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In the Publication of our article, the calculation of Q10 values for gross ammonification, gross nitrification, net N mineralization and C mineralizationwas done erroneously and is nowcorrected.We submit a newTable 2. InTable 2 we fitted the exponential Arrhenius function to calculate Q10 values in the temperature range of -4 °C to +6 °C where 5 measurement points existed. In the temperature range of +2 °C to +8 °C, only three measurement points existed and we fitted a linear function to calculate Q10 values.
Furthermore, the estimation of winterly net N mineralization under average temperature and a +3 °C enhanced winter temperature (Chapter 4.4) was changed accordingly. We submit a new Table to correct the values in Chapter 4.4. The corrected values were calculated with a linear function for net N mineralization based on the measurements at +2 °C, +5 °C and +8 °C.
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