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Volume 10 Number 25:  20 June 2007

Editorial
Carbon Dioxide: A Vital Atmospheric Resource Under Siege: Is it possible that a cucumber can tell us more about the subject than the U.S. Supreme Court?

Medieval Warm Period Record of the Week
This issue's Medieval Warm Period Record of the Week comes from the Indo-Pacific Warm Pool.

Subject Index Summary
Herbivory (Woody Plants - Maple): Will maple trees suffer more or less damage from herbivorous insects as the air's CO2 content climbs ever higher?

Journal Reviews
Solar Activity, Earth's Magnetic Field and Galactic Cosmic Rays: Is it possible they may be the major players in determining earth's climatic state?

A 2000-Year Record of Solar Forcing of Climate in Finland: What does it suggest about the origin and level of warmth of the Medieval Warm Period?

Four Winters of Urban Heat Island Data from Barrow, Alaska (USA): What do they suggest about our ability to accurately assess the magnitude of historical global warming?

Responses of Marine Microalgae to Very High Atmospheric CO2 Concentrations: Are they positive or negative?

High Temperature and Ultraviolet-B Radiation Stresses on Soybeans: How are they impacted by a doubling of the air's CO2 concentration?