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Using environmental DNA (eDNA) analysis, scientists revealed evidence for extensive species diversity in streams, some of which was previously hidden. They also detected salmonids (migratory fish species such as Pacific salmon and cutthroat trout) further upstream than expected, which has significant implications for conservation and forest management.
Paul Hessburg received the International Association for Landscape Ecology-North America Chapter’s Distinguished Landscape Ecologist Award. The award recognizes major scientific contributions to landscape ecology, honors scientists who have played a pivotal role in shaping the field and is the organization’s highest honor.