The meeting, initially planned for May 2020, will now take place virtually on the 16th of October.
The timetable for the day is
9.30-10 Kerry Walsh, Environment Agency: “Challenges and opportunities: A regulator’s perspective.”
10-10.15 discussion/change over
10.15-10.45 Naomi Ewald, FreshWater Habitats Trust: “Analysis of eDNA data to inform conservation priorities: case studies of long term species monitoring and short term before-after surveys.”
10.45-11 discussion/change over
11-11.30 morning break
11.30-12 Francesco Ficetola, University of Milan: “Environmental DNA to track long-term changes of mountain ecosystem.”
12-12.15 discussion/change over
12.15-12.45 lunch break
12.45-13.15 Jim Griffin, University College London: “Modelling environmental DNA data; Bayesian variable selection accounting for false positive and false negative errors.”
13.15-13.30 discussion/change over
13.30-14 Doug Yu, University of East Anglia: “Managing wildlife with eDNA data: salmon, leeches, insects, and forests.”
Participants can register on the RSS website.