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Supplementary Materials

This PDF file includes:

  • Results
  • Discussion
  • Fig. S1. (A) SIGs determined through water 87Sr/86Sr ratios (mean ± 2SD) from (17), and (B) the regression of juvenile Chinook salmon and water 87Sr/86Sr ratios.
  • Fig. S2. Scatter plots (A to D) of the number of fish in each SIG versus estimates of potential habitat amount within each SIG.
  • Fig. S3. Map illustrating commercial fishing districts in Bristol Bay area for Pacific salmon.
  • Fig. S4. (A) The proportion of marine-derived Sr within the otolith core of known origin juvenile Chinook salmon.
  • Table S1. Classification tables for known origin: (A) juvenile Chinook salmon and (B) slimy sculpin.
  • Table S2. Comparison of MSA results using posterior probability thresholds for SIG membership (that is, no threshold, >80%, and >70%).
  • Table S3. Summary of potential habitat amounts within each SIG relative to the number of adult Chinook salmon predicted into each SIG.
  • Table S4. (A) Overall movement patterns observed in total catch.
  • Legends for data sets S1 to S3
  • References (34–45)

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Other Supplementary Material for this manuscript includes the following:

  • Data set S1 (Microsoft Excel format). Juvenile salmon isotope data measured parallel to growth axis proximal to the otolith edge and ancillary information.
    Data set S2 (Microsoft Excel format). Juvenile life history isotope data measured perpendicular to growth axis from otolith core to edge.
    Data set S3 (Microsoft Excel format). Summary of adult Chinook salmon isotope data and ancillary information.

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