Data from: Climate, invasive species and land use drive population dynamics of a cold-water specialist

Ryan P. Kovach, Robert Al-Chokhachy, Diane C. Whited, David A. Schmetterling, Andrew M. Dux & Clint C. Muhlfeld
Climate change is an additional stressor in a complex suite of threats facing freshwater biodiversity, particularly for cold-water fishes. Research addressing the consequences of climate change on cold-water fish has generally focused on temperature limits defining spatial distributions, largely ignoring how climatic variation influences population dynamics in the context of other existing stressors. We used long-term data from 92 populations of bull trout Salvelinus confluentus – one of North America's most cold-adapted fishes – to...
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