Environmental DNA (eDNA) is quickly becoming an important tool for monitoring wildlife and biodiversity. In this webinar, discover the power of eDNA and how it can help you monitor biodiversity with greater ease, efficiency and cost-effectiveness. Learn what it is and how it is being applied in areas of conservation, citizen science and biosecurity.
This is an exciting opportunity to be introduced to the world of eDNA in a session led by Senior Program Manager, Wildlife Ecologist and resident platypus expert, Josh Griffiths.
Duration: 45 minutes including Q&A