Poster or Presentation Title

The Ivory Trade

Presenter Information

William GoinsFollow

Location

Schewel 215

Access Type

Campus Access Only

Presentation Type

Oral Presentation

Start Date

4-4-2018 1:15 PM

Department

Criminology

Abstract

Wildlife trafficking is one of the fastest growing international crimes, however, factors related to wildlife trafficking have not been clearly identified. The design of this research is cross-sectional with data collected from three data sources. Results of this research may potentially aid conversationalists and law enforcement in understanding factors related to wildlife trafficking.

Faculty Mentor

Kimberly McCabe

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Apr 4th, 1:15 PM

The Ivory Trade

Schewel 215

Wildlife trafficking is one of the fastest growing international crimes, however, factors related to wildlife trafficking have not been clearly identified. The design of this research is cross-sectional with data collected from three data sources. Results of this research may potentially aid conversationalists and law enforcement in understanding factors related to wildlife trafficking.