eDNA trialled for monitoring fish in community-run marine protected areas in Mozambique

Authors: Molly & Kat   One of our most exciting projects of 2020 was a pilot project on the coast of Mozambique, which gave us the chance to work with a wide range of stakeholders to trial the use of eDNA in Inhambane Bay. Picture this, nestled into the coast

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How can environmental DNA methods be useful for understanding “who lives where, and when”?

Author: Molly Czachur There’s a whole world of biodiversity out there, and there are global efforts to measure species distributions so that we can make informed management decisions. This could be for environmental reporting, impact assessments or otherwise. You could be a local environmental group who want to measure biodiversity

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