Data from: Pop‐off data storage tags reveal niche partitioning between native and non‐native predators in a novel ecosystem

Graham D. Raby, Timothy B. Johnson, Steven T. Kessel, Thomas J. Stewart & Aaron T. Fisk
1. Niche partitioning might be predicted to be particularly dynamic in ‘novel ecosystems’ characterized by human-altered environmental conditions and biological invasions. Restoration efforts for native species in such systems can be informed by detailed characterization of niche partitioning. 2. In Lake Ontario, fishery management agencies have been engaged in a long-term struggle to restore native top predators including lake trout (Salvelinus namaycush). Meanwhile, management agencies continue to stock non-native species like Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha)...
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