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Title: Perspectives on dehorning and legalised trade in rhino horn as tools to combat rhino poaching. Proceedings of a workshop assessing legal trade in rhino horn as a tool in combating poaching as well as a detailed assessment of the efficacy of dehorning as a deterrent to poaching
Author(s): Daly, B.G.; Greyling, A.; Friedmann, Y.; Downie, S.; Du Toit, R.; E,slie, R.; Eustace, M.; Malan, J.; Nghidinwa, K.; O;Criodain, C; Trendler, K.
Year published: 2011
Publisher: Johannesburg, Endangered Wildlife Trust
Volume: -
Pages: pp. 1-56
File: View PDF: 1,6 mb
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Sub-References for this reference:

Meintjes, A. 2011 Dehorning of rhino and trade in horn - Department of Environmental Affairs (DEA) perspective: p. 12

Trendler, K. 2011 Dehorning rhino: welfare, ethics and behavioural issues: p. 7

Moore, A. 2011 Drivers of the trade in rhino horn: p. 8

T Sas Rolfes 2011 Regulating the rhino horn trade: economic conservation and implications for policy: p. 9

Eustace, M. 2011 Current supply and demand in the rhino horn market - a model for regulating the rhino horn trade (rewards to trade): p. 10

O'Criodain, C. 2011 CITES and the re-opening of rhino horn trade: p. 11

Du Toit, R. 2011 Zimbabwe Lowveld: dehorning experience: p. 13

Du Preez, P. 2011 A case study and practical issues from Namibia: pp. 14-15

Huebschle, A. 2011 Rhino horn - the organised crime angle: p. 16

Categories and original text of this Reference:

Africa - Southern Africa
Distribution - Poaching
African Rhino Species
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