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Erratum: The role of satellite remote sensing in climate change studies

The Original Article was published on 15 September 2013

Nature Clim. Change 3, 875–883 (2013); published online 15 September 2013; corrected after print 27 September 2013; 2 December 2013.

In the version of this Review Article originally published, the temperature anomaly trends for RSS and UAH in Fig. 2b,c should have been positive values. These errors have now been corrected in the online versions of the Review Article. In the previous corrigendum, the mass balance of glaciers in the Karakarom region should have read 0.11±0.22 m yr−1.

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Yang, J., Gong, P., Fu, R. et al. Erratum: The role of satellite remote sensing in climate change studies. Nature Clim Change 4, 74 (2014). https://doi.org/10.1038/nclimate2084

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