Data from: Detection of outlier loci and their utility for fisheries management

Michael A Russello, Stephanie L Kirk, Karen K Frazer & Paul J Askey
Genetics-based approaches have informed fisheries management for decades, yet remain challenging to implement within systems involving recently diverged stocks or where gene flow persists. In such cases, genetic markers exhibiting locus-specific (“outlier”) effects associated with divergent selection may provide promising alternatives to loci that reflect genome-wide (“neutral”) effects for guiding fisheries management. Okanagan Lake kokanee (Oncorhynchus nerka), a fishery of conservation concern, exhibits two sympatric ecotypes adapted to different reproductive environments, however, previous research demonstrated...
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