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Mick Pope Bureau of Meteorology Training Centre, Bureau of Meteorology, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

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An error was published in the final two sentences of the abstract of Pope et al. (2008). The correct wording for these sentences is as follows:

“During periods of deep zonal westerly flow, which coincide with the active phase of the monsoon, the areal extent of the convective elements in the Darwin region is greatest in the late morning, which is more typical of maritime convection. In contrast, when the zonal flow is deep and easterly and the monsoon is in a break phase, the number of convective elements in the Darwin region peaks in the early afternoon, which is characteristic of the diurnal cycle over land.”

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Pope, M., C. Jakob, and M. J. Reeder, 2008: Convective systems of the north Australian monsoon. J. Climate, 21 , 50915112.

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  • Pope, M., C. Jakob, and M. J. Reeder, 2008: Convective systems of the north Australian monsoon. J. Climate, 21 , 50915112.

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