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Volume 13 Number 48:  1 December 2010

Editorial
Responses of Scleractinian Corals to Ocean Acidification: An intriguing mix of observations leads to some equally intriguing conclusions.

Journal Reviews
A Brief History of Climate Change in the Arctic: What can it tell us about the warming of the past several decades?

A Little More on the History of Climate Change in the Arctic: What else does it tell us about the warming of the past several decades?

Sixty Years of Snow Avalanches in the Northern French Alps: How have they been impacted by global warming?

The Odds of Arctic Lichens Surviving Dramatic Global Warming: Are they dismal or fantastic?

The Butterflies of Canada's Boreal Forests: How have they been affected by the regional climate warming of the past quarter-century?

Bryozoan Responses to Naturally Acidified Seawater: Do they suggest we should be worried about the moss animals' future?

Medieval Warm Period Project
This issue's Medieval Warm Period Record comes from Donard Lake, Cape Dryer Region, Baffin Island, Canada.

Ocean Acidification Project
The latest addition of peer-reviewed data archived to our database of marine organism responses to atmospheric CO2 enrichment is Smooth cauliflower coral [Stylophora pistillata]. To access the entire database, click here.