Data associated with: Minor genetic consequences of a major mass mortality: Short-term effects in Pisaster ochraceus

Lauren Schiebelhut, Melina Giakoumis, Rita Castilho, Paige Duffin, Jonathan Puritz, John Wares, Gary Wessel & Michael Dawson
Mass mortality events (MMEs) are increasing globally in frequency and magnitude, largely due to human-induced change. The effects of these MMEs, both in the long- and short-term, are of imminent concern because of their ecosystem impacts. Genomic data can be used to reveal some of the population-level changes associated with MMEs. Here, we use reduced-representation sequencing to identify potential short-term genetic impacts of an MME associated with a sea star wasting (SSW) outbreak. We tested...
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