Correction: Corrigendum: Coherent assessments of Europe's marine fishes show regional divergence and megafauna loss (Nature Ecology & Evolution, (2017), 1, 7, (0170), 10.1038/s41559-017-0170)

Paul G. Fernandes, Gina M. Ralph, Ana Nieto, Mariana García Criado, Paraskevas Vasilakopoulos, Christos D. Maravelias, Robin M. Cook, Riley A. Pollom, Marcelo Kovačić, David Pollard, Edward D. Farrell, Ann Britt Florin, Beth A. Polidoro, Julia M. Lawson, Pascal Lorance, Franz Uiblein, Matthew Craig, David J. Allen, Sarah L. Fowler, Rachel H.L. WallsMia T. Comeros-Raynal, Michael S. Harvey, Manuel Dureuil, Manuel Biscoito, Caroline Pollock, Sophy R.Mc Cully Phillips, Jim R. Ellis, Constantinos Papaconstantinou, Alen Soldo, Çetin Keskin, Steen Wilhelm Knudsen, Luís Gil de Sola, Fabrizio Serena, Bruce B. Collette, Kjell Nedreaas, Emilie Stump, Barry C. Russell, Silvia Garcia, Pedro Afonso, Armelle B.J. Jung, Helena Alvarez, João Delgado, Nicholas K. Dulvy, Kent E. Carpenter

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Nature Ecology & Evolution 1, 0170 (2017); published 26 May 2017; corrected 12 June 2017. In the original version of this Article, the European Commission was mistakenly included as an affiliation for Christos D. Maravelias. His contribution to this work was exclusively completed while at the Hellenic Centre for Marine Research.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Article number0200
JournalNature Ecology and Evolution
Volume1
Issue number7
DOIs
StatePublished - Jul 1 2017

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Ecology, Evolution, Behavior and Systematics
  • Ecology

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