JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS

  1. Andersson, A. A., Tilley, H. B., Lau, W., Bonebrake, T., Dingle, C. (2020) Beyond CITES: Illuminating the legal wildlife trade. Global Ecology and Conservation, in review
  2. Andersson, A. A., Gibson, L., Baker, D. M., Wang, S., Leung, H. N., Chu, L. M., Dingle, C. (2020) Applying stable isotope analysis to detect laundering of yellow-crested cockatoos (Cacatua sulphurea) in wildlife trade, Animal Conservation, in review
  3. Andersson, A., & Gibson, L. (2018). Missing teeth: Discordances in the trade of hippo ivory between Africa and Hong Kong. African Journal of Ecology, 56(2), 235-243. [download]
  4. Gibson, L., Hofford, A., Dudgeon, D., Song, Y., Chen, Y., Baker, D. M., & Andersson, A. (2018). Hong Kong’s delayed ivory ban endangers African elephants. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 16(7), 370-380. [download]
  5. de Mitcheson, Y.S., Andersson, A.A., Hofford, A., Law, C.S., Hau, L.C., & Pauly, D. (2018). Out of control means off the menu: The case for ceasing consumption of luxury products from highly vulnerable species when international trade cannot be adequately controlled; shark fin as a case study. Marine Policy, 98, 115-120. [download]

MEDIA PUBLICATIONS

  1. TIME Asia, Five Species That Are Quietly Dying Off While Nobody Pays Attention
  2. TIME Asia, China's Appetite for Pangolin Is Threatening the Creature's Existence
  3. National Geographic China, Jane Goodall inspires motivation in HKU audience [download]
  4. WildAid Hong Kong, The Illusion of Control: Hong Kong's 'Legal' Ivory Trade
  5. Greenpeace East Asia, Recent Wave of Enforcement Could be Vanishing Vaquita’s Saving Grace
  6. Annamiticus, Enfin: Ending the Shark Fin Trade (P8-11)