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Data and code for: Infected juvenile salmon can experience increased predation during freshwater migration

Citation

Furey, Nathan et al. (2021), Data and code for: Infected juvenile salmon can experience increased predation during freshwater migration, Dryad, Dataset, https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.12jm63xw2

Abstract

This submission constitutes the data and code for the manuscript titled "Infected juvenile salmon can experience increased predation during freshwater migration" submitted by Furey et al. It includes R code for conducting analyses, a custom-built R package (authored by Bass) for conducting analyses, data files, R objects for predicting fish lengths, and sample metadata on juvenile sockeye salmon smolts that were sampled. Please see the file "DryadData_titles_and_captions_RSOS_Furey_et_al" for list of file names included. 

Funding

Pacific Salmon Foundation

Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada, Award: Discovery program

Mitacs, Award: Accelerate program

Genome British Columbia (Strategic Salmon Health Initiative)

Fisheries Society of the British Isles

Ocean Tracking Network

Canada Foundation for Innovation

Genome British Columbia (Strategic Salmon Health Initiative)

Ocean Tracking Network