Data from: Simulating nutrient release from parental carcasses increases the growth, biomass and genetic diversity of juvenile Atlantic salmon

Darryl McLennan, Sonya K. Auer, Graeme J. Anderson, Thomas C. Reid, Ronald D. Bassar, David C. Stewart, Eef Cauwelier, James Sampayo, Simon McKelvey, Keith H. Nislow, John D. Armstrong & Neil B. Metcalfe
1. The net transport of nutrients by migratory fish from oceans to inland spawning areas has decreased due to population declines and migration barriers. Restoration of nutrients to increasingly oligotrophic upland streams (that were historically salmon spawning areas) have shown short-term benefits for juvenile salmon, but the longer-term consequences are little known. 2. Here we simulated the deposition of a small number of adult Atlantic salmon Salmo salar carcasses at the end of the spawning...
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