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Geography & Earth Science: Textbooks & Study Guides
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Table Of Contents
What Is Wildlife Forensics? John E. Cooper and Margaret E. Cooper Types of Wildlife Investigation; John E. Cooper and Margaret E. Cooper Legislation; Margaret E. Cooper Application of Forensic Science to Wildlife Investigations; John E. Cooper and Margaret E. Cooper The Wildlife Crime Scene: An Introduction for First Responders; Edgard O. Espinoza, Michael D. Scanlan, Andrew D. Reinholz, and Barry W. Baker Forensic Entomology; Kate M. Barnes Field Techniques: At Home and Abroad; John E. Cooper and Margaret E. Cooper Working with Live Animals; John E. Cooper Working with Dead Animals; John E. Cooper Dealing with Samples; John E. Cooper Genetic Methodologies in Wildlife Crime Investigations; Louise Anne Robinson Some Aspects of Laboratory Work; John E. Cooper, SallyAnn Harbison, and Jill Webb Special Considerations and Scenarios; John E. Cooper, Margaret E. Cooper, Norma G. Chapman, Alexandria Young, Regina Campbell-Malone, Andrea Bogomolni, Rebecca N. Johnson, Stuart Williamson, Jaime Samour, Madhulal Valliyatte, Janos Gal , Mira Mandoki , Miklos Marosan , Maurice Alley, Gladys Kalema-Zikusoka , and Chloe V. Long Collection and Submission of Evidence; John E. Cooper and Margaret E. Cooper Writing Reports and Appearing in Court; Margaret E. Cooper and Charles Foster Conclusions and the Way Forward; John E. Cooper and Margaret E. Cooper Appendix A: Glossary; John E. Cooper and Margaret E. Cooper Appendix B: Facilities and Equipment Lists; John E. Cooper Appendix C: Standard Witness Statement (United Kingdom); John E. Cooper and Margaret E. Cooper Appendix D: Specimen Forms - Wildlife Forensic Cases; John E. Cooper Appendix E: Sources of Information; John E. Cooper and Margaret E. Cooper Appendix F: Health and Safety: Zoonoses and Other Hazards; John E. Cooper and Margaret E. Cooper Appendix G: Preparation and Investigation of Material; Martyn Cook E, Andrew C. Kitchener, John E. Cooper, and Jill Webb Appendix H: Scientific Names of Species and Taxa of Animals Mentioned in Text, with Notes on Taxonomy; John E. Cooper and Margaret E. Cooper Appendix I: Legal Aspects of Sample Movement in Wildlife Forensic Cases; Margaret E. Cooper Appendix J: Information and Intelligence Gathering in Wildlife Crime Investigation; Nevin Hunter Appendix K: Javan Rhino Examination Report References and Further Reading Index
John and Margaret Cooper are a husband and wife team from the United Kingdom. John E. Cooper trained as a veterinary surgeon and is now a specialist pathologist with particular interests in wildlife and exotic species, tropical diseases and comparative medicine. He has served widely as a consultant expert witness and teaches pathology and wildlife health at different levels. Margaret E. Cooper is a lawyer who trained originally as a British solicitor and has made the study of animal and conservation law her special interest. The Coopers have travelled widely and lectured together in many countries. They have spent nearly ten years living in Africa, including a period in Rwanda working with mountain gorillas. They continue to combine their medical and legal backgrounds in the promotion of an interdisciplinary approach to veterinary and biological education, wildlife conservation, and forensic science.