Corrigendum: Continental-scale temperature variability during the past two millennia

@article{Ahmed2015CorrigendumCT,
  title={Corrigendum: Continental-scale temperature variability during the past two millennia},
  author={Moinuddin Ahmed and Kevin J. Anchukaitis and Asfawossen Asrat and Hemant P. Borgaonkar and Martina Braida and Brendan M. Buckley and Ulf B{\"u}ntgen and Brian M. Chase and Duncan A. Christie and Edward R. Cook and Mark A. J. Curran and Henry F. Diaz and Jan Esper and Ze-Xin Fan and Narayan Prasad Gaire and Quansheng Ge and Jo{\"e}lle Gergis and Jes{\'u}s Fidel Gonz{\'a}lez-Rouco and Hugues Goosse and Stefan W. Grab and Nicholas E. Graham and Rochelle Graham and Martin Grosjean and Sami Hanhij{\"a}rvi and Darrell S. Kaufman and Thorsten Kiefer and Katsuhiko Kimura and Atte Korhola and Paul J Krusic and Antonio Lara and Anne-Marie L{\'e}zine and Fredrik Charpentier Ljungqvist and Andrew M. Lorrey and J{\"u}rg Luterbacher and Val{\'e}rie Masson-Delmotte and Danny McCarroll and Joseph R. McConnell and Nicholas P. McKay and Mariano S. Morales and Andrew D. Moy and Robert Mulvaney and Ignacio A. Mundo and Takeshi Nakatsuka and David J. Nash and Raphael Neukom and Sharon E. Nicholson and Hans Oerter and Jonathan G Palmer and Steven J. Phipps and Mar{\'i}a del Rosario Prieto and Andr{\'e}s Rivera and Masaki Sano and Mirko Severi and Timothy M. Shanahan and Xuemei Shao and Feng Shi and Michael Sigl and Jason E. Smerdon and Olga Solomina and Eric J. Steig and Barbara Stenni and Meloth Thamban and Valerie Trouet and Chris S. M. Turney and Mohammed Umer and Tas van Ommen and Dirk Verschuren and Andre E. Viau and Ricardo Villalba and Bo M Vinther and Lucien von Gunten and Sebastian Wagner and Eugene R. Wahl and Heinz Wanner and Johannes P. Werner and James W. C. White and Koh Yasue and Eduardo Zorita},
  journal={Nature Geoscience},
  year={2015},
  volume={8},
  pages={981-982}
}
339 During the current interglacial period, Earth’s climate has undergone significant climate variations that have yet to be quantified at the continental scale, where climate variability is arguably more relevant to ecosystems and societies than globally averaged conditions. Determining the magnitude of these changes is needed to distinguish anthropogenic impacts from the background range of natural variability1. Reconstructing spatiotemporal patterns of past climate variability helps us to… Expand

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