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Rodhe, Johan; Winsor, Peter (2011)
Publisher: Co-Action Publishing
Journal: Tellus A
Languages: English
Types: Article
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The calculations of the Baltic Sea freshwater contentin Winsor et al. (2001) were erroneous due to afault in the hypsographic data used. This implied an erroneousestimate of the Baltic Sea mean salinity. (Theestimate using the correct data is shown in Fig. 1 of thisCorrigendum.) Rodhe and Winsor (2002) used theirresult in a calculation of the sensitivity of the BalticSea salinity to changes in the freshwater supply, andcorrections have to be made to that paper.The correct result indicates a somewhat lower sensitivityof the Baltic Sea salinity to changes in the freshwatersupply than was suggested in Rodhe and Winsor(2002) (hereafter RW). The new result is shownin Fig. 3 of this Corrigendum. An implication of thelower sensitivity is that the discussion about at whichfreshwater supply the Baltic Sea will turn into a lakeshould be omitted, since the new calculations indicatethat this will happen far outside the range in freshwaterinput, in which the diagnosis was made.DOI: 10.1034/j.1600-0870.2003.00037.x
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    • Rodhe, J. and Winsor, P. 2002. On the influence of the freshwater supply on the Baltic Sea mean salinity. Tellus 54A, 175-186.
    • Winsor, P., Rodhe, J. and Omstedt, A. 2001. Baltic Sea climate: an analysis of 100 yr of hydrographical data with focus on the freshwater budget. J. Climate 15, 5-15.
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