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Table 1 Atlantic salmon populations in the basin of the White Sea, sampling locations, year, abbreviation (Abbr.), diversity indices: expected heterozygosity ( H E ), observed heterozygosity ( H O ), allelic richness ( A R ) and inbreeding coefficient ( f ), the level of fishing pressure ( Fishing pressure ) and estimated census size ( Size category )

From: Temporal variation of genetic composition in Atlantic salmon populations from the Western White Sea Basin: influence of anthropogenic factors?

Population Sampling year Abbr. Coordinates Sample size H E H O A R f Fishing pressure 1 Size category 2
Anadromous
Kola Peninsula
Kachkovka 2008 Kach08 67°24’N40°48’E 66 0.73 0.72 9.52 0.007 2 3
Kachkovka* 2001 Kach01 67°26’N40°56’E 41 0.73 0.70 9.81 0.047 3 3
Ponoi 2008 Ponoi08 67°07’N40°55’E 93 0.73 0.73 9.92 -0.003 1 5
Ponoi 1995 Ponoi95 67°08’N41°04’E 38 0.72 0.73 9.63 -0.008 1 5
Danilovka 2008 Dan08 66°45’N40°59’E 43 0.70 0.68 8.42 0.023 2 1
Danilovka* 2001 Dan01 66°45’N40°58’E 44 0.71 0.72 9.12 -0.009 1 1
Sosnovka 2008 Sos08 66°31’N40°32’E 46 0.71 0.70 9.06 0.040 2 2
Sosnovka 2001 Sos01 66°31’N40°34’E 30 0.74 0.70 9.98 -0.020 1 2
Babya 2008 Baby08 66°25’N40°34’E 41 0.71 0.73 9.27 0.022 2 3
Babya* 2001 Baby01 66°24’N40°08’E 46 0.73 0.71 10.14 0.012 1 3
Likhodeevka 2008 Likh08 66°21’N40°09’E 46 0.72 0.71 9.56 0.012 2 2
Likhodeevka* 2001 Likh01 66°21’N40°08’E 47 0.71 0.71 9.45 0.024 1 2
Pulonga (Kola) 2008 PuK08 66°16’N39°57’E 76 0.70 0.69 9.43 0.010 3 3
Pulonga (Kola)* 2001 PuK01 66°17’N39°56’E 47 0.71 0.70 9.30 -0.038 2 3
Pyalitsa 2008 Plc08 66°11’N39°29’E 26 0.74 0.76 9.65 0.029 3 2
Pyalitsa 2001 Plc01 66°11’N39°30’E 46 0.73 0.71 9.99 0.030 3 2
Chapoma 2008 Cha08 66°07’N38°50’E 49 0.71 0.69 9.73 -0.006 3 3
Chapoma 2001 Cha01 66°06’N38°50’E 42 0.71 0.69 9.36 0.034 4 3
Strelna 2008 Str08 66°04’N38°38’E 63 0.70 0.71 9.92 -0.028 3 3
Strelna 2001 Str01 66°04’N38°38’E 47 0.72 0.69 9.89 0.018 3 3
Chavanga 2008 Chv08 66°09’N37°46’E 41 0.70 0.72 9.34 -0.024 3 3
Chavanga 2001 Chv01 66°07’N37°44’E 49 0.68 0.67 8.05 0.090 4 3
Indera 2008 Ind08 66°14’N37°08’E 60 0.68 0.69 7.99 0.002 3 1
Indera 2001 Ind01 66°14’N37°09’E 45 0.70 0.64 8.73 -0.006 2 1
Varzuga 2008 Var08 66°24’N36°37’E 51 0.71 0.71 9.29 -0.057 4 5
Varzuga 1999 Var99 66°28’N36°28’E 37 0.73 0.73 9.59 -0.100 4 5
Karelian White Sea           
Nilma 2005 Nil05 66°29’N33°08’E 32 0.63 0.67 5.52 -0.057 4 1
Nilma* 1999 Nil99 66°29’N33°08’E 42 0.65 0.71 4.92 -0.100 5 1
Pulonga (Karelia) 2005 PuW05 66°18’N33°15’E 56 0.62 0.66 5.32 -0.064 4 1
Pulonga (Karelia)* 1999 PuW99 66°18’N33°15’E 43 0.61 0.63 5.17 -0.026 4 1
Pongoma 2005 Png05 65°17’N34°00’E 41 0.69 0.67 7.69 0.030 3 1
Pongoma* 1999 Png99 65°17’N34°00’E 50 0.68 0.67 7.23 0.013 3 1
Freshwater  
Pisto 2005 Pis05 65°21’N30°33’E 39 0.52 0.52 4.48 0.021 5 1
Pisto 1999 Pis99 65°16’N30°33’E 55 0.53 0.52 4.63 -0.002 5 1
Kamennaya 2005 Kam05 64°28’N30°24’E 29 0.39 0.38 3.11 -0.071 3 1
Kamennaya 1999 Kam99 64°28’N30°24’E 57 0.38 0.41 2.98 0.022 3 1
  1. *Data taken from Tonteri et al. [32].
  2. 1Fishing pressure: 1–no catch in a river; 2-< 15% of spawners caught; 3-16-25% of spawners caught; 4-26-40% of spawners caught; 5-41-70% of spawners caught (A.E. Veselov, A.G. Potutkin–personal observations, Additional file 4: Table S1).
  3. 2Size category: 1-100-500; 2-500-1000; 3-1000-5000; 4-5000-10000; 5-10000-50000 ascending adults/year [3538].