Histomorphometric Age-At-Death Estimates



Histomorphometric age-at-death estimates from Part III (Age-At-Death Estimation) of the PhD project entitled: Quantitative histological approaches to forensic identification of human and non-human bone in an Australian context. The histomorphometric age-at-death estimation standards applied are: Singh and Gunberg (1970), Thompson (1979), Walker (1990), Keough et al. (2009) and Goliath et al. (2016). The microradiographs the age estimates are produced from are part of the Melbourne Femur Research Collection curated at the Melbourne Dental School, University of Melbourne.
Date made available2022
PublisherThe University of Western Australia
Temporal coverage1990 - 2009
Date of data production2017 - 2022
Geographical coverageAustralia


  • cortical bone
  • histology
  • histomorphometry
  • forensic anthropology
  • age-at-death estimation
  • age estimation
  • femur

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