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Tools and Methods

We develop non-invasive methods to detect, measure and monitor biodiversity.


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In the Hadly Lab we say it time and time again: if you don't know what's out there, you can't save it. We use and develop a large suite of tools and methods for research and teaching. This includes non-invasive survey, genomics, the fossil record, geochemical signals, bio-informatics, art, and film. More specifically we study sediment cores, mammal fossils, DNA in animal feces and environmental DNA, mercury, mark recapture trapping, camera traps and more.

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