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  1. https://abcbirds.org/species-maps-ebird/ http://ebird.org/content/ebird/ ~ This June, 2017 article from the American Bird Conservancy explains how the eBird Web site from the Cornell Lab of Ornithology offers a flexible format for “understanding the fluid nature of bird movement and migration.” The real-time nature of eBird facilitates greater depth of understanding avian dynamics over wide ranges. Another benefit of eBird is understanding bird population shifts so as to better direct conservation resources.
  2. http://www.pnas.org/content/112/26/7948 http://time.com/3921138/illegal-wildlife-trade-countries/ This major research article published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) describes how the HealthMap Wildlife Trade database is used to track which nations are most heavily involved in illegal wildlife trade. Key nodes were identified, with special emphasis on elephant, rhinoceros and tiger body parts. China was identified as the most frequently involved nation requiring information dissemination. The accompanying article from Time magazine singles out Kenya as being central to illegal elephant trade and China as being the nexus for the rhinoceros and tiger trade. (As I live and work in China and regularly go on safari in Kenya, the PNAS research was acutely significant for my understanding)

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