Data from: Validity of inferring size-selective mortality and a critical size limit in Pacific salmon from scale circulus spacing

Terry D. Beacham, H. Andres Araujo, Strahan Tucker & Marc Trudel
Size-selective mortality owing to lack of energy reserves during the first marine winter has been suggested to be a result of juvenile salmon failing to reach a critical size or condition by the end of their first marine summer and not surviving the following winter due to this presumed energy deficit. This hypothesis implies a knife-edge mortality function based upon size, and is subject to empirical data support for acceptance. Scale circulus spacing has been...
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