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Correction: A century of changing flows: Forest management changed flow magnitudes and warming advanced the timing of flow in a southwestern US river

  • Marcos D. Robles,
  • Dale S. Turner,
  • Jeanmarie A. Haney

Correction: A century of changing flows: Forest management changed flow magnitudes and warming advanced the timing of flow in a southwestern US river

  • Marcos D. Robles, 
  • Dale S. Turner, 
  • Jeanmarie A. Haney
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The legend for Table 5 is incorrect. The text of the legend is incorrectly placed within the main article text as the third paragraph of the “Climate-flow regression models” heading of the Climate trends subsection of the Results. This paragraph should instead be included as the legend for Table 5. Please see the correct table and legend here.

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Table 5. Climate-flow regression models.

Multiple linear regression models explaining variation in annual and monthly total streamflow for the Salt River near Roosevelt, Arizona [60] based on precipitation and temperature at McNary, Arizona [61]. Models built with full dataset (1914–2012) and re-run for two sub-periods. Final models included explanatory variables that were significant (* < = 0.05, ** < = 0.01, *** < = 0.001) and not correlated, except for precipitation polynomial terms that were needed to satisfy assumptions of linear fit (N.S. denotes non-significance for these terms). Months labeled with ‘75’ indicate only 75% of data were used to eliminate serial correlation of model residuals. Regression models described in more detail in methods section and S1 Table.

https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0191443.t001

Reference

  1. 1. Robles MD, Turner DS, Haney JA (2017) A century of changing flows: Forest management changed flow magnitudes and warming advanced the timing of flow in a southwestern US river. PLoS ONE 12(11): e0187875. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0187875 pmid:29176868