Population Structure of Lake-Type and River-Type Sockeye Salmon in Transboundary Rivers of Northern British Columbia

The objective of the present study was to evaluate microsatellite genetic differentiation between lake-type and riverine populations within the same river drainage, among riverine populations in the same drainage, and among riverine populations in different drainages in British Columbia. In particular, it was important to confirm the finding from allozyme surveys that little genetic differentiation would be observed among riverine populations in British Columbia.

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Author Beacham, T.D., McIntosh, B. and C. MacConnachie
Data Steward Fisheries and Oceans Canada Pacific Region
Publication Year 2004