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Nature volume 440, page 595 (30 March 2006) | Download Citation


In the Editorial “Everybody's fault” (Nature 440, 1; 200610.1038/440001a), the location of the proposed scientific peace park should have been identified as the hotly disputed Siachen Glacier. And in an accompanying News Feature on page 16 of the same issue, Jack Shroder was wrongly described as a seismologist; he is a geomorphologist.

Due to an editing error, our piece “Are adverts revealing nuclear secrets?” (Nature 440, 389; 2006) talked of uranium-238 as the fissile isotope, when it should have referred to uranium-235.

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