Browsing Health Sciences Faculty Day Posters by UP Author "Keough, Natalie"

Browsing Health Sciences Faculty Day Posters by UP Author "Keough, Natalie"

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  • L'Abbe, Ericka Noelle; Keough, Natalie; Nawrocki, S.J.; Creative Studios, Dept of Education Innovation, University of Pretoria (2008-09-29)
    FORDISC 3.0 (FD3) is an analytical program distributed by the University of Tennessee that employs discriminant analysis to assist in assessing sex, ancestry, and stature from unidentified skeletal remains. While American ...
  • Meyer, Anja; Nienaber, Willem C.; Keough, Natalie; Creative Studios, Dept of Education Innovation, University of Pretoria (2009-12-09)
    In November 2008 human skeletal remains were discovered during construction works undertaken by Carlop Properties in the Chloorkop industrial area, Kempton Park, Gauteng. The University of Pretoria’s Forensic Anthropology ...
  • Nienaber, Willem C.; Steyn, Maryna; Keough, Natalie; Human, R.; Steyn, H.S.; Du Rand, A.; Creative Studios, Dept of Education Innovation, University of Pretoria (2008-09-29)
    Pipe-jacking operations at Silvertondale uncovered human remains at the end of a tunnel 38.8m long and approximately 2.42m below the surface. These were most probably in a grave that was covered by material during the ...
  • Keough, Natalie; Nienaber, Willem C.; Steyn, Maryna; Creative Studios, Dept of Education Innovation, University of Pretoria (2008-09-29)
    Since the mid-1990’s several claims for the return of the Mapungubwe human remains were made by indigenous communities, while some archaeologists felt that a pro-active process for repatriation should be initiated. The ...