Data from: Landscape genomics in Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar): searching for gene-environment interactions driving local adaptation

Vincent Bourret, Mélanie Dionne, Matthew Peter Kent, Sigbjørn Lien, Louis Bernatchez & Bourret Vincent
A growing number of studies are examining the factors driving historical and contemporary evolution in wild populations. By combining surveys of genomic variation with a comprehensive assessment of environmental parameters, such studies can increase our understanding of the genomic and geographical extent of local adaptation in wild populations. We utilized a large-scale landscape genomics approach to examine adaptive and neutral differentiation across 54 North American populations of Atlantic salmon representing seven previously defined genetically distinct...
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