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Correction: Use of inverse modeling to evaluate CENTURY-predictions for soil carbon sequestration in US rain-fed corn production systems

  • Hoyoung Kwon,
  • Carmen M. Ugarte,
  • Stephen M. Ogle,
  • Stephen A. Williams,
  • Michelle M. Wander

Correction: Use of inverse modeling to evaluate CENTURY-predictions for soil carbon sequestration in US rain-fed corn production systems

  • Hoyoung Kwon, 
  • Carmen M. Ugarte, 
  • Stephen M. Ogle, 
  • Stephen A. Williams, 
  • Michelle M. Wander
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Table 3 appears incorrectly formatted in the published article. Please see the correct Table 3 and its caption here.

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Table 3. Parameters inversely estimated using the SCSOC.

Parameter estimates, which were significantly different from zero (initial fraction of slow SOC) or unity (management effect) at P<0.05), are reported as mean ± standard error. NS indicates not significant from zero. Three levels of N fertilization were classified as low (≤100), mid (100~200), and high (≥200) kg N ha-1 rates; two levels of OM addition were classified as mid (≤10) and high (≥10) t dry matter ha-1 rates.

https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0173729.t001

Reference

  1. 1. Kwon H, Ugarte CM, Ogle SM, Williams SA, Wander MM (2017) Use of inverse modeling to evaluate CENTURY-predictions for soil carbon sequestration in US rain-fed corn production systems. PLoS ONE 12(2): e0172861. pmid:28234992