Next Generation Biomonitoring: Part Two, Volume 59, the latest release in the Advances in Ecological Research series, is the second part of a thematic on ecological biomonitoring. It includes specific chapters that cover aquatic volatile metabolomics using trace gases to examine ecological processes, next generation approaches to rapid monitoring Bio-aerosol and the link between human health and environmental microbiology, NGB in Canadian wetlands, CELLDEX/global monitoring of functional responses, Citizen Science and Biomonitoring, and more.
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- Deals with topical and important reviews on the physiology, populations and communities of plants and animals
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using trace gases to examine ecological processes Michael Steinke 2. Next generation approaches to rapid monitoring Bio-aerosol and the link between human health and environmental microbiology Robert Michael William Ferguson 3. NGB in Canadian wetlands Donald Baird 4. Monitoring the biodiversity and functioning of terrestrial systems via high resolution trace gas fluxes Kelly Robert Redeker 5. Computational approaches to gathering biomonitoring data from social media platforms: a superior solution to next generation biomonitoring challenges? Jon Chamberlain 6. What more can the eDNA-NGS revolution bring to biomonitoring? - the untapped potential of molecular methods Alex J. Dumbrell 7. Bioinformatics for Biomonitoring: Species Detection and Diversity Estimates across Platforms and Tools Joanne E. Littlefair 8. Derocles et al. Statistics from networks or other Biomonitoring
what are the statistics of measuring and evaluating change? Athen Ma 9. CELLDEX/global monitoring of functional responses Scott Tiegs 10. Citizen Science and Biomonitoring Michael Pocock