‘eDNA’ reveals what’s swimming in the water

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Bay Journal — By Ad Crable — November 11, 2020

"A look into the effectiveness of eDNA by the U.S. Geological Survey concludes, 'For small, rare, secretive and other species difficult to detect, eDNA provides an attractive alternative for aquatic inventory and monitoring programs. Increasing evidence demonstrates improved species detection and catch-per-unit compared with electrofishing, snorkeling and other current field methods.' ”

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