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Yeping Yuan and Alexander R. Horner-Devine

spreading on buoyancy flux in a river plume . J. Phys. Oceanogr. , 43 , 2588 – 2610 , doi:10.1175/JPO-D-12-0117.1 .

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Robert C. Wills and Tapio Schneider

Our published paper ( Wills and Schneider 2015 ) contains errors in Fig. 9a . The drainage boundaries shown are incorrect in several places, most notably in the Nile River basin. These errors result from a bug in the code used to compute the drainage boundaries and are not inherent to the river topology dataset used ( Fekete et al. 2001 ; Vörösmarty et al. 2000 ). This bug does not affect the computation of the river runoff fluxes. Therefore, the numerical values in Tables 3 and 4 of Wills

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316 MONTHLY WEATHER R.EVIEW JUN, 19~tributions of previous rainfhll and runoff, the middleand lower portions of the river crested at the same timeas much of the upper river.WEEK ENDING MARCH 31The "omega" blocking pattern which appeared in thePacific in the previous week strengthened during the lastweek as the eastern Pacific trough deepened and continuedto retrograde in the south (figs. 9A, 1OA). Strong south-westerly flow nhead of t,his trough, in combination withan intense upper Low in nort

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, D. M. , C. M. Woodhouse , C. A. Baisan , T. Knight , J. J. Lukas , M. K. Hughes , and M. W. Salzer , 2007 : Medieval drought in the upper Colorado River basin. Geophys. Res. Lett. , 34 , L10705 . doi:10.1029/2007GL029988 .

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Benjamin D. Reineman, Luc Lenain, Nicholas M. Statom, and W. Kendall Melville

In the final processing of Reineman et al. (2013) , the appearance of Fig. 17 on p. 1313 was inadvertently altered. Figure 17 appears below as it was meant to be shown. Fig . 17. Sample time series of variables measured by the ScanEagle Flux payload, at an altitude of 32.4 ± 3.1 m AGL over the Potomac River on 13 Apr 2012, showing (a) vertical wind; (b) water vapor concentration, as measured by the krypton hygrometer; and (c) temperature, as measured by the optical sensor (low

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with the following sections: SECTION 1 .-Aerology.-Data and discussions relative to the free atmosphere. SECTION 2.4ennSral msteoroZ y.-Special contribu- tions by any competent student T earing on any branch of meteorology and climatology, theoretical or other- wise. SECTION 3 .-Forecasts and general conditioias of th.e n tm osphers . SECTION 4.-Rivers and jioods.SECTION 5.-Seismology.-Results of observations by Weather Bureau observers and others as reported to the Washington office. Occasional

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.SECTION 3.-Forecasts and general condaitions of the tributed by numerous independent services will continue as in the past. Our thanks am s ecially due to the atmosphere. SECTION 4.-Rivers und$oods. directors and superintendents of the ollowmg: SECTION 5 .~~o ~o ~.-R e s d t s of observations by The Meteorological Service of the Dominion of Canada. Weather Bureau observers and others as reported to the The Meteorological Service of Cuba. Washington office. The Meteorological Observatory of Bel6n COlEege

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on the title-page; hence the REVIEW as awhoye can not issue from the res8 until about eight to the free atmos here. SECTION 2.-ifeneral meteor010 .-Special contribu- weeks from the end of that mont .of meteorology and climatolo y, theoretical or otherwise. tributed by numerous independent services will continue SECTION 3.--Forecnsts anfi general conditions of the as in the past. Our thanks are s ecially due to theatmosphere. directors and superintendents of tho Pollowing:SECTION 4.-Rivers

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Fore- casting by River Basins in Kyushu," Journal of Meteorological Research, Tokyo, Vol. 9, No. 9, Sept. 1957, pp. 633-641.[Received February 9, 1968; rewised March 18, 19681CORRECTION NOTICEIVol. 96, No. 1, January 1968, pp. 73-74: change these page numbers toread 72a and 72b respectively.II!

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Melissa L. Wrzesien, Michael T. Durand, Tamlin M. Pavelsky, Ian M. Howat, Steven A. Margulis, and Laurie S. Huning

events linked to atmospheric rivers and surface air temperature via satellite measurements . Geophys. Res. Lett. , 37 , L20401 , https://doi.org/10.1029/2010GL044696 . 10.1029/2010GL044696 Guan , B. , N. P. Molotch , D. E. Waliser , S. M. Jepsen , T. H. Painter , and J. Dozier , 2013 : Snow water equivalent in the Sierra Nevada: Blending snow sensor observations with snowmelt model simulations . Water Resour. Res. , 49 , 5029 – 5046 , https://doi.org/10.1002/wrcr.20387 . 10.1002/wrcr

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