Fifteen Hundred Years of Atlantic Tropical Cyclones: What is the message they have for today's world?
Medieval Warm Period Record of the Week
This issue's Medieval Warm Period Record of the Week comes from the Southern Canadian Tundra, Southwestern Keewatin, Nunavut, Canada.
Subject Index Summary
Little Ice Age (Regional - South America: Chile): The narrow strip of land running down the southwest coast of South America has provided a wealth of data pertaining to the climatic oscillation responsible for both the Medieval Warm Period and the Little Ice Age, and which has likely also been responsible for the development of the Current Warm Period.
Climate Change and Debris-Flow Events in Southern Norway: What do they tell us about the propensity for such potentially dangerous phenomena to occur in a warming world?
The "Little" Medieval Warm Period in Northeast Hungary: When did it occur? ... how significant was it? ... and what are its broader ramifications?
The Effect of Coastal Zone Eutrophication on Ocean Acidification: What is it? ... and how significant is it?
The Future of Rice Production in China: Is it "thumbs up" or "thumbs down"???
The Impact of Elevated CO2 on Bur Oak Response to Drought: Is it powerful enough to protect the trees from projected climate change?