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Correction: Tracing Carbon Sources through Aquatic and Terrestrial Food Webs Using Amino Acid Stable Isotope Fingerprinting

  • Thomas Larsen,
  • Marc Ventura,
  • Nils Andersen,
  • Diane M. O’Brien,
  • Uwe Piatkowski,
  • Matthew D. McCarthy

Correction: Tracing Carbon Sources through Aquatic and Terrestrial Food Webs Using Amino Acid Stable Isotope Fingerprinting

  • Thomas Larsen, 
  • Marc Ventura, 
  • Nils Andersen, 
  • Diane M. O’Brien, 
  • Uwe Piatkowski, 
  • Matthew D. McCarthy
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There is also an error in the second to last sentence of the third paragraph in the "Discussion" section. The correct sentence is: "Based on the three most informative EAAs for separating the mussel’s most likely food sources, we found that the mussels obtained about two-third of their EAAs from microalgae, about a quarter from kelp and the remaining fraction from bacteria (Fig. 6, Appendix S1)."