I noted on the Edelbrock sight that the carb is factory set for 1500 feet. So at sea level, one would richen the carb from the stock, as delivered setting. More air at lower elevations requires more fuel.
Then, as you ride higher, or the tempature shoots up to 100's, there is less air, so one leans out the carb to keep the proper fuel air ratio.
Temp and elevation are the two big variables. Barometric pressure also affects jectting, but it is a quite minor influence on jetting and usually is disregarded.
So yes, you do make your E carb richer when at sea level.