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In Sedimentology 60 (1) (2013) print version, the following errors occurred.

1. In the Reference sections of the papers by Föllmi, et al., Wetzel et al. and Godet et al.,the page ranges of several references were inadvertently cited as ??–??.

The correct references are listed below and also available in the online version of the issue.

SED 12014 (Föllmi et al. )

Allen, P.A., Armitage, J.J., Carter, A., Duller, R.A., Michael, N.A., Sinclair, H.D., Whitchurch, A.L. and Whittaker, A.C. (2013) The Qs problem: Sediment volumetric balance of proximal foreland basin systems. Sedimentology, 60, 102–130.

Baumgartner, P. (2013) Mesozoic radiolarites – accumulation as a function of sea surface fertility on Tethyan margins and in ocean basins. Sedimentology, 60, 292–318.

Bekaddour, T., Schlunegger, F., Attal., M. and Norton, K.P. (2013) Lateral sediment sources and knickzones as controls on spatio-temporal variations of sediment transport in an Alpine river. Sedimentology, 60, 342–357.

Beltrán-Triviño, A., Winkler, W. and von Quadt, A. (2013) Tracing Alpine sediment sources through laser ablation U-Pb dating and Hf-isotopes of detrital zircons. Sedimentology, 60, 197–224.

Eberli, G.P. (2013) The uncertainties involved in extracting amplitude and frequency of orbitally driven sea-level fluctuations from shallow-water carbonate cycles. Sedimentology, 60, 64–84.

Föllmi, K.B. and Godet, A. (2013) Paleoceanography of Lower Cretaceous Alpine platform carbonates. Sedimentology, 60, 131–151.

Godet, A., Föllmi, K.B., Spangenberg, J.E., Bodin, S., Vermeulen, J., Adatte, T., Bonvallet, L. and Arnaud, H. (2013) Deciphering the message of Early Cretaceous drowning surfaces from the Helvetic Alps: What can be learnt from platform to basin correlations? Sedimentology, 60, 152–173.

Masini, E., Manatschal, G. and Mohn, G. (2013) The Alpine Tethys rifted margins: Reconciling old and new ideas to understand the stratigraphic architecture of magma-poor rifted margins. Sedimentology, 60, 174–196.

Meister, P., McKenzie, J.A., Bernasconi, S.M. and Brack, P. (2013) Dolomite formation in the shallow seas of the Alpine Triassic. Sedimentology, 60, 270–291.

Morales, C., Schnyder, J., Spangenberg, J., Arnaud-Vanneau, A., Arnaud, H., Adatte, T. and Föllmi, K.B. (2013) Berriasian and early Valanginian environmental change along a transect from the Jura Platform to the Vocontian Basin. Sedimentology, 60, 36–63

Ospina-Ostios, L.M., Ragusa, J., Wernli, R. and Kindler, P. (2013) Planktonic foraminifer biostratigraphy as a tool in constraining the timing of flysch deposition: Gurnigel flysch, Voirons massif (Haute-Savoie, France). Sedimentology, 60, 225–238.

Schlunegger, F. and Norton, K.P. (2013) Headward retreat of streams in the Late Oligocene to Early Miocene Swiss Alps. Sedimentology, 60, 85–101.

Stockar, R., Adatte, T., Baumgartner, P. and Föllmi, K.B. (2013) Palaeoenvironmental significance of organic facies and stable isotope signatures: the Ladinian San Giorgio Dolomite and Meride Limestone of Monte San Giorgio (Switzerland, WHL UNESCO). Sedimentology, 60, 239–269.

Strasser, M., Monecke, K., Schnellmann, M. and Anselmetti, F.S. (2013) Lake sediments as natural seismographs: A compiled record of Late Quaternary earthquakes in Central Switzerland and its implication for Alpine deformation. Sedimentology, 60, 319–341.

Wetzel, A., Weissert, H., Schaub, M. and Voegelin, A.R. (2013) Sea-water circulation on an oolite-dominated carbonate system in an epeiric sea (Middle Jurassic, Switzerland). Sedimentology, 60, 19–35.

SED 12007 (Wetzel et al. )

Gonzalez, R. (1993) Die Hauptrogenstein-Formation der Nordwestschweiz (mittleres Bajocien bis unteres Bathonien), Vol. 2. Diss. Geol.-Palöntol. Inst. Univ. Basel, 191 pp.

SED 12008 (Godet et al. )

Föllmi, K.B. and Godet, A. (2013) Paleoceanography of Lower Cretaceous Alpine platform carbonates. Sedimentology, 60, 131–151.

2. In the title of the paper by Bekaddour et al., the word ‘Alpine’ was spelt incorrectly

The correct title should read

‘Lateral sediment sources and knickzones as controls on spatio-temporal variations of sediment transport in an Alpine river’

We apologize for these errors.

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