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Additional publications pre-2007 reports, species factsheets, legacy newsletters, and additional materials

Additional publications

Our archive section includes a number of pre-2007 publications and reports, as well as legacy factsheets, newsletters and informational materials. You can find details and download information for these below:

TRAFFIC Dispatches

Published: 1st November 2007

TRAFFIC newsletter combined issues 21-26 (November 2003 -November 2007)

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A Briefing Paper on Marking Techniques Used in the Control of Wildlife in the European Union

Published: 1st November 2007

Amelie Knapp and Alexandre Affre. (November 2007). 25pp. ISBN 978 2 930490 01 4. A compilation and analysis of marking techniques currently in use in the EU Member States, plus a short description of identification and labeling techniques applicable to wildlife specimens. Prepared by: TRAFFIC Europe for the European Commission.

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TRAFFIC, East Asia Newsletter

Published: 1st January 2007

Combined issues 2004-2007

Number 4.Wu, S. B. & G. Z. Ma (2007)
Number 3 (November 2006)
Number 2 (June 2005)
Number 1 (December 2004)

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Wildlife trade in the Russian Far East: an overview

Published: 1st January 2007

Sergey N Lyapustin, Alexey L Vaisman and Pavel V Fomenko (2007). 107 pp. (Russian with English summary). Published by TRAFFIC Europe. An examination of the reasons for illicit trade in wild plants and animals in the Far East of Russia, analysing the activities of law enforcement and environmental authorities relating to identification and prevention of this trade, and evaluating the efficacy of measures taken between 1999 and 2006.

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Surveying Wildlife Trade Markets Training Handbook

Published: 1st January 2007

(2007)

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The Use of Trade-Related Measures in the CCSBT

Published: 1st December 2006

Glenn Sant, Mary Lack. (December 2006). 9pp. Presented to the meeting of the CCSBT Compliance Committee in Miyazaki, Japan. Oct 2006.

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Confronting Shark Conservation Head On!

Published: 1st December 2006

M. Lack, G. Sant (December 2006). 29pp. ISBN 1 85850 225 X (ISBN 978 1 85850 225 0). This paper identifies the main players in the catch and trade of shark products, examines the progress of these States/entities and RFMOs in implementing the International Plan of Action IPOA-Sharks and makes recommendations for the adoption of best practice approaches to shark conservation and management.

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Proceedings of the CITES Agarwood experts group meeting, Malaysia, 14–17 November 2006

Published: 1st November 2006

65 pp. Edited by TRAFFIC Southeast Asia

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Conservation of Spiny Dogfish Squalus acanthias: A Role for CITES?

Published: 1st November 2006

Mary Lack. (November 2006). 34pp. ISBN 1 85850 226 8 (ISBN 978 1 85850 226 7). This report examines the characteristics of the fisheries for and trade in Spiny Dogfish and, based on those characteristics, assesses the issues surrounding the implementation of an Appendix II listing and the benefits a listing may provide to the conservation of the species.

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Proceedings of the 4th International Symposium on the Trade in Bear Parts

Published: 16th October 2006

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