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|Posted on Thursday, May 08, 2008 - 04:26 pm: ||
Dear Dr Meijerman, I presume you have to order van der Lugt's book to receive that other one for free?
|Posted on Monday, February 13, 2006 - 07:18 am: ||
In repsonse to person searching for information on earprints:
Cor van der lugt's book on Earprints may be ordered through Elsevier Bedrijfsinformatie BV (The Hague, The Netherlands). If you mail me your address I can send you another book on earprints (free of charge). email@example.com
|Posted on Wednesday, January 19, 2005 - 04:59 am: ||
Iannarelli's book is difficult to locate as it has been out of print for a number of years. For a list of articles/papers dealing with earprint examinations, go to www.redwop.com (Lightning Powder Company website) and from the home page, link to Ernie Hamm's Reference Database. Enter " EAR" for search query, note there is a 'space' before 'ear' or you get a lot of references in which 'ear' letters appear, such as in 'research'. Even putting in a space+EAR will list some works not relating to earprint examinatons, but the comment column will give you information on the nature of the work.
This will give you a reference list and source for the material, NOT the work.
|Posted on Tuesday, January 18, 2005 - 08:16 am: ||
Can someone help me locate a publisher or bookstore in the internet who is selling the book pertaining to Earprint Identification especially of ALFRED V. IANNARELLI and CORNELIUS VAN DER LUGT? This field is new to me, i am interested to know how these people got and what they got in this field. Thanks, from the Philippines.