Due to a production error, Figs. 1 and 5 were published incorrectly in Livneh et al. (2013). In addition, the third row of Table 3 contained an error and the final coauthor's affiliation and corresponding author address was not accurate. To correct this, the following pages contain the full article as it should have appeared, with all of the above corrections implemented.

Fig. 1.

L13 minus M02 for (top) summer [June–August (JJA)] and (bottom) winter [December–February (DJF)] mean monthly (left) precipitation, (center) max temperature, and (right) min temperature for the concurrent period (1 Jan 1950–31 Jul 2000).

Fig. 1.

L13 minus M02 for (top) summer [June–August (JJA)] and (bottom) winter [December–February (DJF)] mean monthly (left) precipitation, (center) max temperature, and (right) min temperature for the concurrent period (1 Jan 1950–31 Jul 2000).

Fig. 5.

Mean monthly hydrographs from L13 (m3 s−1) over the period 1961–90. Simulated flows are denoted by dashed lines, while observed or naturalized flows are solid lines.

Fig. 5.

Mean monthly hydrographs from L13 (m3 s−1) over the period 1961–90. Simulated flows are denoted by dashed lines, while observed or naturalized flows are solid lines.

Table 3.

Details of observational streamflow data used for comparison with simulated fluxes and states.

Details of observational streamflow data used for comparison with simulated fluxes and states.
Details of observational streamflow data used for comparison with simulated fluxes and states.

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Footnotes

Publisher’s Note: This article was revised on 3 May 2018 to update the link to the dataset in section 4.