Correction

Correction: SaltMarsh Foraminiferal Distributions from Mainland Northern Georgia USA: An Assessment of Their Viability for SeaLevel Studies

Authors: {'first_name': 'Huixian', 'last_name': 'Chen'},{'first_name': 'Timothy A.', 'last_name': 'Shaw'},{'first_name': 'Jianhua', 'last_name': 'Wang'},{'first_name': 'Simon', 'last_name': 'Engelhart'},{'first_name': 'Daria', 'last_name': 'Nikitina'},{'first_name': 'Jessica E.', 'last_name': 'Pilarczyk'},{'first_name': 'Jennifer', 'last_name': 'Walker'},{'first_name': 'Ane', 'last_name': 'Garc\xc3\xada-Artola'},{'first_name': 'Benjamin P.', 'last_name': 'Horton'}

Abstract

This article details a correction to the article: Chen, H., Shaw, T.A., Wang, J., Engelhart, S., Nikitina, D., Pilarczyk, J.E., Walker, J., García-Artola, A. and Horton, B.P., 2020. Salt-Marsh Foraminiferal Distributions from Mainland Northern Georgia, USA: An Assessment of Their Viability for Sea-Level Studies. Open Quaternary, 6(1), p. 6. DOI: http://doi.org/10.5334/oq.80
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DOI: http://doi.org/10.5334/oq.91
 Accepted on 18 Aug 2020            Submitted on 18 Aug 2020

Correction

After the publication of ‘Salt-Marsh Foraminiferal Distributions from Mainland Northern Georgia, USA: An Assessment of Their Viability for Sea-Level Studies.’ (Chen et al 2020) the authors contacted the publisher, because they realised that two of the figures in the original publication had errors.

Specifically, Figures 7 and 8 contained incorrectly labelled scales. The depth unit was listed as metres, when it should have been centimetres. The two figures are reproduced below with the correct scales.

Figure 7 

The live and dead assemblage density and numbers for most representative species plotted by core depth from Thunderbolt marsh. Core TB-1-1 (Elevation: –0.05 m MTL), TB-1-22 (Elevation: 1.16 m MTL), TB-1-24 (Elevation: 1.19 m MTL).

Figure 8 

The live and dead assemblage density and numbers for most representative species plotted by core depth from Georgetown marsh. Core GT-2-4 (Elevation: 0.97 m MTL), Core GT-2-5 (Elevation: 0.91 m MTL), Core GT-2-10 (Elevation: 0.69 m MTL).

Competing Interests

The authors have no competing interests to declare.

References

  1. Chen, H, Shaw, TA, Wang, J, Engelhart, S, Nikitina, D, Pilarczyk, JE, Walker, J, García-Artola, A and Horton, BP. 2020. Salt-Marsh Foraminiferal Distributions from Mainland Northern Georgia, USA: An Assessment of Their Viability for Sea-Level Studies. Open Quaternary, 6(1): 6. DOI: https://doi.org/10.5334/oq.80