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CORRECTION: Greenhouse gas emissions at UND steam plant

Correction: Greenhouse gas emissions from UND's steam plant in 2007 totaled 80,000 metric tons. The Herald made that number a million times higher than it should have been in "Campaign against coal use heats up" on Thursday's Page A1. The letter ...

Correction: Greenhouse gas emissions from UND's steam plant in 2007 totaled 80,000 metric tons.

The Herald made that number a million times higher than it should have been in "Campaign against coal use heats up" on Thursday's Page A1.

The letter "M" in the abbreviation MTCDE, or metric tons of carbon dioxide equivalent, was misconstrued for "million."

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