eDNA metabarcoding survey reveals fine-scale coral reef community variation across a remote, tropical island ecosystem

Katrina West, Michael Stat, Euan Harvey, Craig Skepper, Joseph DiBattista, Zoe Richards, Michael Travers, Stephen Newman & Michael Bunce
Environmental DNA (eDNA) metabarcoding, a technique for retrieving multi-species DNA from environmental samples, can detect a diverse array of marine species from filtered seawater samples. There is a growing potential to integrate eDNA alongside existing monitoring methods in order to establish or improve the assessment of species diversity. Remote island reefs are increasingly vulnerable to climate-related threats and as such there is a pressing need for efficient whole-ecosystem surveying approaches to baseline biodiversity, study assemblage...
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