MEFGL TREE review on eDNA in biodiversity assessment out now!
After a long investment of time by MEFGL staff, led by Mark DeBruyn (with Alice Evans), in collaboration with Tom Gilbert’s group (with Kristine Bohmann) at the Natural History Museum of Denmark, we are delighted to announce that our TREE review on eDNA is now out. Entitled “Environmental DNA for wildlife biology and biodiversity monitoring”, the review provides a timely overview of the emerging field of eDNA analyses for both practical and blue skies research. Thanks for all the hard work guys and look forward to more. Reprints will be available from any of the group members by request where necessary.
Click here to view MEFGL TREE review
Publication date: 14 May 2014