J. Space Weather Space Clim.
Volume 11, 2021
|Number of page(s)||2|
|Published online||16 August 2021|
Erratum to: New cosmic ray observations at Syowa Station in the Antarctic for space weather study
Department of Physics, Faculty of Science, Shinshu University, Matsumoto, 390-8621 Nagano, Japan
2 National Institute of Polar Research (NIPR), Tachikawa, 190-8518 Tokyo, Japan
3 Polar Environment Data Science Center, Joint Support-Center for Data Science Research, Research Organization of Information and Systems, Tachikawa, 105-0001 Tokyo, Japan
4 Bartol Research Institute, Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Delaware, Newark, 19716 DE, USA
5 Key Laboratory of Particle Astrophysics, Institute of High Energy Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, 100049 Beijing, PR China
6 Department of Polar Science, The Graduate University for Advanced Studies, 240-0193 Sokendai, Japan
* Corresponding author: email@example.com
Accepted: 2 July 2021
Due to confusion in the proof correction process, the author’s proof corrections were not correctly taken into account. The corrections are listed below, highlighted by a boldface font.
Key words: Cosmic ray / Muon detector / Neutron monitor
© C. Kato et al., Published by EDP Sciences 2021
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In the abstract, last sentence, as well as in footnote 5, page 4, and in the acknowledgements, the link “http://polaris.nipr.ac.jp/cosmicrays/” is missing a “~” sign and should read: http://polaris.nipr.ac.jp/~cosmicrays/
Figure 9, page 7, numerical values in the graphic read “y = −0.290× −0.1737” and “R2 = 0.94” where it should have read “y = −0.290× −0.174” and “R2 = 0.94” as on the following figure.
A scatter plot between ΔTMSS and the pressure corrected daily mean count rate in Syowa MD vertical channel (SYO_MD_V). The derived regression coefficient (αMSS) is −0.290 ± 0.004 (%/K) and the correlation coefficient is 0.94.
Figure 9’s caption, last sentence, the value of the correction coefficient αMSS was wrongly written “0.289” instead of “0.290”.
This correction should have also been added at page 7, penultimate paragraph, last sentence:
“The correction coefficient αMSS is calculated to be −0.290 ± 0.004 (%/K) with the correlation coefficient of 0.94.”
Table 1, page 5 is missing a column:
Characteristics of Syowa NM and MD. Pc of NM is calculated for vertical direction.
Page 8, penultimate paragraph, the sentence:
“After the SSW, SYO_MD_V varies in correlation with ΔTMSS both above and below the 200 hPa altitude, showing a typical seasonal variation.”
“After the SSW, SYO_MD_V varies in anti-correlation with ΔTMSS both above and below the 200 hPa altitude, showing a typical seasonal variation.
Page 9, caption of Figure 13, the sentence “ΔTMSS (calculated with Eq. (3)) is shown by blue solid circles on the right vertical axis using an inverted scale.” should read instead:
“ΔTMSS (calculated with Eq. (3)) is shown by blue solid triangles on the right vertical axis using an inverted scale.
Page 11, in the acknowledgements, the Institute for Cosmic Ray Research is missing in the second sentence:
This research project is supported by NIPR, ISEE (Institute for Space-Earth Environmental Research), ICRR (Institute for Cosmic Ray Research), University of Delaware, and Shinshu University.
Page 11, reference Chen et al. (2019) had an incomplete page range:
Chen C, Liu YD, Wang R, Zhao X, Hu H, Zhu B. 2019. Characteristics of a gradual filament eruption and subsequent CME propagation in relation to a strong geomagnetic storm. Astrophys J 884: 90-99. https://doi.org/10.3847/15384357/ab3f36.
Cite this article as: Kato C, Kihara W, Ko Y, Kadokura A, Kataoka R, et al. 2021. Erratum to: New cosmic ray observations at Syowa Station in the Antarctic for space weather study. J. Space Weather Space Clim. 11, 45. https://doi.org/10.1051/swsc/2021028.
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