GEM3 Dataset: Submission #20

Submission information
Submission Number: 20
Created: Fri, 11/22/2019 - 09:13

Aquatic eDNAtlas Project

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The eDNAtlas is an open-access database developed through crowd-sourced field surveys that provides precise spatial information on the occurrence locations of aquatic species in the U.S. The eDNA samples constituting the database are collected using a standardized field sampling protocol by numerous natural resource agencies and non-governmental organizations partnered with the National Genomics Center for Wildlife and Fish Conservation (NGC), which is a science collaborative within the Rocky Mountain Research Station of the U.S. Forest Service. The eDNAtlas database contains results from thousands of sites and dozens of species and is annually updated with additional results for a growing list of species. Funding to develop the eDNAtlas database was provided by the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation Bring Back the Natives Program.
Animals, Invertebrates, Microorganisms, Trout, Distribution, GENOMIC, WATER
Rocky Mountain Research Station
Kitty Griswold
griskitt@isu.edu
USA
Data is already in the public domain.