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Williams, Anna, Rogers, Christopher and CASSELLA, John (2019) Does the UK need a Human Taphonomy Facility? Forensic Science International.

SHEPPARD, Kayleigh, FIELDHOUSE, Sarah and CASSELLA, John (2018) Simultaneous detection and image capture of biological evidence using a combined 360° camera system with single wavelength laser illumination. Science & Justice. ISSN 13550306 (In Press)

Dick, H, Pringle, J, Wisniewski, K, Goodwin, J, van der Putten, R, Evans, G, Francis, J, CASSELLA, John and Hansen, J (2017) Determining geophysical responses from burials in graveyards and cemeteries. GEOPHYSICS, 82 (6). pp. 1-11. ISSN 1942-2156

GWINNETT, Claire, CASSELLA, John, Rogers, Daniel, Daal, Keanu, Nguyen, H, de Botselier, E and Rowland, C (2017) FIBRE TRANSFER AND PERSISTENCE STUDIES: ARE WE CONTAMINATING OUR SCENES OF CRIME SUITS? Forensic Science International, 277. pp. 1-257.

Ruffell, Alastair, Pringle, Jamie, CASSELLA, John, Morgan, Ruth, Ferguson, Mike, Heaton, Vivienne, Hope, Colin and McKinley, Jennifer (2017) The use of geoscience methods for aquatic forensic searches. Earth-Science Reviews, 171. pp. 323-337. ISSN 1872-6828

Ruffell, Alistair, Pringle, Jamie, CASSELLA, John, Morgan, Ruth, Ferguson, Michael, Heaton, Vivienne, Hope, Colin and McKinley, Jennifer (2017) The use of geoscience methods for aquatic forensic searches. Earth Science Reviews. pp. 1-58. ISSN 0012-8252 (In Press)

SHEPPARD, Kayleigh, CASSELLA, John, FIELDHOUSE, Sarah and King, Roberto (2017) The adaptation of a 360° camera utilising an alternate light source (ALS) for the detection of biological fluids at crime scenes. Science and Justice, online. ISSN 1355-0306 (In Press)

SHEPPARD, Kayleigh, CASSELLA, John and FIELDHOUSE, Sarah (2017) A Comparative Study of Photogrammetric Methods using Panoramic Photography in a Forensic Context. Forensic Science International, 273. pp. 29-38. ISSN 1872-6283

SHEPPARD, Kayleigh, CASSELLA, John and FIELDHOUSE, Sarah (2017) A Comparative Study of Photogrammetric Methods using Panoramic Photography in a Forensic Context. Forensic Science International, 273. pp. 29-38. ISSN 0379-0738

ORPHANOU, Charlotte-Maria, WALTON-WILLIAMS, Laura, MOUNTAIN, Harry and CASSELLA, John (2016) Corrigendum to ‘The detection and discrimination of human body fluids using ATR FT-IR spectroscopy’ [Forensic Sci. Int. 252 (2015) e10–e16]. Forensic Science International, 261. p. 82. ISSN 1872-6283

ORPHANOU, Charlotte-Maria, WALTON-WILLIAMS, Laura, MOUNTAIN, Harry and CASSELLA, John (2016) Corrigendum to ‘The detection and discrimination of human body fluids using ATR FT-IR spectroscopy’ [Forensic Sci. Int. 252 (2015) e10–e16]. Forensic Science International, 261 (April). p. 82. ISSN 03790738

Pringle, Jamie, Jervis, John, Roberts, Daniel, Dick, Henry, WISNIEWSKI, Kristopher, Cassidy, Nigel, J and CASSELLA, John (2016) Long-term Geophysical Monitoring of Simulated Clandestine Graves using Electrical and Ground Penetrating Radar Methods: 4–6 Years After Burial. J Forensic Sci, 61 (2). pp. 309-321. ISSN 1556-4029

SHEPPARD, Kayleigh, CASSELLA, John and FIELDHOUSE, Sarah (2016) How Technology is Revolutionising Crime Scene Capture and Presentation Visualising a Crime Scene using Novel Crime Scene Documentation Technology. CSeye, 2016 (Jan). pp. 16-24.

Pringle, Jamie, CASSELLA, John, Jervis, John and Williams, Anna (2015) Soilwater Conductivity Analysis to Date and Locate Clandestine Graves of Homicide Victims. Journal of Forensic Sciences, 60 (4). pp. 1052-1060. ISSN 0022-1198

Pringle, Jamie, CASSELLA, John, Jervis, John, Wililams, Anna, Cross, Peter and Cassidy, Nigel, J (2015) Soilwater Conductivity Analysis to Date and Locate Clandestine Graves of Homicide Victims. J Forensic Sci, 60 (4). pp. 1052-1060. ISSN 1556-4029

Pringle, JK, Jervis, JR, Hansen, JD, Jones, GM, Cassidy, Nigel, J and CASSELLA, John (2012) Geophysical Monitoring of Simulated Clandestine Graves Using Electrical and Ground-Penetrating Radar Methods: 0–3 Years After Burial. Journal of Forensic Sciences, 57 (6). pp. 1467-1486. ISSN 1556-4029

CASSELLA, John and McCartney, C (2011) Lowering the Drawbridges: Legal and Forensic Science Education for the 21st Century. Forensic Science Policy & Management: An International Journal, 2 (2). pp. 81-93. ISSN ISSN: 1940-9044 print / 1940-9036 online

Chick, Andrew and CASSELLA, John (2011) Gum Damar as a substitute for Canada Balsam in mounting media for microscopical specimens. Entomologists Monthly Magazine, 147. pp. 111-114. ISSN 0013-8908

Pringle, J, CASSELLA, John and Jervis, J (2010) Preliminary soilwater conductivity analysis to date clandestine burials of homicide victims. Forensic Science International, 198 (1-3). pp. 126-133. ISSN 0379-0738

Pringle, JK, Jervis, J, CASSELLA, John and Cassidy, Nigel, J (2008) Time-Lapse Geophysical Investigations over a Simulated Urban Clandestine Grave. Journal of Forensic Sciences, 53 (6). pp. 1-12. ISSN 00221198

McCartney, C and CASSELLA, John (2008) When science doesn’t meet the law: addressing the absence of forensic skills in law degrees. New Directions in the Teaching of Physical Sciences, 4. pp. 1-4. ISSN ISSN 1740-9888

Book Chapter, Section or Conference Proceeding

Donnelly, Laurance, CASSELLA, John, Pirrie, Duncan, Dawson, Lorna, Arnold, Peter, BLOM, Giorgio, DAVIDSON, Alison and HARRISON, Mark (2018) Analysis of Soil Following the Search and Recovery of a Cold Case Homicide Grave: Potential Implications for Police Led Open Area Ground Searches for Burials. In: Forensic Soil Science and Geology - Special Publication. Geological Society of London. (In Press)

HENRY, Elecia, Smith, Robert, Collins, Michael, BIRD, Susan, GOWLAND, Pauline and CASSELLA, John (2017) Novel Ferrocenyl Chalcone Compounds as Possible Antimicrobial Agents. In: “Antimicrobial Research: Novel bioknowledge and educational programs. Microbiology Book Series, 40 (6). Formatex Research Center, Badajoz, Spain, pp. 140-148. ISBN 978-84-947512-0-2

WALTON-WILLIAMS, Laura, CASSELLA, John and Newton, Mary (2017) The Scenes of Crime Handbook. In: The Scenes of Crime Handbook. WA Group, Essex, pp. 25-35.

Witt, I and CASSELLA, John (2015) The feasibility of a United Kingdom Human Taphonomic Research Centre (UKHTRC). In: The feasibility of a United Kingdom Human Taphonomic Research Centre (UKHTRC). Blurb Books, http://www.blurb.co.uk/b/6632826-the-feasibility-of-a-united-kingdom-human-taphonom, pp. 1-88.

Pringle, JK, Jervis, J, CASSELLA, John and Tuckwell, G (2009) Using soil and groundwater to understand resistivity surveys over a simulated clandestine grave. In: Criminal and environmental soil forensics. Springer Publishing, Dortrecht, The Netherlands, pp. 271-284. ISBN 978-1-4020-9204-6

Monograph or Report

GRIME, Martin and CASSELLA, John (2018) Forensic Canine White Papers A proof of concept foundational guide to the application of forensic canines within law enforcement investigations, research and training development. Other. Staffordshire University, Staffordshire University.

McCartney, C and CASSELLA, John (2011) The Law-Forensic Science Disciplinary Divide - The Canadian Experience. Project Report. Higher Education Academy, Higher Education Academy.

CASSELLA, John, Lewis, M, Brown, R and LUCKING, Paul (2007) Hulton Abbey Skeletal Digitisation Project JISC / Academy Distributed e-Learning (DeL) Programme II. Project Report. JISC / Academy Distributed e-Learning (DeL) Programme II, JISC / Academy Distributed e-Learning (DeL) Programme II.

Conference or Workshop Item

BOLTON-KING, Rachel, CASSELLA, John, RANKIN, Brian and MORGAN, Ruth (2018) Research4Justice: An International, Open Access Resource for All. In: Chartered Society of Forensic Sciences Annual Conference, 1-2 Nov 2018, Northampton, United Kingdom.

BOLTON-KING, Rachel, CASSELLA, John, MORGAN, Ruth and RANKIN, Brian (2018) Research4Justice: An International, Open Access Research Database. In: 8th European Academy of Forensic Science Conference, 27-31 Aug 2018, Lyon, France. (Unpublished)

HOOKWAY, Esme, SQUIRES, Kirsty and CASSELLA, John (2017) Understanding the Presence of Children in Late Medieval Hospitals, A.D. 1050-1600. In: 19th Annual Conference of the British Association for Biological Anthropology and Osteoarchaeology, 8th - 10th September 2017, Liverpool John Moores University.

Chu, Tingting, BLOM, Giorgio, DAVIDSON, Alison and CASSELLA, John (2017) Natural background levels of primary biogenic amines in water samples from lakes and rivers around Stoke-on-Trent. In: British Conference on Undergraduate Research - Bournemouth UK, 25th & 26th April 2017, British Conference on Undergraduate Research - Bournemouth UK.

Crossland, Jessica and CASSELLA, John (2017) Detection and Forensic Evidential Value of Tattoos Identified Using Alternative Light Sources. In: British Conference on Undergraduate Research 2017, 24th & 25th April 2017, Bournemouth, UK.

Lehan, Samantha, CASSELLA, John, LAMONT, Neil and GWINNETT, Claire (2017) Bacterial Succession of the Aquatic Necrobiome as an Indicator of Post Mortem Submersion Interval. In: ECS RESEARCH SYMPOSIUM, 19 APRIL 2017 | 10:30 – 18:00, UNIVERSITY OF WESTMINSTER, LONDON.

HENRY, Elecia, Smith, R, Collins, M, BIRD, Susan, GOWLAND, Pauline and CASSELLA, John (2016) Novel Ferrocenyl Chalcone Compounds as Possible Antimicrobial Agents. In: Antibiotic Resistance Mechanisms Workshop for Researchers, 24th-25th November 2016, Birmingham UK.

Donnelly, L, CASSELLA, John, Pirrie, D, Dawson, L, Harrault, L, BLOM, Giorgio, DAVIDSON, Alison, ARNOLD, P and Harrison, M (2016) Analysis of leachate, VOCs, fatty acids and mineralogy following the discovery of a homicide grave: Potential implications for police led open area ground searches for burials. In: 35TH INTERNATIONAL GEOLOGICAL CONGRESS, August 2016, CAPE TOWN, SOUTH AFRICA.

Donnelly, L, CASSELLA, John, Pirrie, D, Dawson, L, Harrault, L, BLOM, Giorgio, DAVIDSON, Alison, ARNOLD, P and Harrison, M (2016) Analysis of Leachate, fatty acids and Mineralogy Following the Discovery of a Homicide Grave: Potential Implications for Police Led Open Area Ground Searches for Burials. In: 35TH INTERNATIONAL GEOLOGICAL CONGRESS, 27 AUGUST - 4 SEPTEMBER 2016, CAPE TOWN, SOUTH AFRICA.

Lehan, S, CASSELLA, John, GWINNETT, Claire and Williams, D (2016) Bacterial Succession of the Aquatic Necrobiome as an Indicator of Post Mortem Submersion Interval. In: Forensic Research and Teaching Conference, July 2016, Glasgow.

BLOM, Giorgio, DAVIDSON, Alison, Pringle, JK and CASSELLA, John (2015) “Murder mayhem and machines”�. In: Lichfield Science & Engineering Society meeting, November 2015, Lichfield UK.

BLOM, Giorgio, Krens, Max, DAVIDSON, Alison, CASSELLA, John and Pringle, Jamie (2015) ION CHROMATOGRAPHY; AN EXAMINATION OF PORCINE LEACHATE TO IDENTIFY CHEMICAL MARKERS FOR CLANDESTINE GRAVES. In: Forensic Research and Teaching Conference, July 2015, Glasgow.

Langley, A, CASSELLA, John, DAVIDSON, Alison, BLOM, Giorgio and DEAKIN, Liz (2015) Underwater Decomposition and Odor Analysis: Investigating the Detection of Biogenic Amines. In: British Conference on Undergraduate Research.

Waine, C, CASSELLA, John and HIGGINS, Sarah (2015) The Expert Eye Testing the observational skills of Scene of Crime Officers using Eye Tracking Equipment. In: Forensic Institute Rsearch Network meeting, 2015, Staffordshire University UK.

Voorwerk, V, BLOM, Giorgio, DAVIDSON, Alison and CASSELLA, John (2015) Detection of Fluoride in Mock Grave Environments using Ion Chromatography and Fluoride Ion-Selective Electrode & Subsequent Analysis of Environmental Samples from Murder Inquiry using Ion Chromatography. In: Posters in (UK) Parliament, January 2015, (UK) Parliament.

Pringle, JK, Jervis, JR, Dick, H, Cassidy, Nigel, J and CASSELLA, John (2014) Geophysical monitoring of simulated clandestine graves using electrical and ground penetrating radar methods: 4-6 years. In: Near Surface Geophysics & Forensic Geoscience Specialist Sub-Group Meetings, 2-3 December 2014, London.

McCartney, C and CASSELLA, John (2012) Forging a Stable Relationship?: Bridging the Law and Forensic Science Divide in the Academy. In: European Association of Forensic Science - Towards Forensic Science 2.0, 20-24th August 2012, The Hague.

Pringle, J and CASSELLA, John (2009) Updates and Advances in the location of clandestine burials of murder victims. In: Invited presentation for the Royal College of Pathologists, Carlton House Terrace, London,, 4th March 2009., Royal College of Pathologists, Carlton House Terrace, London,.

CASSELLA, John (2008) Forensic Pathology - Distance Learning Development (as part of Teaching & Learning Fellowship). In: Celebrating Staff Success 2008 AND Forensic Research & Teaching (FORREST) Conference 2008, July 2008 FORREST & September 2008 Celebrating Staff Success.

Nuzzo, L, Pringle, JK, Jervis, J, CASSELLA, John and Cassidy, Nigel, J (2008) Combined time-lapse 3D GPR and resistivity investigations on simulated clandestine burials in complex urban environments. In: 12th International Conference on Ground Penetrating Radar, June 16-19, 2008, Birmingham, UK.

Newbery, Simon and CASSELLA, John (2008) A study of the use of cadaver dogs for blood scent detection in criminal investigations. In: Forensic Institute Research Network conference, June 2008, Staffordshire University.

Patent

J. Buurstede, L. Walton-Williams, J. Partridge and J. Cassella. Staffordshire University. (Buurstede, Jacobus, WALTON-WILLIAMS, Laura, PARTRIDGE, Julian and CASSELLA, John) (2016) SAMPLE COLLECTION APPARATUS. United States Patent Application 20160030020.

GB2014/050691 (CASSELLA, John, PARTRIDGE, Julian, WALTON-WILLIAMS, Laura and Buurstede, Jacobus) (2014) Patent - Sample Collection Apparatus. http://encrypted.google.com/patents/EP2964101B1?cl=sv.

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