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CITESConvention on International Trade in Endangered Species (international agreement; Geneva, Switzerland)
CITESCampus Information Technologies and Educational Services
CITESCenter for the Improvement of Teacher Education and Schooling (Brigham Young University; Provo, UT)
CITESComputational Information Technologies for Environmental Sciences (international conference; Russia)
CITESCenter for Information Training and Evaluation Services (educational research and improvement organization; Florida State University; Tallahassee, FL)
CITESConvention on Illicit Trade of Endangered Species
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CITES I includes species threatened with extinction.
Since 2008, the Service has supported extensive work by the Department of the Interior's International Technical Assistance Program (ITAP) to build the capacity of other countries to implement and enforce CITES by provide training and assistance.
If it is so desirable to cite the original article, why do authors often cite the reprinting book?
sustainable levels for species listed in Appendix II of CITES, such as
Many people think that CITES Appendix I and II directly equate to ESA listings as endangered and threatened, and that Appendix III is a special vulnerable category much like those that some states have for their protected wildlife.
Under CITES, seahorses may have a chance of bouncing back.
He cites Jean-Marie Paupert as one of the most astute contemporary writers to understand the importance of culture in the transmission of faith: "If you abandon the power of culture, you will die.
Alterman gleefully cites William Kristol's admission that liberal media bias "was often used as an excuse by conservatives for conservative failures.
Darling-Hammond, in Teaching and Knowledge: Policy Issues Posed by Alternative Certification for Teachers (1992), asserts that there are "consistently positive relationships between student achievement in science and the teacher's background in both education courses and science courses," and she cites four studies in support of this statement.
Speaking ahead of the April 10-20 CITES conference in Nairobi, CITES Secretary General Willem Wijnstekers told a news conference in Geneva that CITES should respect the views of the International Whaling Commission (IWC), which bans commercial whaling, citing a "historical link" between the two organizations.
If the author cites predominantly into one cluster, as is often the case, the interdisciplinary co-citation reaches out beyond the author's home cluster (see Figure 1).
Kiefer not only neglects to cite Bercovitch, but he also does not refer to Robert Knapp's pertinent Lacanian discussion of the play's texts and author-figures in Shakespeare - The Theater and the Book (1989), which he cites only in a footnote on 2 Henry IV (335n.