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Correction: Decomposition of Organic Carbon in Fine Soil Particles Is Likely More Sensitive to Warming than in Coarse Particles: An Incubation Study with Temperate Grassland and Forest Soils in Northern China

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Correction: Decomposition of Organic Carbon in Fine Soil Particles Is Likely More Sensitive to Warming than in Coarse Particles: An Incubation Study with Temperate Grassland and Forest Soils in Northern China

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In the Materials and Methods section, there is an error in the fourth equation in the first set of parentheses. R1 should not be subtracted from R2; rather, R2 should be divided by R1. Please view the complete, correct equation here:

Reference

  1. 1. Ding F, Huang Y, Sun W, Jiang G, Chen Y (2014) Decomposition of Organic Carbon in Fine Soil Particles Is Likely More Sensitive to Warming than in Coarse Particles: An Incubation Study with Temperate Grassland and Forest Soils in Northern China. PLoS ONE 9(4): e95348