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Response of chinook salmon to climate change

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Figure 1: Effects of evolution on quasi-extinction risk for a modeled population of sockeye salmon.


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Mantua, N., Crozier, L., Reed, T. et al. Response of chinook salmon to climate change. Nature Clim Change 5, 613–615 (2015).

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