Congratulations to John Pearman (Cawthron) and co-authors for their paper “Local factors drive bacterial and microeukaryotic community composition in lake surface sediment collected across an altitudinal gradient,” which was published in FEMS Microbiology Ecology. The manuscript investigates microorganisms that live in the surface sediment of lakes in the Southland region. It draws on the analysis […]
In this article a team from Lakes380 explain how eDNA is used to detect species and describe the advantages and disadvantages of this method. Read the article here.
Perspective: Advancing the research agenda for improving understanding of cyanobacteria in a future of global change
In this article which includes two Lakes380 team members co-authors (David Hamilton and Susie Wood) the authors discuss what research is needed to improve knowledge on cyanobacterial blooms. The manuscript includes a section on paleolimnolgical studies. Click here to read the abstract.