Offshore energy partnership trials fish eDNA technology

Published on
March 16, 2022
An 18-month research project is looking to validate fish environmental DNA (eDNA) survey methods for offshore wind farm environmental impact assessments.

An 18-month research project looking to validate fish environmental DNA (eDNA) survey methods for offshore wind farm environmental impact assessments has been launched by U.K. renewable energy provider Natural Power, and project partners EDF Renewables, and eDNA specialist NatureMetrics ... 

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Contributing Editor reporting from London, UK

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