Estimating the number of whales entering trade using DNA profiling and capture‐recapture analysis of market products

@article{Baker2007EstimatingTN,
  title={Estimating the number of whales entering trade using DNA profiling and capture‐recapture analysis of market products},
  author={C. S. Baker and J. Cooke and S. Lavery and M. Dalebout and Yong-Un Ma and N. Funahashi and Colm Carraher and R. Brownell},
  journal={Molecular Ecology},
  year={2007},
  volume={16}
}
Surveys of commercial markets combined with molecular taxonomy (i.e. molecular monitoring) provide a means to detect products from illegal, unregulated and/or unreported (IUU) exploitation, including the sale of fisheries bycatch and wild meat (bushmeat). Capture‐recapture analyses of market products using DNA profiling have the potential to estimate the total number of individuals entering the market. However, these analyses are not directly analogous to those of living individuals because a… Expand
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