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| The Latest in Fire Debris Analysis - GC/MS/MS - Frenzy Conference|
D. A. Sutherland, B. Sc., C. Chem., Organics ManagerActivation Laboratories Ltd.Presented at the FRENZY Conference(Forensic Sciences & Crime Scene Technology)Wash...
| K9 Sensitivity - Comparison to the Laboratory - 1996|
Re: Sensitivity Comparison for Ignitable LiquidsOn Wednesday, January 23, 1996 the following tests were performed at the offices of "Origin & Cause" in Ancaster, Ontario.
| Fire Debris Analysis Results from the IAAI Fire Investigation and Arson Task Force Seminar|
Guelph (June 98), Simcoe (June 99)
* Dale Sutherland, Activation Laboratories Ltd., Ancaster, OntarioKen Byers, Origin and Cause Inc.,...
| Vehicle Test Burns|
Ancaster Fire Dept., Origin & Cause Inc., Activation Laboratories
* Dale Sutherland, Organics Manager, Activation Laboratories Ltd.Ken Byers, Professional Enginee...
| Comparison of Capabilities and Limitations of GC-FID, GC-MS and GC-MS-MS in the analysis for Ignitable Liquids|
Comparison of Capabilities and Limitations of GC-FID, GC-MS and GC-MS-MS in the analysis for Ignitable Liquids - a combination of information presented at Frenzy 2000, NCFS, and IFRI...
| Comparison of the capabilities of the Arson K9 to laboratory GC-MS and GC-MS-MS methods |
| Fire Debris Analysis, Statistics And the Use of the Latest Analytical Tools|
OverviewFire investigators are interested in knowing the best type of samples to obtain, best containers to use, and the appropriate number of samples that would be representative for a fire scene....
| Response to Fire Debris Analysis Statistics and the Use of the Latest Analytical Tools|
This scientist highlighted some very good points with regard to the use of laboratory results as only one piece of the puzzle in fire cause investigation. We would like to add to his comments and show the importance of data review and the use of statistics.