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Volume 10 Number 30:  25 July 2007

Editorial
North American Droughts: How have they responded to the supposedly unprecedented warming of the 20th century?

Medieval Warm Period Record of the Week
This issue's Medieval Warm Period Record of the Week comes from Greenland Ice Sheet Project Two (GISP2), Central Greenland.

Subject Index Summary
Sea Level (The Role of Greenland): What do we know about past and present relationships between global warming and mass wastage of the Greenland Ice Sheet and their implications for global sea level change?

Journal Reviews
On Deriving a History of Atlantic Tropical Cyclone Numbers: How good are the existing data? ... and what type of bias might they contain?

A 1200-Year Reconstruction of Glacier Mass Balance in the Polar Urals: What does it suggest about Al Gore's characterization of the current state of earth's climate?

Dimethylsulfide Production in the North Pacific Ocean: How did it vary over the last three decades of the 20th century? And why is the result of significance to the global warming debate?

Antarctic Moss Responses to Atmospheric CO2 Enrichment: If air temperature and atmospheric CO2 concentration continue to rise, what will happen to Antarctica's mosses?

Growth of Komatsuna and Radish in Japan: CO2 vs. O3: Ozone can take a big bite out of vegetable production in Japan. Can elevated CO2 reduce the loss?