Data from: Reduced fitness of Atlantic salmon released in the wild after one generation of captive-breeding

Emmanuel Milot, Charles Perrier, Lucie Papillon, Julian J. Dodson & Louis Bernatchez
Salmonids rank among the most socio-economically valuable fishes and the most targeted species by stocking with hatchery-reared individuals. Here, we used molecular parentage analysis to assess the reproductive success of wild- and hatchery- born Atlantic salmon over three consecutive years in a small river in Québec. Yearly restocking in this river follows a single generation of captive breeding. Among the adults returning to the river to spawn, between 11% and 41% each year were born...
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