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Interest in the field of environmental DNA (eDNA) is growing rapidly and eDNA surveys are becoming an important consideration for aquatic resource managers dealing with invasive species. However, in order for eDNA monitoring to mature as a research and management tool, there are several critical knowledge gaps that must be filled. One such gap is the fate of eDNA materials in the aquatic environment. Understanding the environmental factors that influence the decay of eDNA and how these factors impact detection probabilities over time and space could have significant implications for eDNA survey design and data interpretation. Here we experimentally explore eDNA decay in waste materials and reproductive cells obtained...
Dynamics and production of two natural mussel beds from the Algerian coast. Effects of thermic and antrophic factors
Role of current and light in explaining the habitat distribution of the lotic snail Elimia semicarinata (Say)
Riparian bryophyte vegetation in the Cascade mountain range, Northwest U.S.A.: Patterns at different spatial scales
Distribution of the floating-leaf macrophyte Nelumbo lutea (American water lotus) in a coastal wetland on Lake Erie