Reading Report 1 Due: 2/4
Answer the following questions based on the assigned chapter from White and Folkens 2005:
1. List the parts of the human skeleton that can be used to evaluate the sex of an adult individual. Briefly state what differences you expect to see between males and females.
2. List the parts of the human skeleton that can be used to estimate the age at death of an adult individual. Of all the available techniques, which one do you think allows us to estimate the age at death of a skeletal individual with the greatest degree of accuracy? Why?
3. What techniques can be used to estimate age at death for juvenile skeletal remains?