EnviroDNA team publish research in International Science Journals.
2 May 2017, Dr Andrew Weeks
We believe in the value of contributing our research findings to the broader scientific community to help advance the eDNA field. Over the last few years our research has led to a clearer understanding of the increased sensitivity and cost efficiency of eDNA techniques versus traditional survey techniques for monitoring invasive species, as well as developing methods for dealing with false positives and false negatives in eDNA data. Our team will continue to publish research that is of interest to the broader scientific community, so please check back regularly to see how our research progresses on metabarcoding and species such as platypuses, dwarf galaxids, exotic mosquitoes and threatened frogs.