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Investigating the Efficiency of Environmental DNA (eDNA) for Detecting Terrestrial and Semi-aquatic Mammals (2024)
Thesis
Broadhurst, H. (2024). Investigating the Efficiency of Environmental DNA (eDNA) for Detecting Terrestrial and Semi-aquatic Mammals. (Thesis). University of Salford

The global decline of terrestrial and semi-aquatic mammals creates an urgent need for accurate information on species distributions for effective conservation efforts. Environmental DNA (eDNA) has emerged as a reliable, non-invasive, and novel approa... Read More about Investigating the Efficiency of Environmental DNA (eDNA) for Detecting Terrestrial and Semi-aquatic Mammals.

UK DNA working group eDNA week, January 2022 (2022)
Journal Article
Handley, L. L., Blackwell, T., Broadhurst, H. A., Clark, K., Davison, P. I., England, J., …Creer, S. (2022). UK DNA working group eDNA week, January 2022. Environmental DNA, 5(1), 18-24. https://doi.org/10.1002/edn3.364

Here, we report on eDNA week, an international conference held online as a five‐day series of webinars from January 17, 2022, to January 21, 2022. The conference was organized by the UK DNA working group, which has witnessed considerable growth and a... Read More about UK DNA working group eDNA week, January 2022.

Mapping differences in mammalian distributions and diversity using environmental DNA from rivers (2021)
Journal Article
Broadhurst, H., Gregory, L., Bleakley, E., Perkins, J., Lavin, J., Bolton, P., …McDevitt, A. (2021). Mapping differences in mammalian distributions and diversity using environmental DNA from rivers. Science of the Total Environment, 801, 149724. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2021.149724

Finding more efficient ways to monitor and estimate the diversity of mammalian communities is a major step towards their management and conservation. Environmental DNA (eDNA) from river water has recently been shown to be a viable method for biomonit... Read More about Mapping differences in mammalian distributions and diversity using environmental DNA from rivers.

SPARC 2022 book of abstracts
Book
Ardo, A., Abdullahi, A., Bennett, A., Mbabu, A., Woodman, A., Foster, A., …Taylor, T. T. Ireland (Ed.), SPARC 2022 book of abstracts. Salford, United Kingdom: University of Salford

Welcome to the Book of Abstracts for the 2022 SPARC conference. Our conference is called “Moving Forwards” reflecting our re-emergence from the pandemic and our desire to reconnect our PGR community, in celebration of their research. PGRs have co... Read More about SPARC 2022 book of abstracts.