Environmental DNA

(Open Group)

eDNA is a molecular tool that can be used to detect species presence in samples taken from the environment. To date, eDNA has been used for species detection, biomass estimation, diet analysis, reconstruction of past flora and fauna, and wildlife disease detection. For more information about this group, read the Group Introduction

Sarah Kuppert is the manager for the eDNA Group. If you have any questions or ideas about the group, please get in touch with her.