Data from: Single nucleotide polymorphisms across a species' range: implications for conservation studies of Pacific salmon

Lisa W Seeb, William D Templin, Shunpei Sato, Syuiti Abe, Kenneth Warheit, Jung Youn Park & James E Seeb
Studies of the oceanic and near-shore distributions of Pacific salmon, whose migrations typically span thousands of kilometers, have become increasingly valuable in the presence of climate change, increasing hatchery production, and potentially high rates of bycatch in offshore fisheries. Genetics data offer considerable insights into both the migratory routes as well as the evolutionary histories of the species. However, these types of studies require extensive datasets from spawning populations originating from across the species? range....
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