Data from: Harvest selection on multiple traits in the wild revealed by aquatic animal telemetry

Even Moland, Stephanie M. Carlson, David Villegas-Rios, Jørgen Ree Wiig & Esben Moland Olsen
Harvesting can have profound impacts on the ecology and evolution of marine populations. However, little is known about the strength and direction of fisheries-induced selection acting on multiple traits in the wild. Here, we used acoustic telemetry to directly monitor individual behavior and fate in an intensively harvested species, the European lobster (Homarus gammarus, n = 100), in southern Norway. Overall, 24% of the tracked lobsters survived the two-month harvest season within the study area....
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