Over the past decades, sedimentary ancient DNA (sedaDNA) has become a powerful tool in paleoecology and is now largely used to track past long-term changes in terrestrial and aquatic biodiversity. The sedaDNA scientific society aims to transmit information about current sedaDNA research, promote best practices and increase collaborations between research groups.
Capo, Giguet-Covex, Rouillard, Nota, Heintzman, Vuillemin [...] Coolen, Epp, Domaizon, Alsos, Parducci (2021) Lake sedimentary DNA research on past terrestrial and aquatic biodiversity: Overview and recommendations. Quaternary. 4, 6, doi: 10.3390/quat4010006
Initiatives and tools of the sedaDNA society
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