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Wildlife trade and live animal markets in Asia: a regional perspective

Dr. Craig Kirkpatrick

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About Dr. Craig Kirkpatrick

Craig Kirkpatrick has been Regional Director for TRAFFIC East Asia, the WWF/IUCN wildlife trade monitoring network, since 2001. He graduated from Pomona College in 1981, with a degree in Biology. He subsequently worked with the California Legislature, advising on conservation policy. In 1988, he entered the University of California, Davis, to pursue a Ph.D. in Ecology, graduating in 1996. Dissertation research was on the ecology of Yunnan golden monkeys, an endangered species endemic to China. From 1996 to 1998, he followed with post-graduate research on the Sichuan golden monkey, sponsored by the US National Science Foundation and the San Diego Zoo. Immediately prior his current post, Dr Kirkpatrick worked with The Nature Conservancy in southwest China on the Yunnan Great Rivers Project, an integrated conservation and development program covering 66000 km2 of the Eastern Himalayas. He has published a range of articles, notably on conservation in China, and is represented in leading journals such as Biological Conservation, Current Anthropology, and BioScience. He remains active in the scientific community, serving on the editorial board of the International Journal of Primatology and on the science advisory committee of the Yunnan Golden Monkey Global Conservation Strategy.

Craig Kirkpatrick
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22 Stanley Street
Central, Hong Kong
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