Erratum to: The interacting effects of temperature, ground disturbance, and herbivory on seedling establishment: implications for treeline advance with climate warming

Munier, Anne; Hermanutz, Luise; Jacobs, John; Lewis, Keith
April 2014
Plant Ecology;Apr2014, Vol. 215 Issue 4, p479
Academic Journal
A correction to the article "The Interacting Effects of Temperature, Ground Disturbance, and Herbivory on Seedling Establishment: Implications for Treeline Advance With Climate Warning" that was published in the previous issue is presented.


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