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ERRATUM
Year : 2017  |  Volume : 15  |  Issue : 3  |  Page : 355

Erratum: Mapping Scenario Narratives: A Technique to Enhance Landscape-scale Biodiversity Planning



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DOI: 10.4103/0972-4923.211071

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. Erratum: Mapping Scenario Narratives: A Technique to Enhance Landscape-scale Biodiversity Planning. Conservat Soc 2017;15:355

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. Erratum: Mapping Scenario Narratives: A Technique to Enhance Landscape-scale Biodiversity Planning. Conservat Soc [serial online] 2017 [cited 2019 Nov 19];15:355. Available from: http://www.conservationandsociety.org/text.asp?2017/15/3/355/211071

In the article titled "Mapping Scenario Narratives: A Technique to Enhance Landscape-scale Biodiversity Planning" published in pages 179-188, issue 2, vol. 15 of Conservation and Society [1] , the name of the third author is written incorrectly as "Luciana L. Porfririo" instead of "Luciana L. Porfirio".

In the "How to cite this article" section, the name of the third author is written incorrectly. The section should read correctly as "Carter O, Mitchell M, Porfirio LL, Hugh S, Lockwood M, Gilfedder L, Lefroy EC. Mapping Scenario Narratives: A Technique to Enhance Landscape-scale Biodiversity Planning. Conservat Soc 2017;15:179-88."

 
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Carter O, Mitchell M, Porfririo LL, Hugh S, Lockwood M, Gilfedder L, Lefroy EC. Mapping Scenario Narratives: A Technique to Enhance Landscape-scale Biodiversity Planning. Conservat Soc 2017;15:179-88.  Back to cited text no. 1
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