic Anthropology Laboratory. Boca Raton: Taylor & Francis.
  10. Schultz JJ, Warren MW, Krigbaum J. (2008) Analysis of Human Cremains: Gross and Chemical Methods. In Schmidt C and Symes S (eds.): Analysis of Burned Human Remains. Chapter 4: 75-94. Academic Press.
  11. Warren MW. (2007) Interpreting gunshot wounds in the Balkans: Evidence for Genocide. In Brickley M and Ferllini R (eds.): Forensic Anthropology: Case Studies From Europe. Chapter 10: 151-164. Charles C. Thomas.
  12. Freas L, Warren MW. (2005) Osteological Analysis of Sarasota Bay Mound: A Safety Harbor Period site. The Florida Anthropologist 58 (1-2): 57-74.
  13. Schultz JJ, Williamson MA, Nawrocki SP, Falsetti AB, Warren MW. (2003) A Taphonomic Profile to Aid in the Recognition of Human Remains from Historic and/or Cemetery Contexts. The Florida Anthropologist 56 (2): 141-147.
  14. Warren MW, Schultz JJ. (2002) Post-cremation Taphonomy and Artifact Preservation. Journal of Forensic Sciences 47 (3): 656-659.
  15. Schultz JJ, Falsetti AB, Collins ME, Koppenjan SK, Warren MW. (2002) The Detection of Forensic Burials in Florida Using GPR. Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Ground Penetrating Radar 9: 443-448.
  16. Warren MW. (2002) Anthropological Analysis of Cremated Remains: Lessons for the Cremation Industry. Cremationist of North America 37 (2): 10; 29-31.
  17. Warren MW, Falsetti AB, Kravchenko II, Dunnam FE, Van Rinsvelt HA, Maples WR. (2002) Elemental Analysis of Bone: Proton-induced x-ray Emission Testing in Forensic Cases. Forensic Sciences International 125: 37-41.
  18. Warren MW. (2001) Introduction to Forensic Anthropology: Human Identification and Trauma Analysis. Weston, CT: Pictures of Record. Interactive CD-ROM & annotated instructional slide set.
  19. Kravchenko II, Dunnam FE, Van Rinsvelt HA, Warren MW, and Falsetti AB. (2000) A Forensic Application of PIXE Analysis. Application of Accelerators in Research and Industry. Duggan JL and Morgan IL (eds.). American Institute of Physics Press 576: 421-424.
  20. Warren MW, Smith KR, Stubblefield PR, Martin SS, Walsh-Haney HA. (2000) Use of Radiographic Atlases in a Mass Fatality. Journal of Forensic Sciences 45(2):467-470.
  21. Warren MW, Falsetti AB. (1999) DISH, Rats and a Rolex®. In Forensic Osteological Analysis: Case Studies in Forensic Anthropology, Fairgrieve S (ed.). Springfield: Charles C. Thomas. Chapter 6: 79-88.
  22. Warren MW. (1999) Commentary On: Huxley AK and Angevine JB Jr. Determination of Gestational Age from Lunar Age Assessments in Human Fetal Remains. Journal of Forensic Sciences 43: 1254-1256.
  23. Warren WM, Falsetti AB, Hamilton WF, and Levine LJ. (1999) Evidence of Arteriosclerosis in Cremated Remains. American Journal of Forensic Medicine and Pathology 20 (3): 277-280.
  24. Warren MW. (1999) Radiographic Determination of Developmental Age in Fetuses and Stillborns. Journal of Forensic Sciences 44 (4): 708-712.
  25. Warren MW, Maples WR. (1997) The Anthropometry of Contemporary Commercial Cremation. Journal of Forensic Sciences 42 (3): 417-423.


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