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

By: N Dronova and A Shestakov
49 pages, Tabs
Publisher: TRAFFIC
Trapping a Living
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The aim of this study was to review 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 expoiltation of wildlife species of conservation concern. It is hoped that the information and recommendations presented in this report will assist relevant bodies at regional, federal and international level in adopting measures that will help enhance the management of game species and in particular the potential conservation role of their legal and sustainable use in the Russian Far East in order to attempt to reduce the hunting pressure on less-abundant species in this important eco-region.

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By: N Dronova and A Shestakov
49 pages, Tabs
Publisher: TRAFFIC
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