Ecology | Special forum on using DNA for Wildlife Detection

Special Forum on using DNA for Wildlife Detection

The Ecology Special Interest Section of the EIANZ is convening a one-day forum featuring a series of special presentations about an innovative technology and approach that enables the detection of wildlife in Australia and New Zealand using eDNA.

The presentation covers a wide range of aspects including:

  • Accessing the power of eDNA
  • eDNA wildlife detection tests
  • Catchment monitoring with eDNA
  • Terrestrial eDNA
  • Using DNA to map freshwater biodiversity
  • NRM planning using eDNA
  • Cost-effective detection using eDNA
  • Molecular IDs
  • Assessing marine predators using eDNA
  • The Atlas of Living Australia and eDNA

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Environmental professionals who attend this event can record 7 points of continuing professional development under the Certified Environmental Practitioner Scheme.

Event details

When: 3 April 2019
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Where: AMA Building
293 Royal Parade, Parkville

Cost: $50 for members, $150 for non members

Places Available: 12

Contact: EIANZ Central Office on 03 8593 4140 or

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