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Wild meat trade over the last 45 years in the Peruvian Amazon
Mayor Aparicio, Pedro Ginés (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. Departament de Sanitat i d'Anatomia Animals)
El Bizri, H.R. (Mamirauá Sustainable Development Institute (IDSM))
Morcatty, Thais Q. (Mamirauá Sustainable Development Institute (IDSM))
Moya, K. (Universidad Nacional de la Amazonia Peruana (UNAP))
Bendayán, N. (Universidad Nacional de la Amazonia Peruana (UNAP))
Solis, S. (Universidad Nacional de la Amazonia Peruana (UNAP))
Vasconcelos Neto, C.F.A. (Mamirauá Sustainable Development Institute (IDSM))
Kirkland, M. (Durham University)
Arevalo, O. (Gerencia Regional de Asuntos Indígenas. Gobierno Regional de Loreto)
Fang, T.G. (ComFauna. Comunidad de Manejo de Fauna Silvestre en la Amazonía y en Latinoamérica)
Pérez-Peña, P.E. (Instituto de Investigaciones de la Amazonia Peruana)
Bodmer, R.E. (University of Kent. Durrell Institute of Conservation and Ecology)

Data: 2021
Resum: The trade in wild meat is an important economic component of rural people's livelihoods, but it has been perceived to be among the main causes of the decline of wildlife species. Recently, the COVID-19 pandemic has brought to light an additional concern of wildlife markets as a major human-health challenge. We analyzed data from the largest longitudinal monitoring (1973-2018) of the most important urban wild-meat markets in Iquitos, Peru, to examine the trends in and impacts of these markets on people's livelihoods. Over the last 45 years, wild meat sales increased at a rate of 6. 4 t/year (SD 2. 17), paralleling urban population growth. Wild meat sales were highest in 2018 (442 t), contributing US.
Ajuts: CNPq/201475/2017-0
Nota: Altres ajuts: Acord transformatiu CRUE-CSIC
Nota: We thank the market vendors in Iquitos who supported and participated in the project. The present study would not have been possible without the logistical and financial support of the Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR-CGIAR-USAID-DFID), the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS), the Earthwatch Institute, the Gordon & Betty Moore Foundation, the Iniciativa para la Conservación de la Amazonia (ICAA), the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), and the Darwin Initiative, UK. H.R.E.B. is supported by the Brazilian National Council for Scientific and Technological Development (CNPq) (grant number 201475/2017-0). T.Q.M. is supported by the WCS Graduate Scholarship Program, a program of the Wildlife Conservation Society, and the Christensen Conservation Leaders Scholarship, by the Wildlife Conservation Network Scholarship Program through the Sidney Byers Scholarship award, and The British Federation of Women Graduates through the Funds for Women Graduates.
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Llengua: Anglès
Document: Article ; recerca ; Versió publicada
Matèria: Animals Salvatges ; Animals salvatges -- Comerç -- Dret i legislació ; Bushmeat ; Public health ; Wildlife trade ; Sustainability ; Urban markets ; Amazonia
Publicat a: Conservation biology, 2021 , ISSN 1523-1739

DOI: 10.1111/cobi.13801
PMID: 34190360


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