Wildlife Forensic Science

Wildlife forensic science is science that is applied to legal questions involving wildlife. Involves wild life poisoning, advanced wild life forensic techniques, applications of DNA bar-coding in wildlife forensics, animal crime investigation-case studies. Less research is going on under this title.

The U.S. market for forensic products and services was valued at more than $10.9 billion in 2012 and is expected to reach $11.2 billion in 2013. BCC Research projects the market to grow to $16.3 billion by 2018, and register a five-year compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 7.8% from 2013 to 2018

Creature lead harming is a veterinary condition and pathology brought on by expanded levels of the overwhelming metal lead in creature's body. DNA has turned out to be a capable device to help in the ID of species for measurable purposes (Eaton et al. 2009). As the biotechnology business keeps on developing and atomic sequencing falls in cost, DNA-based diagnostics speak to an inexorably more tractable technique for the normal ID of taxa.

  • Wildlife forensic methods and applications
  • Applications of DNA barcoding in wildlife forensics
  • Animal crime investigation-case studies
  • Application of forensic entomology to wildlife crimes
  • Wildlife poisoning
  • Advanced wildlife forensic techniques
  • Analytical method developments
  • Advanced sampling and storage techniques

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