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Participatory Monitoring of the Bushmeat Trade in the Amazonian Trifrontier (Columbia, Peru, Brazil)

This presentation by Daniel Cruz-Antia, María Paula Quiceno, Nathalie van Vliet, Lindon Jonhson Neves & Robert Nasi during the ATBC 2014 in Caims, Australia, focuses on bushmeat and the rural to urban transition, why the data on urban bushmeat trade is so scarce in the Amazon and it describes the structure and function of the bushmeat market chain.

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