Data from: Climate warming is predicted to enhance the negative effects of harvesting on high-latitude lake fish populations

Aslak Smalås, John Strøm, Per-Arne Amundsen, Ulf Dieckmann & Raul Primicerio
1. Ecosystems at high latitudes are exposed to some of the highest rates of climate warming on earth, and freshwater ecosystems in those regions are already experiencing extended ice-free seasons and warmer waters. The dominant fish species in these ecosystems are cold-water salmonids, which play a central ecological role in lake ecosystems, where they are often exposed to size-selective fisheries that truncate their size- and age-distributions, making them potentially vulnerable to exploitation and environmental perturbations....
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