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    The (a) observed and (b)–(f) modeled precipitation anomalies (mm month−1) during the Dust Bowl (1932–39) relative to an 1856–1928 climatology. Observations are from GHCN. The modeled values are ensemble means from the ensembles with (b) global SST forcing (GOGA), (c) tropical Pacific forcing (POGA), (d) tropical Pacific forcing and a mixed layer ocean elsewhere (POGA-ML), (e) tropical Atlantic forcing (TAGA), and (f) with land and atmosphere initialized in January 1929 from the GOGA run and integrated forward with the 1856–1928 climatological SST (COGA). The uneven contour interval is given at the base of the figure.

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    As in Fig. 2, but for temperature. The contour interval is 0.2 K.

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    Multiple regression of observed precipitation on indices of TP and TNA SST anomalies. Shaded areas are significant at the 5% level. Units are mm month−1 per std dev of the SST index and the contour interval is uneven and listed at the bottom of the figure.

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    As in Fig. 5, but for the GOGA ensemble mean.

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    As in Fig. 5, but observed surface air temperature. Units are K per std dev of the SST index and the contour interval is 0.1 K.

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    As in Fig. 7, but for the GOGA ensemble mean.

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Due to a printing error, inferior versions of the color figures in “Would Advance Knowledge of 1930s SSTs Have Allowed Prediction of the Dust Bowl Drought?” by Richard Seager, Yochanan Kushnir, Mingfang Ting, Mark Cane, Naomi Naik, and Jennifer Miller were published in the Journal of Climate, Vol. 21, No. 13, 3261–3281. The corrected versions of Figs. 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8 are reproduced below as they were intended to appear. The staff of the Journal of Climate regrets any inconvenience this error may have caused.

Fig. 2.
Fig. 2.

The (a) observed and (b)–(f) modeled precipitation anomalies (mm month−1) during the Dust Bowl (1932–39) relative to an 1856–1928 climatology. Observations are from GHCN. The modeled values are ensemble means from the ensembles with (b) global SST forcing (GOGA), (c) tropical Pacific forcing (POGA), (d) tropical Pacific forcing and a mixed layer ocean elsewhere (POGA-ML), (e) tropical Atlantic forcing (TAGA), and (f) with land and atmosphere initialized in January 1929 from the GOGA run and integrated forward with the 1856–1928 climatological SST (COGA). The uneven contour interval is given at the base of the figure.

Citation: Journal of Climate 22, 1; 10.1175/JCLI2869.1

Fig. 4.
Fig. 4.

As in Fig. 2, but for temperature. The contour interval is 0.2 K.

Citation: Journal of Climate 22, 1; 10.1175/JCLI2869.1

Fig. 5.
Fig. 5.

Multiple regression of observed precipitation on indices of TP and TNA SST anomalies. Shaded areas are significant at the 5% level. Units are mm month−1 per std dev of the SST index and the contour interval is uneven and listed at the bottom of the figure.

Citation: Journal of Climate 22, 1; 10.1175/JCLI2869.1

Fig. 6.
Fig. 6.

As in Fig. 5, but for the GOGA ensemble mean.

Citation: Journal of Climate 22, 1; 10.1175/JCLI2869.1

Fig. 7.
Fig. 7.

As in Fig. 5, but observed surface air temperature. Units are K per std dev of the SST index and the contour interval is 0.1 K.

Citation: Journal of Climate 22, 1; 10.1175/JCLI2869.1

Fig. 8.
Fig. 8.

As in Fig. 7, but for the GOGA ensemble mean.

Citation: Journal of Climate 22, 1; 10.1175/JCLI2869.1

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