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Table 1 Atlantic cod samples analysed in the present study.

From: Genomic signatures of local directional selection in a high gene flow marine organism; the Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua)

geographical locality position sampling year
(abbreviation)
sample size peak spawning
Baltic Sea1,3 54.51° N 15.28° E 1996 (BAS) 40 June
Arkona Basin3 54.53° N 13.33° E 1996 (ARK) 40 May
Western Baltic Sea3 54.56° N 12.28° E 2007 (WBA) 36 March
Belt Sea3 55.11° N 10.28° E 1996 (BES) 40 March
Kattegat3 57.15° N 11.35° E 1996 (KAT) 40 April
Central North Sea1,2,3 55.17° N 03.39° E 1996 (CNS) 40 April
Southern North Sea2 54.29° N 0.02° E 2006 (SNS) 40 April
English Channel1,2 50.47° N 0.29° E 2005 (ECH) 40 February
Northern North Sea2 58.00° N 03.00° W 2003 (NNS) 40 April
Northeast Arctic cod, Lofoten1,2 68.35° N 12.13° E 2003 (NEAC) 40 April
Norwegian coastal cod, Lofoten1,2 68.12° N 14.44° E 2003 (NCC) 40 April
Faeroe Plateau2 62.53° N 06.18° W 2002 (FPL) 40 March
Faeroe Bank4 Unknown 1978 (FBA78) 32 March
Faeroe Bank2,4 60.56° N 08.52° W 2002 (FBA) 40 March
Iceland South1,2 63.49° N 21.05° W 2002 (ICS) 40 April
Iceland North2 66.17° N 15.45° W 2002 (ICN) 40 April
Greenland1,2 66.35° N 53.32° W 2005 (GRE) 40 April
Western Atlantic (Canada)1 47.39° N 55.24° W 1998 (CAN) 40 May
  1. 1) Samples included in global analysis, 2) samples in south-north transect, 3) samples in North Sea-Baltic Sea transect, 4) samples in temporal comparison.