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Volume 14 Number 11:  16 March 2011

Editorial
Alpine Flora Dynamics in a Warming World: How has the phenomenon responded to the historical temperature increase experienced in the Swedish Scandes since the early 1950s?

Journal Reviews
A Shifting of Paradigms in the Study of Ice-Sheet Grounding Lines: A recent model study seems to point in that direction.

Urban Warming in Jakarta, Indonesia: How much has it driven up central "old-city" temperatures over the past three decades?

Rising Temperatures and Food-Borne Illnesses: How do the former affect the latter?

Future Forecasts of Food, Feed and Fuel Needs: Is there any room for biofuels?

High-Arctic Wet-Sedge Tundra Response to Regional Warming: How has it changed over the last quarter-century?

Biofuel Blunders: All things considered, the cure that biofuels are supposed to provide for the imaginary climate-change problem currently not facing mankind is far, far worse than the non-problem they are supposed to solve.

Medieval Warm Period Project
This issue's Medieval Warm Period Record comes from Cayuga Lake, Central New York, USA.

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