Researchers track fish migration by testing DNA in seawater

Wednesday, April 12, 2017 - 13:11 in Biology & Nature

For the first time, researchers have successfully recorded fish migration by conducting DNA tests on water samples. Using this method to estimate the abundance and distribution of fish species could help scientists more easily understand the impact certain environmental factors are having on local fish populations. More »

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