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Landscape Ecology

, Volume 30, Issue 4, pp 761–762 | Cite as

Erratum to: What is the role of trees and remnant vegetation in attracting people to urban parks?

  • D. F. ShanahanEmail author
  • B. B. Lin
  • K. J. Gaston
  • R. Bush
  • R. A. Fuller
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Erratum to: Landscape Ecol (2015) 30:153–165 DOI 10.1007/s10980-014-0113-0

In the original publication, Table 2 has been published incorrectly. The correct Table 2 is given below.
Table 2

Results from linear mixed models showing the correlation between difference in remnant vegetation cover between the visited and that closest to the visitor’s home and a range of predictor variables

Model rank

Predictor variables coefficient (t-value)

∆AIC

Akaike weight

IRSD

Nature relatedness

Highest qualification

Gender (female  = 2)

Park category

Age

Park area

Parameter estimate [relative importance]

−0.58[1]

2.58[0.82]

0.28[0.36]

−0.99[0.70]

−6.94[1]

0.03[0.08]

8.4e−7[1]

  

1

0.58(1.56)

2.61(1.38)

 

1.06(0.46)

6.93(4.81)

  

0

0.34

2

0.58(1.56)

2.61(1.38)

 

1.06(0.46)

6.93(4.81)

 

8e−7(12.55)

1.2

0.19

3

0.58(1.55)

2.55(1.36)

  

6.81(4.79)

 

8e−7(12.55)

1.7

0.15

4

0.58(1.55)

2.55(1.36)

0.28(0.55)

 

6.93(4.81)

 

8e−7(12.55)

2.87

0.08

5

0.58(1.55)

  

0.83(0.36)

7(4.85)

 

8e−7(12.43)

3.03

0.07

6

0.58(1.55)

 

0.27(0.52)

0.75(0.33)

7(4.87)

 

8e−7(12.63)

4.23

0.04

7

0.58(1.54)

   

6.96(4.84)

 

8e−7(12.51)

4.64

0.03

8

0.58(1.56)

2.51(1.32)

 

1.15(0.5)

6.91(4.78)

0.03(0.36)

8e−7(12.63)

5.05

0.03

9

0.58(1.54)

 

0.28(0.54)

 

7(4.86)

 

8e−7(12.51)

5.82

0.02

The italicized values show the model averaged parameter estimate and the relative importance of each variable (measured using standardised summed Akaike weights). The table also show the models in the top 95 % set based on cumulative Akaike weight. The results for each predictor variable are shown in the columns (income is not included here as it did not appear in the top 95 % set), where the coefficient indicates the direction of the relationship between the predictor and response variable

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Authors and Affiliations

  • D. F. Shanahan
    • 1
    Email author
  • B. B. Lin
    • 2
  • K. J. Gaston
    • 3
  • R. Bush
    • 4
  • R. A. Fuller
    • 1
  1. 1.School of Biological SciencesUniversity of QueenslandSt Lucia, BrisbaneAustralia
  2. 2.CSIRO Climate Adaptation Flagship and CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric ResearchAspendaleAustralia
  3. 3.Environment & Sustainability InstituteUniversity of ExeterPenrynUK
  4. 4.School of Population HealthUniversity of QueenslandHerston, BrisbaneAustralia

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