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CITES, COP14 Proposal 6, 2007; Wasser, S., K., et al., Using DNA to track the origin of the largest ivory seizure since the 1989 trade ban, PNAS, 2007; Environment Investigation Agency (EIA), How China’s illegal ivory trade is causing a 21st century African elephant disaster, 2007; UNODC, Promoting health, security and justice, 2010; personal communication with Dr Christian Nelleman, GRID-Arendal, 2012.
Uploaded on Monday 11 Mar 2013
Illegal ivory trafficking routes
Riccardo Pravettoni, GRID-Arendal
Primary and secondary ivory smuggling routes in Africa based on a wide range of sources including both ETIS seizures and criminal intelligence.