Gin Lawson

Gin Lawson

Jan 07, 2015

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    About This Project

    Based on stable isotope analyses conducted by a previous graduate student, I suspect that wattle-necked turtles could be eating Goby fishes. I plan on using environmental DNA to answer questions about two endangered species. In addition, my experiment demonstrates how this method can be applied to conservation efforts, involving not only fish, but also reptiles, amphibians, mammals and invertebrates.
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