Data from: A systematic approach to evaluate the influence of environmental conditions on eDNA detection success in aquatic ecosystems

Bernhard C. Stoeckle, Sebastian Beggel, Alexander Cerwenka, Elena Motivans, Ralph Kuehn & Juergen Geist
The use of environmental DNA (eDNA) to determine the presence and distribution of aquatic organisms has become an important tool to monitor and investigate freshwater communities. The successful application of this method in the field, however, is dependent on the effectiveness of positive DNA verification, which is influenced by site-specific environmental parameters. Factors affecting lower eDNA concentrations in aquatic ecosystems include flow conditions, and the presence of substances that possess DNA-binding properties or inhibitory effects....
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