Data from: Non-stationary climate-salmon relationships in the Gulf of Alaska

Michael A. Litzow, Lorenzo Ciannelli, Patricia Puerta, Justin J. Wettstein, Ryan R. Rykaczewski & Michael Opiekun
Studies of climate effects on ecology often account for non-stationarity in individual physical and biological variables, but rarely allow for non-stationary relationships among variables. Here, we show that non-stationary relationships among physical and biological variables are central to understanding climate effects on salmon (Onchorynchus spp.) in the Gulf of Alaska during 1965-2012. The relative importance of two leading patterns in North Pacific climate, the Pacific Decadal Oscillation (PDO) and North Pacific Gyre Oscillation (NPGO), changed...
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