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A31. Nijman V 2012. Marine turtles trade at Pangandaran, south Java. TRAFFIC Bulletin 24: 49-50.
A30. Nijman V, Shepherd CR 2012. The role of Lao PDR in the ivory trade. TRAFFIC Bulletin 24: 35-40.
A29. Nijman V, Shepherd CR, Mumpuni, Saunders KL 2012. Over-exploitation and illegal trade of reptiles in Indonesia.
Herpetological Journal 22: 83–89.
A28. Nijman V, Shepherd CR 2012. China’s role in ivory and elephant parts trade from Lao PDR.
Oryx 46: 172-173

A27. Nijman V, Shepherd CR 2011. Open trade in Kaizer's spotted newt in Southeast Asia.
Oryx 45: 472-473.
A26. Nijman V, Shepherd CR 2011. The role of Thailand in the international trade in live CITES-listed reptiles and amphibians.
PLoS One 6(3): e17825.
A25. Nijman V, Nekaris KAI, Donati G, Bruford M, Fa J, 2011. Primate Conservation: Measuring and mitigating trade in primates.
Endangered Species Research 13: 159-161
A24. Bickford D, Phelps J, Webb EL, Nijman V, Sodhi NS (2011). Boosting CITES through research – response.
Science 331: 857-858.

A23. Phelps J, Webb EL, Bickford D, Nijman V, Sodhi NS 2010. Boosting CITES.
Science 330: 1752-1753.
A23. Meijaard E, Welsh A, Ancrenaz M, Nijman V, Wich SA, Marshall AJ. 2010. Orangutan encounter rates from Wallace to the present suggest the species was once more abundant.
PLoS One 5(8): e12042
A22. Nekaris KAI, Starr CR, Shepherd CR, Nijman V 2010. Revealing culturally-specific patterns in wildlife trade via an ethnoprimatological approach: a case study of slender and slow lorises (
Loris and Nycticebus) in South and Southeast Asia. American Journal of Primatology 72: 877-886.
A21. Nijman V, Shepherd CR. 2010. The role of Asia in the global trade in CITES II-listed poison arrow frogs: hopping from Kazakhstan to Lebanon to Thailand and beyond.
Biodiversity and Conservation 19: 1963-1970.
A20. Nijman V. 2010. An overview of the international wildlife trade from Southeast Asia.
Biodiversity and Conservation 19: 1101-1114.
A19. Nijman V, Aliabadian M. 2010. Performance of distance-based DNA barcoding in the molecular identification of Primates.
Comptes Rendus Biologies 33: 11-16

A18. Nijman V, Yang Martinez, C, Shepherd CR. 2009. Saved from trade: Donated and confiscated gibbons in zoos and rescue centres in Indonesia.
Endangered Species Research 9(2): 151-157.
A17. Maldanado A, Nijman V, Bearder SK. 2009. Trade in night monkeys Aotus spp. in the Brazil-Colombia-Peru tri-border area: international wildlife trade regulations are ineffectively enforced.
Endangered Species Research 9(2): 143-149.
A16. Nijman V, Shepherd CR, van Balen S. 2009. Declaration of the Javan hawk-eagle as Indonesia's National Rare Animal impedes conservation of the species.
Oryx 43(1): 122-128.

A15. Shepherd CR, Nijman, V. 2008. Trade in bear parts from Myanmar: an illustration of the in-effectiveness of enforcement of international wildlife trade regulations.
Biodiversity and Conservation 17(1): 35-42.

A14. Nijman V, Shepherd CR. 2007. Trade in non-native, CITES-listed, wildlife in Asia, as exemplified by the trade in freshwater turtles and tortoises (Chelonidae) in Thailand.
Contributions to Zoology 76(3): 207-211.
A13. Barnett R, Yamaguchi N, Shapiro B, Nijman V. 2007. Using ancient DNA techniques to identify the origin of unprovenanced museum specimens, as illustrated by the identification of a 19th century lion from Amsterdam.
Contributions to Zoology 76(2): 87-94.
A12. Nekaris KAI, Nijman V. 2007. CITES proposal highlights rarity of Asian nocturnal primates (Lorisidae:
Nycticebus). Folia Primatologica 78(3): 211-214.

A11. Nijman V. 2006. In-situ and ex-situ status of the Javan gibbon and the role of zoos in conservation of the species.
Contributions to Zoology 75(3-4): 161-168.

A10. Nijman V. 2005. Rapid decline of Hose's langur in Kayan Mentarang National Park.
Oryx 39(2): 223-226.

A9. Nijman, V. 2004. Effects of habitat disturbance and hunting on the densities and biomass of the endemic Hose's leaf monkey Presbytis hosei (Thomas 1889) (Mammalia: Primates: Cercopithecidae) in east Borneo.
Contributions to Zoology 73: 283-291.
A8. Nijman, V. 2004. Conservation of the Javan gibbon Hylobates moloch: population estimates, local extinctions, and conservation priorities.
The Raffles Bulletin of Zoology 52(1): 271-280.

A7. Lammertink, M., Nijman, V. Setiorini, U. 2003. Habitat use, Red List status and conservation of the endemic Natuna leaf monkey (
Presbytis natunae) on Bunguran Island, Indonesia. Oryx 37: 472-479.
A6. Nijman V. 2003. Distribution, habitat use and conservation of the endemic Chestnut-bellied Hill-partridge (
Arborophila javanica) in fragmented forests of Java, Indonesia. Emu 103 (2): 133-140.

A5. Van Balen S, Nijman V, Prins HHT. 2000. The Javan hawk-eagle: misconceptions about rareness and threat.
Biological Conservation 96(3): 297-304.
A4. Meijaard E, Nijman V. 1999. Distribution and conservation of the proboscis monkey
Nasalis larvatus in Kalimantan, Indonesia. Biological Conservation 92: 15-24.
A3. Meijaard E, Nijman V. 2000. The local extinction of the proboscis monkeys
Nasalis larvatus in Pulau Kaget Nature Reserve, Indonesia. Oryx 33: 66-70.

A2. Van Balen S, Sozer R, Nijman V, Meijaard E, Dennis R, Jepson P. 1999. Juvenile plumage of Javan Crested Honey Buzzard, with comments on mimicry in south-eastern Asian
Pernis and Spizaetus. Dutch Birding 21: 192-198.
A1. Van Balen S, Nijman V, Sozer R. 1999. Distribution and conservation of the Javan Hawk-eagle
Spizaetus bartelsi. Bird Conservation International 9: 333-349.

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