In Volume 10, Issue 1 (2007), “Organic matter and dissolved inorganic nitrogen distributions in estuarine muddy deposits” by Margaret Chen, et al., was published with incorrect figure captions. The figures and their correct captions are republished here. The publisher regrets the error.

Figure 1a.

Areal maps of the study sites. The Scheldt Estuary. The locations of the sampling stations are indicated as closed circles.

Figure 1a.

Areal maps of the study sites. The Scheldt Estuary. The locations of the sampling stations are indicated as closed circles.

Figure 1b.

Areal maps of the study sites. The Fraser Estuary. The locations of the sampling stations are indicated as closed circles.

Figure 1b.

Areal maps of the study sites. The Fraser Estuary. The locations of the sampling stations are indicated as closed circles.

Figure 2.

Grain-size distributions in the sediments in the Scheldt and Fraser estuaries at low runoff (solid line) and high runoff (dotted line).

Figure 2.

Grain-size distributions in the sediments in the Scheldt and Fraser estuaries at low runoff (solid line) and high runoff (dotted line).

Figure 3.

Organic matter content (dry weight %) in the sediments. Solid lines indicate low runoff, and dotted lines indicate high runoff.

Figure 3.

Organic matter content (dry weight %) in the sediments. Solid lines indicate low runoff, and dotted lines indicate high runoff.

Figure 4.

Ammonium concentrations (μ M) in the sediments. Solid lines indicate low runoff, and dotted lines indicate high runoff.

Figure 4.

Ammonium concentrations (μ M) in the sediments. Solid lines indicate low runoff, and dotted lines indicate high runoff.

Figure 5.

Nitrate concentrations (μ M) in the sediments. Solid lines indicate low runoff, and dotted lines indicate high runoff.

Figure 5.

Nitrate concentrations (μ M) in the sediments. Solid lines indicate low runoff, and dotted lines indicate high runoff.

Figure 6.

Nitrite concentrations (μ M) in the sediments. Solid lines indicate low runoff, and dotted lines indicate high runoff.

Figure 6.

Nitrite concentrations (μ M) in the sediments. Solid lines indicate low runoff, and dotted lines indicate high runoff.

Figure 7.

Radiograph with bulk density measurement of the sediment core taken at the Scheldt midstream station (Kallo) at slack tide. Unit of Y-axis is centimetre.

Figure 7.

Radiograph with bulk density measurement of the sediment core taken at the Scheldt midstream station (Kallo) at slack tide. Unit of Y-axis is centimetre.

Figure 8.

Vertical distributions of grain-size, OM and DIN of the Scheldt upstream station (Dendermonde) at low runoff. δ -line is put arbitrarily for illustration.

Figure 8.

Vertical distributions of grain-size, OM and DIN of the Scheldt upstream station (Dendermonde) at low runoff. δ -line is put arbitrarily for illustration.

Figure 9.

Vertical distributions of grain-size, OM and DIN of the Scheldt midstream station (Kallo) at high runoff. δ -line is put arbitrarily for illustration.

Figure 9.

Vertical distributions of grain-size, OM and DIN of the Scheldt midstream station (Kallo) at high runoff. δ -line is put arbitrarily for illustration.

Figure 10.

Vertical distributions of grain-size, OM and DIN of the Fraser upstream station (Douglas Island) at high runoff. δ -line is put arbitrarily for illustration.

Figure 10.

Vertical distributions of grain-size, OM and DIN of the Fraser upstream station (Douglas Island) at high runoff. δ -line is put arbitrarily for illustration.