EcoGenomics Principal Investigators Dr. Micheline Manseau and Dr. Paul Wilson are organizing a panel discussion at the GEO BON Global Conference: Monitoring Biodiversity for Action. In this panel the long-term Ecogenomics project will be introduced and it will be reflected on the history and expansion of this collaborative network, what has been accomplished, benefits and challenges, and future opportunities.
Insights from a Collaborative National-scale and Long-term Genomic Monitoring Strategy of an Iconic Model Species-at-risk
Marc D’Iorio (Assistant Deputy Minister, Science and Technology, Environment and Climate Change Canada, Gatineau, Quebec, Canada)
Paul Wilson (Professor, Biology Department, Trent University, Peterborough, Ontario, Canada; Organizer)
David Johns (Senior Species at Risk Biologist, Alberta Environment and Protected Areas, Grande Prairie, Alberta, Canada)
Rachel Boone (Environmental Specialist, Manitoba Hydro, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada)
Leon Andrew (Dene Elder and Research Coordinator, Sahtu Renewable Resources Board, Norman Wells, Northwest Territories, Canada)
Rebecca Taylor (Research Scientist, Science and Technology, Environment and Climate Change Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada)
Micheline Manseau (Research Scientist, Science and Technology, Environment and Climate Change Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada; Organizer)
Please check the GeoBon conference website for more information.