Petraco, N. & Kubic, T., 2003
Color Atlas and Manual of Microscopy for Criminalists, Chemists, and Conservators
"Offers nearly 500 color images of the most commonly encountered materials for specimen comparison and identification
* Provides basic instruction on microscopy techniques for professionals without formal training
* Combines techniques into one source for the first time in language that avoids scientific jargon
* Shows the commonality of specimen analysis among art restorers, archeologists, chemists, and forensic scientists
* Covers a wide range of materials such as synthetic and natural fibers, wood fragments, paint chips, pigments, soils, mineral grains, gemstones, and human and animal hair."
Has a USA focus.