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    Profiles of the effective absorption coefficient κ1 for CO2, as predicted by Eq. (27) (red) as well as diagnosed from RFM (black) by linearly averaging κ(ν˜,p) over those ν˜ that also contribute to Δν˜ in Eq. (20). The good agreement confirms the 1/p scaling for κ1, which underlies the stratospheric enhancement of Hν˜ (see Fig. 6).

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Corresponding author: Nadir Jeevanjee, nadirj@princeton.edu

Current affiliation: Program in Atmosphere and Ocean Sciences, Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey.

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Corresponding author: Nadir Jeevanjee, nadirj@princeton.edu

During the publication process for Jeevanjee and Fueglistaler (2020), several production errors occurred that need correction. First, in section 5 after Eq. (19), an incorrect inequality sign was used. The affected sentence should read “Physically, the τ = 1 law holds for such coordinates because τ ≈ 1 is a ‘sweet spot,’ in between τ 1 (where the optical depth gradient / goes to 0) and τ 1 (where the transmissivity eτ goes to 0).”

The second correction involves the removal of an errant label between Figs. 7e and 7f. The correct Fig. 7 is shown below.

Fig. 7.
Fig. 7.

Profiles of the effective absorption coefficient κ1 for CO2, as predicted by Eq. (27) (red) as well as diagnosed from RFM (black) by linearly averaging κ(ν˜,p) over those ν˜ that also contribute to Δν˜ in Eq. (20). The good agreement confirms the 1/p scaling for κ1, which underlies the stratospheric enhancement of Hν˜ (see Fig. 6).

Citation: Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences 77, 4; 10.1175/JAS-D-20-0067.1

The third error occurred in the last line of the first paragraph of section 6. The units of the spectrally resolved heating should be K day−1 cm, not K day−1 cm−1.

None of these errors affected the results or conclusions of the paper. AMS regrets any inconvenience these errors may have caused.

REFERENCE

Jeevanjee, N., and S. Fueglistaler, 2020: On the cooling-to-space approximation. J. Atmos. Sci., 77, 465478, https://doi.org/10.1175/JAS-D-18-0352.1.

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