Particle Combination Analysis

Publications and Presentations

PARTICLE ANALYSIS PUBLICATIONS AND PRESENTATIONS

David Stoney has been a leading academic, researcher, instructor, and journal editor in areas relating to analysis and interpretation of microscopic particles for over 30 years.  Stoney Forensic, Inc has been at the forefront of developing practical applications and programmatic applications for over 15 years.  Results of these efforts include more than 100 published papers and invited talks at professional meetings.  A few important ones are listed here.

‘Utilization of Environmentally Acquired Very Small Particles as a Means of Association’ - Article by Dr. David Stoney et al. - Forensic Science International. Vol. 254, 26-50, 2015.

‘Particle Combination Analysis: Developing a New Approach to Forensic Trace Evidence’ Talk by Dr. David Stoney - National Institute of Justice 2015 Research Grantees Meeting, Orlando, FL, February 17, 2015.

‘Computational Methods Supporting Particle Combination Analysis: Application to Very Small Particles on the Surface of Carpet Fibers’ Talk by Dr, David Stoney - Proceedings of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences, Vol. 20, pp. 85-86, 2014.

‘Illustration and Analysis of a Coordinated Approach to an Effective Forensic Trace Evidence Capability’ - Article by David and Paul Stoney - Forensic Science International, Vol. 253, pp. 14-27, 2015.

‘Exploitation of Very Small Particles to Enhance the Probative Value of Carpet Fibers’ - Article by Dr. David Stoney et al. - Forensic Science International, Vol. 252, pp. 52-68, 2015.

‘A Critical Review of Forensic Trace Evidence Analysis and the Need for a New Approach’ - Article by David and Paul Stoney - Forensic Science International, Vol. 251, pp. 159-170, 2015.

‘Inferential Source Attribution from Dust: Review and Analysis’ - Article by Dr. David Stoney et al. - Forensic Sci Rev, Vol 25, pp.107-142, 2013.

‘Particle Combination Analysis for Predictive Source Attribution: Tracing a Shipment of Contraband Ivory’ - Article by Dr. David Stoney et al. -, Journal of the Association of Trace Evidence Examiners, Vol. 2, No. 1, pp. 13-72, December, 2011.

‘Time to Rethink Dusts’ - Talk by Dr. David Stoney at 2011 NIJ/FBI Trace Evidence Symposium.

Computational Methods Supporting Particle Combination Analysis Proceedings AAFS