Running Head: BIBLIOGRAPHYMiletich 1Annotated BibliographyLake Superior CollegeKendal Miletich
Running Head: ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHYMiletich 2What is global warming? (2020, February 20). Retrieved March 5, 2020, from How shark poo keeps coral reefs healthy. (2018, March 26). Retrieved March 5, 2020, from Combating Wildlife Trafficking. (n.d.). Retrieved February 24, 2020, from Wildlife trafficking benefits from corruption and weak governance along the trade chain,and it further weakens rule for law and security for communities living alongside wildlifeand wild places. The goal of WCS is to dismantle wildlife trafficking networks byincreasing the risk of wildlife trafficking as a criminal, commercial enterprise byidentifying, targeting and removing the most important criminals in the traffickingnetworks. WCS works closely with more than 60 countries. They also focus on gatheringand managing information on the activities of wildlife trafficking networks and thecriminals that run them. This group measures the impact of counter trafficking throughscience-based monitoring efforts for many populations of key species such as elephantsand tigers. This will not help me in any essays for now, it is not preliminary research.Ferdowsian, H. R., & Beck, N. (2011, September 7). Ethical and Scientific ConsiderationsRegarding Animal Testing and Research. Retrieved April 10, 2020, from|A476880762&v=2.1&it=r
Running Head: ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHYMiletich 3William Russell and Rex Brunch published a book known as “The Principles of Humane Experimental Technique” that is a response to marked growth in animal use and principles known as the “3R’s’. These principles encourage researchers to limit the number of animals used in experiments to refine/limit the pain an animal is in, or to replace non-animal alternatives when possible. The ‘3 R’s” serve as a cornerstone for current animal research guidelines. There have been strides made in terms of protection of both human and animal research, but the nature of these protections are marked differently. Although pain and suffering are subjective experiences, studies provide objective evidence of animals’ abilities to experience pain; emotion and physical. Animals can also display language-like abilities. In the last decade, more concerns have mounted about how relevant animal experiments are to human health outcomes. The value of animal use for predicting human outcomes has also been questioned in the toxicology field. There are still many scientific and ethical advances since the first publication of Russell and Burch’s book. This article will help me with my research analysis essay in terms of protecting animal rights.