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Tuesday
Jun012010

Status and Management of Psittacines in Northeastern Honduras

David A. Wiedenfeld Ph.D. (January 1993). (Revised 31 December 1993). A report in collaboration with the CITES Secretariat and Corporación Hondureño de Desarrollo Forestal, COHDEFOR.

Tuesday
Jun012010

Turtle Trade in India: A study of freshwater turtles

Document  (Scanned PDF, 2.4 MB) B.C. Choudhury, S. Bhupathy. (October 1993). 50pp.

Tuesday
Jun012010

The Gardener's Guide to Plant Conservation

 Nina T. Marshall. (1993). 187pp.

Tuesday
Jun012010

Medicinal Plants and Plant Extracts: A Review of their Importation into Europe

Document  Anna Lewington (Scanned PDF, 2 MB) (May 1993). 37pp. ISBN 0 94761 399 4 (ISBN 978 0 94761 399 0). An overview of the pharmaceutical trade in wild plant material and recommendations for future conservation action.

Tuesday
Jun012010

The Wild Plant Trade in Europe

Document (scanned PDF, 2.7 MB) compiled by Martin Jenkins (1993) 67pp. TRAFFIC Europe

Tuesday
Jun012010

The Decline of the Black Rhino in Zimbabwe: Implications for Future Rhino Conservation

Document (scanned PDF, 3.1 MB) Tom Milliken, Kristin Nowell, Jorgen B. Thomsen. (June 1993). 76pp. ISBN 1 85850 008 7 (ISBN 978 1 85850 008 9). An evaluation of Zimbabwe's Black Rhino conservation strategy in the face of continuous poaching and illegal trade in rhino horn, and an assessment of future options for rhino conservation. Species in Danger series.

Tuesday
Jun012010

The Control of Wildlife Trade in Greece

Document 1: Elizabeth Fleming. (1993). 51pp. (Greek edition).

Document 2: De Meulenaer, Julie Gray. (July 1992). 37pp. ISBN 0 94761 384 6 (ISBN 978 0 94761 384 6). This report documents the findings of a survey of wildlife trade prior to the country's ratification of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES), but when the country was already bound by its membership in the European Community to enforce the EC CITES regulation. Species in Danger series.

Tuesday
Jun012010

Trånsito de Comércio Ilegal de Animais Silvestres no Brasil

 (1993) Italo Pompeo Sergio Mazzarella (English summary, scanned PDF, 600 KB).

Tuesday
Jun012010

Problems with the implementation of CITES Article IV in Southeast Asia

Document (PDF 2.06MB) TRAFFIC Southeast Asia (1993)

Tuesday
Jun012010

Sustainable Use of Wildlife: Views and Perspectives

 (No Document) (1993). 86pp.

Tuesday
Jun012010

CITES, Aruba and the Netherlands Antilles

Document (PDF 3.87MB) (1993) Arnold van Kreveld, Ludwig Jaeger, Bart de Boer

Tuesday
Jun012010

Guidance on the accession of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam to CITES

 (November 1993). 47pp. Published by: TRAFFIC Southeast Asia and CRES.

Monday
May032010

Perceptions, Conservation and Management of Wild Birds in Trade

Document (Scanned PDF, 10.6 MB) Edited by: Jorgen B. Thomse, Stephen R. Edwards, Teresa A. Mulliken. (January 1992). 165pp. ISBN 0 947613 552 (ISBN 978 0 947613 556). An overview of the global trade and the commerce within the key exporting countries: Argentina, Guyana, Indonesia, Senegal and Tanzania.

Saturday
May012010

1991 Psittacine Captive Breeding Survey: A Survey of Private Aviculture in the United States

(July 1992). 70pp.

Saturday
May012010

Illegal Tropical Timber Trade: Asia Pacific

 Debra J. Callister (October 1992). 83pp. ISBN 0 94761388 9 (ISBN 978 0 94761388 4). Preliminary findings on illegal forestry practices that have resulted in the loss of millions of dollars in foreign exchange, uncollected forestry taxes and loss of forest resources.

Saturday
May012010

Wild Plants in Trade

Document (Scanned PDF, 1.5 MB) Martin Jenkins & Sara Oldfield (December 1992). 36pp. ISBN 0 947613 89 7. Based on Europe-wide survey, describes the legal and illegal trade in wild-collected plants and discusses the impact of such collection on these species. Species in Danger series

Saturday
May012010

White Gold, The Ivory Trade: A briefing document

 March 1992. 242pp.

Saturday
May012010

Identification guide for Ivory Substitutes

Document(Scanned PDF, 2.6 MB) Edgard O. Espinoza, Mary-Jacque Mann. (1992). 35pp. (Second edition).

Saturday
May012010

The World Trade in Rhino Horn: A Review

Document (scanned PDF, 2.1 MB) Nigel Leader Williams. (September 1992). 40pp. ISBN 0 947613 86 2 (ISBN 978 0 947613 86 0). A summary of the available information on volumes and prices of rhino horn on world markets and an examination of policies to halt the rhino horn trade.

Saturday
May012010

The Horns of a Dilemma: The Market for Rhino Horn in Taiwan 

Kristin Nowell, Chyi Wei Lien, Pei Chia Jai. (February 1992). 44pp. ISBN 0 947613 57 9 (ISBN 978 0 947613 57 0). A summary of the status of the domestic market for rhino horn in Taiwan in February 1992, with recommendations for a strategy to bring consumption of rhino horn under control. Species in Danger series.