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Corrections,clarifications

A headline on a Monday Tulsa World Outdoors story was misleading. Talala’s Edwin Evers earned $300,000 with his REDCREST Championship Major League Fishing win Sunday. He was previously awarded Points Champion status.

A Saturday Tulsa World story used of the word “hungry” to describe land the Arkansas River consumed during flooding. However, in fluvial geomorphology, “hungry” refers specifically to water released from dams, although it’s true all water will pick up sediment based on its velocity and depth. In that story, an incorrect reference was made to consulting work conducted by Russell Dutnell and Riverman Engineering, which consults on all river erosion issues regardless of value of the assets involved.

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