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Key questions for next-generation of biomonitoring

Andreas Makiola 1 Zacchaeus G. Compson 2, 3 Donald J Baird 2 Matthew A. Barnes 4 Sam P Boerlijst 5, 6 Agnes Bouchez 7 Georgina Brennan 8 Alex Bush 2, 9 Elsa Canard 10 Tristan Cordier 11 Simon Creer 8 Allen Curry 12 Alex J Dumbrell 13 Dominique Gravel 14 Mehrdad Hajibabaei 15 Berry van Der Hoorn 5 Philippe Jarne 16 J.Iwan Jones 17 Battle Karimi 1 François Keck 7 Martyn Kelly 18 Ineke Knot 19 Louie Krol 5, 6 François Massol 20 Wendy A. Monk 2, 21 John Murphy 17 Jan Pawlowski 11 Timothée Poisot 22 Teresita M. Porter 23, 15 Kate C. Randall 13 Emma Ransome 24 Virginie Ravigné 25 Alan Raybould 26, 27, 28 Stephane S. Robin 29 Maarten Schrama 5, 6 Bertrand Schatz 16 Alireza Tamaddoni- Nezhad 30 Krijn B. Trimbos 6 Corinne Vacher 31 Valentin Vasselon 32 Susie Wood 33 Guy Woodward 24 David Bohan 1 
Abstract : Classical biomonitoring techniques have focused primarily on measures linked to various biodiversity metrics and indicator species. Next-generation biomonitoring (NGB) describes a suite of tools and approaches that allow the examination of a broader spectrum of organizational levels—from genes to entire ecosystems. Here, we frame 10 key questions that we envisage will drive the field of NGB over the next decade. While not exhaustive, this list covers most of the key challenges facing NGB, and provides the basis of the next steps for research and implementation in this field. These questions have been grouped into current- and outlook-related categories, corresponding to the organization of this paper.
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Andreas Makiola, Zacchaeus G. Compson, Donald J Baird, Matthew A. Barnes, Sam P Boerlijst, et al.. Key questions for next-generation of biomonitoring. A next-generation of biomonitoring to detect global ecosystem change. Frontiers Research Topics, Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, pp.91-104, 2020, 978-2-88966-027-8. ⟨10.3389/978-2-88966-027-8⟩. ⟨hal-03534007⟩

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