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Bass, William M.

US skeletal biologist and forensic osteologist who has identified over 300 crime and accident victims. Trained by Charles Snow at the University of Kentucky (MA) and Wilton M. Krogman at the University of Pennsylvania (Ph.D.). Faculty member at the University of Kansas (1960-71) and University of Tennessee (1971-present); author of Human Osteology: Laboratory and Field Manual of the Human Skeleton (1971), a standard work.

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