Environmental DNA will enhance environmental surveys for 500 Canadian lakes


By Tzitziki Loeza-Quintana and Gordon Wichert

Using environmental DNA (eDNA) in environmental biomonitoring studies can improve accuracy of surveys, reduce costs and provide more time-effective workflows. The potential utility of this molecular approach can have great implications in many fields and industries.

Read the full article in ES&E Magazine’s August/September 2020 issue:

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