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Thursday
Jul012010

Prescription for Extinction: Endangered Species and Patented Oriental Medicines in Trade

Document  (Scanned PDF, 8.8. MB) Andrea L. Gaski, Kurt A. Johnson. (May 1994). 300pp. The product of extensive research initiated in the late 1980s, this report is an important reference work on patented Oriental medicines and an analysis of their use of endangered and threatened wildlife. Species in Danger report.

Thursday
Jul012010

Trade in Agarwood

Document (Scanned PDF, 1.7 MB) Kalyan Chakrabarty, Ashok Kumar, Vivek Menon. (August 1994). 51pp.

Thursday
Jul012010

International Trade in Reptile Skins: A Review and Analysis of the Main Consumer Markets, 1983 - 1991

Document  (scanned PDF, 4.5 MB) Martin Jenkins, Steven Broad. August 1994. 68pp. ISBN 1 85850 047 8 (ISBN 978 1 85850 047 8). This report describes and evaluates the international trade in reptile skins. A review of the main taxa in trade is followed by an analysis of the main consumer markets, the problem of illegal trade, and a discussion of the conservation implications and future of the trade.

Thursday
Jul012010

Investigation of Trade in Hawksbill Turtles in Viet Nam

Document (PDF 1.66MB) (1994) TRAFFIC Southeast Asia
Thursday
Jul012010

Killed for a Cure: A Review of the Worldwide Trade in Tiger Bone

 Document (Scanned PDF, 2.7 MB) Judy A. Mills, Peter Jackson. (August 1994). 52pp. ISBN 185850 049 4 (ISBN 978 185850 049 2). A focus on the use of Tiger bone as a medicinal, this review compiles what is known of the status of Tiger populations, the uses and value of Tiger bone, the extent to which it is traded globally, and offers recommendations for Tiger conservation.

Thursday
Jul012010

The Impact of the Ivory Ban on Poaching and Ivory Trade in Cameroon 

Tom De Meulenaer. July 1994. 33pp

Thursday
Jul012010

Market Under Cover: The Rhinoceros Horn Trade in South Korea

 Judy A. Mills. (February 1994). 43pp. ISBN 1 85850 024 9 (ISBN 978 1 85850 024 9). This report is based on an investigation of the rhino horn trade in South Korea in May and June 1993, shortly after the Government's proclamation of an end to domestic rhino horn trade. The report provides evidence to suggest that such trade persisted at the time of the survey. Species in Danger series.

Thursday
Jul012010

CITES and the Regulation of Wildlife Trade for European Circuses

 Elizabeth H. Fleming. (1994). 40pp. ISBN 9 07524 301 4 (ISBN 978 9 07524 301 7). NB: This investigation (1992) was performed prior to the adoption of Council Regulation (EC) No. 338/97, and is therefore no longer relevant

Thursday
Jul012010

Wildlife Trade: A handbook for enforcement staff

Document (scanned PDF, 5.3 MB) Vivek Menon, Raj Panjwani, Pranav Capila, Aarti Sharma, Madhumita Ghosh. (August 1994). 42pp.

Thursday
Jul012010

Making CITES Work

by Stephen B. Nash. (1994). 25pp. Prepared for WWF UK

Thursday
Jul012010

Annotated List of Ornamental Fish Species to be Found in Trade in the Netherlands 1992-1994.

 Tonnie Woeltjes.

Wednesday
Jun022010

Bluefin Tuna. An Examination of the International Trade with an Emphasis on the Japanese Market

Document(scanned PDF, 3.6 MB) Andrea L. Gaski October. (1993). 71pp. ISBN 1 85850 016 8 (ISBN 978 1 85850 016 4). An analysis of the data on catch figures for bluefin tuna and an examination of the trade in this fish for international markets.

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).