Theresa Stotesbury
Theresa Stotesbury
Ontario Tech University
Verified email at ontariotechu.ca
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Blood drop size in passive dripping from weapons
N Kabaliuk, MC Jermy, K Morison, T Stotesbury, MC Taylor, E Williams
Forensic science international 228 (1-3), 75-82, 2013
272013
The application of silicon sol–gel technology to forensic blood substitute development: Mimicking aspects of whole human blood rheology
T Stotesbury, M Illes, P Wilson, AJ Vreugdenhil
Forensic science international 270, 12-19, 2017
132017
Passive Drip Stain Formation Dynamics of Blood onto Hard Surfaces and Comparison with Simple Fluids for Blood Substitute Development and Assessment,
T Stotesbury, MC Taylor, MC Jermy
Journal of forensic sciences 62 (1), 74-82, 2017
122017
The application of silicon sol–gel technology to forensic blood substitute development: Investigation of the spreading dynamics onto a paper surface
T Stotesbury, M Illes, P Wilson, AJ Vreugdenhil
Forensic science international 275, 308-313, 2017
92017
Quantifying chemiluminescence of the forensic luminol test for ovine blood in a dilution and time series
S Polacco, P Wilson, M Illes, T Stotesbury
Forensic science international 290, 36-41, 2018
72018
A commentary on synthetic blood substitute research and development
T Stotesbury, M Illes, P Wilson, A Vreugdenhil
Journal of Bloodstain Pattern Analysis 31 (2), 3-6, 2015
72015
Design considerations for the implementation of artificial fluids as blood substitutes for educational and training use in the forensic sciences
T Stotesbury, C Bruce, M Illes, R Hanley-Dafoe
Forensic Science Policy & Management: An International Journal 7 (3-4), 81-86, 2016
62016
An Impact Velocity Device Design for Blood Spatter Pattern Generation with Considerations for High‐Speed Video Analysis
T Stotesbury, M Illes, AJ Vreugdenhil
Journal of forensic sciences 61 (2), 501-508, 2016
62016
Novel silica sol–gel passive sampler for mercury monitoring in aqueous systems
Y Zhou, T Stotesbury, B Dimock, A Vreugdenhil, H Hintelmann
Chemosphere 90 (2), 323-328, 2013
62013
Characterizing drip patterns in bloodstain pattern analysis: An investigation of the influence of droplet impact velocity and number of droplets on static pattern features
K Boos, A Orr, M Illes, T Stotesbury
Forensic science international 301, 55-66, 2019
52019
Waterborne epoxy-thiol decorated silica sol-gel coatings: impact of crosslinking on corrosion prevention
S Shetranjiwalla, A Vreugdenhil, T Stotesbury
Journal of Sol-Gel Science and Technology 87 (2), 504-513, 2018
52018
The development of sensitivity tests for the creation and use of synthetic blood substitutes in bloodstain pattern analysis
T Stotesbury
Masters Thesis-University of Auckland, 2012
52012
Luminol reagent control materials in bloodstain pattern analysis: A silicon sol-gel polymer alternative
S Polacco, P Wilson, M Illes, AJ Vreugdenhil, T Stotesbury
Forensic Chemistry 12, 91-98, 2019
42019
The use of a forensic blood substitute for impact pattern area of origin estimation via three trajectory analysis programs
S Polacco, M Illes, T Stotesbury
Canadian Society of Forensic Science Journal 51 (2), 58-66, 2018
42018
Novel technological approaches for pedagogy in forensic science: a case study in bloodstain pattern analysis
M Illes, C Bruce, T Stotesbury, R Hanley-Dafoe
Forensic Science Policy & Management: An International Journal 7 (3-4), 87-97, 2016
42016
Investigation of physical effects of Acid Yellow 7 enhancement on dark and non-porous surfaces in impact pattern area of origin estimation
T Stotesbury, M Illes, A Vreugdenhil
Canadian Society of Forensic Science Journal 45 (1), 22-35, 2012
42012
An exploratory time since deposition analysis of whole blood using metrics of DNA degradation and visible absorbance spectroscopy
T Stotesbury, ML Cossette, T Newell-Bell, ABA Shafer
Pure and Applied Geophysics 178, 735-743, 2021
32021
Bridging the gap between academia and practice: perspectives from two large-scale and niche research projects in Canada
DV Beresford, T Stotesbury, SV Langer, M Illes, CJ Kyle, B Yamashita
Science & Justice 60 (1), 95-98, 2020
32020
Whole bovine blood use in forensic research: Sample preparation and storage considerations
A Orr, R Gualdieri, ML Cossette, ABA Shafer, T Stotesbury
Science & Justice 61 (3), 214-220, 2021
22021
Validation of Sherlock, a linear trajectory analysis program for use in bloodstain pattern analysis
A Orr, M Illes, J Beland, T Stotesbury
Canadian Society of Forensic Science Journal 52 (2), 78-94, 2019
22019
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