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Fishery selection and Pacific salmon life histories: patterns and processes

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Title Fishery selection and Pacific salmon life histories: patterns and processes
Creator Kendall, Neala Warren
Subject fishery selection Pacific salmon age and size at maturation life history evolution fisheries-induced evolution countergradient variation heritability reaction norms fisheries management
Description Life history traits of wild animals can be strongly influenced by anthropogenic activities, including hunting and fishing. Recent research has warned of adverse evolutionary changes resulting from the exploitation of wild populations. My PhD research fills gaps in our understanding of long-term fishery selection patterns and the potential for evolutionary change in harvested populations. I first examined how genetic and environmental effects impact age and size at maturation in sockeye salmon...
Publisher University of Washington
Contributor Quinn, Thomas P.
Date 2011-12-14T21:08:48Z 2011-12-14T21:08:48Z 2001-12-07
Type Thesis
Identifier http://hdl.handle.net/1773/19338
Language en_US

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