1. The Future of Sharks: A Review of Action and Inaction by M. Lack and Sant G. (2011). TRAFFIC International and the Pew Environment Group. This analysis uses fisheries information provided to the UN FAO to identify the top 20 shark-catching countries and other entities, and then assesses whether they have taken the management and conservation measures they agreed to in 2001. 
  2. Fading Footprints: The Killing and Trade of Snow Leopards Stephanie Theile. (August 2003). Surveys of trade in Snow Leopards were conducted in Mongolia and Pakistan, and information was collected by consultants in India and the Russian Federation during 2002. The results clearly show that Snow Leopards and their parts are traded in all range States, with the possible exception of Bhutan. In the large majority of cases, this trade is illegal. 
  3. An Assessment of the Domestic Ivory Carving Industry and Trade Controls in India; February 2003.
  4. Gentle Giants of the Sea: India's Whale Shark Fishery ; Fahmeeda Hanfee. (January 2001).
  5. CITES Listed Medicinal Plants of India: An Identification Manual Ritwick Dutta, Pushp Jain. (October 2000).
  6. Cultivation of Medicinal Plants in India: A reference book;  Dr. Ramesh Chandra Uniyal, Dr. Maya Ram Uniyal and Pushp Jain. (September 2000).
  7. Trade in Musk and Bear Bile in India: A TRAFFIC India Study in Sikkim, Darjeeling Gorkha Hill Council and Arunachal Pradesh Field Investigator: Sunil Subba. Facilitators: Dr. Ravikant Avasthe, Soumen Dey. July 2000. 
  8. Fraudulence in Indian Live Bird Trade: An Identification Monograph for Control of Illegal Trade; Abrar Ahmed. (September 1999). 
  9. The Impact of Nest Collection on the Edible-nest Swiftlet Collocalia fuciphaga in the Andaman & Nicobar Islands; R. Sankaran (1998).
  10. Trade in Sharks and Shark Products in India: A preliminary survey; Fahmeeda Hanfee. (May 1997).
  11. Live Bird Trade in Northern India ; Abrar Ahmed (September 1997).
  12. An Overview of World Trade in Sharks and Other Cartilaginous Fishes; Debra A. Rose (December 1996). This report presents an overview of the findings of regional TRAFFIC studies in Europe, India, East and southern Africa, Southeast Asia, East Asia, Oceania and North and South America. It highlights the fisheries, shark products in trade, and the processing, preparation and use of these products in domestic and international markets. It also discusses the management and conservation implications of this trade. 
  13. The international trade in seahorses Amanda C.J. Vincent. (June 1996). 160pp. ISBN 1 85850 098 2 (ISBN 978 1 85850 098 0). The global trade in seahorses involves more than 20 million seahorses and 32 countries and territories each year. This report provides an overview of the trade, with an emphasis on China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, the Philippines, Taiwan, and Vietnam. It presents information on fishing methods, trade routes, volumes and values of the seahorses in trade, the key players and the issues of concern.
  14. Impact assessment of nest collection on the Edible-nest Swiftlet in the Nicobar Islands; R. Sankaran. (1995).
  15. Turtle Trade in India: A study of freshwater turtles; B.C. Choudhury, S. Bhupathy. (October 1993).
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