Data from: Separating intrinsic and environmental contributions to growth and their population consequences

Shelton AO, Satterthwaite WH, Beakes MP, Munch SB, Sogard SM, Mangel M

Date Published: November 5, 2012

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.cj36j

 

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Title Steelhead Size Data
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Description This file contains length and weight time series for individual steelhead trout raised in tanks in Santa Cruz California during 2006. Individual fish were measured on a series of days starting in spring 2006 to spring 2007. The fish were derived from two hatcheries (Scott Creek Hatchery and Coleman National Fish Hatchery, denoted as "Scott" and "Coleman" respectively) and raised in set of tanks. The tank number in which each fish grew is noted in the file. The fish were fed two rations levels (high or low) and the ration associated with each time is noted in the column labeled "Ration." The sequence of feeding treatments determine the "Treatment" column which has four levels (1,2,3, or 4). See the publication for more detailed information.
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Title Steelhead Ration Schedule
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Description This file shows the sequence of high and low ration treatments for each tank and the date at which changes in ration occurred.
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Shelton AO, Satterthwaite WH, Beakes MP, Munch SB, Sogard SM, Mangel M (2013) Separating intrinsic and environmental contributions to growth and their population consequences. The American Naturalist 181(6): 799-814. http://dx.doi.org/10.1086/670198

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Shelton AO, Satterthwaite WH, Beakes MP, Munch SB, Sogard SM, Mangel M (2013) Data from: Separating intrinsic and environmental contributions to growth and their population consequences. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.cj36j
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