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The above mentioned article was submitted with incorrect author affiliations for George Haller and Markus Holzner.

This has since been rectified in the online PDF and HTML copies.

Reference

Neamtu-Halic, M., Krug, D., Mollicone, J., Van Reeuwijk, M., Haller, G. & Holzner, M.2020 Connecting the time evolution of the turbulence interface to coherent structures. J. Fluid Mech. 898, A3.