Leveraging Genomics Tools to Explore Relationships Between Agriculture, Biodiversity and Waterfowl Productivity in Prairie Wetlands

Brian Eaton
Tyler Cobb
Matt Dyson
Susan Koziel
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Environmental genomics is a research method that sequences DNA from samples collected from the environment (e.g. wetlands, water, soil, organisms, etc.).

This method can accelerate species identification and reduce the cost of monitoring entire biological communities, such as invertebrates and waterfowl, as they respond to environmental change and stressors.