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This chapter will get a little deep into decomposition, but it is necessary for one to understand that follows in Chapters 3 and 4. , E. David, and M. H. Sorg. 2000. Cadaver dog handbook; Forensic training and tactics for the recovery of human remains. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press. 22 Death, Decomposition, and Detection Dogs Stage 1: Immediate Immediate decomposition, described above, is what takes place at the cellular level. As was discussed, there are two stages: reversible and nonreversible. Early changes that can be seen in a body include a pallor to the skin and relaxation of some muscles (Clark, Worrell, and Pleuss, 1997).

C. ) Forensic Taphonomy 31 compressed, connective tissue that doesn’t have much blood supply. They generally take a long time to break down. Until the ligaments break down, the bones will be more or less held together. One of the later tissues to decompose is hair. Although there is a difference between animal and human hair, hair generally has a tough outer cuticle (shell) surrounding an inner core (Rowe, 1997). It took six months for human hair buried in “well-watered garden soil” to deteriorate (Rowe, 1997).

W. 1990. Human anatomy. Dubuque, IA: Wm. C. ) Forensic Taphonomy 31 compressed, connective tissue that doesn’t have much blood supply. They generally take a long time to break down. Until the ligaments break down, the bones will be more or less held together. One of the later tissues to decompose is hair. Although there is a difference between animal and human hair, hair generally has a tough outer cuticle (shell) surrounding an inner core (Rowe, 1997). It took six months for human hair buried in “well-watered garden soil” to deteriorate (Rowe, 1997).

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