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Appendix A: Mean monthly temperatures in spawning areas for four CR brook trout populations in 2010.
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Appendix B: Cape Race trout population census size (N) and the effective number of breeders (Nb) for 2011, and the relationship between Nb and Ne for five CR populations.
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Appendix C: GLMM results to evaluate the effect of shipment date on mean trait values at CR.
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Appendix D: GLMM results to evaluate the effect of temperature regime, population size (N or Nb), egg size, family size, and interactions on mean trait values at CR.
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Appendix E: Directional Hypothesis: Absolute values of slopes between three temperature regimes in relation to N and Nb, Spearman’s correlations, and GLMM results to assess the magnitude of plasticity in relation to population size for early-life history traits at CR.
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Appendix F: Variable Hypothesis: Values of slopes between three temperature regimes in relation to N and Nb, GLMM results, and White’s test results to assess the variability of plasticity in relation to population size for early-life history traits at CR.
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Appendix G: Means and CVs for early-life history traits for small vs. large CR populations.
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Appendix H: GLMM effect size 95% confidence intervals (CIs) for the effect of predictor variables on the magnitude and variability of plasticity at CR.
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