Publisher Correction: Martian dust storm impact on atmospheric H2O and D/H observed by ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter

A.C. Vandaele* (Corresponding Author), O. Korablev, F. Daerden, S. Aoki, I.R. Thomas, F. Altieri, M. López-Valverde, G. Villanueva, G. Liuzzi, M.D. Smith, J.T. Erwin, L. Trompet, A.A. Fedorova, F. Montmessin, A. Trokhimovskiy, D.A. Belyaev, N.I. Ignatiev, M. Luginin, K.S. Olsen, L. BaggioJ. Alday, J.-L. Bertaux, D. Betsis, D. Bolsée, R.T. Clancy, E. Cloutis, C. Depiesse, B. Funke, M. Garcia-Comas, J.-C. Gérard, M. Giuranna, F. Gonzalez-Galindo, A.V. Grigoriev, Y.S. Ivanov, J. Kaminski, O. Karatekin, F. Lefèvre, S. Lewis, M. López-Puertas, A. Mahieux, I. Maslov, J. Mason, M.J. Mumma, L. Neary, E. Neefs, A. Patrakeev, D. Patsaev, B. Ristic, S. Robert, Frédéric Schmidt, Alexey Shakun, Nicholas A. Teanby, Sébastien Viscardy, Yannick Willame, James Whiteway, Valérie Wilquet, Michael J. Wolff, Giancarlo Bellucci, Manish R. Patel, Jose-Juan López-Moreno, François Forget, Colin F. Wilson, Roland Young, Håkan Svedhem, Jorge L. Vago, Daniel Rodionov, The ACS & NOMAD Team

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In the original Letter, owing to a typesetting error, an author name from the ACS Science Team was incorrect: the surname of author Cathy Quantin-Nataf was misspelled ‘Quantin-Nata’. In addition, authors Ehouarn Millour and Roland Young were inadvertently missing from the ACS Science Team list. They are associated with Laboratoire de Météorologie Dynamique (LMD), CNRS Jussieu, Paris, France. Furthermore, the surname of Armin Kleinböhl was mispelled as Kleinbohl. Finally, the details for the Jet Propulsion Laboratory affiliation have been corrected. The original Letter has been corrected online.
Original languageEnglish
Article numberE1
Number of pages1
Early online date17 Apr 2019
Publication statusPublished - 2 May 2019


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