DNA Fingerprinting for Wildlife and Fisheries Officers seminar

  • End Date: April 08, 1999
  • City: Revelstoke, BC

DNA fingerprinting is increasingly used as a forensics tool by conservation officers, wildlife officers, fisheries officers, park wardens, and park rangers. In this one day course, Dr. John Coffin of the University of Alberta will introduce DNA fingerprinting. Course topics included:

  • What is a DNA fingerprint?
  • How can DNA be used in a forensics case?
  • How should DNA samples be handled?
  • Why do we need background DNA samples from wildlife and fisheries populations?


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  • P.O. Box 2568
  • Revelstoke, British Columbia V0E 2S0
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