CNS isotope values in eye lenses for juvenile and adult Chinook Salmon

Miranda Bell Tilcock, Carson Jeffres, Andrew Rypel, Ted Sommer, Jacob Katz, George Whitman & Rachel Johnson
Tracking habitat use and dietary shifts in migratory species is vital to conservation and management. Yet conventional animal tracking often precludes tracking small juveniles at critical life-stages where recruitment bottlenecks often manifest. Stable isotope analysis (SIA) in consecutive laminae in eye lenses, a protein-rich depositional tissue, has emerged as a promising tool in fishes to develop long-term interpretive records of dietary histories using a single archival tissue. Currently, studies using fisheye lenses to study SIA...
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