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Dr Emily Norton

Lecturer in Forensic Science

School of Business & Criminology

01752 636700

enorton@marjon.ac.uk


Emily Norton

Role Summary

I am a certified Forensic Anthropologist (FA-III) with a range of forensic casework experience. My research interests include the use of orbital remote sensing platforms to locate human mass graves in temperate environments. As a Lecturer in Forensic Science, I aim to inspire and engage students from the moment they arrive and equip them with the practical skills they require for employment within the sector.


Qualifications

  • PhD Applied Remote Sensing, Bournemouth University
  • MSc Forensic Archaeology and Anthropology, Cranfield University
  • BSc (Hons) Forensic Science, University of Lincoln


Teaching

  • Anatomy and Physiology
  • Mass Disaster Victim Identification
  • Introductory Forensic Science
  • Forensic Trace Analysis
  • Forensic Anthropology


Publications

Conference Presentations

Norton, E.Ford, A.Cheetham, P. and Gerdau-Radonic, K., 2015. Multi-Temporal Remote Sensing of Mass Graves in Temperate Environments. Newcastle: Remote Sensing and Photogrammetry Society Wavelength Conference. 

Norton, E.Ford, A.Cheetham, P. and Gerdau-Radonic, K., 2015. Multi-Temporal Remote Sensing of Mass Graves in Temperate Environments. Orlando FL: American Academy of Forensic Sciences 67th Annual Scientific Meeting.

Norton, E.Ford, A.Cheetham, P. and Gerdau-Radonic, K., 2014. Multi-Temporal Remote Sensing of Mass Graves. The London Geological Society, Burlington House: Forensic Geoscience: Future Horizons.

Norton, E.Ford, A. and Cheetham, P., 2014. Multi-Temporal Remote Sensing of Mass Graves. Defence Academy of the United Kingdom: 3rd European Meeting on Forensic Archaeology (EMFA).

Norton, E.Ford, A. and Cheetham, P., 2014. Multi-Temporal Remote Sensing of Mass Graves. Aberystwyth: Remote Sensing and Photogrammetry Society’s Annual Conference.

Norton, E.Ford, A. and Cheetham, P., 2014. Multi-Temporal Remote Sensing of Mass Graves. Aberystwyth: NERC Field Spectroscopy Facility Biennial Workshop at the Remote Sensing and Photogrammetry Society Annual Conference.

Norton, E.Ford, A. and Cheetham, P., 2014. The Prospection of Mass Graves: A Multi-Platform Approach. Great Malvern: Remote Sensing and Photogrammetry Society Wavelength Conference.

Norton, E.Ford, A. and Cheetham, P., 2013. The Prospection of Mass Graves: A Multi-Platform Approach. Glasgow: Remote Sensing and Photogrammetry Society’s Annual.

Norton, E., Wessling, R. and Mouazen, A., 2011. The Application of In Situ Reflectance Spectroscopy for the Detection of Mass Graves. Manchester: British Association of Human Identification Annual Conference.

Norton, E.A., Wessling, R. and Mouazen, A., 2011. The Application of In-Situ Reflectance Spectroscopy for the Detection of Mass Graves. Chicago, IL: American Academy of Forensic Sciences 63rd Annual Scientific Meeting.

 

 

 


Expert Membership of professional bodies

  • Certified Forensic Anthropologist (Cert FA-III) awarded in June 2018 by the Royal Anthropological Institute
  • Fellow of the Royal Anthropological Institute
  • Member of the British Association for Human Identification (BAHID)
  • Member of the British Association for Forensic Anthropology (BAFA)


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