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Drones and DNA tracking: we show how these high-tech tools are helping nature heal

By Jake M Robinson, Ecologist and Researcher, Flinders University
Jakki Mohr, Professor of Marketing & Innovation, The University of Montana
Martin Breed, Senior Lecturer in Biology, Flinders University
Peter Harrison, Lecturer in Forest Adaptation and Restoration Genetics, University of Tasmania
Suzanne Mavoa, The University of Melbourne
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From discovering hidden populations of vulnerable newts to dropping “seed bombs”, two new research papers show how genomics and drones help restore threatened ecosystems.The Conversation

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