1OCTOBER 2017 C O R R I G E N D U M 8031 PAUL C. LOIKITH Department of Geography, Portland State University, Portland, Oregon BENJAMIN R. LINTNER Department of Environmental Sciences, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, New Brunswick, New Jersey ALEX SWEENEY School of the Environment, Portland State University, Portland, Oregon (Manuscript received 26 April 2017, in ﬁnal form 1 August 2017) The authors of Loikith et al. (2017) have noted a computational error affecting Figs. 15a and 15d in the published version of the paper. The corrected panels are displayed below in the corrected Fig. 15. For Spokane, Washington (Fig. 15a), the relationship between daily precipitation amount and self-organizing map (SOM) node assignment was shown to be weak in the published version and this conclusion does not change with the correction. For Astoria, Oregon (Fig. 15d), the relationship between temperature and SOM node assign- ment was shown to be weak in the published version and this conclusion does change in the corrected version. As is evident in Fig. 15d, there is a notable relationship between daily temperature and SOM node assignment. In particular, node 12 shows a strong relationship with extreme warm temperatures, with nodes
Journal of Climate – American Meteorological Society
Published: Oct 26, 2017
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