When WWF Peru approached us to help survey six aquatic species including Amazon manatees, pink river dolphins and migratory catfish along the Marañon river in the Northern Peruvian Amazon as part of their Healthy Rivers programme, we knew that our aquatic eDNA service would prove an invaluable resource.
We offer a non-invasive survey to detect species in water using their DNA, with data processing and analysis included so that the results you receive are easy to interpret and can be used for a variety of purposes including biodiversity monitoring, environmental impact assessments, invasive species monitoring, protected species detection, and academic research.
Peter is engaging with clients in the water utility sector whilst at the same time promoting the adoption of eDNA technology within his existing network of clients and former colleagues in the extractives, infrastructure and oil & gas sectors.
KAROLINA PERETBUSINESS DEVELOPMENT MANAGER
Karolina oversees the expansion and development of the water and infrastructure sectors, with a focus on nature-based solutions and rewilding.
DR LYNSEY HARPERSENIOR eDNA PRODUCT MANAGER - FRESHWATER
Lynsey is a Freshwater Product Manager in the Products team. Lynsey leads the research and development of freshwater monitoring at NatureMetrics, overseeing client projects and applying our technologies to address specific client challenges.
DR LEWIS CAMPBELLeDNA PRODUCT MANAGER - AQUATIC MICROBES AND BARCODING
Lewis’ role at NatureMetrics is to create and manage products and services that convert information about ecosystem microbial inhabitants into actionable insight.