Sources and Resources for Tigers: Worth More Dead Than Alive

The author can be contacted at EliONeill@FourElementsConsulting.com.

Further reading

Dinerstein, E., C. Loucks, E. Wikramanayake, J. Ginsburg, E. Sanderson, J. Seidensticker, J. Forrest, G. Bryja, A. Heydlauff, S. Klenzendorf, P. Leimgruber, J. Mills, T.G. O’Brien, M. Shrestha, R. Simons, and M. Songer. 2007. The fate of wild tigers. Bioscience 57(6): 508-514.

Gratwick, B., E.L. Bennett, S. Broad, S. Christie, A Dutton, G. Gabriel, C. Kirkpatrick, and K. Nowell. 2007. The world can’t have wild tigers and eat them too. Submitted to Conservation Biology, June, 2007.

IUCN Red List of Threatened Species: http://www.iucnredlist.org/search/details.php/15955/summ.

Linkie, M. and S. Christie. 2007. The value of wild tiger conservation. Oryx 41(4): 415-416.

Mills, J. and P. Jackson. 1994. Killed For a Cure: A Review of the Worldwide Trade in Tiger Bone. TRAFFIC International, Cambridge, UK.

Nowell, K. and X. Ling. 2007. Taming the tiger trade. TRAFFIC, East Asia, Hong Kong.

Sanderson, E., J. Forrest, C. Loucks, J. Ginsberg, E. Dinerstein, J. Seidensticker, P. Leimgruber, M. Songer, A. Heydlauff, T. O’Brien. 2006. Setting Priorities for the Conservation and Recovery of Wild Tigers: 2005-2015. The Technical Assessment. WCS, WWF, Smithsonian, and NFWF-STF, New YorkWashington, DC.

Save the Tiger Fund: http://www.savethetigerfund.org/AM/Template.cfm?Section=Home1.

Seidensticker, J., S. Christie, and P. Jackson. 1999. Riding the Tiger: Tiger Conservation in Human-dominated Landscapes. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge and New York.

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