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Table S1 Basic descriptives for 14 microsatellite loci in 20 river populations. Given for each sample are number of alleles (A), observed (HO) and expected heterozygosities (H E), inbreeding coefficient (FIS), sample size (n). Given for each locus are total number of alleles observed, the range in allele size (bp) as well as overall amplification success (percentage)

Table S2 Pairwise genetic differentiation (following Weir & Cockerham 1984) among 20 river samples from Newfoundland and Labrador. Indicated in bold are samples that were not significantly differentiated (based on 1000 permutations in genetix)

Table S3 Comparative migration estimates between all pairs of rivers within regions for contemporary (bayesass) and coalescent (migrate) estimators. Given per region are genetic differentiation, contemporary migration rate m (with 95% credible intervals), coalescent-scaled migration rate M (m/µ) and unscaled migrate rate m along with 95% confidence intervals

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