April Updates Meeting this Friday + CALeDNA Paper Published on UCANR
Learn more about eDNA community ecology analyses and read our latest publication
An introduction to community ecology analyses this weekend, our latest publication released, and an international iNaturalist event starting soon
Sunny weather, wildflower blooms, and longer days have April off to a great start! Keep the momentum going by joining us this Friday, April 9th at 11AM PDT for our monthly updates meeting. We will present an intro to eDNA community ecology analyses and show what the next steps are after getting eDNA data back. Interested in presenting? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for a 5-min time slot.
The CALeDNA article has officially been published in the University of California Agricultural and Natural Resources' special community/citizen science issue! Since the program was established in 2017, hundreds of researchers, collaborators, and community scientists have put in their time and effort to make eDNA data and research more broadly available. A huge thanks to our incredible team for helping put this together:
The City Nature Challenge begins at the end of the month! Join community scientists all over the world by uploading your nature observations to iNaturalist between April 30th- May 2nd. CALeDNA will be hosting an event soon, keep an eye out on your emails over the next few weeks.
See you all at our meeting this Friday!