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Correction: Plankton cooled a greenhouse

The Original Article was published on 14 September 2000

In the News & Views article “Global change: Plankton cooled a greenhouse” by Birger Schmitz (Nature 407, 143–144; 2000), the period of ‘superwarm’ conditions at the Palaeocene/Eocene boundary should have been cited as lasting about 60,000 (not 150,000) years. Proof corrections made to the paper concerned (by S. Bains et al. Nature 407, 171–174;2000) were not passed on to the News & Views author.

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Schmitz, B. Correction: Plankton cooled a greenhouse. Nature 407, 467 (2000). https://doi.org/10.1038/35035198

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