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Description: A group to make connections, share information, and catalyze collaboration on work related to environmental DNA (eDNA) methods, tools, data handling and resources

Points Of Contact: Pete Ruhl, pmruhl@usgs.gov, JC Nelson, jcnelson@usgs.gov.

Membership is open to anyone. If you are interested in joining this group, please fill out this Google sheet. We will use it to build notification and email lists.

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1Pcuz1BXrvkJNRERmPcPPP2Ce7PBDfADFjbL-tMWop7U/edit?usp=sharing (open to anyone in DOI who has the link)

Purpose

The purpose of the group is to develop a community of practice for people who interested in the use of eDNA techniques for earth science in order to improve communication, share knowledge, and catalyze collaboration.


Examples of recent eDNA data releases

CoP Regular Meetings

Meetings will be held every other month on the 3rd Tuesday from 2-3 pm Eastern. All who are interested are invited to attend. To attend, point your browser at https://zoom.us/j/770855716 and follow the instructions.

This link will take you to the meetings page

Add your 2 cents to list of agenda items and activities the community might take on using this Google sheet

eDNA Webinars

Upcoming webinars in 2019 have been posted.

Please let us know if you are aware of any other eDNA-related webinars that would be open to general participation. Send the info to jcnelson@usgs.gov or pmruhl@usgs.gov. 

eDNA Community Forum

Please feel free to use the eDNA Community Forum to ask questions or initiate new discussions with this group. Browse the forum and comment on existing items.

Participants

During the next couple of weeks we will be building a participants list from the membership Google sheet (see link in upper left panel).

See this page for a block of member email addresses that you can cut-and-paste



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