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Friday
Oct012010

Shark Fisheries and Trade in Taiwan

Document (scanned PDF, 3 MB) George C.T. Chen, Kwang-Ming Liu, Shoou-Jean Juong, Marcus Phipps. (July 1997). 57pp

Friday
Oct012010

Shark Fisheries and Trade in Europe

Document (Executive summary PDF, 196 KB) (scanned full report PDF, 4.5 MB) Elizabeth H. Fleming, Philippe A. Papageorgiou. (1997). 78pp. ISBN 9 07524 303 0 (ISBN 978 9 07524 303 1).

Friday
Oct012010

Still in Business: The Ivory Trade in Asia, Seven Years After the CITES Ban

Document (PDF 5.27MB) TRAFFIC, Stephen V. Nash (1997)

Friday
Oct012010

Fin, Feather, Scale and Skin: Observations on the wildlife trade in Lao PDR and Vietnam. Trade Review

Document (Scanned PDF, 2.6 MB) Edited by: Stephen V. Nash. (1997). 45pp. ISBN 9 83992 462 1 (ISBN 978 9 83992 462 6).

Friday
Oct012010

TRAFFIC & CITES CoP10

Friday
Oct012010

Making CITES Work: Examples of Effective Implementation and Enforcement

Document (659 KB) by Crawford C. Allan. (June 1997). 16pp. This report presents examples of the positive moves that have been made by both governments and agencies to improve implementation and enforcement of the Convention and associated national laws and regulations. The reports aims to encourage others to take these positive initiatives and adapt them to their own circumstances to allow the growth of strong national, regional or issue-specific activities and processes.

Friday
Oct012010

Sturgeon Catch and Trade in the Russian part of the Caspian Sea

Document (scanned PDF, 1.5 MB) Alexey Vaisman. (December 1997). 21pp. (English edition). Published by: TRAFFIC Europe – Russia.

Friday
Oct012010

A Review of the Southern Bluefin Tuna Fishery: Implications for Ecologically Sustainable Management

Document (Executive summary, 164 KB) Elizabeth E. Hayes. (July 1997). 34pp. ISBN 0 95870 082 6 (ISBN 978 0 95870 082 5)

Thursday
Sep092010

Shark Fisheries and the Trade in Sharks and Shark Products of Southeast Asia

Document (scanned PDF, 4.5 MB) Edited by: Chen Hin Keong. (October 1996). 129pp.

Friday
Sep032010

Sturgeon Catch and Trade in the Russian Part of the Caspian Sea

Document (PDF 1.92 MB) (1997) Alexey Vaisman

Thursday
Sep022010

Live Bird Trade in Northern India

Document (Scanned full report - warning 24 MB) Abrar Ahmed (September 1997). 104pp

Thursday
Sep022010

The feasibility of using canines to detect wildlife contraband

Document (Scanned PDF, 4.5 MB) (1997) 26pp. Rob Parry-Jones. Published by TRAFFIC East Asia.

Thursday
Sep022010

The Oceania Region's Harvest, Trade and Management of Sharks and other Cartilaginous Fish: An Overview

Document (scanned PDF, 6.5 MB) Edited by: Glenn Sant, Elizabeth Hayes. (December 1996). 70pp. ISBN 0 95870 080 X (ISBN 978 0 95870 080 1).

Thursday
Sep022010

Survey of Wildllife Management Regimes for Sustainable Utilisation

 Document (PDF 22.28MB) (1996) Timothy M. Swanson, C. Fernandez Ugalde and R. A. Luxmoore

Wednesday
Sep012010

Parrot Smuggling Across the Texas-Mexico Border

Document (PDF, 1.6 MB) José Goggi, Debra Rose, Gina De Ferrari, Leonora Sheeline. (June 1996). 31pp.

Wednesday
Sep012010

Identification Manual for Indian Wildlife - Species and Derivatives in Trade

Document (1996). (Scanned PDF, 3 MB) by Iqbal Malik and Vivek Menao. 81pp.

Wednesday
Sep012010

Untersuchung der Gefährdung von Pflanzenarten durch den internationalen Heilpflanzenhandel mit Indien unter besonderer Berücksichtigung des Handels zwischen Indien und Deutschland

Untersuchung der Gefährdung von Pflanzenarten durch den internationalen Heilpflanzenhandel mit Indien unter besonderer Berücksichtigung des Handels zwischen Indien und Deutschland (Investigation on the threats towards plants species caused by the international medicinal plant trade with India, with a special reference towards the trade Between Germany and India.) Dagmar Lange. (1996). 103 pp + appendices. (German edition)

Wednesday
Sep012010

Sturgeons of the Caspian Sea and the International Trade in Caviar

 Document (scanned PDF, 6.3 MB) Compiled by: T. De Meulenaer, C. Raymakers. (October 1996). 71pp. ISBN 1 85850 113 X (ISBN 978 1 85850 113 0). This report presents the findings from investigations of sturgeon fisheries, and information from caviar importers in consuming countries, sturgeon specialists and fisheries agencies. The exploitation of Caspian sturgeons is assessed, as is Caspian caviar production, its regulation or lack thereof, and its impact upon the number of Sturgeons remaining. International trade is also analysed. Species in Danger series.

Wednesday
Sep012010

South Africa's Aloe Ferox Plant, Parts and Derivatives Industry

Document (Scanned PDF, 2.6 MB) David J. Newton Hugo Vaughan. (November 1996). 61pp. ISBN 0 95840 253 1 (ISBN 978 0 95840 253 8).

Wednesday
Sep012010

Under Siege: Poaching and protection of Greater One-Horned Rhinoceroses in India

Document (scanned PDF, 6.5 MB) Vivek Menon (August 1996). 114pp. ISBN 1 85850 102 4. Documents the results of a study by TRAFFIC India, with the support of WWF India. The study began in 1992, and field updates continued to be received until April 1996. The report presents information on rhinoceros population, poaching and trade in and use of rhinoceros horn.