We were delighted to take part in a recent session at the Joint Aquatic Sciences Meeting in Portland, OR (May 18-23, 2014), entitled “Environmental DNA applications for aquatic ecosystems“. @hollybik discussed the potential of Phinch visuals for environmental monitoring, bioassessment, and aquatic research.
Many thanks to session organizers Erik Pilgrim (US EPA), Eric Stein (Southern California Coastal Water Research Project), and Mehrdad Hajibabaei (University of Guelph) for the invitation to speak.
Our slides from the JASM 2014 talk are posted on Figshare (embedded below). Includes screenshots of recent updates to the user interface!