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2001AJ....122.3506H ERRATUM: "A SEARCH FOR ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS ON TYPE Ia SUPERNOVAE" [ASTRON. J. 120, 1479 (2000)] MARIO HAMUY Steward Observatory, University of Arizona; mhamuy@as.arizona.edu S. C. TRAGER Observatories of the Carnegie Institution of Washington PHILIP A. PINTO Steward Observatory, University of Arizona M. M. PHILLIPS Las Campanas Observatory, Carnegie Institution of Washington R. A. SCHOMMER Cerro Tololo Inter-American Observatory VALENTIN IVANOV Steward Observatory, University of Arizona AND NICHOLAS B. SUNTZEFF Cerro Tololo Inter-American Observatory Received 2001 August 28; accepted 2001 September 5 Ken Nomoto, Chiaki Kobayashi, and Hideyuki Umeda have brought to our attention that the [O/H] abundances for the three spiral galaxies listed in Table 3 were incorrect. The problem was due to the fact that the log (O/H) values adopted for these galaxies corresponded to number ratios and the assumed solar value, log (O/H)_sun_ = -1.93 +/- 0.07, corresponded to mass ratio. With the correct solar value for number ratio, log (O/H)_sun_ = -3.13 +/- 0.07 (N. Grevesse, A. Noels, & A. J. Sauval, in ASP Conf. Ser. 99, Cosmic Abundances, ed. S. S. Holt & G. Sonneborn [San Francisco: ASP], 117 [1996]), the [O/H] abundances for the three spirals increase by 1.2 dex. The correct abundances are given in the new Table 3. See Journal.
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