Once the terrain has been demarcated, the graves are found within it along with other elements directly or indirectly linked to the human remains that may be totally or partially buried.
Next, the remains found in these graves are exhumed. The method used is detailed and thorough, avoiding the loss of any evidence. It covers aspects such as grave delimitation, soil sieving and does not unattended the tasks of documentation and registration of all features relative to the remains.
The recovered osseous remains are divided and grouped anatomically to facilitate their study and recognition. Later, they are sent to the lab properly parcelled to avoid any damage they could suffer.
We also pay attention to the belongings that may be uncovered alongside the remains and initiate a parallel investigation that is, nevertheless, intimately linked to the individual that carried said belongings.