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Erratum: Post-IR IRSL dating of K-feldspar from last interglacial marine terrace deposits on the kamikita coastal plain, northeastern Japan

Published Online: 31 Dec 2018
Volume & Issue: Volume 45 (2018) - Issue 1 (January 2018)
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The original version of this article contained incorrect calculation of recombination centre density, ρ’, and therefore all ρ’ and fading-corrected age were re-calculated. This erratum provides corrected Table 3, Fig. 4, Fig. 6 and Fig. 7 , as well as a list of corrections in the text.

List of Corrections in the Text
PageSectionLineBefore correctionAfter correction
352Abstract9
361Discussion25126 ± 3 ka122 ± 3 ka
363Conclusion14
361Fading- corrected (residual- subtracted) age25(2.12 ± 0.26) × 10–6 and (0.34 ± 0.75) × 10–6, respectively, for site 1 (gsj13-040, gsj13-039 and gsj14-030), and (1.76 ± 0.30) × 10–6 and (–0.02 ± 0.79) × 10–6, respectively, for site 2 (gsj13-093, gsj13-094 and gsj13-095)(1.43 ± 0.17) × 10–6 and (0.20 ± 0.51) × 10–6, respectively, for site 1 (gsj13-040, gsj13-039 and gsj14-030), and (1.17 ± 0.19) × 10–6 and (–0.13 ± 0.62) × 10–6, respectively, for site 2 (gsj13-093, gsj13-094 and gsj13-095)

Results of plRIR dating using different first IR stimulation temperaures. n is number of aliquots, ρ' is the dimensionless recombination centre density (Huntley, 2006). Residual dose was De after artificial sunlight bleaching for 3 h except for modern beach sand (gsj14-019) which was bleached for 800 h. Fading correction was performed based on Kars et al. (2008) and Kars and Wallinga (2009). To calculate the uncorrected ages, residual dose of modern beach sand (gsjH-019) was subtracted from De of each sample. Do values were calculated based on Wintle and Murray (2006). a Terrigenous sediments.b If the average g-value of samples from site 2 was lower than zero, fading correction would not performed.

Fading testDose recovery test
SampleMeasurement procedurenDe(Gy)ng2days (%/decade)ρ'6nDose recovery rationResidual dose (Gy)Fadlng-uncorrected Age (ka)Fading-corrected Ageb (ka)D0 (Gy)
Site 1
gsj 13-040apIRIR50/2901196±4112.19 + 0.091.48±0.0630.93 ±0.09310±159±581 ±7361
pIRIR200/29017120 + 67-1.02+0.73-0.72 + 0.5131.07 ±0.09312 + 674±778±7251
gsj 14-014pIRIR50/2908163 ± 1231.16 ±0.05315±199 + 11139 ± 16413
plRIR200/29011192 ± 1031.20 ±0.10325 + 1116± 10122 ± 11324
gsj 14-015pIRIR50/2908178 ± 1031.06 ±0.03312 + 0105 ± 10143 ± 14724
pIRIR200/29012181 ±1030.81 ±0.05322 + 1106 +10392
gsj 13-039pIRIR50/29028176 ± 12281.65 + 0.181.11 ±0.12101.03 ±0.10615 + 0103 +10146 ± 16422
plRIR100/29012191 ±15122.22 ±0.341.48 + 0.2291.10 ±0.12618 + 2112±12162 ± 19424
pIRIR150/29010200 ± 11121.65 ±0.311.10±0.2191.06 ±0.12623±2154 ± 15451
pIRIR200/29019183 + 22200.49 ±0.460.30±0.32121.02 ±0.111227±2107 ± 15113± 16370
pIRIR250/29010229 + 1710-0.26+1.07-0.27±0.7691.08 ±0.40628±7134 ± 14248
gsj 14-031pIRIR50/2907163 ± 1031.06 ±0.05313±194±9132 ± 13410
pIRIR200/2909194 ± 1431.01 ±0.07325 + 1112±12118± 13298
gsj 14-030pIRIR50/2908204 ±882.53 ±0.311.69 + 0.2131.04 ±0.05315 + 0116 + 9164 ± 14448
pIRIR200/29013214 ± 15121.57 ±0.401.03±0.2630.94 ±0.17331 ±1120 ± 12128 ± 13258
gsj 14-017pIRIR50/2908184±731.04 ±0.05316±1113 + 9158 ± 13514
pIRIR200/29012204 + 1731.02 ±0.07331 ±1125 ± 14131 ±15446
gsj 14-029PIRIR50/2908183±730.96 ±0.04314±1107 + 9150 ± 12453
pIRIR200/29010206 + 1731.01 ±0.10321 ±1120 ± 13127 ± 14339
Site 2
gsj 13-093apIRIR50/2901095±3101.25+0.660.82±0.4531.09 ±0.05311 ±064±582±7371
pIRIR200/29016127±68-1.34+0.57-1.21 ±0.4931.13 ±0.10321 ±286±8229
gsj 13-094pIRIR50/29017163±8112.21 ±0.421.48 + 0.271.16 ±0.0719±1114± 10150 ± 14461
pIRIR100/2906203 + 1260.55+0.140.37±0.091.11 ±0.0518±1142 ± 13155 ± 15420
pIRIR150/2906210 + 661.50+0.231.00 + 0.150.98 ±0.0920±1147 ± 12191 ±15364
pIRIR200/29024193 ± 1412-0.11 ±0.74-0.11 ±0.501.02 ±0.0731 ±1134 ± 14324
pIRIR250/2906221 ±3440.81 ±0.570.53±0.390.65 ±0.0738±3154 + 27182 + 35253
gsj 13-092pIRIR50/2907205 ±831.08 ±0.06317 + 0126 ± 10166 ± 14507
pIRIR200/2908219±731.02 ±0.07331 ±1134 ± 10287
gsj 13-095pIRIR50/2908193±881.82+0.121.23±0.0831.16 ±0.07312 + 0121 ±10161 ±13450
pIRIR200/29016214±9121.40+0.220.94 ±0.1530.97 ±0.06328 + 1134 ± 11338
gsj 13-091pIRIR50/2908178±431.07 ±0.06316±1118 + 9155 ± 12532
pIRIR200/29011205 ±931.13 ± 0.12332±2136 ± 12312
gsj 13-096pIRIR50/2908187 + 2031.06 ±0.063115±15153 ± 21442
pIRIR200/29012202 + 1331.15 ±0.06327 + 1123 ± 12339
Site 3
gsj 14-019pIRIR50/2901316 + 233±0
pIRIR100/290814 + 2
pIRIR150/2908
pIRIR200/2901517±134±0
pIRIR250/290626±2

Fig. 4

Fading test results. (a) Typical results for sample gsj13-039; (b) g-values obtained with different first IR stimulation temperatures for gsj13-039 and gsj13-094. The error bars show one standard error.

Fig. 6

(a) Uncorrected and (b) corrected pIRIR ages of gsj13-039 and gsj13-094 obtained with different first IR stimulation temperatures. The error bars show one standard error.

Fig. 7

Columnar sections as in Fig. 2. For sites 1 and 2, the fading-uncorrected and -corrected ages of the pIRIR50/290 and pIRIR200/290 signals are shown with one standard error. For site 2, the fading corrected ages of pIRIR200/290 signals were not calculated because the average ρ’ value was lower than zero. For each site, the vertical gray bar shows the expected age range.

Fig. 4

Fading test results. (a) Typical results for sample gsj13-039; (b) g-values obtained with different first IR stimulation temperatures for gsj13-039 and gsj13-094. The error bars show one standard error.
Fading test results. (a) Typical results for sample gsj13-039; (b) g-values obtained with different first IR stimulation temperatures for gsj13-039 and gsj13-094. The error bars show one standard error.

Fig. 6

(a) Uncorrected and (b) corrected pIRIR ages of gsj13-039 and gsj13-094 obtained with different first IR stimulation temperatures. The error bars show one standard error.
(a) Uncorrected and (b) corrected pIRIR ages of gsj13-039 and gsj13-094 obtained with different first IR stimulation temperatures. The error bars show one standard error.

Fig. 7

Columnar sections as in Fig. 2. For sites 1 and 2, the fading-uncorrected and -corrected ages of the pIRIR50/290 and pIRIR200/290 signals are shown with one standard error. For site 2, the fading corrected ages of pIRIR200/290 signals were not calculated because the average ρ’ value was lower than zero. For each site, the vertical gray bar shows the expected age range.
Columnar sections as in Fig. 2. For sites 1 and 2, the fading-uncorrected and -corrected ages of the pIRIR50/290 and pIRIR200/290 signals are shown with one standard error. For site 2, the fading corrected ages of pIRIR200/290 signals were not calculated because the average ρ’ value was lower than zero. For each site, the vertical gray bar shows the expected age range.

j.geochr-2015-0100.tab.002.w2aab3b7c20b1b6b1ab1b1b1Aa

PageSectionLineBefore correctionAfter correction
352Abstract9
361Discussion25126 ± 3 ka122 ± 3 ka
363Conclusion14
361Fading- corrected (residual- subtracted) age25(2.12 ± 0.26) × 10–6 and (0.34 ± 0.75) × 10–6, respectively, for site 1 (gsj13-040, gsj13-039 and gsj14-030), and (1.76 ± 0.30) × 10–6 and (–0.02 ± 0.79) × 10–6, respectively, for site 2 (gsj13-093, gsj13-094 and gsj13-095)(1.43 ± 0.17) × 10–6 and (0.20 ± 0.51) × 10–6, respectively, for site 1 (gsj13-040, gsj13-039 and gsj14-030), and (1.17 ± 0.19) × 10–6 and (–0.13 ± 0.62) × 10–6, respectively, for site 2 (gsj13-093, gsj13-094 and gsj13-095)

Results of plRIR dating using different first IR stimulation temperaures. n is number of aliquots, ρ' is the dimensionless recombination centre density (Huntley, 2006). Residual dose was De after artificial sunlight bleaching for 3 h except for modern beach sand (gsj14-019) which was bleached for 800 h. Fading correction was performed based on Kars et al. (2008) and Kars and Wallinga (2009). To calculate the uncorrected ages, residual dose of modern beach sand (gsjH-019) was subtracted from De of each sample. Do values were calculated based on Wintle and Murray (2006). a Terrigenous sediments.b If the average g-value of samples from site 2 was lower than zero, fading correction would not performed.

Fading testDose recovery test
SampleMeasurement procedurenDe(Gy)ng2days (%/decade)ρ'6nDose recovery rationResidual dose (Gy)Fadlng-uncorrected Age (ka)Fading-corrected Ageb (ka)D0 (Gy)
Site 1
gsj 13-040apIRIR50/2901196±4112.19 + 0.091.48±0.0630.93 ±0.09310±159±581 ±7361
pIRIR200/29017120 + 67-1.02+0.73-0.72 + 0.5131.07 ±0.09312 + 674±778±7251
gsj 14-014pIRIR50/2908163 ± 1231.16 ±0.05315±199 + 11139 ± 16413
plRIR200/29011192 ± 1031.20 ±0.10325 + 1116± 10122 ± 11324
gsj 14-015pIRIR50/2908178 ± 1031.06 ±0.03312 + 0105 ± 10143 ± 14724
pIRIR200/29012181 ±1030.81 ±0.05322 + 1106 +10392
gsj 13-039pIRIR50/29028176 ± 12281.65 + 0.181.11 ±0.12101.03 ±0.10615 + 0103 +10146 ± 16422
plRIR100/29012191 ±15122.22 ±0.341.48 + 0.2291.10 ±0.12618 + 2112±12162 ± 19424
pIRIR150/29010200 ± 11121.65 ±0.311.10±0.2191.06 ±0.12623±2154 ± 15451
pIRIR200/29019183 + 22200.49 ±0.460.30±0.32121.02 ±0.111227±2107 ± 15113± 16370
pIRIR250/29010229 + 1710-0.26+1.07-0.27±0.7691.08 ±0.40628±7134 ± 14248
gsj 14-031pIRIR50/2907163 ± 1031.06 ±0.05313±194±9132 ± 13410
pIRIR200/2909194 ± 1431.01 ±0.07325 + 1112±12118± 13298
gsj 14-030pIRIR50/2908204 ±882.53 ±0.311.69 + 0.2131.04 ±0.05315 + 0116 + 9164 ± 14448
pIRIR200/29013214 ± 15121.57 ±0.401.03±0.2630.94 ±0.17331 ±1120 ± 12128 ± 13258
gsj 14-017pIRIR50/2908184±731.04 ±0.05316±1113 + 9158 ± 13514
pIRIR200/29012204 + 1731.02 ±0.07331 ±1125 ± 14131 ±15446
gsj 14-029PIRIR50/2908183±730.96 ±0.04314±1107 + 9150 ± 12453
pIRIR200/29010206 + 1731.01 ±0.10321 ±1120 ± 13127 ± 14339
Site 2
gsj 13-093apIRIR50/2901095±3101.25+0.660.82±0.4531.09 ±0.05311 ±064±582±7371
pIRIR200/29016127±68-1.34+0.57-1.21 ±0.4931.13 ±0.10321 ±286±8229
gsj 13-094pIRIR50/29017163±8112.21 ±0.421.48 + 0.271.16 ±0.0719±1114± 10150 ± 14461
pIRIR100/2906203 + 1260.55+0.140.37±0.091.11 ±0.0518±1142 ± 13155 ± 15420
pIRIR150/2906210 + 661.50+0.231.00 + 0.150.98 ±0.0920±1147 ± 12191 ±15364
pIRIR200/29024193 ± 1412-0.11 ±0.74-0.11 ±0.501.02 ±0.0731 ±1134 ± 14324
pIRIR250/2906221 ±3440.81 ±0.570.53±0.390.65 ±0.0738±3154 + 27182 + 35253
gsj 13-092pIRIR50/2907205 ±831.08 ±0.06317 + 0126 ± 10166 ± 14507
pIRIR200/2908219±731.02 ±0.07331 ±1134 ± 10287
gsj 13-095pIRIR50/2908193±881.82+0.121.23±0.0831.16 ±0.07312 + 0121 ±10161 ±13450
pIRIR200/29016214±9121.40+0.220.94 ±0.1530.97 ±0.06328 + 1134 ± 11338
gsj 13-091pIRIR50/2908178±431.07 ±0.06316±1118 + 9155 ± 12532
pIRIR200/29011205 ±931.13 ± 0.12332±2136 ± 12312
gsj 13-096pIRIR50/2908187 + 2031.06 ±0.063115±15153 ± 21442
pIRIR200/29012202 + 1331.15 ±0.06327 + 1123 ± 12339
Site 3
gsj 14-019pIRIR50/2901316 + 233±0
pIRIR100/290814 + 2
pIRIR150/2908
pIRIR200/2901517±134±0
pIRIR250/290626±2

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