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Corrigendum: Subregional variability in the response of New England vegetation to postglacial climate change

W. Wyatt Oswald, David R. Foster, Bryan N. Shuman, Elaine D. Doughty, Edward K. Faison, Brian R. Hall, Barbara C. S. Hansen, Matts Lindbladh, Adriana Marroquin, Sarah A. Truebe

In this paper we provided an incorrect citation and incomplete methodology for the identification of pollen grains of Pinus subgenus Pinus as either Pinus banksiana type or Pinus rigida type (which includes both P. rigida and Pinus resinosa). The citation given as McAndrews, Berti, and Norris (1973) should have been given as Whitehead (1964). Following Whitehead (1964), Pinus subgenus Pinus grains estimated to be <36 microns were counted as P. banksiana type, those estimated to be >42 microns were counted as P. rigida type, and those in the 36–42 micron range were not assigned to either category. The intermediate‐sized grains may represent P. banksiana, P. resinosa, or P. rigida (Whitehead, 1964).

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