In the published article, several references were accidentally left out of the text. The papers that we would like to cite are the following: 1. In the Introduction section, on page 2 the first sentence of the seventh paragraph should be: In this Fermi-LAT Solar Flare (FLSF) catalog we present the observations of 45 flares with >30?MeV emission in the period 2010–2018 January (covering most of the 24th solar cycle), extending on the work done by Share et al. (2018). 2. In the Results section, page 20 at the end of the first paragraph: All CME information was obtained from the CME online catalog of Gopalswamy et al. (2009, 2010). 3. In the Results section, page 23 at the end of the first paragraph: Winter et al. (2018) also reported that nearly all fast CMEs are associated with long-duration gamma-ray solar flares. 4. In subsection 4.2, Flare Series, on page 23 at the end of the paragraph: Similar results on the connection of long-lasting gamma-ray emission with SEPs were also reported by Gopalswamy et al. (2019). 5. In the Summary and Discussion section, end of list item 7: as first suggested by Gopalswamy et al. (2019). 6. In the Summary and Discussion section, after the second sentence on page 30: Fermi-LAT gamma-ray duration has been found to be correlated with the type II burst duration indicating the shock origin of the underlying electrons and ions (Gopalswamy et al. 2018). 7. In the Summary and Discussion section, at the end of the first paragraph on page 30: Further support for the CME-shock scenario has been reported by Gopalswamy et al. (2018, 2019, 2020, 2021), Kouloumvakos et al. (2020), Plotnikov et al. (2017), and Share et al. (2018). 8. In the Summary and Discussion section, at the end of the second sentence of the second paragraph on page 30, Ryan (2000) should be cited. 9. In the Summary and Discussion section, at the end of the second paragraph on page 30: Intriguing support for this scenario has been reported by Gary et al. (2018) and Grechnev et al. (2018).

Erratum: First fermi-LAT solar flare catalog (Astrophysical Journal, Supplement Series (2021) 252 (13) DOI: 10.3847/1538-4365/abd32e)

Bissaldi E.
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2021

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In the published article, several references were accidentally left out of the text. The papers that we would like to cite are the following: 1. In the Introduction section, on page 2 the first sentence of the seventh paragraph should be: In this Fermi-LAT Solar Flare (FLSF) catalog we present the observations of 45 flares with >30?MeV emission in the period 2010–2018 January (covering most of the 24th solar cycle), extending on the work done by Share et al. (2018). 2. In the Results section, page 20 at the end of the first paragraph: All CME information was obtained from the CME online catalog of Gopalswamy et al. (2009, 2010). 3. In the Results section, page 23 at the end of the first paragraph: Winter et al. (2018) also reported that nearly all fast CMEs are associated with long-duration gamma-ray solar flares. 4. In subsection 4.2, Flare Series, on page 23 at the end of the paragraph: Similar results on the connection of long-lasting gamma-ray emission with SEPs were also reported by Gopalswamy et al. (2019). 5. In the Summary and Discussion section, end of list item 7: as first suggested by Gopalswamy et al. (2019). 6. In the Summary and Discussion section, after the second sentence on page 30: Fermi-LAT gamma-ray duration has been found to be correlated with the type II burst duration indicating the shock origin of the underlying electrons and ions (Gopalswamy et al. 2018). 7. In the Summary and Discussion section, at the end of the first paragraph on page 30: Further support for the CME-shock scenario has been reported by Gopalswamy et al. (2018, 2019, 2020, 2021), Kouloumvakos et al. (2020), Plotnikov et al. (2017), and Share et al. (2018). 8. In the Summary and Discussion section, at the end of the second sentence of the second paragraph on page 30, Ryan (2000) should be cited. 9. In the Summary and Discussion section, at the end of the second paragraph on page 30: Intriguing support for this scenario has been reported by Gary et al. (2018) and Grechnev et al. (2018).
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