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Snow, Clyde C.

(1928-) US physical anthropologist at the University of Oklahoma. Snow began his career with an interest in archaeology but completed a dissertation on baboon skeletal growth. He joined the Federal Aviation Administration as a forensic pathologist, and received media attention for his work identifying plane crash victims, Nazi war criminal Josef Mengele, and serial killer victims. Later in his career Snow applied his skills to human rights abuse cases in Argentina and Central America. Co-author of ‘The investigation of the human remains of the ‘disappeared’ in Argentina’, Amer. J. Forensic Med. Pathol.: 297.

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