Data from: Time-series analysis reveals genetic responses to intensive management of razorback sucker (Xyrauchen texanus)

Thomas E. Dowling, Thomas F. Turner, Evan W. Carson, Melody J. Saltzgiver, Deborah Adams, Brian Kesner & Paul C. Marsh
Time-series analysis is used widely in ecology to study complex phenomena, and may have considerable potential to clarify relationships of genetic and demographic processes in natural and exploited populations. We explored the utility of this approach to evaluate population responses to management in razorback sucker, a long-lived and fecund, but declining freshwater fish species. A core population in Lake Mohave (Arizona-Nevada, USA) has experienced no natural recruitment for decades, and is maintained by harvesting naturally...
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