Nature Climate Change 4, 806–810 (2014); published online 3 August 2014; corrected online 8 August 2014; corrected after print 4 September 2014.
In the version of this Letter previously published, the value given for net ecosystem productivity was incorrect, and should have read 99.2 Tg C yr−1; this has no impact on the reported results. These corrections have been made in the online versions of the Letter.
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Seidl, R., Schelhaas, MJ., Rammer, W. et al. Correction: Corrigendum: Increasing forest disturbances in Europe and their impact on carbon storage. Nature Clim Change 4, 930 (2014). https://doi.org/10.1038/nclimate2393
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