Correction to “Global patterns of land-atmosphere fluxes of carbon dioxide, latent heat, and sensible heat derived from eddy covariance, satellite, and meteorological observations”

Authors

  • Martin Jung,

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  • Markus Reichstein,

  • Hank A. Margolis,

  • Alessandro Cescatti,

  • Andrew D. Richardson,

  • M. Altaf Arain,

  • Almut Arneth,

  • Christian Bernhofer,

  • Damien Bonal,

  • Jiquan Chen,

  • Damiano Gianelle,

  • Nadine Gobron,

  • Gerald Kiely,

  • Werner Kutsch,

  • Gitta Lasslop,

  • Beverly E. Law,

  • Anders Lindroth,

  • Lutz Merbold,

  • Leonardo Montagnani,

  • Eddy J. Moors,

  • Dario Papale,

  • Matteo Sottocornola,

  • Francesco Vaccari,

  • Christopher Williams

Errata

This article corrects:


    [1] In the paper “Global patterns of land-atmosphere fluxes of carbon dioxide, latent heat, and sensible heat derived from eddy covariance, satellite, and meteorological observations” by M. Jung et al. (Journal of Geophysical Research, 116, G00J07, doi:10.1029/2010JG001566, 2011), Figures 1 and 2 were partly incorrect. The correct Figures 1 and 2 appear here.

    Figure 1.

    MTE predicted (x axis) versus FLUXNET observed (y axis) GPP, TER, NEE, LE, and H fluxes with performance measures for cross-validation experiment 1 (see section 2.5) for (a–e) all data points, (f–j) among-site variability, (k–o) seasonal variability, and (p–t) anomalies. Outliers are labeled with a circle and were not considered in the calculation of performance measures.

    Figure 2.

    MTE predicted (x axis) versus FLUXNET observed (y axis) GPP, TER, NEE, LE, and H fluxes with performance measures for cross-validation experiment 2 (see section 2.5) for (a–e) all data points, (f–j) among-site variability, (k–o) seasonal variability, and (p–t) anomalies. Outliers are labeled with a circle and were not considered in the calculation of performance measures.

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