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Groundfish Expanded Mortality Multiyear (GEMM), 2002-18

Kayleigh A. Somers, Jason E. Jannot, Vanessa J. Tuttle, Kate Richerson, Neil Riley & Jon T. McVeigh
NWFSC data report ; 2020-01

It's a wormy world: Meta-analysis reveals several decades of change in the global abundance of the parasitic nematodes Anisakis spp. and Pseudoterranova spp. in marine fishes and invertebrates

Evan Fiorenza, Catrin Wendt, Katie Dobkowski, Teri King, Marguerite Pappaionou, Peter Rabinowitz, Jameal Samhouri & Chelsea Wood
The Anthropocene has brought substantial change to ocean ecosystems, but whether this age will bring more or less marine disease is unknown. In recent years, the accelerating tempo of epizootic and zoonotic disease events has made it seem as if disease is on the rise. Is this apparent increase in disease due to increased observation and sampling effort, or to an actual rise in the abundance of parasites and pathogens? We examined the literature to...

Data from: Genomic and phenotypic effects of inbreeding across two different hatchery management regimes in Chinook salmon

Charles Waters, Jeffrey Hard, David Fast, Curtis Knudsen, William Bosch & Kerry-Ann Naish
Genomic approaches permit direct estimation of inbreeding and its effect on fitness. We used genomic-based estimates of inbreeding to investigate their relationship with eight adult traits in a captive-reared Pacific salmonid that is released into the wild. Estimates were also used to determine whether alternative broodstock management approaches reduced risks of inbreeding. Specifically, 1,100 unlinked restriction-site associated (RAD) loci were used to compare pairwise relatedness, derived from a relationship matrix, and individual inbreeding, estimated by...

Inland walleye genotypes

Matthew Bootsma, Kristen Gruenthal, Garrett McKinney, Levi Simmons, Loren Miller, Greg Sass & Wes Larson
Targeted amplicon sequencing methods, such as genotyping-in-thousands by sequencing (GT-seq), facilitate rapid, accurate, and cost-effective analysis of hundreds of genetic loci in thousands of individuals. Development of GT-seq panels is non-trivial, but studies describing trade-offs associated with different steps of GT-seq panel development are rare. Here, we construct a dual-purpose GT-seq panel for walleye (Sander vitreus), discuss trade-offs associated with different development and genotyping approaches, and provide suggestions for researchers constructing their own GT-seq panels....

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