Plenty of fish in the sea? Scientists can now count them using DNA
ABC News “One liter of ocean water can not only unlock the recent presence of dozens of species — it can also reveal the relative number of these fish.” https://abcnews.go.com/Technology/plenty-fish-sea-scientists-now-count-dna/story?id=74543799 and in French, here, and in German, here
Science Magazine, United States Fisheries in a flask? Loose DNA in seawater offers a new measure of marine populations
Agencia EFE, Spain El análisis del ADN ambiental permite saber el número de peces de los océanos https://www.infobae.com/america/agencias/2020/12/03/el-analisis-del-adn-ambiental-permite-saber-el-numero-de-peces-de-los-oceanos/
Anthropocene How many fish are in the sea?
From the Chinese Academy of Sciences / China Science News: New method for marine biological population prediction
Greenreport, Italy Quanti pesci ci sono in mare? Ce lo dice l’eDNA
Neue Zuricher Zeitung Find what escapes the eye: A new research approach is revolutionizing large parts of biology. Traces of genetic material in the environment provide information about hidden living organisms together with composition of entire species communities, Kurt De Swaaf