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Thursday
Sep082011

Imports of Indonesian Marine Products into the European Union 1990-1995

Document (15.36MB) (2008) Caroline Raymakers

Friday
Sep022011

The illegal trade in wild birds for food through South-east and Central Europe

Documents (600 KB). (November 2008) 6pp. Published by TRAFFIC Europe.

Friday
Sep022011

Review of the Status, Harvest, Trade and Management of Seven Asian CITES-listed Medicinal and Aromatic Plant Species

Document by Teresa Mulliken and Petra Crofton (1.7 MB) (December 2008). 142pp. Bundesamt für Naturschutz (BfN)

Friday
Sep022011

The state of wildlife trade in China: Information on the trade in wild animals and plants in China 2007

Document (2.3 MB) Edited by Xu Hongfa and Craig Kirkpatrick. (November 2008). 20pp. Published by TRAFFIC East Asia China Programme

Friday
Sep022011

Caviar Report to the European Commission, Parts I and II

Document(PDF 2.75MB) Engler, M and Knapp A, TRAFFIC, UNEP-WCMC (2008)

Friday
Sep022011

Continuing CCAMLR's fight against IUU fishing for toothfish

Document (1.5 MB) Mary Lack (November 2008). 50pp. Despite the introduction of a range of monitoring, control and surveillance (MCS) measures, most notably the introduction of a Catch Documentation Scheme (CDS) for Dissostichus spp., IUU catch remains a concern. WWF Australia and TRAFFIC International.

Thursday
Sep012011

Tortoises and freshwater turtles of India (Poster)

Document (PDF, 1.42 MB) (2008) Published by TRAFFIC India

Thursday
Sep012011

The Case for a Catch Documentation Scheme in the Western and Central Pacific

Document (1.6 MB) Mary Lack (2008) 19pp. The Western and Central Pacific Fisheries Commission (WCPFC) has been discussing the introduction of a documentation scheme for Bigeye Tuna Thunnus obesus since 2005. Since then the views of members have polarized around whether the documentation scheme should apply to all fish caught and traded (a CDS) or only to traded product (a TDS). Published by: WWF South Pacific Programme and TRAFFIC International.

Thursday
Sep012011

An overview of the use and trade of plants and animals in traditional medicine systems in Cambodia

Document (PDF, 4.7 MB) David Ashwell and Naomi Walston. (2008) 108pp. TRAFFIC Southeast Asia, Greater Mekong Programme, Ha Noi, Viet Nam. This comprises two reports. The first examines the use of wildlife and plants in Traditional Khmer Medicine (TKM), whilst the second focuses entirely on the medicinal plant trade in Cambodia.

Thursday
Sep012011

An overview of the use of plants and animals in traditional medicine systems in Viet Nam

Document  (PDF, 1.2 MB) compiled by Nguyen Dao Ngoc Van and Nguyen Tap. (2008) 92pp. TRAFFIC Southeast Asia, Greater Mekong Programme, Ha Noi, Viet Nam. A study utilising formal and informal interviews, casual observations and questionnaires into the use of flora and fauna in traditional medicine in Viet Nam.

Thursday
Sep012011

An assessment of the marine turtle products trade in Viet Nam

Document  (PDF, 460 KB) Daniel Stiles. (2008) 34pp. ISBN 9789833393251. TRAFFIC Southeast Asia, Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia.

Thursday
Sep012011

An identification guide to the tortoises and freshwater turtles of Brunei Darussalam, Indonesia, Malaysia, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Singapore and Timor Leste 

(2008). Published by TRAFFIC Southeast Asia. To purchase a copy, please download, print out and fill in this form and post to: TRAFFIC SEA, Unit 9-3A, 3rd Floor, Jalan SS23/11, Taman SEA, 47400 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia or fax to: +603-7882 0171.

Thursday
Sep012011

Tortoises and freshwater turtles of India (Poster)

Document (Poster) (PDF, 1.42 MB) (2008) Published by TRAFFIC India.

Thursday
Sep012011

An overview of the regulation of the freshwater turtle and tortoise pet trade in Jakarta, Indonesia (Tinjauan terhadap peraturan perdagangan kura-kura air tawar sebagai satwa peliharaan di Jakarta,

(Document) (3.8 MB) Chris R. Shepherd, Vincent Nijman. (January 2008). 62pp. ISBN 978 983 3393 08 4. In an attempt to gain a greater insight into the drivers behind wildlife trade and to increase our understanding of how to regulate this trade, this survey provides an overview of the management and control of wildlife harvesting in Indonesia. TRAFFIC Southeast Asia report.

Thursday
Sep012011

Pet freshwater turtle and tortoise trade in Chatuchak Market, Bangkok, Thailand

Document , Malaysia ISBN 9789833393077. English and Thai. (2008) The Chatuchak or Weekend Market in Bangkok is an important hub for the sale of freshwater turtles and tortoises, many of which are prohibited from trade. Buyers from other parts of Asia, especially individuals from Japan, Malaysia and Singapore, are known to purchase large numbers of turtles from the dealers in Chatuchak Market for retail in their respective countries. Much of the importing and exporting of freshwater turtles and tortoises to and from the Chatuchak Market is believed to be conducted illegally in contravention of CITES-related laws.

Thursday
Sep012011

Proceedings of the workshop on trade and conservation of pangolins native to South and Southeast Asia, 30 June - 2 July 2008, Singapore Zoo, Singapore

Document (3 MB) (2008) Edited by S. Pantel and S.Y. Chin. 227pp. Published by: TRAFFIC Southeast Asia.

Thursday
Sep012011

The Tiger Trade Revisited in Sumatra, Indonesia

Document (1.1 MB) Julia Ng and Nemora. (February 2008) (English and Bahasa Indonesian). TRAFFIC Southeast Asia. 58pp.  ISBN 978 983 3393 09 1. Report into the ongoing and illegal open trade in Tiger parts in Sumatra

Thursday
Sep012011

Paper Tigers? The role of the U.S. captive Tiger population in the trade in Tiger parts

Document (1.9 MB) Douglas F. Williamson & Leigh A. Henry (July 2008). TRAFFIC North America. 52pp. A report examining the regulations concerning the keeping and breeding of Tigers in captivity in the U.S.A.

Thursday
Sep012011

The wild cat trade in Myanmar

Document(PDF, 1.1 MB) Chris R Shepherd and Vincent Nijman. (2008). TRAFFIC Southeast Asia. 16pp. ISBN 9833393152. A total of 1,320 wild cat parts, representing an absolute minimum of 1158 individual animals were observed during 12 surveys carried out in Myanmar (formerly Burma) between 1991 and 2006. These parts represented all eight species of wild cats found in Myanmar.

Thursday
Sep012011

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