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1st DNAqua-Net International Conference : l\'ADN environnemental pour la biosurveillance des milieux aquatiques.

Première conférence internationale sur l’utilisation de l’ADN pour la biosurveillance des milieux aquatiques

100% virtuelle – Participation sans frais – 9-11 mars 2021

 
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         Les pressions sur les écosystèmes aquatiques augmentent en raison de la croissance démographique et du changement climatique. Les cadres juridiques nationaux et internationaux ont mis l'accent sur ce problème, en évaluant et en surveillant systématiquement la qualité des écosystèmes aquatiques. Les nouvelles approches d’éco-génomique basées sur l’ADN environnemental offrent désormais des outils performants, complémentaires aux approches classiques, à déployer en faveur de l’environnement. 
          Avec plus de 400 participants de 49 pays, l’action COST DNAqua-Net explore depuis 2017 le potentiel des nouvelles techniques basées sur l'ADN et fournit des solutions de bonnes pratiques pour leur application en faveur de la préservation des milieux aquatiques. Cette première « DNAQUA International Conference » organisée par le réseau DNAqua-Net et INRAE donnera l'occasion aux scientifiques et aux parties prenantes de prendre contact avec les derniers résultats de DNAqua-Net et d'autres recherches internationales sur la biosurveillance basée sur l'ADN. Alors que les méthodes quittent les laboratoires où elles ont été développées et sont désormais testées sur le terrain, il est temps d'approfondir le dialogue international entre les scientifiques, l'industrie et toutes les parties prenantes pour pour trouver des solutions de mise en œuvre et de normalisation de ces nouvelles méthodes.

9 mars 2021 matin: Management Committee de DNAqua-Net 
9 après-midi au 11 mars 2021: DNAQUA International Conference 

Sessions:
DNA Barcode References – Biotic Indices & Metrics – Field & Lab Protocols – Data Analysis & Storage – Implementation Strategy & Legal Issues