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Oscillating American winter temperatures

Nature Climate Changevolume 9pages354355 (2019) | Download Citation

North American winters have varied from mild to extremely cold in recent years. Now, research provides a framework for understanding these changing temperature extremes.

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  • 01 May 2019

    In the version of this News & Views originally published, the first author for ref. 3 was incorrectly indicated to be Baek-Min Kim, but should have been Mi-Kyung Sung. The DOI of the linked paper was also incorrectly stated as https://doi.org/10.1038/s41558-091-0461-5, but should have been https://doi.org/10.1038/s41558-019-0461-5. These errors have now been amended.

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