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Author Correction: Remote sensing northern lake methane ebullition

The Original Article was published on 11 May 2020

Correction to: Nature Climate Change, published online 11 May 2020.

The following code availability statement had not previously been provided for this Letter: “The eddy4R v0.2.0 eddy-covariance software framework used to generate airborne flux estimates is described in ref. 56 and can be freely accessed at The eddy4R Environmental Response Functions v0.0.5 advanced software module of ref. 49 was accessed under Terms of Use for this study ( and is available upon request.” As a result, a new ref. 56 has been added “Metzger, S. et al. eddy4R 0.2.0: a DevOps model for community-extensible processing and analysis of eddy-covariance data based on R, Git, Docker, and HDF5. Geosci. Model Dev. 10, 3189–3206 (2017)”. In addition, the following sentence was not included in the Acknowledgements: “We thank S. Metzger for processing the airborne EC raw data and for advice on the machine-learning steps in creating the regional airborne EC flux map using the free eddy4R software framework.” The online versions of this Letter have now been amended.

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Engram, M., Walter Anthony, K.M., Sachs, T. et al. Author Correction: Remote sensing northern lake methane ebullition. Nat. Clim. Chang. 10, 876 (2020).

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