Environmental DNA (eDNA) methods in ecology and conservation
Environmental DNA, commonly known as eDNA, isan exciting, multi-faceted tool for ecological and conservation research. eDNA is sampled directly from manytypes of environmental sources including, air, soil and waterand is typicallyusedfor rapid biodiversity assessments (using high throughput sequencing in combination withmetabarcoding) or the detection and quantification of specific species (using PCR or quantitative PCR).
Coure registration: Register using the Google form forms.gle
Deadline for registration: 14 May, 2021
The course will comprise lectures, keynote presentations from leading eDNA researchersand practitionersas well aspractical (literature-based) group-exercises. The courseis freeof charge. PhD studentsfrom ClimBEcoand GENECO have acceptance priority
Course coordinators: Fabian Roger and Georgina Brennan.
fabian [dot] roger [at] biol [dot] lu [dot] se, georgina [dot] brennan [at] cec [dot] lu [dot] se
You find the schedual and full announcement at ClimBEcos homepage.