Data from: Partial migration: growth varies between resident and migratory fish

Bronwyn M. Gillanders, Christopher Izzo, Zoë A. Doubleday & Qifeng Ye
Partial migration occurs in many taxa and ecosystems and may confer survival benefits. Here, we use otolith chemistry data to determine whether fish from a large estuarine system were resident or migratory, and then examine whether contingents display differences in modelled growth based on changes in width of otolith growth increments. Sixty-three per cent of fish were resident based on Ba : Ca of otoliths, with the remainder categorized as migratory, with both contingents distributed...
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