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Let us know what you found that is related to the case questions you generated this morning. Thanks!

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  1. Here’s one that Toni and I found:
    http://www.alpinemeadowsguild.org/fiber_microscopy.html

  2. karenl




    We found this reference library at Ohio State. Lots of cool pix!

    Fiber Reference Image LibraryThe Fiber Reference Image Library is a web-accessible image database of textile fibers created by photographing the fibers as seen through multiple …
    https://fril.osu.edu/ – Cached

  3. Elizabeth Torres




    Hi I found great web resources:
    http://www.threadsofperu.com
    http://www.seedimages.com
    http://www.fabrics.net
    http://www.mhhe.com/biosci/pae/botany_map/articules/articules_30.html

  4. deborahc




    Article about forensic anthropology
    http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2007/02/070208100919.htm
    Get a degree in textile science
    http://cehs.unl.edu/tcd/undergrad/textilesci.shtml
    Nazca patterns
    http://www.nazcaresources.com/index.html
    Mummified warrior princess
    http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,195811,00.html

  5. stawierya




    Here is a good science and FBI connection :)

    http://www.fbi.gov/hq/lab/fsc/backissu/july2000/deedric3.htm

  6. Akashi




    a nice website to learn about dye and fiber analysis
    http://material-insight.com/Textile_Certification.htm

  7. GChung




    http://www.incas.org/ The Center for the Traditional Textiles of Cusco helps preserve Andean textiles and assist their makers in carrying on a tradition practiced for more than 2000 years. The same methods are being used.

  8. fenih




    This is a good resource website:

    Textile Analysis
    Program on Ancient Technologies and Archaeological Materials
    http://www.isas.illinois.edu/atam/research/mummy/textile.html

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