Data from: Robust estimates of a high Ne/N ratio in a top marine predator, southern bluefin tuna

Robin S. Waples, Peter M. Grewe, Mark W. Bravington, Richard Hillarty & Pierre Feutry
Genetic studies of several marine species with high fecundity have produced “tiny” estimates (≤10−3) of the ratio of effective population size (Ne) to adult census size (N), suggesting that even very large populations might be at genetic risk. A recent study using close-kin mark-recapture methods estimated adult abundance at N ≈ 2 × 106 for southern bluefin tuna (SBT), a highly fecund top predator that supports a lucrative (~$1 billion/year) fishery. We used the same...
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