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

Keynote Speakers

We are very honoured to welcome the following keynote speakers to the First DNAQUA International Conference:

Conference Introduction

March 9th

Keynote   speaker

Title of the conference

   Kristy    
   DEINER     
(Switzerland)

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The challenges we've overcome and the new opportunities for using environmental DNA in biomonitoring aquatic resources

Hideyuki
DOI
(Japan) 

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 Environmental DNA methods for macroorganism populations

DNA Barcode References - WG1 session

March 9th; Chairs: T. EKREM - F. CIAMPOR       

Keynote speaker

Title of the conference

 

Hannah
WEIGAND 
(Luxembourg)

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Mind the gap-analysis! -How complete are DNA barcode reference libraries for monitoring-relevant aquatic species in Europe?

Filipe 

COSTA 

(Portugal)

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Venturing into auditing of reference libraries: from the hackathon on marine invertebrates to sorting with BAGS

Biotic Indices & Metrics - WG2 session

March 11th; Chairs: M. KAHLERT - J. PAWLOWSKI   

Keynote speaker

Title of the conference

 

Isabelle
DOMAIZON 
(France)

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Lake sedimentary DNA to reveal long-term changes in aquatic biodiversity and ecosystem functioning

Maria Joao
FEIO 
(Portugal)

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The use of machine learning predictive models to assess rivers quality with molecular data

Field & Lab Protocols - WG3 session 

March 10th; Chairs: K. BRUCE - E. KESKIN    

Keynote speaker

Title of the conference

 

Xavier
POCHON 
(New Zealand)

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A validated protocol for benthic monitoring of New Zealand's salmon farms using environmental DNA

Kristine
BOHMANN 
(Denmark)

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Labelling strategies in metabarcoding studies & how to ensure that nucleotide tags stay in place

Data Analysis & Storage - WG4 session 

March 10th; Chairs: A. FRANC - D. FONTANETO   

Keynote speaker

Title of the conference

 

Benjamin
CALLAHAN 
(US)

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Amplicon Sequencing in the Era of Highly-Accurate Long Reads

Holly  

BIK 

(US)

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Complexity matters: Evaluating the impact of bioinformatics parameters on eukaryotic MOTU delimitation and taxonomy assignment

 Implementation Strategy & Legal Issues - WG5 session

March 11th; Chairs: P. MERGEN - P. BOETS - D. HERING

Keynote speaker

Title of the conference

 

Florian
ALTERMATT
 (Switzerland)

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The challenges and opportunities for implementation of eDNA biomonitoring in riverine systems

Kristian
MEISSNER

(Finland)

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The pathway from research to use in routine monitoring