Wildlife Trade Specialists

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:

Trapping a Living: Conservation and Socio-Economic Aspects of the Fur Trade in the Russian Far East

Published: 1st July 2005

Natalia Dronova & Alexander Shestakov. (July 2005). 49pp. ISBN 2 96005 051 7 (ISBN 978 2 96005 051 6). Published by TRAFFIC Europe - Russia. This study reviews socio-economic trends and aspects of hunting and trapping for fur in the Russian Far East, to better understand what role recent socio-economic changes might have played in the increased exploitation of wildlife species of conservation concern.

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CITES, Eh? A Review of Canada’s Implementation of CITES Under WAPPRIITA

Published: 1st May 2005

Ernest W. T. Cooper & Nathalie Chalifour. (May 2005). 124pp. ISBN 0 89164 173 4 (ISBN 978 0 89164 173 5). The aim of this report is to ensure that the Convention on International trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) is implemented in Canada with maximum effectiveness.

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No Oasis: Egyptian ivory trade in 2005

Published: 21st April 2005

A comprehensive survey of the ivory trade in Egypt, focused upon the cities of Cairo, Luxor, Aswan, Hurghada and Sharm el-Sheikh, was undertaken in March and April 2005. TRAFFIC Online Report Series No.10.

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Japan's Trade in Live Tortoises and Freshwater Turtles as Pets

Published: 1st March 2005

Shoko Kameoka, Hisako Kiyono. (March 2005). 43pp (Japanese edition. Executive Summary in English).

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In Full Swing: an assessment of trade in Orang-utans and gibbons on Java and Bali Indonesia

Published: 2nd February 2005

This report presents an assessment of the trade in seven species of gibbon and two species of orang-utan on the island of Java and Bali, the economic, industrial and political centres of the Republic of Indonesia.

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Bridging the Gap: Linking timber trade with infrastructural development in Southern Tanzania – Baseline data before completion of Mkapa Bridge

Published: 1st January 2005

Simon A.H. Milledge, Bariki K. Kaale. (2005). 119pp. ISBN 0 95840 259 0 (ISBN 978 0 95840 259 0). This study has documented valuable baseline information on timber trade dynamics from Miombo woodlands and coastal forests in southern Tanzania before completion of an important development project.

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CITES Identification Guide – Tropical Woods (Chinese edition)

Published: 1st January 2005

Yvan Lafleur, TRAFFIC East Asia -Taipei. (2005). 43pp. Project by: Environment Canada

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CITES Identification Guide – Hunting Trophies (Chinese edition)

Published: 1st January 2005

van Lafleur, TRAFFIC East Asia –Taipei (2005). Project by: Environment Canada, TRAFFIC East Asia.

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Menhaden: Atlantic menhaden (Brevoortia tyrannus), Gulf menhaden (Brevoortia patronus)

Published: 1st December 2004

(December 2004).

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First Choice or Fallback? An Examination of Issues Relating to the Application of Appendix III of CITES to Marine Species

Published: 1st December 2004

by Anna Willock, Markus Bürgener & Ana Sancho. (December 2004). 45pp. ISBN 1 85850 207 1 (ISBN 978  1 85850 207 6). This study looks at the appropriateness of Appendix III of CITES (the Convention on International Trade in Wild Species of Fauna and Flora) as a tool for conserving marine species.

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