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Chao Ji, Qinghe Zhang, and Yongsheng Wu

In Ji et al. (2017) , there is an error in Eq. (39) . The correct equation should be written as The authors regret any inconvenience this error may have caused. REFERENCE Ji , C. , Q. H. Zhang , and Y. S. Wu , 2017 : Derivation of three-dimensional radiation stress based on Lagrangian solutions of progressive waves . J. Phys. Oceanogr. , 47 , 2829 – 2842 , https://doi.org/10.1175/JPO-D-16-0277.1 . 10.1175/JPO-D-16-0277.1

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error analysis of HEXMAX data. Bound.-Layer Meteor. , 83 , 479 – 503 . Janssen , P. A. E. M. , 1989 : Wave-induced stress and the drag of air flow over sea waves. J. Phs. Oceanogr. , 19 , 745 – 754 . Janssen , P. A. E. M. , 1991 : Quasi-linear theory of wind–wave generation applied to wave forcasting. J. Phys. Oceanogr. , 21 , 1631 – 1642 . Janssen , P. A. E. M. , 1999 : On the effect of ocean waves on the kinetic energy balance and consequences for the inertial dissipation

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There was an error in an equation in section 4b(4) of “Variability of Intraseasonal Kelvin Waves in the Equatorial Pacific Ocean,” by Toshiaki Shinoda, Paul E. Roundy, and George N. Kiladis, which was published in the Journal of Physical Oceanography, Vol. 38, No. 5, 921–944 . On p. 935, the equation at the bottom of the left column should appear as: The staff of the Journal of Physical Oceanography regrets any inconvenience this error may have caused.

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George Mellor

and surface wave equations . J. Phys. Oceanogr. , 35 , 2291 – 2298 . Mellor , G. L. , 2008 : The depth-dependent current and wave interaction equations: A revision . J. Phys. Oceanogr. , 38 , 2587 – 2596 . Mellor , G. L. , 2011 : Wave radiation stress . Ocean Dyn. , 61 , 563 – 568 , doi:10.1007/s10236-010-0359-2 . Phillips , O. M. , 1977 : The Dynamics of the Upper Ocean . Cambridge University Press, 336 pp . Smith , J. A. , 2006 : Wave–current interactions in finite depth

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Paul A. Hwang and David W. Wang

. Field measurements of duration-limited growth of wind-generated ocean surface waves at young stage of development. J. Phys. Oceanogr. 34 : 2316 – 2326 . Fig . 1. (a) Coefficients and (b) exponents of the first- and second-order power-law fitting of ω ∗( x ∗) and e ∗( x ∗). (c), (d) Same as (a) and (b) but presented in terms of ω ∗. (e) Coefficients and (f) exponents of the first- and second-order power law of ω ∗( t ∗) and e ∗( t ∗) computed from the fetch growth functions. Fig . 2. (left

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Mototaka Nakamura, Minoru Kadota, and Shozo Yamane

Southern Hemisphere (correction of Fig. 12b in NKY10 ). Because of the smaller in the corrected calculations, shows up contributing substantially to in the subtropics in the Northern Hemisphere, particularly clearly over the North Atlantic Ocean where indicates westward, rather than eastward, propagation of the low-frequency waves during the cooler seasons ( Fig. 1 ). In the Southern Hemisphere, the corrected also indicates westward, rather than eastward, propagation of low-frequency waves

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Michael E. McIntyre and Warwick A. Norton

higher-accuracy analogues of semigeostrophic theory? Geometric Methods and Models, I. Roulstone and J. Norbury, Eds., Large-scale Atmosphere–Ocean Dynamics, Vol. II, Cambridge University Press, in press. Whitaker, J. S., 1993: A comparison of primitive and balance equation simulations of baroclinic waves. J. Atmos. Sci., 50, 1519–1530.

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Doug M. Smith, Nick J. Dunstone, Adam A. Scaife, Emma K. Fiedler, Dan Copsey, and Steven C. Hardiman

There is an error in the units of EP flux in Fig. 12 of Smith et al. (2017) . The color bars show vertical EP flux in units of 10 6 kg s −2 rather than 10 −6 kg s −2 , and the horizontal and vertical vectors have been scaled separately. This does not affect any of the conclusions of the paper. A corrected figure and caption are supplied below ( Fig. 12 ). Fig . 12. Northern Hemisphere DJF wave activity fluxes as a function of latitude and height (pressure) in (a),(e) AMIP climatology, and

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Florian Sévellec, Joël J.-M. Hirschi, and Adam T. Blaker

ε = 2 × 10 −5 s −1 , the gray lines in Figs. 3b and 4b, respectively. Dashed lines represent the result for ε = 5 × 10 −5 s −1 , the gray lines in Figs. 3c and 4c, respectively. The thin black line indicates the inertial period. The crosses denote the AMOC variability period from the ¼° OGCM experiments by Blaker et al. (2012) . Fig . 6. Phase and group velocities [ c p (solid lines) and c g (dashed lines), respectively] of the Poincaré waves for a 5° wavelength as a function of

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. Response of joint ocean-atmospheremodel to seasonal variation of solar radiation. 42.Whirlwinds and waterspouts. 317.WILKINS, EUQENE M.:and Yoshikazu Sasaki and Ernest W. Marion. Laboratorysimulation of wake effects on second and third thermals inseries. 399.WILLIAMS, GARETH P. :Field distributions and balances in baroclinic annulus wave. 29.Wind deviation in upper troposphere and lower stratosphere in ElPaso-White Sands area. 159.Wind tower network: mesoscale wind fields and trsnsport estimates.565

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