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        Temporal and spatial trends in stranding records of cetaceans on the Irish coast, 2002–2014 – CORRIGENDUM
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The first sentence of the abstract in the original published version of this paper is incorrect. Where it reads:

“Using Irish strandings data collected between 2002 and 2014, seasonal and annual trends in the number of strandings for all strandings identified to species level (N = 1480), and for the five most frequently reported species: common dolphin (25.7% of records), harbour porpoise (22.2%), long-finned pilot whale (8.8%), striped dolphin (6.9%) and bottlenose dolphin (6.9%) were investigated”

It should instead read:

“Using Irish strandings data collected between 2002 and 2014, seasonal and annual trends in the number of strandings for all strandings identified to species level (N = 1480), and for the five most frequently reported species: common dolphin (25.7% of records), harbour porpoise (22.2%), long-finned pilot whale (8.8%), striped dolphin (6.9%) and bottlenose dolphin (5.2%) were investigated”

The percentage for bottlenose dolphins in the abstract should be 5.2%.

The authors apologise for this error.

REFERENCE

McGovern, B., Culloch, R.M., O'Connell, M. and Berrow, S. (2016) ‘Temporal and spatial trends in stranding records of cetaceans on the Irish coast, 2002–2014’, Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom, pp. 113. doi:10.1017/S0025315416001594.