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Marius Årthun, Tor Eldevik, and Lars H. Smedsrud

Our published paper ( Årthun et al. 2019 ) contains errors in its Fig. 11 , caused by an erroneous rotation of the model grid. An updated Fig. 11 is included here. It shows a trend toward lower sea level pressure (SLP) in the Nordic Seas–Arctic region ( Fig. 11a ) and a North Atlantic Oscillation–like SLP pattern associated with changes in Barents Sea Opening (BSO) volume transport. The discussion of Fig. 11 in Årthun et al. (2019) still remains valid, and this error has no bearing on the

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Maarten H. P. Ambaum, Brian J. Hoskins, and David B. Stephenson

also a correlation of −0.10 between the Azores and the time-reversed Pacific time series, that is, when causality between the two time series has been explicitly destroyed yet the autocorrelation structure has been preserved. The corrected correlation values do not alter the conclusions of our article. We apologize for the possible inconvenience this may have caused. REFERENCE Ambaum , M. H. P. , B. J. Hoskins , and D. B. Stephenson , 2001 : Arctic oscillation or North Atlantic oscillation

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Clio Michel, Annick Terpstra, and Thomas Spengler

In Michel et al. (2018) , there was a mistake in the Arctic sea ice extent (ASIE) calculation, leading to a few deviations in section 5b, though without changing the overall results. Equation (8) , Table 2 , Fig. 13 , and the affected parts of the text in section 5b should be as follows. Table 2. North Atlantic Oscillation (NAO), Scandinavian blocking (SB), and Arctic sea ice extent (ASIE) indices averaged over the genesis dates for PMCs along with their standard deviations for all polar

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