The October 2015 issue of the Natural Areas Journal included the article, “Disturbance, Succession, and Structural Development of an Upland Hardwood Forest on the Interior Low Plateau, Tennessee” by Justin L. Hart, Merrit M. Cowden, Scott J. Torreano, and J. Patrick R. Vestal (Vol 35, no. 4, pp. 557–573). A revised version of this article is available online at BioOne with the following corrections:
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