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Scientists at work: We use environmental DNA to monitor how human activities affect life in rivers and streams

By Marie Simonin, Research Scientist, Inrae
Emily S. Bernhardt, Professor of Biology, Duke University
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Rivers are among the most embattled ecosystems on Earth. Researchers are testing a new, inexpensive way to study river health by using eDNA to count the species that rivers harbor.

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