Members of IOGP’s Environmental Genomics Joint Industry Programme have co-authored a paper that features in the APPEA Journal.
Environmental genomics is a rapidly advancing field that promises to revolutionise the way in which industry conducts biodiversity monitoring.
The paper, entitled “Environmental genomics applications for environmental management activities in the oil and gas industry: state-of-the-art review and future research needs” summarizes the state‐of‐the‐art in environmental genomics research, and the opportunities and limitations of applying environmental genomics within the oil and gas industry.
It includes a comprehensive literature review, and importantly, involved consultation with professionals from academic, regulatory, and industry backgrounds from across the globe that had expertise in environmental genomics applications.
Many thanks to the authors: Dr Michael Marnane, Dr Marc Skinner, Catie Young, Mary Murdoch, Jordan Angle, Jeffrey Pollock, Thomas Merzi, Nicolas Tsesmetzis, Paola Maria Pedroni, Ane Kjølhamar, Anita Skarstad, Cyril Mickiewicz, Felicite Robertson, and Harvey Johnstone.
The paper is available at https://lnkd.in/e-XzR3kc