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|Title:||Researchers using environmental DNA must engage ethically with Indigenous communities|
|Citation:||Nature Ecology and Evolution, 2021; 5(2):146-148|
|Matilda Handsley-Davis, Emma Kowal, Lynette Russell and Laura S. Weyrich|
|Abstract:||The study of environmental DNA can reveal information about the history and presence of Indigenous communities on their lands — potentially even inadvertently. Better engagement with the ethical aspects of environmental DNA research is required in the field as a whole, and especially for researchers working on Indigenous lands.|
|Keywords:||Humans; Research Personnel; Environmental DNA|
|Rights:||Copyright © 2020, Springer Nature Limited|
|Appears in Collections:||Environment Institute publications|
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