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What does FEFAP stand for?

FEFAP stands for Franklin Expedition Forensic Anthropology Project

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In June 1981, Owen Beattie, a professor of anthropology at the University of Alberta, began the 1845–48 Franklin Expedition Forensic Anthropology Project (FEFAP) when he and his team of researchers and field assistants travelled from Edmonton to King William Island, traversing the island's western coast as Franklin's men did 132 years before. FEFAP hoped to find artifacts and skeletal remains in order to use modern forensics to establish identities and causes of death among the lost 129.
In June 1981, Owen Beattie, a professor of anthropology at the University of Alberta, began the 1845?48 Franklin Expedition Forensic Anthropology Project (FEFAP) when he and his team of researchers and field assistants travelled from Edmonton to King William Island, traversing the island's western coast as Franklin's men did 132?years before. FEFAP hoped to find artifacts and skeletal remains in order to use modern forensics to establish identities and causes of death among the lost 129.
In the mid-1980s, Owen Beattie, a University of Alberta professor of anthropology, began a 10-year series of scientific studies known as the "1845–48 Franklin Expedition Forensic Anthropology Project.
I juni 1981 påbörjade antropologiprofessorn vid University of Alberta, Owen Beattie, 1845–48 Franklin Expedition Forensic Anthropology Project (FEFAP) när han och hans forskningslag reste från Edmonton till King Williams land, genom öns västkust på samma sätt som Franklins besättning hade gjort 132 år tidigare. FEFAP hoppades på att hitta artefakter och skelettdelar så att de kunde använda modern kriminalteknik för att fastställa identiteterna och dödsorsakerna bland de 129 männen.
En juin 1981, Owen Beattie, un professeur d'anthropologie de l'Université de l'Alberta, initie le « 1845–48 Franklin Expedition Forensic Anthropology Project » (FEFAP) en se rendant avec une équipe de chercheurs et d'assistants venus d'Edmonton sur l'île du Roi-Guillaume. Ce projet vise à trouver des artéfacts et des restes osseux en vue de recherches avec les techniques modernes de la médecine légale pour établir l'identité et les causes des décès parmi les 129 hommes morts[35].
En junio de 1981, Owen Beattie, un profesor de antropología de la Universidad de Alberta, comenzó el Proyecto de Antropología Forense de la expedición de Franklin, 1845-1848 (1845–48 Franklin Expedition Forensic Anthropology Project.