Using Environmental DNA for Invasive Species Surveillance and Monitoring.

  title={Using Environmental DNA for Invasive Species Surveillance and Monitoring.},
  author={Andrew R. Mahon and Christopher L. Jerde},
  journal={Methods in molecular biology},
The method employed for environmental DNA (eDNA) surveillance for detection and monitoring of rare species in aquatic systems has evolved dramatically since its first large-scale applications. Both active (targeted) and passive (total diversity) surveillance methods provide helpful information for management groups, but each has a suite of techniques that necessitate proper equipment training and use. The protocols described in this chapter represent some of the latest iterations in eDNA… CONTINUE READING
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