Corrigendum: "The no-interaction model does not mean that interactions should not be studied" Journal of Ecology 85, 101-102; 1997.

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"Finally, the no-interaction model does not claim that there are no interactions in vegetation. It only shows that you cannot conclude anything about those interactions from the humped-back relationship between species-richness and biomass. Instead, one should study interactions directly. The model has fulfilled its purpose if it helps turn attention from circular black box models of species richness and biomass towards more direct ecological models using more meaningful parameters."