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Correction: Long-Term Regional Shifts in Plant Community Composition Are Largely Explained by Local Deer Impact Experiments

Fig 4

Local deer effects predict long-term regional changes in abundance.

The graph shows species' proportional changes in regional abundance over the late 20th century (1950sā€“2000s) plotted as a function of the deer exclosure effect (the proportional differences in abundance due to the exclosure). Points represent the 53 species that occurred with adequate frequency in both data sets. Slope = 2.6, Adj. r2 = 0.25, F = 18.1, p < 0.0001.

Fig 4