Correction to: Hydraulic traits of co-existing conifers do not correlate with local hydroclimate condition: a case study in the northern Rocky Mountains, U.S.A

The Original Article was published on 06 October 2020

Correction to: Oecologia https://doi.org/10.1007/s00442-020-04772-z

The authors would like to correct errors in the original publication of their article.

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In the Materials and methods section under the first paragraph of the “Study site and experimental design.” The second sentence has the word ‘Folk’ which should be changed to ‘Fork’. “To capture a hydroclimatic gradient associated with elevation, we selected two south-facing sub-catchments from low (1280 m.a.s.l., lat/long: 46.88210, − 113.34449) and high elevation (1800 m.a.s.l., lat/long: 46.89099, − 113.29714) sites within the North Fork of the Elk Creek watershed.”

In Table 1, everything should have a superscript. Currently, there is a subscript associated with the estimated P50 value of low P. menziesii. This should be a superscript.

Table 1 Estimates for 50% loss of conductivity (P50) and safety margins for P. ponderosa, P. menziesii, and P. engelmannii at the low- and high-elevation sites

Revised version of Acknowledgements section updated here.

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TC and all related research was supported by National Science Foundation grant number, DEB-1457720, the Montana National Science Foundation Established Program to Stimulate Competitive Research and the Montana Institute on Ecosystems. The manuscript is to be part of a Special Issue honoring Russ Monson. His true talent is his ability to bridge ecophysiology with many different disparate fields, from plant biochemistry to ecosystem ecology. Russ has always excelled at identifying the pressing and novel scientific questions and creating a comprehensive and creative research plan to address those issues. We would also like to thank Dave Roberts, Yuriko Yano, Chase Dart, Jim Junker, Corinne Moss, and Claire Qubain with help on data collection and helpful discussions.

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Clute, T., Martin, J., Looker, N. et al. Correction to: Hydraulic traits of co-existing conifers do not correlate with local hydroclimate condition: a case study in the northern Rocky Mountains, U.S.A. Oecologia (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00442-020-04837-z

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