Each week we share the latest peer-reviewed publications coming from the College of the Environment. Over the past week, four new articles co-authored by members of the College were added to the Web of Science database. They include articles about sockeye salmon, the shallow slip deficit, and more. Read on!

1. Title: It’s a bear market: evolutionary and ecological effects of predation on two wild sockeye salmon populations
Authors: J. Lin, J. Hard, K. Naish, D. Peterson, R. Hilborn, L. Hauser
Source: Heredity, Volume 116/Issue 5, Pages 447-457. Published May 2016

2. Title: Recombination patterns reveal information about centromere location on linkage maps
Authors: M. Limborg, G. McKinney, L. Seeb, J. Seeb
Source: Molecular Ecology Resources, Volume 16/Issue 3, Pages 655-661. Published May 2016

3. Title: An integrated linkage map reveals candidate genes underlying adaptive variation in Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha)
Authors: G. McKinney, L. Seeb, W. Larson, D. Gomez-Uchida, M. Limborg, M. Brieuc, M. Everett, K. Naish, R. Waples, J. Seeb
Source: Molecular Ecology Resources, Volume 16/Issue 3, Pages 769-783. Published May 2016

4. Title: Refining the shallow slip deficit
Authors: X. Xu, X. Tong, D. Sandwell, C. Milliner, J. Dolan, J. Hollingsworth, S. Leprince, F. Ayoub
Source: Geophysical Journal International, Volume 204/Issue 3, Pages 1867-1886. Published March 2016