Erratum: Worldwide evidence of a unimodal relationship between productivity and plant species richness (Science DOI: 10.5061/dryad.038q8)

Lauchlan H. Fraser, J. Pither, A. Jentsch, M. Sternberg, M. Zobel, D. Askarizadeh, S. Bartha, C. Beierkuhnlein, J. A. Bennett, A. Bittel, B. Boldgiv, I. I. Boldrini, E. Bork, L. Brown, M. Cabido, J. Cahill, C. N. Carlyle, G. Campetella, S. Chelli, O. CohenA. M. Csergo, S. Díaz, L. Enrico, D. Ensing, A. Fidelis, J. D. Fridley, B. Foster, H. Garris, J. R. Goheen, H. A.L. Henry, M. Hohn, M. H. Jouri, J. Klironomos, K. Koorem, R. Lawrence-Lodge, R. Long, P. Manning, R. Mitchell, M. Moora, S. C. Müller, C. Nabinger, K. Naseri, G. E. Overbeck, T. M. Palmer, S. Parsons, M. Pesek, V. D. Pillar, R. M. Pringle, K. Roccaforte, A. Schmidt, Z. Shang, R. Stahlmann, G. C. Stotz, S. Sugiyama, S. Szentes, D. Thompson, R. Tungalag, S. Undrakhbold, M. van Rooyen, C. Wellstein, J. B. Wilson, T. Zupo

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