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Background

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 provide tools to transmit information about current sedaDNA research, promote best practices and increase collaborations between research groups.

Initiatives and tools of the sedaDNA society

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Newsletter

This newsletter shares information about ¨ sedimentary DNA research.

Subscribe and see previous releases.

Seminars

Online monthly seminars by researchers working with sedimentary DNA will be conducted starting from February 2021.

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Literature

An updated literature table with featured information and literature surveys on ResearchGate and Google Scholar

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Review in Quaternary

"Lake sedimentary DNA research on past terrestrial and aquatic biodiversity: Overview and recommendations" Capo et al. 2021

Collaborative projects

This page aims to provide an environment to discuss about collaborative projects.

Only for members of the society.

List of members

This table can be used by researchers seeking for collaborations with sed-DNA researchers with specific skills.

Organizing board

Eric Capo (Coordinator)

Umeå University, Sweden

Marie-Eve Monchamp

McGill University,

Montréal, Canada

Cecilia Barouillet

UMR CARRTEL,

Thonon-les-bains, France

Erin E. Smith

UW-Madison, USA

Advisory board

Linda Armbrecht

ACAD, Adelaide University, Australia

Jessica Blois

University of California Merced, USA

Marco JL. Coolen

WA-OIGC, Curtin University, Australia

Isabelle Domaizon

INRAE UMR CARRTEL,

Thonon-les-bains, France

Mary E. Edwards

Southampton University, United Kingdom

Charline Giguet-Covex

EDYTEM,

Bourget-du-lac, France

Michinobu Kuwae

Ehime University, Matsuyama, Japan

Mikkel W. Pedersen

GLOBE, Copenhagen University, Denmark

Beth Shapiro

University of California Santa Cruz, USA

Pierre Taberlet

LECA, Grenoble Alpes University, France

Eske Willerslev

GLOBE, Copenhagen University, Denmark

Jamie Wood

Landcare Research, Lincoln, New Zealand

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