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Nellemann, C., Miles, L., Kaltenborn, B.P., Virtue, M. and Ahlenius, H. 2007. The last stand of the orangutan – State of emergency: Illegal logging, fire and palm oil in Indonesia’s national parks. UNEP, GRID-Arendal, Norway, www.grida.no
Currey, D., Doherty, F., Lawson, S. Newmann, J. and Ruwindrijarto, A. 2005. Timber trafficking - Illegal Logging in Indonesia, South East Asia and International consumption of Illegally Sourced Timber. EIA/Telapak. www.eia-international.org
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Smuggling routes of illegally logged ramin timber from Indonesia, including from national parks and protected areas
Illegal transport and organization of illegal logging by syndicates. Much of the timber is re-sold during transport and thus changes ownership en route, obliterating tracking efforts to trace origins and diluting import-export figures.