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In the black : status, management, and trade of the American Black Bear (Ursus americanus) in North America

TRAFFIC initiated a series of surveys to gather basic data on the status, management, and trade of the American black bear. The purpose of the effort was to establish a baseline of information on the species and to examine trends over a period of years.

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2002
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The consumptive use of wild species in the Arctic : challenges and opportunities for ecological sustainability

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2000
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Defining a forest vision : World Wildlife Fund's North American forest for life conference

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1998
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Proceedings of the second international symposium on the trade of bear parts, Woodland Park Zoo, Seattle, Washington USA, March 21-23, 1997

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1997
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Current issues in forest certification in Canada. A WWF Canada discussion paper

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1996
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Status, management and commercialization of the American Black Bear, Ursus americanus

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1995
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Proceedings of the International Symposium on the Trade of Bear Parts for Medicinal Use, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington, USA, September 9-11, 1994

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1995
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A conservation strategy for large carnivores in Canada

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1990
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Les phoques moines - Monk seals : proceedings of the second international conference

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1984
IUCN Publication

Newsletter of the League for the Conservation of the Monk Seal

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