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Volume 14 Number 10:  9 March 2011

Editorial
Surviving the Unprecedented Climate Change of the IPCC: Are earth's plants and animals up to the challenge?

Journal Reviews
The Late-1980 Extratropical Warming of the Northern Hemisphere: Is it well described by climate models? ... and was it anthropogenic induced?

Eurasian Arctic Temperatures of the Past 115 Years: What do they tell us about the anthropogenic-CO2-induced global warming hypothesis?

The Case Against Climate Envelope Models of Species Range Shifts: What three researchers learned from some Canadian conifers.

The Green(leaf)ing of the Earth Continues: Chinese researchers assess satellite-derived global leaf area index trends of the globe over a full quarter-century.

Warming-Induced Vegetative Change in the Swedish Scandes: What has occurred there since the end of the Little Ice Age?

The Resiliency of a Tropical Eastern-Pacific Coral Reef: How was this important characteristic of corals determined? ... and how significant was it?

Medieval Warm Period Project
This issue's Medieval Warm Period Record comes from Blue Hole, Lighthouse Reef, Coast of Belize.

Ocean Acidification Database
The latest addition of peer-reviewed data archived to our database of marine organism responses to atmospheric CO2 enrichment is Pacific Oyster [Crassostrea gigas]. To access the entire database, click here.