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Wildlife crime is a complicated challenge, so it's no wonder that the conservation technology community has explored solutions with every type of technology, all with the aim of predicting, preventing, and stopping crimes like poaching, illegal logging and fishing, and the sale of animal products like ivory. Join our Wildlife Crime group to meet others who are working on potential solutions to this global challenge and to add your own expertise to the conversation! 

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Hello there

Hi everyone, I'm new here! I'm a UX designer and researcher, and an animal lover. Excited to be part of Conservation Tech here at WildLabs! Feel free to reach out to me for...

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Survey for Doctoral Research on Poaching in Protected Areas

Hello. I am a third year PhD candidate at Penn State University.  I am currently working on my doctoral research on geospatial data synthesis in protected areas for...

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I tried to fill it out but it's not letting me finish because all the questions are set to be required? Some of them are not relevant or the info is unknown to me, but not all the questions have this as an answer option. Just something to consider FYI

Hello.  I have reviewed the questions this am and all the questions on the survey that force a response should have a N/A or "I don't know" option.  That said, there are still some bugs that I have found with the survey.  Please email me at [email protected] if you encounter any more issues and I will be happy to address them promptly.  Thank you very much for taking the time to complete the survey.

Wendy

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Anti-poaching CCTV and boat sensor

Hi all,  I work for Zoological Society of London (ZSL) in Thailand. We work closely with several wildlife sanctuaries and national parcs in the southern Western Forest...

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Hi,

I've been working on a buoy-mounted underwater acoustic recorder, kinda like what you're talking about.  I'll send you a concept note.

-harold

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Download Now: The Technical Difficulties Editorial Series

WILDLABS Team
Our first WILDLABS Editorial Series is now available for download! Read the full Technical Difficulties collection and explore stories of challenges, failures, and lessons learned from the conservation tech community....

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Technical Difficulties: The Death of Giants

Christie Sampson
In her contribution to the Technical Difficulties Editorial Series, Christie Sampson shares how the devastating experience of losing collared elephants to an unexpected poaching threat lead to an improved understanding...

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Technical Difficulties: Expect the Unexpected

Colby Loucks
In their three-part interview from our new series Technical Difficulties, Colby Loucks and Eric Becker share the failures they've encountered and learned from throughout six years of working on the WWF-US Wildlife Crime...

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Technical Difficulties: Cleared for Takeoff

Eric Becker
In their three-part interview from our new series Technical Difficulties, Colby Loucks and Eric Becker share the failures they've encountered and learned from throughout six years of working on the WWF-US Wildlife Crime...

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